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Anish- Only One Problem...

Hello Fellow Scientists,

"The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at a time." - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart definitely seems to be right with his method of success - focus on one thing at a time. Keeping focus on a particular problem will make the process to finding a solution much simpler. Read more

Daniel - Deciding on a Project

This week, I decided which project I will pursue in the Young Scientist Challenge. I chose the project with the greatest potential to preserve and improve human life.

My mentor has been an integral component of my project so far. He has given valuable advice and information about the life of a scientist, and I look forward to becoming more familiar with the culture of innovation that exists in 3M.

Up to this point, I am satisfied with the progress of my work; however, I am eager to work on the project. Read more

Peyton - Guidelines For Picking One Problem/Solution

This week I picked a single problem/solution on which to focus.  I used three guidelines to narrow my list down to a single idea:
Criteria For Picking the Right Idea: Read more

Srijay - On Working

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
~Henry Ford

With help from Dr. Jonza and help from my mentor at home, Ted, I have started work on the project. However, no project runs perfectly. Read more

Edward - Not Brainstorming, I'm Brain-monsooning!

Hello Everybody!

Rain, rain, and rain! Korea is experiencing the monsoon season where it rains for weeks! Then, it is expected to get extremely hot and humid.

Meanwhile, the time to choose a problem and solution is already here. It is a challenging task to think of creative ideas and focus on one of them. However, I narrowed my problem and solution by considering what would be most promising for innovation. Read more

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