2019 ORISE Joint Science and Technology Institute Final Presentations


TEST.
NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING. GOOD MORNING. IF YOU WILL,
LET’S START TO TAKE OUR SEATS SO THAT WE CAN STAY ON SCHEDULE.
WE’LL GIVE YOU ABOUT FIVE MINUTES TO GET SETTLED IN. SO BEFORE WE GET STARTED, WE
HAVE A FEW SAFETY I GUESS YOU’LL CALL THEM SAFETY ISSUES TO SPEAK
ABOUT. IF WE SHOULD HAVE TO EVACUATE FOR ANY REASON THE
EXITS ARE CLEARLY MARKED TO YOUR LEFT. RESTROOMS AND WATER IS
OUT THE HALL AND TO YOUR LEFT. AND THAT’S ABOUT IT. SO AGAIN
GOOD MORNING AND WELCOME TO THE 2019 JOINT SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE. MY NAME IS DARNELL GARDNER, AND I AM THE
STEM MANAGER FOR THE DEFENSE REPRESENTATIONS BIOLOGY
DEPARTMENT. BEFORE WE START I’D LIKE TO HAVE ALL OUR
PARTICIPANTS STAND UP. THEY DID A PHENOMENAL JOB
AND STAND UP. LET’S GIVE JSTI A HAND.
HELLO. OKAY.
NOW WE CAN SIT. SO IT’S BEEN A PHENOMENAL TWO
WEEKS. WE’VE HAD SUCH A GREAT TIME.
I’LL TELL YOU WHAT, I DON’T KNOW IF I CAN RETURN TO MY REGULAR
LIFE OF SITTING AT A DESK JUST ENGAGING WITH THE KIDS, IT WAS
NONSTOP ACTION DAY AFTER DAY AFTER DAY.
SO I THINK WHEN I GET HOME I’M GOING TO TAKE A LONG BREAK IF I
KNOW HOW TO. SO SOME OF YOU MIGHT WONDER WHY
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVEST IN A PROGRAM SUCH AS
THIS. WORDS WON’T DO IT JUSTICE.
I HAVE A VIDEO THAT WAS PRODUCED BY OUR VERY OWN CHRIS FRIEND AND
LOUIS PALLASIOS WE’LL GIVE A SNAPSHOT OF WHAT OCCURRED DURING
THE PROGRAM. [MUSIC PLAYING] NEW SPEAKER: JSTI INSPIRED ME
TO EXPAND MY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES AND BRANCH OUT AND
REALLY SEE WHAT DIFFERENT CAREERS HAVE TO OFFER.
NEW SPEAKER: JSTI INSPIRED ME TO BRING BACK U IN UNIQUE
OPPORTUNITIES IN STUDENTS. NEW SPEAKER: IT INSPIRED ME
ABOUT THE INDIVIDUALS WHO COME HERE HOW EVERYBODY HAS A GOAL
AND PASSION AND HOW THEY’RE ACHIEVING THAT GOAL THAT’S
COMING TO FOLLOW THEIR DREAMS. NEW SPEAKER: JSTI MAKES ME WANT
TO DO SOMETHING HAVE A CAREER IN SCIENCE BECAUSE IT’S SOMETHING
THAT IS NEEDED FOR LIKE OUR COUNTRY AND OUR NATIONAL
SECURITY BUT ALSO BECAUSE IT’S REALLY INTERESTING AND IT’S A
REALLY REWARDING CAREER. NEW SPEAKER: IT MAKES ME FEEL
LIKE I CAN DO THINGS IN THE FUTURE THAT WILL MAKE ME FEEL
LIKE NOT LIKE SUPER FAMOUS BUT I CAN DO THINGS IN THE FUTURE THAN
I’VE BEEN DOING IT RIGHT NOW. NEW SPEAKER: JSTI HAS GIVEN ME
THE OPPORTUNITY TO STEP OUT OF MY CLASSROOM AND SPEND TWO WEEKS
IN THE SUMMER WORKING WITH SCIENCES IN REAL LIFE ON REAL
PROBLEMS. THESE PROBLEMS REQUIRE STEM
SKILLS THAT I NEED TO TAKE BACK TO MY STUDENTS AND HELP THEM TO
HONE AND BE FUTURE STEM WORKERS. TO SOLVE REAL WORLD PROBLEMS IN
A REALTIME SITUATION. NEW SPEAKER: THE JOINT SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE ARE THE PROVING GROUNDS FOR JSTI APG
TWO-WEEK RESIDENTIAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE SPONSORED BY THE
DEFENSE THREAT PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES THE BIOLOGICAL
DEPARTMENT. PROGRAM OPEN TO TEACHERS HIGH
SCHOOL STUDENTS AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM ACROSS THE
UNITED STATES AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SCHOOLS OVERSEAS.
JSTI PARTICIPANTS ARE MENTORED DOD AND CIVILIAN PROFESSIONALS
WHILE PARTICIPATING IN HANDS-ON, HIGH-IMPACT STEM PROJECTS,
COMMENSURATE TO THE LATEST INNOVATIVE RESEARCH.
IN ADDITION, PARTICIPANTS ARE GIVEN INFORMATION CONCERNING
POTENTIAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
WORKING AS A SCIENTIST OR ENGINEER.
AS OUR NATIONAL SECURITY CONCERNS GROW, SO DOES THE NEED
FOR WELL-QUALIFIED WORKFORCE READY TO MEET DOD’S FUTURE
TECHNOLOGY NEEDS. NEW SPEAKER: I’M MORGAN, I HAVE
A PH.D. IN SOIL SCIENCE WORK FOR THE DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION
AGENCY THE EMERGING THREATS DIVISION.
THE LAST TWO YEARS MY DISSERTATION I ACTUALLY HAD A
SMART SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORED BY DTRA THAT ALLOWED ME TO FOCUS ON
MY RESEARCH BUT ALSO I KNEW THAT I WOULD HAVE A JOB AT THE
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE UPON GRADUATION.
SO ALL MY OTHER STUDENTS WERE LOOKING FOR JOBS AND WRITING
THEIR DISSERTATION I COULD FOCUS ON MY RESEARCH AND WRITING.
EVER SINCE I’VE BEEN WORKING AT DTRAI WANTED TO GIVE BACK TO THE
STEM TECHNOLOGY ENCOURAGING STUDENTS TO GO TO COLLEGE AND
STUDY STEM FIELDS AND ONE DAY GET A JOB AT THE DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE. THAT LED ME TO BE A MENTOR WITH
THE JOINT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE.
