Nicole Ali, 16Saint Paul, MN
Science: “Twisted Gastrulation and Chordin Can Aid Primitive Human Hematopoietic Cell Expansion Ex Vivo”
Rachel Naomi Kudo, 17Northbrook, ILMusic: “For the Love of Music”
Shuyu Wang, 17East Lansing, MIScience: “Statistical Mechanics of DNA Bending”
Jerry Guo, 16Greer, SCTechnology: “Development of an Advanced Bayesian Statistical Spam Filter”
Athena Adamopoulos, 17New York, NY
Music: “Expressing the Voice of the Individual in Music”
Molly Carr, 17Reno, NV
Music: “Heaven Breaking In On Us”
Harish Khandrika, 17La Jolla, CAScience: “Analysis of X-Rays from the Core of Radio-Galaxy Centaurus A”
April Wang, 17Cincinnati, OHLiterature: “Who Am I?”
Boris Alexeev, 17Athens, GAMathematics: “Minimal Space DFA's for Testing Divisibility”
Matthew Goldstein, 17Delmar, NYTechnology: “DoorManBot: Instant Message Relaying for Offline Users”
Natasha Simonova, 17Huntingdon Valley, PALiterature: “The Renaissance: But Victual of Voracious Change”
Ann Chi, 17Terre Haute, INScience: “H2 and C2H4 Elimination Pathways in the Y + C2H6 Reaction”
Lee Huttner, 15Pittsburgh, PAPhilosophy: “The Religio-Spiritual Impulse and Its Biological Inherence in Humans”
Stephanie Tse, 17
Los Angeles, CAScience: “SNP Detection of a 410bp Region of the MTRR Promoter in Colorectal Adenoma Patients”
Illya Filshtinskiy, 17Westerville, OHMusic: “A Step Toward My Dream”
Anna-Katrina Shedletsky, 17Brewster, NYScience: “Disease Propagation Through Connective Paths”
Mr. Hans AndersonEvergreen, COTechnology: Robots in Agriculture
Mathematics: A Mathematical Model for B-DNA in a NucleosomeMiss Victoria ChuHockessin, DEScience: The Fourth State of Matter
Miss Anita ShankarHouston, TXScience: The Effects of Modeled Microgravity on Protein Expression in MG-63 Bone Cells
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