Welcome! Are you ready to put your knowledge to the test? 

Whether you’re looking to prove your expertise, review key takeaways from the conference, or are simply curious about science and healthcare, our quiz is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself and expand your understanding. From general knowledge questions to in-depth healthcare information, this quiz is designed to examine your level of understanding and potentially highlight areas for further learning. 

So, are you up for the challenge? Gather your thinking cap and let’s begin!


#1. What heart valve lies between the left atrium and the left ventricle?

#2. What is a stent?

#3. Why are cell therapy and gene therapy procedures carried out in a closed system?

#4. How many chambers are there in the heart?

#5. How many teaspoons of sugar does the average UK person eat every week?

#6. How many chromosomes does a human have?

#7. Radiotherapy uses X-rays to treat cancer?

#8. Which exposure will give you the highest dose of radiation?

#9. The commonest element in the earth’s crust is …

#10. What does spirometry measure?

#11. Therapy Radiographers and Diagnostic Radiographers do the same job?

#12. What is the name of the ligament that runs diagonally in the middle of the knee?

#13. Which Austrian biologist and physician identified the ABO blood group system in 1901?

#14. Radiotherapy is effective in cancer treatment?

#15. What is the length of human DNA in a single cell?

#16. What is microbiology the study of?

#17. What is the largest chromosome in a human cell?

#18. What is the age of consent to be a bone marrow donor?

#19. Are all bacteria, yeasts, moulds and viruses bad for you?

#20. Approximately, how many people are on the UK national transplant kidney waiting list?

#21. What are bacteria grown on in the laboratory?

#22. Which chamber is responsible for pumping blood to the lungs?

#23. Do a kidney transplant patient and donor need to be ABO blood group compatible?

#24. What is the correct ratio for ventilations to compressions in an adult?

#25. What does CPAP stand for?


Science for…

The 14th Annual Schools Science Conference took place on 26th April 2017

University of Westminster

115 New Cavendish Street