HE MY NAME IS COLLEEN AND I’M A SENIOR AT WEST VIRGINIA
UNIVERSITY IN 2014 I WAS SELECTED TO BE PART OF THE JSTI
PROGRAM. WHILE THERE I WAS ASSIGNED TO BE
A PART OF THE WATER QUALITY GROUP WHICH WAS LED BY MORGAN.
THROUGHOUT MY TIME AT JSTI I WAS LED TO MY MAJOR ENVIRONMENTAL
SOIL AND WATER SCIENCE. [MUSIC PLAYING]
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED. WHAT’S NEXT?
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT?
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M INSPIRED, WHAT’S NEXT?
NEW SPEAKER: WE ARE INSPIRED. WHAT’S NEXT? NEW SPEAKER: NOW WE CAN CLAP.
[APPLAUSE] SO ARE YOU INSPIRED?
ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT.
SO A LITTLE BIT ABOUT OUR AGENCY.
THE DEFENSE THREAT AGENCY, THE PRIMARY MISSION IS AND A WORKFORCE.
I TELL THE KIDS WHEN I WALK AROUND THE HALLS OF MY
DEPARTMENT I’M THE BABY OF THE GROUP I TELL THEM I’M 23 THEY
DON’T BELIEVE ME BUT FOR REAL A GOOD MAJORITY OF OUR WORKFORCE
IS SOON RETIRED THAT’S WHY WE INVEST IN THESE TYPE OF PROGRAMS
TO KIND OF ENCOURAGE AND INSPIRE TO ENCOURAGE THE STUDENTS TO
TAKE ON THESE SO THEY CAN ONE DAY TAKE THEIR PLACE.
WITH THAT I’D LIKE TO BRING UP MR. ERIC LAURENSTEIN THE CHIEF
OF RESEARCH OPERATIONS AT THE DEFENSE THREAT AGENCIES
BIOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. MR. LAURENSTEIN.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HOW ARE WE DOING
TODAY? NEW SPEAKER: GREAT.
LET ME START WITH A CONGRATULATIONS.
I’M REALLY HAPPY TO BE HERE TODAY.
IT’S GREAT TO SEE ALL OF YOU. MY BOSS GIVES HIS REGRETS FOR
NOT BEING ABLE TO COME HERE DR. RONALD HAND.
HE GOT PULLED AWAY. HE’S VERY UPSET NOT TO BE HERE.
THIS PROGRAM IS CLOSE AND DEAR TO HIS HEART.
I CAN TELL YOU WITH ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY HE WOULD HAVE RATHER
BEEN HERE THAN PULLED TO THE PENTAGON TO TALK ABOUT BUDGETS
AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES AND ALL THOSE THINGS THAT I FIND
REALLY BORING BUT HE HAS TO DO THEM ONCE IN A WHILE.
HE’D REALLY RATHER BE HERE HE LOVES TALKING ABOUT SCIENCE AND
LOVES TALKING TO STUDENTS AND TALKING ABOUT THIS PROGRAM AND
HE WANTED TO MAKE SURE THAT I TALK TO YOU ABOUT CERTAIN THINGS
TODAY. SO I NEED MY GLASSES.
HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE A SENSE OF WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WITH YOUR
LIFE? I’M TALKING MOSTLY TO THE
STUDENTS. LET’S SEE HANDS BACK THERE.
I’M GOING TO ASSUME ALL THE ADULTS IN THE ROOM WOULD PRETTY
MUCH RAISE THEIR HANDS. OKAY.
SO THAT’S NOT A FAIR QUESTION. YOU’RE ALL YOUNG.
YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO THINK ABOUT THAT AND HOPEFULLY YOU ARE
TAKING OPPORTUNITIES LIKE THIS TO THINK ABOUT THAT.
NOW, HOW MANY OF YOU WANT TO PURSUE A CAREER IN SCIENCE.
LET’S SEE HANDS AGAIN. OKAY.
MOST OF YOU THAT ARE HERE, THAT’S GOOD.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE WITH YOUR LIFE?
YOU WANT TO CURE CANCER? MAYBE SOME YEAS, MAYBE ARMS UP
IN THE BACK OF THE ROOM. I WOULD LIKE TO CURE CANCER I’M
A LITTLE OLDER STARTING DOWN THE PATH BUT I’D LOVE TO CURE CANCER
OR ANOTHER WAY TO TRAVEL, SPEED OF LIGHT.
THAT WAS ONE OF MY BIG ONES GROWING UP, I WATCHED THE SCI-FI
MOVIES WANTED TO GET TO MARS REALLY, REALLY FAST THAT’S ONE
OF THE THINGS I WANTED TO DO OR MAYBE YOU WANT TO MAKE THE WORLD
A BETTER PLACE THAT’S WHAT WE DO AT DTRA THAT’S OUR MISSION OUR
GOAL IS TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE WE HAVE A LOT OF
WAYS IN WHICH WE DO THAT. DARNELL AND I AND EVEN A FEW
PEOPLE IN THE AUDIENCE WORK WITH THE CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL
TECHNOLOGIES DEPARTMENT AS DARNELL MENTIONED AND SO OUR JOB
IS TO PROTECT THE NATION FROM CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL THREATS,
REALLY NASTY STUFF, RIGHT? I’M NOT GOING TO TALK ABOUT ANY
OF THAT BECAUSE THAT WOULD BRING EVERYBODY DOWN IT’S REALLY
HORRIBLE STUFF. SO HOW DO YOU DO THAT?
IT’S A HUGE, HORRIBLE PROBLEM. WELL, YOU DO IT WITH SCIENCE.
YOU HAVE TO FIGURE OUT AS MUCH AS YOU CAN ABOUT THE NASTY STUFF
THAT’S OUT THERE. YOU FIGURE OUT HOW IT WORKS AND
THEN YOU LEARN AND FIGURE OUT WAYS TO COMBAT IT.
WELL, IF YOU CAN DO THAT, YOU CAN CERTAINLY MAKE THE WORLD A
BETTER PLACE. WE CAN PROTECT YOU, YOUR
FAMILIES, THE SOLDIERS, AIRMEN AND WOMEN AND SAILORS, WHO AM I
LEAVING OUT, MARINES, WE CAN PROTECT EVERYBODY IN THIS GREAT
COUNTRY BY LEARNING TO COUNTER THE THREAT AND DR. HAND, DR.
