Chappaqua Ossining and Byram Hills Students Named Finalists in Regeneron Contest
Almost 2,000 high school students submitted research projects for this year's Regeneron Science Talent Search competition.
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Chirag Kumar from Horace Greeley High School used machine learning to measure seawater temperatures, thus giving scientists a way to accurately predict climate change.
Aditi Singh, who also attends Horace Greeley High School, developed a model involving short-term memory and the brain.
Emma Montgomery of Ossining High School's project involved re-engineering enzymes for genetics.
The trip to D.C. will include a black-tie awards ceremony and an opportunity for the finalists to network with scientists and members of Congress. Their research will also be on public display at the National Geographic Society.