Posted on September 19, 2016 by
Greetings fellow science enthusiasts! I’ve been progressing along my journey, and my prototype is under construction!
Deciding on how to design a prototype for my innovation of a parallel algorithm that finds mutations linked to drug responses was a challenge, but my mentor and I figured out a solution! With the help of my mentor Mr. John Henderson, I created a friendly graphical user interface that allows doctors to access genomes, find mutations, and link them to drug responses. Read more
Posted on August 14, 2015 by
Hello, Young Scientists!
This week, I have been in Europe with my family, and I had the opportunity to visit a micro-hydro power site in Luzern, Switzerland, which provides power to over 1,000 homes! I had so much fun making this video and exploring the site.
Posted on September 27, 2013 by Srijay Kasturi
As I work, I have found that a PCB board is the best way to help shrink the footprint of my design. I have made a video entailing what goes on in making a PCB board.
Printed Circuit Boards
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Posted on September 9, 2013 by Katie Hudek
Over the past weeks, I have been testing pieces of my prototype to determine its viability, and last night, I finally developed a first rough but working version of the entire prototypical system! It was challenging, interesting, and extremely satisfying to build a working prototype! I have become very interested in the computational biology and bioinformatics fields and find them to be quite fascinating.
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Posted on September 9, 2013 by Aishani Sil
I just can't believe it- there's only about a month left until the day we are all anticipating! Time is flying so fast and moving so slow at the same time. But before I know it, the big day will have arrived!
Doesn't it seen that time goes by so slowly when you are anxiously waiting for something?
Having a chance to collaborate and interact with a 3M scientist has really been the experience of a lifetime. An amazing opportunity like this doesn't come along often, does it? This summer has been my most memorable one, and I will always cherish the memories I have created. "When opportunity knocks on your door, answer it with a smile." Indeed. Read more
Posted on September 4, 2011 by Albert Tung
I will upload a new video blog when I get my materials next week!
As of now, this is just pretty much writing. So far the best part of the process so far has been the research. There are so many different ways people could use a potential product and each approach has its own unique quality. When I get my prototype parts then it'll take me quite a while to program and to get it functionally operating within a few weeks. In the mean time, I will start building my presentation as I've had a great deal of time to think about my innovation and expand it. Read more
Posted on September 1, 2011 by Shayan Farmand
After all of the natural disasters that happened in our area lately, including an earthquake, a hurricane, power outages, flooding, water damage in my house, etc., I'm back! For the last couple of weeks I have been working on my in vivo experiments, the hard part was to find people that would go through the whole experiment. My in vitro testing is also done. All of my results support my hypothesis. Read more