HAND ALWAYS SAYS WE WIN, WE PROTECT THIS NATION BY
OUTSCIENCING OUR ENEMIES. AND WHAT DOES HE MEAN BY THAT?
AND I WON’T ASK ANYBODY, BECAUSE THIS IS A BIG CROWD YOU WON’T
HEAR EACH OTHER. BUT WHAT HE MEANS IS IF WE CAN
DO SCIENCE BETTER THAN EVERYONE ELSE, BETTER THAN OUR ENEMIES,
WE CAN BE PREPARED TO TAKE ON THE THREATS THAT THEY THROW AT
US. THAT’S WHAT WE DO WE TRY TO
OUTSCIENCE THE ENEMY COME UP WITH THINGS FASTER THAN THEY CAN
COME UP WITH THE BAD THINGS AND WE DO THAT JUST TO MAKE THE
WORLD A BETTER PLACE. SO WE DON’T DO IT WITH GUNS OR
BOMBS. EVEN THOUGH WE’RE THE DEPARTMENT
OF DEFENSE, THAT’S WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT, WEAPONS AND GUNS.
WE DO IT WITH SCIENCE. SO THAT MAKES ME FEEL REALLY
GOOD, RIGHT? AND IT’S REALLY COOL THAT WE GET
TO ATTACK A PROBLEM LIKE THIS THAT’S SO NASTY WITH SCIENCE.
SOMETHING THAT A LOT OF US LOVE AND WE’VE BEEN DOING ALL OUR
LIVES. SO DR. HAND AS I MENTIONED
REGRETS BEING HERE BUT IN A WAY I’M GLAD HE COULDN’T BE HERE
BECAUSE I FEEL VERY PRIVILEGED TO BE HERE TODAY.
I GREW UP BEING VERY INTERESTED IN EVERYTHING SCIENCE.
I USED TO LOOK FOR OPPORTUNITIES LIKE THIS AND I WON’T SAY HOW
MANY YEARS AGO BUT A WHILE BACK THERE WEREN’T MANY OPPORTUNITIES
LIKE THIS AT ALL. I HAD TO REALLY SEEK OUT A CAMP
WHERE ANYTHING LIKE THIS WHERE I COULD STUDY SCIENCE.
I WAS A LITTLE EXTREME AS A KID. I BASICALLY WANTED TO GET
INVOLVED IN ANYTHING I COULD IN THE SCIENCE AREA, EVEN FROM FIVE
OR SIX. MY PARENTS USED TO TALK TO ME
ABOUT THINGS THAT THEY WOULD READ AND BE INTERESTED IN AND IT
JUST GOT ME REALLY INTERESTED IN SCIENCE.
I USED TO READ A LOT ABOUT EINSTEIN.
I USED TO READ ISAAC IZAMOAV’S BOOKS, WHICH ARE
AMAZING. IF YOU HAVEN’T YOU SHOULD.
NOT HAVING A LOT OF OPPORTUNITIES FROM THE AGE OF
FIVE TO TEN I STARTED TAKING APART SMALL APPLIANCES AND
PROBABLY THERE’S SOME PEOPLE IN HERE THAT HAVE SCIENCE CAREERS
THAT USED TO DO THAT. AND FROM FIVE TO TEN, I PROBABLY
TOOK APART EVERY SMALL APPLIANCE IN MY PARENTS’ HOUSE.
FROM FIVE TO TEN I PROBABLY BROKE EVERY SMALL APPLIANCE IN
MY FAMILY’S HOUSE. THERE WERE I THINK I CAN
REMEMBER MAYBE MORE THAN ONE OCCASION I WOULD BE HUDDLED IN
THE CORNER OF A ROOM BLANKET OVER MY HEAD, FLASHLIGHT USUALLY
IN MY MOUTH BECAUSE THE BLANKET MADE IT KIND OF DARK, AND I’D BE
TINKERING WITH SOMETHING AND MY PARENTS WOULD KNOW THAT IT GOT
QUIET IN THE HOUSE AND THEY’D COME LOOKING FOR ME BECAUSE
THEY’D BE WORRIED. AND THEY’D THROW THE BLANKET OFF
MY HEAD AND THEY’D SEE THEIR FAVORITE RADIO IN A HUNDRED
DIFFERENT PIECES BECAUSE WHEN YOU START TAKING THINGS APART
YOU START UNCREWING THINGS, START UNPRYING COVERS AND YOU
SEE MORE INTERESTING PARTS AND YOU START UNSCREWING THOSE AND
UNPRYING COVERS AND ONE THING I WAS REALLY GOOD WAS TAKING THOSE
APART BUT ONE THING I WAS BAD ABOUT WAS PUTTING THEM TOGETHER
AGAIN. MY PARENTS WERE CONSTANTLY
BUYING NEW APPLIANCES BECAUSE THEY NEVER LEARNED THEIR LESSON
AND THEY WERE LOOKING FOR THINGS LIKE THIS TO SEND ME TO BECAUSE
IF I WAS OUT THERE I WAS KIND OF SOMEBODY ELSE’S PROBLEM LEARNING
ABOUT ALL THESE THINGS I WANTED TO LEARN ABOUT.
SO AS I SAID, THERE WEREN’T A LOT OF EXAMPLES LIKE THIS, BUT I
DID GET TO GO TO A FEW THINGS, AND THAT GOT ME TO KIND OF FOCUS
MYSELF. INSTEAD OF JUST TAKING THINGS
APART AND WONDERING HOW THINGS WORKED AND TRYING TO FIGURE THEM
OUT MYSELF I REALIZED YOU COULD STUDY.
YOU COULD DO EXPERIMENTS. YOU COULD RESEARCH, YOU COULD
TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE. AND THAT’S REALLY WHAT SCIENCE
IS ABOUT. WHEN I WENT TO SCHOOL I STUDIED
A LOT OF MATH AND PHYSICS THAT’S WHAT I FIGURED I WAS GOOD AT.
AND I STUDY AND I STUDIED. I WAS A NERD, GEEK, WHATEVER YOU
WANT TO CALL ME I PLAYED SOCCER AND FOOTBALL AND I HAD LOTS OF
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES I MANAGED TO DO THAT AND DID WELL
IN COLLEGE AND STUDIED MATH AND PHYSICS MORE WHEN I GOT OUT OF
COLLEGE I WENT TO WORK FOR, I ACTUALLY WENT TO WORK FOR
COMMERCE FIRST I WORKED FOR A COMPANY CALLED CIRCUIT CITY.
