Posted Tuesday, Apr 27, 2010
Emily Bastarache '10 studies the role progestins play in anxiety and depression in 5á-reductase mice
Posted Wednesday, Apr 21, 2010
Memoirist Elna Baker read from her new book The New York Regional Mormon Halloween Singles Dance
Posted Tuesday, Apr 13, 2010
Members of the Math Team took the prestigious American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME) recently
Posted Friday, Apr 9, 2010
Awards for the third marking period were announced recently. Click here to see the list of honorees.
Posted Tuesday, Mar 30, 2010
Peter Kim '10 studies ways to mitigate the stresses on chips through encapsulation and wire bonding technology
Posted Thursday, Mar 4, 2010
Sophomore Seyoon Lee studies solid state electronics and lab tools in preparation for his INTEL project senior year.
Posted Thursday, Feb 25, 2010
Long Tran '11 studies yeast cells and the effect of aging on DNA mutations. He will submit his research to INTEL in the fall
Posted Friday, Feb 19, 2010
Ying Zhou '10, working with Dr. Kay, studies congenital hypothyroidism in newborns
Posted Thursday, Feb 11, 2010
Mark Choe '10 studies the VAV-1 gene in worms and its impact on the dysregulation of Ca2+, a possible cause of cancer
Posted Wednesday, Jan 27, 2010
Pairing analysis and filmmaking, Lizzy Steiner '10 studies the relationship between teen substance abuse and the media
Posted Saturday, Jan 16, 2010
Xiao Rui Guo '10 is named as an INTEL Science Talent competition semifinalist, one of 300 in the nation. His research into alginate microbioreactors will be published soon.
Posted Saturday, Dec 12, 2009
Brony Long and Kelsey Markiewicz study the proprioception of balance by analyzing sway in female hockey players and dancers
Posted Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009
Thanh Pham '10 works with Dr. Noronha to study Vpr, a HIV-1 protein, to learn more about virus replication
Posted Monday, Nov 16, 2009
Four Berkshire students burn the midnight oil to finalize their submissions to the INTEL Science Talent Search competition, hoping to be chosen from over 1600 top students in the U.S.
Posted Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
Chelsea Corell '10 studies the genome of ferrets to develop a DNA-based flu vaccine to stimulate the response of T-Cells.
Posted Thursday, Nov 5, 2009
The Math Team is off to a perfect start in the math league, tying for first with Exeter and ranking ahead of Hotchkiss, Taft and Deerfield. With so many students pursuing upper-level math, prospects are bright.
Posted Monday, Nov 2, 2009
Randy Reyes '10 studies biological dyes that will be used to illuminate neuronal membranes and improve fetal brain modeling.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 28, 2009
Jenny Quilty '11 studies potential mutations that cause cancer in the hope of using peptides to form a vaccine.
Posted Monday, Oct 12, 2009
Kevin Chung '11 uses MatLab to study bubble conditions with his mentor, Dr. Waters
Posted Tuesday, Oct 6, 2009
Noah Dunn '10 studies Ribonomics with a plan to submit his research into the binding properties of protein to INTEL
Posted Monday, Sep 28, 2009
Veteran Min Jung Yoo '10 presents her research to develop new vaccine strategies to the Board, a warm-up for INTEL.
Posted Monday, Sep 21, 2009
Travis Shen plans to submit his research about memristors to the INTEL Science Talent Search.
Posted Thursday, Aug 13, 2009
Three members of this year's Advanced Math/Science Research class return to campus early to prepare for the INTEL competition later this year.