WSAS will be sponsoring 15 Washington State high school students to attend the American Junior Academy of Sciences (AJAS) meeting to be held virtually, in February 2022, in conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. The full list of sponsored students can be found below. Each student has submitted their research slides or poster, as well as a short video overview of their project, which can be viewed here.

Student Name Region Title of Research Paper
Anna Armstrong Spokane Regional Composting Plant Starch Biomass Products Used as an Alternative to Plastics
Aiden Bai Southwest Washington Lucia (High Performance JavaScript Library)
Saketh Dhulipalla Washington State Predicting Wildfires in Washington
Jacob Gannon Eastern Washington The Impact of the Gut Microbiome on Personality in Canines
Anika Halappanavar Mid-Columbia Analysis of COVID-19 Misinformation Origin and Cure Narratives
Jennifer Hu Washington State Identification of Genes for Depressive Disorder as Biomarkers
Nidhi Krishna Kumar South Sound MUSR: Low-Cost Multipurpose Sterilization Robot
Yuchen Li Central Sound Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Weakening
Conan Lu Central Sound ComposeGAN: A Multi-GAN Approach to Symbolic Music Style Transfer
Gabriella Lui Central Sound Apply Machine Learning to Predict Rheumatoid Arthritis
Uma Paul Washington State Determining the Prognostic Value of Genes in Lung Adenocarcinoma
Alexis Schallock Eastern Washington The Impact of the Gut Microbiome on Personality in Canines
Emily Scrupps Spokane Regional Customized 3D Printing of Live Cells for Novel Bio-Circuitry
Kevin Shen South Sound The Variable Sweep Flying Wing: Investigating a Novel Concept for UAVs
Chloe Winkler Spokane Regional TiO2/UV based Photocatalytic Pretreatment of Post Harvest Canola Stalks for Celluloosic Ethanol Production

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