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Dame Carol gave an impromptu science lesson at a primary school after receiving a letter from an 8 year old pupil.

Professor Dame Carol Robinson, one of the pioneers of structural mass spectrometry and a founder of OMass. Image credit: Isis Innovation

BBC Oxford filmed the visit and interviewed the pupil, Connie Gordon. She wrote to Dame Carol "..when I grow up, I want to be a professor of Chemistry like you. I would love it if you could come into my class and talk to us." After the visit, Connie said "Today's kind of changed me a bit. I've realised how chemistry is useful to the world and helps people."

See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-38580944 for the video clip of the visit.