Posted on October 10, 2014 by Andrew Masek
Posted on October 9, 2014 by David Cohen
Probably the most challenging part of this entire journey was breeding mosquito larvae. At times, there would be no evidence of mosquito larvae in the water. A day later I could come back and there would be hundreds of larvae floating on the surface. Two days later, I could come back and there wouldn't be anything.
Another challenging part of my journey was finding a way of mounting the electronics in a dry, waterproof place onboard the robot. I went through six prototypes trying to do just this! Read more
Posted on October 5, 2014 by Andrew Masek
Here is a quick video about my summer so far, enjoy!
Posted on October 3, 2014 by Katherine Wu
Posted on October 3, 2014 by Jai Kumar
As my scientific journey is coming to an end, the most memorable experience has definitely been working with a 3M® scientist to complete my final prototype. Read more
Posted on October 2, 2014 by Anthony Kim
Looking back, I believe that this 3M competition has been a great experience for me. Read more
Posted on September 29, 2014 by Ana Humphrey
Posted on September 26, 2014 by David Cohen
The best part of the entire innovation process, in my opinion, is the actual building of the prototype. I like to just sit down and get my hands dirty. Working with a 3M mentor is a lot of fun. It's really nice being able to bounce ideas off of someone. The most challenging part of the entire journey so far has been dealing with live insects, which behave in ways you don't expect.
Posted on September 24, 2014 by Mythri Ambatipudi
Posted on September 23, 2014 by DE Admin
As I participated in a 3M-wide poster session this week, I was reminded of the importance of being able to communicate what you’re researching to a variety of people who may come up and talk to you during a poster session. This type of interaction starts early in school for most of us, when we are encouraged to participate in science fairs or other competitions where we start communicating our work to others. It takes a lot of practice to figure out how interested someone is or how much background they might have in what you’re do Read more