This year’s JMS Science Fair, held last month, was an opportunity for students to pursue an advanced understanding of their chosen area of research. JMS faculty encouraged students to think about what interests them and pursue projects based on those interests. As part of their project, students had to design an experiment, write a research paper, design an experiment, write a research paper, design a visual component presenting their findings, and include an infographic depicting all mathematics used in their experiment. Some of the projects presented included topics like The Science of Brain Freeze, Quantum Entanglement, Life in One Cubic Foot, Quirky Quarks, and A Study of the Most Efficient Home Servers.
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