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There are several open topics for exploration. These range from optimizing microfluidic PCR machines, working on immunoassay or ventiallator CAD Designs, or disease spread modelling with Python and R. We're offering various opportunities to get involved. You can work independently, in teams, and get your very own research papers written. Experienced and award-winning researchers college and high school students are willing to mentor you along the way. Sign up on our google form and join our discord server. 멘토 신청서 링크, 사리는 영어 필수, 코로나 관련
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When it comes to modelling and Data Science there are perhaps none that fair in comparison to Python (my personal favorite) and R. The wide variety of tasks you can accomplish with them is phenomenal. If you're interested in some of the simulation/modelling possibilities, check out the following links:
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From Idea to Reality: The Evolution of NYAS Combatting COVID-19 Challenge
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a worldwide pandemic, spanning over 180 countries and having affected more than 921,000 people. Scientists and health experts are working arduously to find solutions to understand the complexities and contain the spread of this disease; despite their efforts, however, a lot remains unknown about COVID-19. The NYAS Challenge encourages individuals from ages 13-17 to collaborate in teams to help restrain this pandemic.
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PCR is a widely used technique in molecular biology that is used to make billions of copies of a specific strand of DNA. It is our primary means of COVID-19 diagnosis and plays indispensable roles in hospitals worldwide. As powerful as PCR, it is limited by the size of the machines and speed of testing. Join us as we explore the possibilities of microfluidic PCR machines, or as we like to call them, PCR on chip. These devices are able to rapidly improve the speed of testing, while also diminishing size significantly, transforming a once hefty machine onto something that can fit within the palm of your hands.
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