In the struggle for survival, the fittest win out at the expense of their rivals because they succeed in adapting themselves best to their environment.
-- Charles Darwin


Immune System Diagrams
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5th Period Reunion...
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2015 Bio-Expo Winners
A. We won the Bioexpo Cup of Excellence for 2015
 
B. Aiyana Tietze-Di Toro – 2nd place – Art: Epigenetics & Disease

 

C. Nikki Lorvick – 2nd place - Careers & Pathways:  Drugs 101: Clean Proteins

D. Emily Paulsen – 1st place - Creative Writing: Glucose -6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

 

E. Molly Peterson – 2nd place – Drama & Dance: I am Psycopath

F. Anisa Thompson – 3rd place – Drama & Dance: Through The Movements of Multiple Sclerosis

G. Clio Jensen – 2nd place – Journalism: A Farewell To Arms: The Causes and Consequences of Sea Star Wasting Disease

H. Evan Deiparine – 2nd place – Multi-Media: Human Embryonic Stem Cells

I. Tiffany Palomino – 3rd place – Multi-Media: The Possibilities of Humans Becoming Zombies

J. Vinay Keefe – Honorable Mention – Muli-Media: The Ebola Virus

K. Linnea Stavney- 2nd place – Teaching: Bacterial Remediation

L. Ben Gardiner – 1st place – Website: Melanoma

M. Hannah Cheung – 2nd place – Website: Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis

N. Jazzy Kellough - Most Inspirational – Anatomy of A Dancer

- Broke her foot while making the project as a sophomore

- 2 years of rehab

- Finished her bioexpo project as a senior

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2014 Bio-Expo Winners
The following students from David Svrcek’s Honors Biology classes participated the 14th Annual Student NWABR BioExpo Thursday, May 22nd at Shoreline Community College. They competed against 250 other students, representing schools across Washington State. Students researched a molecular level biotechnological/biomedical subject and represented the information through a creative project. They were judged on their ability to communicate the science concepts through interviews, research papers, and their projects.

https://www.nwabr.org/events-programs/student-events/2014-student-bio-expo

Please congratulate them on a job well done!

Sophie Ziliak - 1st place - Creative Writing - Forensic Genetics: Scientific Sleuthing
Kent Preston - 3rd place - Music - Hyperstorm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDctrnCHTU0
Bianca Dang - 2nd place - Multimedia - Bone Marrow Transplants http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL9xFK6tNqI
Holly Cheung - 3rd place - Website- Bioluminescence allaboutbioluminescence.weebly.com
Zhuolang Li - 1st place - Journalism - The Salamander Project: Solutions to Regeneration
Evan Kau - Honorable mention - Multimedia - Simulation of Hazards of Modern Day Crops https://db.tt/PZn7zs6h



2013 Bio-Expo Winners: Please congratulate them on a job well done!

Indy Bungiranto - Biofuels: The Way Forward? - 2nd place - Multimedia

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY-4T1JvOB4

Mara Childs - Lamin A/C in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria - 1st place -Multimedia

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmcsZ8NZpV8

Kelley McCaffrey - Skin Cancer: The Surface of Discovery - Honorable Mention - Journalism

Christopher Potter - The Gene Machine - 2nd place - Journalism

Craig Simpson - The Disharmony of Bipolar Disorder - 1st place - Music

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmcsZ8NZpV8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY-4T1JvOB4

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2012 Bio-Expo Winners: Please congratulate them on a job well done!
 
Remy Dang and Clairisse Haines – HIV/AIDS: America and Kenya - 2nd place – SeaVuria
Zach Hartje  - Celiac Disease - Inspirational Award - Multimedia
Sophie Knudson - Wrinkles of Memories: Alzheimer's Disease - 1st place - Multimedia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfxvVsjHVUU
Elissa Sutlief - Synaptic Junction - 2011 1st Place - Multimedia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iwsjjpTUkk
Willa Lerner - Pharmacogenomics: Medicine For The Future - 1st place - Career and Industry
Emily Strathy - The Inconvenient Re-route - Inspirational Award - Creative Writing
Jane White - Congenital Erythropoietic Porphyria - Honorable Mention - Art
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Course Work In Hawaii...
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 Robotics Course Work
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“As president, I believe that robotics can inspire young people to pursue science and engineering. And I also want to keep an eye on those robots in case they try anything.”
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Biotech Course Work
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