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Society alumni inducted into National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors

2:00AM, March 6, 2016
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Michelle Marquez received a Grand Award Trip to China at Intel ISEF 2014.

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In fall of 2015, the National Museum of Education announced the inductees for its 20th year of the National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors.

Five of the six 2015 inductees are SSP alumni. Out of 124 National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors named in the past 20 years, 88 are Society alumni.

Below are the 2015 young inventors who also participated in SSP educational programs.

  • Arjun Jay Arora, Grade 12, from Raleigh, North Carolina, for his Quantitative Analysis & Targeting of Inflammatory Breast Cancer Tumor Emboli. Arjun was a 2015 Intel ISEF finalist.
  • Emily Lorin Ashkin, college freshman, from Matthews, North Carolina, for her Novel Synergistic Method for Enhancing Immunotherapy in the Treatment of MelanomaEmily was a 2015 Intel STS finalist.
  • Clemen Zineng Deng, Grade 12, from Portland, Oregon, for his WHAVE: A Novel Machine Learning Method for More Accurate Breast Cancer DetectionClemen was a 2014 Intel ISEF finalist.
  • Makayla Gates, Grade 8, from Peralta, New Mexico for her Sassy Sound Solar CleanerMakayla was a 2014 Broadcom MASTERS finalist.
  • Michelle M. Marquez, Grade 11, from Midlothian, Virginia, for her Mapping of Emotional Dimensions Toward a Neuro-Thermal Biometric System for the Diagnosis of Emotional FlexibilityMichelle was a 2013 Broadcom MASTERS semifinalist, 2014 Intel ISEF finalist, and 2015 Intel ISEF finalist.

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