Young Min recently participated in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition in Paris, acting as the experiments leader for Team Korea-HS.
Eighth grader Shreyas Karnam was named the first-place winner in the grades 6-8 category of the National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest.
Humsa Venkatesh ’04 has been studying the relationship between cancer and the brain, which she has coined “cancer neuroscience.”
Rory Hu, grade 8, was recently named a winner of the Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes.
Senior Arjun Gurjar has reached the semifinals of the Breakthrough Junior Challenge with a recently posted video about transposon, a gene in humans that is capable of duplicating itself.
This past summer, fourth grader Nathan Xing visited Arlington, Va. and finished as a semifinalist in the national championships of the International Academic Competitions Science Bee.
Seniors Reshma Kosaraju and Sasha Masson recently developed a board game to teach children about the dangers of – and possible solutions to – climate change.
Sixth grader Raeanne Li placed second nationally in the grades 6-8 category of the 2023 Chemists Celebrate Earth (CCEW) Illustrated Poem Contest.