SO AGAIN THAT TELLS YOU A LITTLE BIT HOW OLD I AM.
CIRCUIT CITY IS NO LONGER AROUND FOR YOUNGER FOLKS IN THE ROOM
BUT USED TO BUILD ELECTRONICS I WAS IN THE CORPORATE
HEADQUARTERS WE WERE DOING PLANNING AND WE WERE TRYING TO
FIGURE OUT WHAT ELECTRONICS WOULD SELL, MATHEMATICAL THINGS,
ANALYSIS. THEN WENT TO WORK FOR A NAVY
DEFENSE CONTRACTOR IMMEDIATELY I GOT TO WORK ON ACTUAL ROCKET
SCIENCE. SO MY JOB WAS TO LOOK AT THE
INSIDES OF ROCKETS AND FIGURE OUT THE DIFFERENT WAYS OF MOVING
MATERIALS IN THEM TO MAKE THEM GO FASTER AND FARTHER ON THE
SAME AMOUNT OF FUEL. THAT’S PRETTY COOL, RIGHT?
PEOPLE ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT DOING ROCKET SCIENCE.
HERE I WAS WITH A SIMPLE DEGREE IN MATH AND PHYSICS AND I WAS
DOING ROCKET SCIENCE RIGHT OUT OF SCHOOL.
BUT I JUST CRAVED LEARNING AND I WANTED TO LEARN MORE.
SO I WENT BACK TO SCHOOL GOT A DEGREE IN MATERIAL SCIENCE.
AND THEN I MOVED UP TO D.C. AND STARTED WORKING FOR ANOTHER
DEFENSE CONTRACTOR. WITHIN A FEW YEARS I WENT TO
WORK FOR DTRA AS A GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE.
BECAUSE OF MY BACKGROUND THEY HAD ME BUILDING MODELS AND TOOLS
THAT WOULD HELP THE GOVERNMENT UNDERSTAND HOW TO BUILD
EQUIPMENT TO PROTECT AGAINST AGAIN CHEM BIO THREATS.
SO I WAS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT.
MATHEMATICS ANALYSIS TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO DO THIS.
JUST LAST YEAR I GOT MY CURRENT ROLE WHICH IS DR. HAND LIKES TO
CALL ME CHIEF OF STAFF OR CHIEF OF OPERATIONS BASICALLY I MANAGE
THE DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS OF HIS HUNDRED STAFF.
WELL, HIS HUNDRED STAFF ARE CHEMISTS, BIOLOGISTS,
TECHNOLOGISTS, ENGINEERS, ROBOT SISES, MICROBIOLOGISTS,
EVERYTHING, EVERY SCIENCE YOU COULD NAME, WITHIN THESE HUNDRED
FOLKS. AND CONTRACTOR TEAMS OF A
HUNDRED OR TWO MORE. AND SO NOW INSTEAD OF JUST
WORKING ON ONE AREA, I ACTUALLY GET TO SEE ALL OF THESE
DIFFERENT AREAS, AND I GET TO TALK TO PEOPLE ABOUT ALL THE
DIFFERENT SCIENCE THEY DO AND, YES, THERE’S A LITTLE MATH AND
PHYSICS IN THERE AND I GET TO COMMENT AND GIVE THEM FEEDBACK
ON PARTS OF THAT BUT I GET TO SEE SO MUCH AND I GET TO EXPLORE
AND SEE NEW THINGS ALL THE TIME. AND THAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT
MY JOB RIGHT NOW. I GET TO SEE SCIENCE ALL DAY AND
ALL DIFFERENT KINDS AND I’M LEARNING ALL THAT TIME.
SO YOU GUYS ALL HAVE THAT SAME OPPORTUNITY IF YOU STICK WITH
IT. THERE ARE SO MANY DIFFERENT
THINGS YOU CAN DO IF YOU PURSUE SCIENTIFIC FIELDS.
MAYBE THIS IS JUST YOUR FIRST STEP.
MAYBE IT’S YOUR SECOND. BUT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
STEM PROGRAM IS REALLY IMPORTANT.
NOW, IF OUR GOAL IS TO OUTSCIENCE THE ENEMIES, WE CAN
ONLY DO THAT IF WE HAVE THE BEST, SMARTEST AND BRIGHTEST
SCIENTISTS. THIS JSTI EVENT IS A REALLY
IMPORTANT ONE AND I’M GOING TO READ FROM MY NOTES HERE BECAUSE
I DON’T WANT TO GET THE NUMBERS WRONG BECAUSE I’M A
MATHEMATICIAN AND THAT’S IMPORTANT TO ME THIS YEAR WE
HOSTED EIGHT HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS FROM SIX STATES,
INCLUDING ALONG WITH DC AND GUAM.
36 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM 18 STATES, AND BC.
32 MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM 16 STATES IN DC SOME OF OUR
STUDENTS HAVE COME FROM U.S. POSTS OVERSEAS, SOUTH KOREA,
TURKEY, GERMANY AND ITALY. THIS YEAR WAS THE FIRST YEAR
CONDUCTING A JSTI EVENT IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE U.S. IN NEW
MEXICO WHERE WE ENGAGED ANOTHER 46 STUDENTS AND TEACHERS.
AND THIS BRINGS OUR TOTAL TO ALMOST 440 STUDENTS AND 60
TEACHERS PARTICIPATING IN JSTI SINCE 2012.
AND THAT’S REALLY AWESOME THAT WE’VE BEEN ABLE TO ENGAGE SO
MANY STUDENTS AND TEACHERS FOR THIS PROGRAM.
BUT REALLY THAT’S JUST THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG.
WE WANT TO TAKE THIS FURTHER. WE WANT TO TAKE THIS BIGGER.
WE WANT TO INFECT AS MANY STUDENTS AS WE CAN WITH THE
SCIENCE BUG AND WE WANT YOU TALKING ABOUT HOW GREAT THIS IS
AND HOW GREAT SCIENCE IS TO YOUR FRIENDS AND WITH THEIR FRIENDS
AND THEIR FRIENDS WE CAN GET LOTS OF STUDENTS LEARNING
SCIENCE, GETTING SCIENCE DEGREES AND WORKING FOR THE GOVERNMENT
IN SCIENCE. NOW, PROBABLY NOT GOING TO SAY
ANYTHING YOU DON’T ALREADY KNOW. I’VE PROBABLY NOT SAID MUCH YOU
DON’T ALREADY KNOW ALREADY BUT LET ME START WITH SOMETHING
REALLY SIMPLE. SCIENCE IS REALLY IMPORTANT.
