American Jr. Academy of Sciences Recognizes 5 US Students

Bryan Rego '19, Sai Karnati '20, Ajeet Kalepu '19, Neel Agarwal '20, and Parker Ernst '20 presented their science research at The American Junior Academy of Sciences conference in Washington DC. They were selected to represent Ohio by The Ohio Academy of Science.

AJAS is a national honor society recognizing America's premier high school students for outstanding scientific research. At the conference student delegates were exposed to cutting-edge technology and world-renowned scientists, in addition to sharing their research with the scientific community.
 
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    • Bryan Rego, Sai Karnati, Neel Agarwal, Ajeet Kalepu, Parker Ernst

    • Ajeet Kalepu: “Smart” Insulin

    • Bryan Rego: Assessing the Occurrence of Microplastic Uptake by Lake Erie Perch and Walleye and Freshwater Mussels

    • Parker Ernst: Protection of Retinal Cells from Light-Induced Apoptosis

    • Neel Agarwal: Modeling the Prescription Drug Epidemic with Mathematical Functions

    • Sai Karnati '20: The Role of KLF3 in the Pathogenesis of a C. Elegans Parkinson’s Model

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