Welcome to Insight’s Science Quiz No. 4
You’ve probably had an extended break over the festive period, so you’ll be fresh, alert and raring to go. You’ll need 7 correct answers to score a ‘Pass’ in the Science Quiz for Scientists. So far 66% of respondents have been passing our tests while 12% have been getting full marks.
Can you pass the Science Quiz for Scientists? Can you get full marks?
Grab a drink and let’s see how you do.
#1. Which scientist won the Nobel Prize in 1919 for their work on Quantum Theory?
#2. Chronobiology is the study of what?
#3. Which chemical element was formerly named Hydrargyrum?
#4. In 2006, Pluto was reclassified as a Dwarf Planet. Others have been discovered orbiting the Sun and one of these is called...?
#5. What is a Qubit?
#6. Which gland in the human body is responsible for the regulation of Calcium in the bloodstream?
#7. Which technique is most likely to be used to study the structure of proteins?
#8. What type of ionising radiation from radioactive materials is most likely to penetrate lead ?
#9. What is the world's most widely consumed psychoactive drug?
#10. The study of the body's genes in known as?
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