Joshua Feldman, 11Manhasset Hills, NYMusic: “Four Masterpieces from the Baroque Period to the 20th century”
Brennan Johnson, 18Des Moines, IATechnology: “Phylogeography of the Western Hognose Snake”
Chintan Hossain, 14Wilmington, DEMathematics: “Conquering the Heart Using Nonlinear Dynamics”
Eric Anderson, 17Silver Spring, MDScience: “Snaker 2”
Julia Carey, 15Newark, DE
Mathematics: “Compositions for Orchestra and Chamber Groups”
Kai Kadoich, 17Mandeville, LATechnology: “Melville’s Metaphysical Masterpiece”
Kit Armstrong, 9Westport, COMathematics: “Five Elements”
Rachel Emery, 16Ventura, CALiterature: “I-Ana”
Daniel Ohrenstein, 15Cedar Falls, IAMathematics: “The Endeavor of Seeing the Essential Nature of Existence”
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Profoundly gifted students are those who score in the 99.9th percentile on IQ and achievement tests. Read more about this population in this article.