I DON’T SEE ANY GAPSES, I DON’T SEE ANYBODY RUNNING FOR THE
DOORS, IN A WAY BEING SCIENTIFIC IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AND
WILD THINGS ABOUT JUST BEING HUMAN.
WE EXPLORE. WE ASK QUESTIONS.
WE OFTEN TRY TO DO ANYTHING WE CAN TO FIGURE OUT ANSWERS.
WE POKE. WE PROD.
WE DRAW. WE BUILD.
WE THINK. WE THINK.
WE THINK. WE THINK.
SOMETIMES WE ADD THINGS UP. WE WRITE THINGS DOWN.
WE COME TOGETHER AND WE SHARE THEM.
WE TALK ABOUT THEM. WE FIGHT ABOUT THEM.
WE ARGUE ABOUT THEM. WE ARGUE ABOUT THE BEST WAY TO
DO THINGS. WE COMPETE AGAINST EACH OTHER.
WE TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHAT EACH OTHER IS DOING.
WE GO BACK AND WE WORK A LOT MORE AND WE THINK A LOT MORE AND
WE DO MORE SCIENCE AND WE COME TOGETHER AND WE SHARE IT AGAIN.
AND DOWN THE ROAD YOU END UP WITH A MEAL AND A PILL OR A
PHONE THAT CAN TELL YOU WHEN YOU’RE SICK.
MAYBE SOME DAY A VEHICLE THAT CAN TRAVEL CLOSE TO THE SPEED OF
LIGHT. SO THERE’S NO TELLING WHERE WE
CAN GO IF WE ALL KEEP, IF MORE AND MORE US GET THE SCIENCE BUG.
SO SWITCHING GEARS A LITTLE BIT AS YOU MOVE AHEAD AND GROW AND
LEARN, LET ME ALSO IMPLORE YOU TO CONSIDER WORKING FOR THE
GOVERNMENT. THERE ARE A LOT OF MYTHS ABOUT
WORKING FOR THE GOVERNMENT. ONE OF THE LONGEST AND OLDEST
WAS THAT WE DON’T MAKE MUCH MONEY.
SO CONTRARY TO WHAT DARNELL JUST SAID, IT’S REALLY NOT TRUE.
IT HAS BEEN MY EXPERIENCE, AND I’VE BEEN DOING THIS FOR 15
YEARS, THAT GOVERNMENT JOBS PAY PRETTY MUCH EQUALLY TO JOBS IN
INDUSTRY TO THE SIMILAR JOBS IN INDUSTRY.
TRUE, YOU MIGHT NOT, WHILE YOU’RE A GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE,
RUN A FORTUNE 500 COMPANY AND MAKE $10 MILLION HAVE A $30
MILLION BALLOON AND ALL OF THAT. BUT YOU’RE GOING TO MAKE GOOD
MONEY, ESPECIALLY IN A STEM FIELD BECAUSE IT’S ONE OF THE
HIGHEST AREAS OF GOVERNMENT PAY. ANOTHER THING IS THE GOVERNMENT
IS REALLY, REALLY STABLE. AND SOME PEOPLE SAY THAT AND OH
THAT SOUNDS BORING, IT’S STABLE. WHAT IT MEANS WHEN YOU GET A JOB
AND YOU FIND SOMETHING THAT YOU LIKE DOING, NO ONE’S GOING TO
COME ALONG AND TELL YOU OH YOU’RE NOT DOING THAT ANYMORE.
RIGHT? WITHIN THE GOVERNMENT, THERE ARE
LOTS OF OPPORTUNITIES TO MOVE AROUND.
THE GOVERNMENT IS SO BIG THAT WHEN A PRIORITY ENDS AND THEY
WANT TO, LET’S SAY, MOVE SPECIALISTS OUT OF AN AREA THERE
ARE USUALLY LOTS OF DIFFERENT AREAS THAT THOSE SPECIALISTS CAN
CONTRIBUTE TO AND FIND NEW WORK IN THAT DOESN’T TAKE GETTING
FIRED AND HIRED, WE JUST MOVE AROUND A LOT IN THE GOVERNMENT
IT’S VERY FLEXIBLE. BENEFITS ARE GREAT.
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT THAT’S ONE OF THE SAVING GRACE IT’S
BEEN CONSISTENT EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT THE GREAT BENEFITS.
AGAIN THE GOVERNMENT IS SO BIG LIKE WALMART GOOGLE OR AMAZON
THEY’RE ABLE TO PROVIDE ECONOMIES OF SCALE WHEN IT COMES
TO BENEFITS WE HAVE LOTS OF OPTIONS FOR 401(K) INVESTMENT
PLANS AND INSURANCE PLANS AND MEDICAL BENEFITS.
SO BENEFITS ARE GREAT. AND REALLY IT’S REALLY HARD TO
FIND A COMPANY THAT HAS BENEFITS AS GREAT AS THE GOVERNMENT.
SO WE HAVE A LOT OF CHOICES. THERE’S A LOT OF MODERN THINGS
THAT PEOPLE FIND IN JOBS TODAY THAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS REALLY
TAKEN A HOLD OF FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS, FOR EXAMPLE,
TELECOMMUTING, WORKING FROM HOME.
IN MY OFFICE, I DON’T KNOW IF THERE’S ANYBODY THAT DOESN’T
TELECOMMUTE FROM HOME AT LEAST ONE DAY A WEEK.
SOME PEOPLE MORE THAN THAT. DEPENDING ON YOUR SCHEDULE IF
YOU’RE OFF AT MEETINGS SOMEWHERE ONE DAY YOU MIGHT TELE WORK THE
REST OF THE DAY. THERE’S A LOT OF TELECOMMUTING,
WHICH IS REALLY NICE. TO NOT GET SO DRESSED UP AND YOU
CAN THINK IN A DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT.
ANOTHER THING THE DRESS CODE IS NOT NEARLY AS BAD AS IT USED TO
BE. YOU SEE ME IN A TIE THIS IS HOW
I GO TO WORK, USUALLY I DON’T HAVE THE JACKET ON, I’M
COMFORTABLE AT WORK. DARNELL YOU’LL SEE HIM IN A TIE
A LOT HE LIKES TO LOOK A LITTLE SHARPER THAN ME.
