Student scientist is cementing new idea



Schoolboy fusioneer Jamie Edwards is hoping he heads back into the record books after winning support for his latest project.
The teenager received world acclaim after creating “a star in a jar” in his school science lab when he was only 13.
As part of his GCSE work at Penwortham’s Priory Academy, he created an eco friendly full bike called a ‘Fusion Bike’ from wood.
The keen cyclist made the frame as part of his school studies.
Now Jamie, who left the Crow Hills Road school in the summer with 13 GCSEs – four A*, five As two B and two Cs – has been approached by a Swiss company to create a... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 22
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