Today, Jeffrey presented his research about using novel machine learning techniques to make medical predictions. We hope you all enjoyed it, and we encourage any of you that have previously conducted research to present your own work as well! His slides are available here.
Signups for “F = ma” physics olympiad are now open. The exam will take place on January 20 2016 at 3pm sharp, in lab 005/006. To participate, register through the link below and pay $5 to the box in Mr. Leung’s room by December 4 2015. Note that we cannot guarantee you a spot unless you pay by the due date.
Hope you will all take advantage of this opportunity!
Thanks for coming to the meeting on Friday! As mentioned in the presentation, we’re willing to answer any questions about summer camps, so please don’t hesitate to shoot us an email if you have any!
Here’s the link to the presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/18ApGg-6K0jN19zTzyYo5ry0D1AT9t5UbTd75bRvipQA/edit#slide=id.p
Thank you for joining us for a spooky Halloween meeting this week! We hope you had fun using your scientific skills to figure out what was inside all of the paper bags.
We’re happy to announce that Ocean Science Bowl tryouts will happen this coming week! They will take place on Friday Nov. 6, 3-4pm in Mr. Pallone’s room (room 307). We urge you all to try out because marine biology is tons of fun. Please sign up on this form by Wednesday night if you wish to participate: https://goo.gl/n6qcrP
After a long and grueling tryout process, we have decided our Science Bowl Teams for the 2015-16 school year! Congratulations to the following people:
Team A: Jeffrey Chang (captain), Pranav Lalgudi, Richard Liu, Abhinav Naikawadi, Sean Meng
Team B: Advait Patil (captain), Robert Yang, Jessie Zhao, Krishnakumar Bhattaram, Andrew Li, Katherine Xiao
Thank you for joining us for an exciting meeting last week where we talked about science bowl and played a fun trivia game on kahoot!
Science bowl tryouts are just around the corner. The first round, open to all students, will take place in the cafeteria this Friday, Oct. 16, from 3:00-4:30pm. It will be a 150 question multiple choice test that covers a wide range of topics, from Math to Astronomy. The top 20 scorers will be announced on Tuesday on Mr. Leung’s door, and will proceed to a second buzzer round. From there, the top 10 scorers will move on to the final round of elimination, in which the five members of Science Bowl Team A will be decided. The dates and times for the second and third round will be released at a later date.
Please sign up for the first round on this google form: http://goo.gl/forms/8Zm8fOm86l
If you have any questions about the tryout process, feel free to email lynbrookscience (snail thing) gmail.com or ask any of the officers in person. Good luck to all!
Thank you all for coming to our first meeting! If you would like to be a member of Science Club, please fill out the form below to receive information on our mailing list:
Lynbrook Science Club will have its first meeting on 9/18 in Mr. Leung’s room (room 302) during lunch!
We’re excited to start this year and have plenty of things in store for you (even the first meeting!).
See you there!