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Kristin Kirby, Dimitri Dyatlov present research at 10th Annual Eastern Junior Science and Humanities Sub-regional Symposia

DimitriKristinDimitri Dyatlov and Kristin Kirby competed on Saturday January 29th in The Eastern Subregional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School.  Both students competed by presenting their research in oral presentation formats.  Dimitri's research is entitled "Analysis of Threats on the Internet Exchange Level to Anonymous Internet Communications" and Krissy's is entitled "The Effects of Keratinocyte Strain Background on the Proliferation and Differentiation of Endothelial Cells."

Kristin Kirby was selected as a winner of "Highest Honor" and represented our region at the State Competition on March 21st and 22nd. Congratulations to both Krissy and Dimitri for jobs well done!!


Laura Patrick presents research at The American Society for Microbiology's 45th Annual Regional Meeting

Laura PatrickLaura Patrick, a junior in the science research program, was invited to present her research entitled "Kinesin-like Proteins During Spindle Assembly" at The American Society for Microbiology's 45th Annual Regional Meeting in Albany. 

Laura was invited to present her work at the November 9th meeting based on the merits of her submitted abstract. Only 5 high school students from the capital district were invited to present work at this professional research symposium. Laura should be very proud of this accomplishment!

 

CHS Mini-symposium

On October 21st, 2010 the juniors and seniors of the science research program presented their work to date at our Annual Mini-symposium.

group photoNette Brocks photoKatie Amato photoSteve Durr photoAnna Cotroneo photoKeegan Stoner photoKristin Kirby photoDimiti Dyatlov photoRyan Hogan photoLaura Patrick photoClimente photo