Supporting Education LMB scientists and staff work with primary and secondary schools, colleges and other organisations to inspire and enthuse young people about science. Currently Work Experience The LMB offers one week work experience placements for students in Years 10-13, and also participates in the Nuffield Research Placement scheme. Microscopes4Schools Competition An exciting competition where local primary school pupils use a hand-held digital microscope provided free-of-charge to take images of biological samples that they have collected. Microscopes 4 Schools An outreach project that takes the hidden beauty of the microscopic world into the classroom. Previously PDB Art Exhibition An exhibition of artworks inspired by the molecules of life, produced by local school children as part of the PDB Art project Science-Dance Project Students from King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds created a dance performance inspired by the research of the LMB's Denise Walker. I'm a scientist, get me out of here! I'm a Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here is an online public engagement event during which scientists talk with school students from all over the UK and answer any questions they have about science, their research, wider interests, and much more. Cam-AST Challenge Project LMB scientists worked with Year 11 students from the neighbouring Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology (Cam-AST) on an eight week Challenge Project: ‘Getting a taste for science’. London International Youth Science Forum Students from around the world visit the LMB for a morning of activities, tours and talks. UTCC Microscopy Visit Students from the University Technical College Cambridge visited the LMB to learn about electron microscopy. Imagining the Brain Competition A competition where local students in Years 9-13 produced works of art communicating science. Residential course in Biology & Genetics A five-day intensive residential course for A Level students with a passion for the biological sciences. Crystal Growing Competition A crystal growing competition for Key Stage 2 & 3 students at local schools.