BUT YOU ARE NOT GOING TO WEAR SHORTS AND FLIP-FLOPS ALTHOUGH
WE DID HAVE A PICNIC TWO WEEKS AGO WHERE EVERYBODY WAS WEARING
AND SOME OF US MANAGED TO COME BACK TO THE OFFICE THAT WAY.
BUT BASICALLY IT’S JUST BECOME MUCH MORE FLEXIBLE WORKING FOR
THE GOVERNMENT I ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO CONSIDER THAT NOT JUST
THINK THEY DON’T MAKE ENOUGH MONEY OR SOMETHING.
A LOT OF THOSE MYTHS AREN’T TRUE.
I WANT TO THANK ALL THE PARTICIPANTS.
I KNOW DARNELL DID THAT ALREADY. I WANT TO THANK YOU, I THINK
THIS PROGRAM IS REALLY IMPORTANT.
I HOPE THIS WEEK YOU CAME TO THE REALIZATION THAT SCIENCE CAN BE
FUN AND REALLY INTERESTING. NOT ALL SCIENCE IS ABOUT
EQUATIONS AND FORMULAS. IT’S REALLY ABOUT OBSERVING THE
WORLD, PERFORMING EXPERIMENTS AND PROBLEM SOLVING.
THOSE ARE REALLY THE BASIS OF DISCOVERY AND THE SCIENTIFIC
PROCESS, AND THEY CAN BE LOTS OF FUN.
I THINK IMMERSING YOURSELVES IN THE SCIENCE IS GOING TO BE BOTH
REWARDING AND STIMULATING FOR YOU.
WHATEVER PATH YOU TAKE, WHETHER IT’S GOVERNMENT OR AN INDUSTRY,
OR WHATEVER YOU DO IN YOUR LIFE, REMEMBER THAT THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT WANTS TO SEE YOU EXCEL AND WE HOPE YOU’LL THINK
ABOUT A SCIENTIFIC FIELD WITH US SOME DAY.
ALSO WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT TO THANK THE TEACHERS
PARTICIPATING. 440 STUDENTS IS A GREAT START.
BUT I KNOW I’VE HEARD DARNELL USE THE TERM THIS WEEK FORCE
MULTIPLIER. FOR EVERY STUDENT WE HAVE AN
EVENT LIKES THAT’S GREAT IT’S ONE STUDENT HOPEFULLY WE’RE
AFFECTING THEIR LIFE AND GIVING THEM ANOTHER CHOICE TO GET INTO
A SCIENTIFIC FIELD TO HELP OUT THE COUNTRY.
BUT EVERY TEACHER HERE IS GOING TO GO ON TO TEACH AND MENTOR AND
WORK WITH STUDENTS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND THAT’S GOING TO KEEP
GOING THROUGHOUT THEIR CAREER. SO WE HOPE WE’RE GIVING YOU THE
TOOLS TO DO THAT AND HAVE SUCCESS.
I WANT TO THANK THE PARENTS FOR ENCOURAGING YOUR KIDS AND
LETTING THEM COME HERE. WE REALLY APPRECIATE IT.
I CAN SPEAK ON THE BEHALF OF THE WHOLE CREW HERE WE’VE REALLY
LOVED YOUR KIDS THE LAST WEEK OR TWO.
LOOK FORWARD TO DOING IT AGAIN. I ALSO WANT TO THANK THE MENTORS
THAT HAVE COME FROM CC. WE DO CHANGE OUR NAMES A LOT IN
THE GOVERNMENT SO FORGIVE ME HERE BUT CCDCDC AND ICD.
I KNOW YOU GUYS HAVE A JOB AND YOU HAVE EXPECTATIONS BACK HOME,
BUT WE REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR TAKING THE TIME OUT TO HELP US
HERE. I WANT TO THANK DARNELL FOR
COORDINATING ALL THIS. THANK YOU, DARNELL.
DARNELL DOES A GREAT JOB PUTTING THESE TOGETHER.
WE’VE BEEN DOING THESE FOR A FEW YEARS HE’S HAD OTHER FOLKS
INVOLVED BUT THIS YEAR WITH ORISE HE’S PRETTY MUCH
COORDINATED IT SINGLE-HANDEDLY AND DONE A GREAT JOB.
LAST DEFINITELY NOT LEAST I KNOW YOU’RE ALL WAY BACK THERE MAYBE
YOU CAN’T HEAR ME YOU HAVEN’T GIVEN ME THAT MANY SIGNS BUT LET
ME CONGRATULATE YOU FOR COMPLETING YOUR COURSE THE LAST
WEEK OR TWO. MAYBE I SHOULD SAY ALMOST
COMPLETING BECAUSE I KNOW WE HAVE ONE MORE STEP TODAY.
BUT CONGRATULATIONS ON COMPLETING YOUR JSTI ADVENTURE.
I HOPE YOU ALL LOVED IT. I GOT TO SEE SOME GREAT WORK
OVER THE LAST WEEK. AND I’M REALLY LOOKING FORWARD
TO SEEING MORE. KEEP EXPLORING.
ALL RIGHT. AND THAT’S ALL I HAVE TO SAY.
DARNELL. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HE DIDN’T SEEM
NERVOUS AT ALL, DID HE? HE ROCKED IT ALL OUT THERE.
MR. LAURENSTEIN GAVE ME CREDIT FOR ORGANIZING THIS WHOLE THING
I CAN’T TAKE THE CREDIT FOR IT THE JSTI STAFF, THEY ROCKED,
OKAY. THEY WERE STRAIGHT LIT IF YOU
WILL. BUT NO, I’M JUST THE GUY IN THE
BACKGROUND. THEY DESERVE ALL THE APPLAUSE.
[APPLAUSE] I’LL BRING WILLIAM UP FOR OAK
RIDGE INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND EDUCATION TO THE MICROPHONE.
THANK YOU EVERYONE. WHAT A GREAT EVENT.
THIS IS THE THIRD YEAR HERE I’M THE DIRECTOR FOR OAK RIDGE
INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND EDUCATION.
I’LL JUST TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO SAY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
STUDENTS AND I REALIZE YOU ARE SITTING ALL IN THE BACK.
THANK YOU TO THE PARENTS THE MENTORS OR WHOEVER GOT YOU HERE.
