• Question: If there was a bomb in your science lab, what one thing would you save?

    Asked by mildredmad to Gioia, Iain, Jo, Leo, Mariam on 21 Jun 2010 in Categories: .
    • Photo: Leo Garcia

      Leo Garcia answered on 18 Jun 2010:

      My laptop – which has all my precious work on it! Other than that – my supervisor, so he could make sure I finished my PhD!

    • Photo: Mariam Orme

      Mariam Orme answered on 19 Jun 2010:

      I would save my computer, because it has all my data on it.

    • Photo: Iain Moal

      Iain Moal answered on 19 Jun 2010:


      All of my data and computer programs are stored else where and backed up. The supercomputer is in a different room, and even if there was a bomb its far too big to pick up!

    • Photo: Joanna Watson

      Joanna Watson answered on 21 Jun 2010:

      The girl that I share my office with 🙂

      All of my data is backed up somewhere outside the building I work it, so I wouldn’t need to worry about losing any of my work.

    • Photo: Gioia Cherubini

      Gioia Cherubini answered on 21 Jun 2010:

      My laptop, because it’s were all the results that I have produced. It’s definitely my most precious work thing!