Material witness

October 6, 2000

Three undergraduates from Goldsmiths College who designed scientific educational websites as part of their education degree reached the final five in the National Museum of Science and Industry STEM (Students' and Teachers' Educational Materials) Awards. Kelly Feist designed a website about micro-organisms, and Anthony Theodorou and Neil van Cooten entered a website about static electricity. The awards were sponsored by Toshiba.

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