LAST YEAR WHEN I WAS SPEAKING TO THIS GROUP, I CHALLENGED EACH
ONE OF THE STUDENTS TO GO BACK AND PERSONALLY THANK THE PERSON
THAT GOT YOU HERE WHETHER THAT WAS A NEIGHBOR, A RELATIVE, A
FRIEND, A TEACHER, AND SO ON. AND I DID A LITTLE CAVEAT I
BASICALLY SAID DO NOT EMAIL THEM AND DON’T INSTANT MESSAGE THEM
TRY TO FIND THEM PERSONALLY OR TELEPHONE AND LOOK THEM IN THE
EYE AND SAY THANK YOU THAT WAS A GREAT EVENT.
SO THIS EVENT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US.
IT’S VERY IMPORTANT TO DOD. I KNOW THE GROUP THAT MARIE
RUNS, MARIE WESTFALL DESERVES APPLAUSE.
THE WHOLE ORISE STAFF. [APPLAUSE]
SO ERIC HAD MENTIONED JOBS. I KNOW MOST OF YOU ARE IN JUNIOR
HIGH OR HIGH SCHOOL SO YOU MAY NOT BE THINKING ABOUT THAT.
BUT WE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, THE DOE, ORISE PROGRAM,
IS VERY ACTIVE IN PLACING STEM TALENT IN NATIONAL LABORATORIES.
SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? RIGHT NOW WE HAVE ALMOST 10,000
STUDENTS AT UNDERGRAD LEVELS, GRADUATE AND POST-DOCTORAL
LEVELS PLACED IN NATIONAL LABS 17 DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL
LABORATORIES AND THE IDEA IS TO FIND STEM TALENT, RECRUIT IT AND
GET ALL OF YOU, WHEN YOU GET TO THAT POINT, OUT TO THE LABS TO
WORK WITH MENTORS. SO YOU’VE WORKED WITH MENTORS
HERE. YOU’VE WORKED WITH TEACHERS
HERE. THAT’S A NICE TRANSITION WHILE
YOU’RE IN COLLEGE YOU GO TO GRADUATE OR UNDERGRADUATE
SCHOOL. WE’LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU IN THE
FUTURE. KEEP THAT IN MIND.
THE ORISE PROGRAM CAN HELP YOU MOVE TO THE NEXT LEVEL OF YOUR
LAB WORK AND YOUR STEM EDUCATION.
SO THANKS TO YOU, THANKS TO ERIC DARNELL, THIS IS SUCH A GREAT
PROGRAM. I WANT TO GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO EVERYBODY IN THE ROOM WHETHER YOU’RE PARENTS, FRIENDS OR
OTHERWISE, THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE.
EVAN, THAT’S THE SUPPORT SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT TO THE STUDENTS I’M
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE ROBOTS BEATING EACH OTHER UP HERE.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: ALL RIGHT.
AT THIS TIME I’D LIKE TO BRING A SPECIAL GUEST TO THE MICROPHONE
MR. DALE TAYLOR ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THIS PROGRAM.
SO DALE, COME ON UP. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: IS THIS WORKING?
I’LL MAKE IT REAL QUICK DARNELL GREAT EVENT I’VE BEEN FOLLOWING
IT MYSELF FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS IT’S BEEN WONDERFUL WANT TO MAKE
THIS REAL SHORT. I WASN’T PLANNING ON COMING
TODAY BUT WHEN I FOUND OUT THAT SOMEONE I CONSIDER A DEAR FRIEND
IS RETIRING I COULDN’T MISS IT. MARIE, CAN YOU JOIN ME FOR A
SECOND. SHE HATES THE ATTENTION.
SHE REALLY DOES. BUT MARIE AND I GO BACK TO
BEFORE 2012 PLANNING THE FIRST JSTI AND I WILL TELL YOU
UNKWIFABLY IF IT HADN’T BEEN FOR MARIE THE FIRST ONE WOULDN’T
HAVE HAPPENED. THE SECOND ONE WOULDN’T HAVE
HAPPENED. SHE WAS THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND
THE SCENES THAT MADE ALL THIS POSSIBLE.
GUIDING US AS WE WERE TRYING TO FIND OUR WAY ON THE DOD SIDE TO
MAKE THIS EVENT HAPPEN. SHE BROUGHT A LOT OF ENTHUSIASM
AND INSPIRATION THAT RUBBED OFF ON US.
AND I CAN TELL YOU THAT FOR MYSELF, DARNELL AND MORGAN, WE
TRULY APPRECIATE IT I CAN TELL FROM THE HUNDREDS OF KIDS THAT I
KNOW THAT THEY’RE APPRECIATIVE. AND MARIE’S RETIRING TWO DAYS
AGO. AND I DON’T HAVE A GIFT FOR HER
BUT I’LL BE IN KNOXVILLE OR OAK RIDGE WHEN SHE REQUIRES TO GIVE
HER HER GIFT. I WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE HOW MUCH
WE APPRECIATE AND TRULY LOVE WHAT YOU’VE DONE FOR US FOR THE
PROGRAM AND FOR US PERSONALLY. THANK YOU.
JSTI ON YOUR FEET, GIVE HER A ROUND OF APPLAUSE.
ON YOUR FEET JSTI. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: SO NOW WE’LL TAKE
THIS TIME TO MOVE INTO THE INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS FROM
EACH OF OUR RESEARCH GROUPS. WHO DO WE HAVE FIRST UP?
ROBOTICS COMPETITION. BE PREPARED TO BE AMAZED.
NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING. SO HERE WE HAVE OUR ROBOTICS
COMPETITION THAT’S GOING TO TAKE PLACE.
IF YOU CAN SEE, THERE’S A TRACK SET UP.
WE HAVE ORANGE FOOTBALLS WHICH THOSE IF YOU GET INTO THE CORNER
WHERE YOUR ROBOT IS ARE WORTH THREE POINTS THOUGH IF YOU MOVE
THE GREEN BALLS INTO SOMEONE ELSE’S CORNER THOSE ARE NEGATIVE
ONE POINTS. SO YOU DON’T WANT THIS.
AT THE END OF THE COMPETITION, WHICH WILL LAST APPROXIMATELY
TWO MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS, IF YOUR ROBOT MAKES IT ALL THE WAY
BACK INTO YOUR CORNER YOU GET EIGHT POINTS, WHICH IS A
SIGNIFICANT NUMBER. WE HAVE TO HAVE 30 SECONDS OF
CODING WHERE IT IS FULLY AUTONOMOUS, YOU CANNOT TOUCH IT.
