The Young Scientist Blog

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Recent Posts

Abhinav - Standing on Shoulders of Giants

Hello Fellow scientists, In this week’s blog post, I am going to be covering a few topics.   Progress Made: I researched and understood: The process of collection, testing, separation, preserva

Danielle - The Finish Line in Sight!

Hello fellow STEM enthusiasts! Wow - what a summer of science!  Now that school has begun again, I'm sure we are all multi-tasking even more heavily than ever, but now I'm happy to report the fi

Aadrit - Many Thanks to my Mentor

Hello again, Young Scientists, and welcome back to my blogging adventure and my 5th blog post.  In this post, I will be talking with you guys about my summer mentorship experience, in the form o

Viraj - The Importance of Research

The hardest part about research is finding correct and verified information about what you are interested in researching, especially if the topic is novel.

Samarth - Research

Research is key because "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data!" - Sherlock Holmes     The hardest part about gathering information Researching for projects in the fi

Sydney - Proposing a Research Hypothesis

Hi Everyone:       Thank you for visiting my blog. In this video, I will share with you a step by step approach to propose a logical research hypothesis.

Sarah - Research to Innovation

Welcome back to my blog!  In this video, I will be sharing how research laid the foundation for my innovation, Spark Care+.

Aadrit - Diving Deep into Research

Hello again, Young Scientists, and welcome back to my blogging adventure and my 4th blog post.  In this post, I will be talking with you guys about how I conducted my research and why it’s impor

Moitri - All About Research

Hello again, fellow STEMists!    I hope you all are having a great day!    There is one thing a scientist needs to do in order to solve a problem.