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Joseph Zurier recently placed second in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology.

Take Five with Joseph Zurier, Mathematics Researcher

A long-standing enthusiasm for mathematics recently culminated in a windfall of prestigious honors for Joseph Zurier: last month, the high-school senior from Providence, R.I., won … more

Interviews, Mathematics, Take Five
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Computers in Medicine

What Do You Think About Machines That Think?

The Edge’s annual question for 2015 In recent years, the 1980s-era philosophical discussions about artificial intelligence (AI)—whether computers can “really” think, refer, be conscious, and … more

Cogito Picks, Science News
Junior Emily Hu (second from left) teaches fellow students the basics of cooking in Dorm Cooking 101
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Johns Hopkins Junior, Food Blogger Shares Simple Recipes in Dorm Cooking 101

Emily Hu leads three-part Intersession course for fellow students Emily Hu has mastered the art of dorm cooking. A savvy food blogger with an appetite … more

Cogito Picks, Science News
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Ten Students Win 2015 CTY Cogito Research Award

One researcher wants to develop a software tool that could help physicians pinpoint which drugs work best to treat patients with lung cancer. Another will … more

Stories By and About, Young Scientists
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Annie Ostojic’s award-winning science project began with a botched frozen dinner.

Teen Studies How to Make the Most of Microwaves

Two summers ago, Annie Ostojic and her dad were trying to heat up a container of frozen rice in the microwave when they ended up … more

Project Spotlight, Young Scientists
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