Shorecrest students receive honors at BioExpo

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Thirty-nine Shorecrest students at Bio Expo
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Take a tour inside a lung cancer cell

Thirty-nine Shorecrest High School students participated in the 17th Annual Northwest Association of Biomedical Research (NWABR) Student Bio Expo on May 19 at Shoreline Community College.

The event provided students with the opportunity to learn about biotechnology, biomedicine and bioethics.

They were among over 330 students from 20 schools across the state who spent the year independently researching a scientific topic and creating a project around it. Many of the Shorecrest students also earned awards for their projects. A list of those who placed or received honorable mentions is below.

The students are advised by Shorecrest honors biology teachers Shelby Bushman and David Svrcek.

People’s Choice:
Emmanuel Tanumihardia


He was called "the overwhelming favorite at Expo" for programming and developing a virtual reality tour inside a lung cancer cell. You can view the interactive YouTube video here

Art:
1st Place: Joy Chen - How Birds Migrate Without Getting Lost

Career Pathways:
1st Place: Priaya Hayre - The Deadly Grasp of Leukemia
Honorable Mention: Mierelle Blanchard - Immortality: Super Soldiers

Creative Writing:
2nd Place: Nicole Nagamatsu - Burning In Your Own Skin: Epidermolysis Bullosa

Drama/Dance:
1st Place: Blaine Aweke - Enhancing Photosynthesis
3rd Place: Max Klewnno - Schizophrenia

Journalism:
3rd Place: Sam Holman - Diabetes

Lab Research:
1st Place: Eric Prieve - CRISPR Cas 9

Molecular Modeling:
2nd Place: Grace Perrin
- Photodynamic Cancer Therapy

Multimedia:
1st Place: Emma Howlett - Bioengineering Cartilage: Making a Biological Cyborg
Honorable Mention: Soumya Keefe -  Are Super Humans Possible:  An Experiment in CRISPR Cas 9

Music:
Honorable Mention: Daniel Nzanga - Brain on Music

Teaching:
3rd Place: Kim Tran
- MRSA

Website:
Honorable Mention: Nico Lee
- 3D Printing



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