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A Historical Study of the Ergonomic Considerations in Aircraft

Science, Technology & Society
About the Scholar: Guankai Zhai grew up in China and attended Jining Confucius International School in Jining and YK Pao School in Shanghai, China. The Research: Beginning with the great increase in commercial aviation following World War II, the interaction of cockpit crew members with one another and their increasingly automated aviation systems began to […]

Identification of Reliable Predictor of Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax Recurrence Risk

Biology
About the Scholar: Ruibing Xu grew up in China and attended Shenzhen Foreign Languages School in Shenzhen, China. The Research: Primary spontaneous pneumothorax (PSP), the accumulation of gas in the pleural cavity without underlying lung disease, is a common problem. Women and people who are taller and thinner have the highest risk of recurrence. Ruibing’s […]
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An Investigation in Tournaments with Bidirectional Arcs

Mathematics
About the Scholar: Cheng Qian grew up in China and attended Tsinghua University High School in Beijing, China The Research: Directed graphs are used widely in such real-world situations as flow networks in pipes and abstract representations of computer programs. Tournaments are directed graphs that can represent visually the various players in a game. Each […]

A Complex Networks Approach to Analysing the Erdős-Straus Conjecture and Related Problems

Computer Science
About the Scholar: Vikhyath Mondreti grew up in India and attended The International School Bangalore in Bangalore, India. The Research: Computational networks are now widely used to analyze the relationships of elements in intricate systems in all fields of study, from pure mathematics to the social sciences. The Erdős-Straus Conjecture, while not fully proven, has […]
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A Monte Carlo Simulation of the Single-Electron Transistor

Engineering
About the Scholar: Irene Chen grew up in the United States and attended Leland High School in San Jose, California The Research: Since transistors, the foundation of modern electronic devices, became commercially available in the 1960s, “Moore’s Law,” which states that the number of transistors that can fit into an integrated circuit doubles every two […]

The Relationship Between Gut Microbiome, Hormones, and Acne Vulgaris Disease Presentation

Biology
About the Scholar: Hui Lan grew up in China and attended the International School of Beijing in Beijing, China The Research: Acne is not only a skin disease but also a social liability that can lead adolescents to social withdrawal and thoughts of suicide. Expensive and possibly ineffective topical or medical treatments can be a […]
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Would Limiting Animal Product Consumption Be an Effective Public Health Strategy? The Role of Industrial Farming in the European Union as a Catalyst for Food-Borne Disease Resulting from Antimicrobial-resistant Bacteria

Chemistry
About the Scholar: Elis Sõõrd grew up in Estonia and attended Pearson College UWC in Victoria, Canada The widespread use of antibiotics in farming and food animal production has led to a significant increase in antimicrobial-resistant bacteria (ARB), accompanied by an increase in life-threatening diseases that can no longer be treated with the antibiotics now […]

Characterization of Chitosan/PVA Scaffolds with Chitosans of Different Average Molecular Weights for Tissue Engineering

Chemistry
About the Scholar: Zijun Zhang grew up in China and attended The Experimental High School Attached to Beijing Normal University Tissue engineering encourages the body to replace damaged tissues or organs with tissues grown in the body from laboratory-generated cells. Three-dimensional scaffolds guide cellular growth and support new tissue formation. Scaffolds made from chitosan, derived […]
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Culture and Pain: The Effect of Culture on the Production of Endorphins in the Brain

Neuroscience
About the Scholar: Joshua E. Roth  grew up in the United States and attended Northside College Preparatory High School in Chicago, Illinois The Research: Pain is a universal experience, but the perception of pain varies. Ritual practices that would be intolerably painful to outsiders seem to be painless to members of the cultures. Joshua’s proposed […]

Molecular Transistors: The Effects of Test Molecules on the Conduction Patterns of a Lithium Nanowire

Chemistry
About the Scholar: Isaac Ick grew up in the United States and attended Dobyns-Bennett High School in Kingsport, Tennessee The Research: Since transistors were first invented, they have consistently become smaller, allowing computers to process increasingly large amounts of information ever more quickly. The limit of miniaturization using current materials has nearly been reached, and […]
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