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Deepika - YSC Week 3: Choosing a Solution

Hello Science Enthusiasts!

Last week I visited the Boston Museum of Science for some inspiration. Here is a quick video blog that shows my progress so far. Hope you enjoy! Read more

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Naren - Third Blog Post

Hey everyone!  This week has been strenuous and engaging.  I can say that choosing the one idea that I'm going to present and stick with is very agonizing. You feel as if once you choose this idea, there's no going back if suddenly something better comes into your head. However, after looking at all of my ideas and judging them on creativity, novelty, how well I could present it and if I could explain it scientifically, I believe I have narrowed them down to the best idea.  I've set goals for this project that may seem rather impossible to achieve, but with confidence, dedication and perseverance, I believe I can create this amazing innovation along with my mentor. Read more

Chase - Lists, on top of lists, on top of more lists

Working with my 3M Scientist Mentor, Dr. Hager, has been great. It’s been very easy to talk to him, he’s VERY knowledgeable about so many things, he’s helpful, and he even laughs at my bad jokes! I’m having a lot of fun collaborating with him. If I start an engineering company one of these days, Dr. Hager would be the first person I would try to hire (although getting him away from 3M would be hard – he’s stuck to that company like a strong polymeric resin). Read more

Carolyn - Picking the Problem and Solution of Choice

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Recently I have had the task of taking my top 8 ideas and narrowing them down to three ideas.  Then I came up with multiple plausible solutions for each of these problems.  As I worked through this process I kept several things in mind.  I considered whether I had the scientific expertise, the time, and/or the resources needed to complete each innovation over the summer. Read more

Anin - Blog 2 - Innovation from Research

Hello everybody! I have started to narrow my focus on my project for the 3M/Discovery mentorship program. The two things that really inspired me the most, I believe, in this program were the meeting with my mentor and the 3M website. When I first talked with my mentor, I was amazed by his knowledge and accomplishments; I would  like to thank him for taking time out of his extremely busy schedule to mentor me.  I’m privileged to have the opportunity to work with him, and I look forward to the coming weeks! Read more

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