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NFA North - Virtual Science Research Symposium 2020


The NFA North Virtual Science Research Symposium has been released, please enjoy the research and presentations of our scholars. Scholars will present their research and learn from their peers. The NFA North Virtual Science Research Symposium is coordinated by Ms. Kristin Oberle. Below, you will find information about the science research program at NFA North, a program for the virtual presentation, a link to ask questions or provide feedback for the student presenters, and virtual poster boards by the presenters. 

Event program: NFA North Virtual Science Research Symposium program

Questions/feedback for student presenters: If you have questions or would like to provide feedback to the student presenters, please complete this form.

Poster board presentations:

Arnaz Reza: Discovering, Characterizing, and Annotating a Microbacterium Foliorum Phage (Vegas) 

Darcy Guerra: The Effect of Bilingualism on cognitive Abilities in Children

Diana Ramos: Behavior Traits Detected In Shelter Dogs During Interactions

Lila Amer: Tear fluid biomarkers in ocular and systemic diseases

Stephanie Alvarado: The Effectiveness of Herb Infused Oils vs. Chemical Cleaning Products on Bacteria Reduction

 

About Science Research at NFA North: 

Science Research in the High School is a three-year experience that affords students the unique opportunity to become part of the professional research community as high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Over three years, students conduct unique research, complete a research paper, and participate in scientific competitions. Students enrolled in the science research program will: 

In addition to advanced research skills, students develop numerous life skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, time management, and public speaking. All science research students advancing in the program beyond their sophomore year are eligible to apply for college credit through SUNY Albany’s University in the High School Program with successful completion of research requirements.


ATTENTION: Are your scholars or colleagues doing something great? Please contact the district Communications Strategist, Cassie Sklarz (csklarz@necsd.net). We’d love to visit your class or event and/or post your pictures and recap to highlight the amazing accomplishments throughout our district!



Power board presentation by Arnaz Reza: Discovering, Characterizing, and Annotating a Microbacterium Foliorum Phage (Vegas)
Darcy Guerra: The Effect of Bilingualism on cognitive Abilities in Children
Diana Ramos: Behavior Traits Detected In Shelter Dogs During Interactions
Lila Amer: Tear fluid biomarkers in ocular and systemic diseases


Stephanie Alvarado: The Effectiveness of Herb Infused Oils vs. Chemical Cleaning Products on Bacteria Reduction


Date: 2020-06-13 15:44:17





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