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Area High School Students Share Their Authentic Science Research and Make Real World Contributions in Science

Monday, December 16, 2013 @ 7:00 PM-8:30 PM

Pioneering Science Series

Featured Speakers: Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair Honors Division Winners and UMSL Students and Teachers as Research Scientists Graduates

Autism – Battery Performance – Computer Science – Diabetes

Area high school students are making real contributions in the world of science. Learn more about their research in this panel presentation featuring local students who are making a difference! Hear about their experiences participating in the programs that allowed them to conduct authentic science research! Find out how you can too!

STUDENT PROJECTS
Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair Honors Division
Katie Hufker
Sibs of the Spectrum: Evaluating Support Groups for those who have a Sibling with Autism
Amy Meyer
A Study of Types I and II Diabetes Using Insulin Gene Microsatellites

STARS (Students and Teachers as Research Scientists)
Katriella Lumbantobing
Automated Color Harmonization and Fractal Geometry
Aimun Malik
Extraction of Battery Parameters Using a Non-Linear Equivalent Circuit Model

DRAWINGS FOR TWO FREE JUNIOR SCIENCE ACADEMY MEMBERSHIPS at each Pioneering Science Seminar. Junior Academy of Science— Real-world science opportunities and field trips monthly— for students of all abilities in grades 6 – 12.

Location: Kirkwood High School Keating Theater

801 West Essex, Kirkwood, MO 63122

FREE parking in Kirkwood High School lots.

FREE and OPEN to ALL—middle and high school students, teachers, adults and the general public. Registration not required.

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Date:
Monday, December 16, 2013
Time:
7:00 PM-8:30 PM
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