Congratulations to Moksh Mehta of Gr 12. Moksh has been selected for the New York Academy of Sciences program. He is among the 1000 High School Kids selected worldwide. Each year, the New York Academy of Sciences selects 1,000 of the world's brightest high school students (ages 13-17) to become part of The Junior Academy, joining a dynamic global network of like-minded peers and mentors. Students work together on Launchpad, the Academy’s unique, online platform. Launchpad enables students and STEM professionals to collaborate virtually as they compete in project-based challenges focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In addition to competing in global challenges, students develop STEM and research experience while advancing vital 21st-century skills such as leadership, communication, and collaboration. More information is linked here.
Congratulations to Moksh Mehta of Gr 12. Moksh wrote a 22-page research paper titled "The effect of glyphosate onimmune status and immune response to Escherichia colimodel pathogen".
This was done under the mentorship of a university professor from the United States. Moksh investigated the effect of glyphs are – the world's most prevalent pesticide – on the immune system and proposes a novel experiment using E.coli as a model pathogen that sheds more light on the issue. His paper is linked here.