People To Thank
The following are a list of people we couldn't have done without
during the completion of this site. We thank you all for your kind
contributions and patience/support during the process of production
and want you all to know that your much appreciated help has not
gone to waste. Thankyou.
Mrs Helen Black
Mrs Black was the former librarian
of Middlemount Community School before heading off to Rockhampton
over the Christmas holidays. We would really like to thank her for
putting up with our requests for books/magazines during the part
of the project she was librarian, particularly with our search for
that edition of Time in the library's archive. We simply want to
The support and understanding of our
parents was something that we couldn't have done without during
the time of the site's production. From start to finish, they never
objected to our decisions of entering Thinkquest and on the contrary,
encouraged us to strive for our best. As parents, it was natural
for them to be concerned about our late nights and tight schedules,
but we hope our efforts have not disappointed them. Thankyou.
Mr Ed Uthman
A very helpful pathologist who kindly
took the time to answer some of our questions about autopsies via
email. It was also thanks to his help that we could get a hold of
some interviews with a forensic pathologist, which we'd had a bit
of difficulty searching for. Thankyou very much.
This was perhaps the most appropriate
category to acknowledge Thinkquest for providing young people around
the world with the chance to create their own website and gain an
invaluable learning experience. The work they do is a very meaningful
way to contribute to the education of future generations and we
hope this work will always continue. Thankyou.
Royal Institute of Pathologists Australasia
We would like to say a quick thankyou for allowing
us to use the two interviews of pathologists and hope people will
better understand pathology through viewing them. We hope the website
will help you promote pathology.