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The other group from year 11 were presenting the experimental work that they did on genetic transformation of E. coli bacteria with the pGLO plasmid. This allowed the students to effectively take the gene for green fluorescent protein (GFP) from a jelly fish Aequorea Victoria and insert it into bacteria allowing them glow green under ultra violet light. The students all presented their work to the judges at the Big Bang North West in St Georges Hall, explaining their hypothesis, their methodology, results and conclusions. The students in year 11 Hollie Adair, Casey Spencer, Katie Sherman & Francesca Sloane impressed the judges so much that they won the prize for Best Use of Practical Science – A trip to China to do science with Chinese students in December 2013. The prize is awarded by the University of Bradford working with the All China Practical Science Festival.

In science we are very proud of the achievements of all the students who have been dedicated to working on their projects each Thursday after school in STEM Club with Dr Walsh and Mr Riddell and that this dedication has been recognised by the Big Bang North West.

Mr Riddell & Dr Walsh.