AND AFTER THAT WE’RE FREE TO CONTROL IT OURSELVES.
SO HERE YOU GO. [LAUGHTER]
[APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING
EVERYBODY. I’M AIDEN AND JORDAN AND
ISABELLA. I’M JOSEPH.
I’M MAYA. AND WE’RE PART OF THE 3-D
PRINTING AND DESIGN GROUP. THESE PAST TWO WEEKS WE’VE
WORKED ON CREATING AUTO OPEN SOURCE ROBOTS.
THESE ROBOTS ARE FULLY PERSONALIZED.
SO DURING OUR PAST TWO WEEKS WE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH
FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF 3-D PRINTERS, THE MOST EXPENSIVE
PRINTER WE USED IS CALLED THE STROTOS AND PRINTS WITH
FILAMENTS AND THE LOW SPOT MINI AND CUALI, LAST WEEK WE DECIDED
WE WANTED TO EXPERIMENT WITH DIFFERENT PRINTING MATERIALS WE
DECIDED TO USE ABS, PLA AND FLEXIBLE FILAMENT CHEETAH NIX.
BECAUSE WE WANTED IT TO BE RIGID WE DECIDED TO USE PLA.
NEW SPEAKER: GOAL OF THE OBJECT WAS TO OPTIMIZE THE BEST DESIGN
FOR 3-D PRINTED ROBOT WE DID THIS THROUGH A PROCESS CALLED
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING. IT’S THE COMBINATION BETWEEN 3-D
PRINTING AND ROBOTICS YOU CAN SEE PICTURES OF HIGH END
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING METAL AND WE HAVE SOME 3-D PRINTING OVER
THERE AND OKAY SO ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IS THE STEPPING
STONES TO THE FUTURE AS THE COMBINATION BETWEEN THREE
PRINTING AND ROBOTICS WILL ALLOW FOR EASE OF ACCESS TO FOR THE
FUTURE. SO.
NEW SPEAKER: SO THE BUILDING PROCESS FOR THE AUTO ROBOT
STARTED WITH CIRCUITRY 3-D PRINTING AND CODING.
WE 3-D PRINTED THE WHOLE BODY FOR THE ROBOT WHICH INCLUDED THE
HEAD, TORSO, LEGS, FEET, AND HANDS.
THE AUTO BOT CAME INTO A KIT FOR ALL THINGS USED TO AUTOMATE THE
CIRCUITRIES, THE ARDUENO, AND ARDUENO SHIELD.
STARTED PRINTING THE TORSOS AND THE HEADS THE FEET THE BUTTONS,
THE HANDS AND ALSO THE, AND ALSO THE TORSO AS WELL.
THE CIRCUITRY INCLUDED THE POWER BUTTON FOR THE SERVOS AND THE
SENSORS AND THE POWER BUTTON FOR THE SERVOS FOR HANDS AND FEET TO
MAKE THE ROBOT MOVE AND DANCE. CONTINUING WITH THE CIRCUITRY,
THE NEXT STEP WAS CODING THE BOTS.
WE USED ARDUENO A FORM OF C++ AND WE’VE PRIMARILY JUST
MODIFIED WHAT WAS ALREADY EXISTING WITHIN THE KITS THAT WE
USED. SO THEY WERE ABLE TO DANCE AND
SING. NEW SPEAKER: SO THE AUTO ROBOT
PROVIDED A GREAT BASE FOR OUR PROJECT BUT ITS DESIGN WAS NOT
OPTIMAL FOR OUR GOALS SO WE CUSTOMIZED IT.
THE LEGS WERE TOO SMALL. SO WE TRIED A DIFFERENT SET
WHICH DIDN’T ALLOW US TO SCREW IN OUR LARGER SERVOS CHANGED IT
ONCE MORE, CUSTOMIZED WE WANTED THE ROBOT TO PICK UP SOMETHING
TO PERFORM A SIMPLE TASK THE ROBOT HAD NO ARMS WE HAD TO
DESIGN A SECOND TORSO PIECE OVER THE FIRST 3-D PRINTED THE ARMS
AND THEN CODE THOSE. AFTER THAT, WE ALSO CUSTOMIZED
OUR ROBOTS TO GIVE THEM MORE CHARACTER.
SO THEY WEREN’T JUST ALL THE SAME THING.
SO WE PRINTED SEVERAL HATS A COWBOY HAT A BOWLER HAT SOME
MASKS AND GLASSES. LASTLY, WE TOOK OUR ROBOTS
INSIDES AND MADE A WHOLE NEW BODY FOR IT THIS IS THE AUTO
QUAD IT HAS THE SAME INSIDES AS THE OTHER ROBOTS EXCEPT FOR A
FEW EXTRA SERVOS FOR THE DIFFERENT LENS AND DIFFERENT
BODIES AND FUNCTIONS. NEW SPEAKER: WE HAD VERY MANY
STRUGGLES WHILE TRYING TO COMPLETE THE ROBOT AND ADD ON TO
IT SUCH AS THE ARMS. WE DID NOT HAVE ANY OF THE
LIBRARIES TO PUT INTO THE ROBOT. THAT WOULD MAKE THE ARMS WORK.
WE WERE GOING OFF ON OUR OWN TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO
INCORPORATE THE TWO PROGRAMS TOGETHER.
NEW SPEAKER: SO SOME OTHER STRUGGLES WE HAD WERE WITH THE
3-D PRINTING DESIGN ITSELF AS JUST SUGGESTED PREVIOUSLY WE DID
NOT HAVE THE ARM DESIGN AND WE HAD TO WORK ON PROTOTYPING FOR
LEGS AS WELL AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE LEFT THAT’S A HAT I TRIED TO
PRINT AND FAILED AT LEAST TWO OR THREE TIMES.
BUT AFTER AND ALSO A BIG PROBLEM WE HAD WAS WITH OUR BUTTON.
THE BUTTON ON THESE ROBOTS DID NOT FIT ALL THE WAY THROUGH ON
THE DESIGN WE WERE GIVEN WE HAD TO DESIGN OUR OWN BUTTON SYSTEM
WITH TWO PINS AND A LITTLE LIKE CARRIER CASE FOR IT.
IN CONCLUSION, JUST A SECOND, IN CONCLUSION, THE COMBINATION OF
3-D PRINTING AND ROBOTICS IS THE FUTURE AS EASE OF ACCESS TO
PRINTERS AND THE MATERIALS THAT WE USED IN THE PRINTERS ARE FAR
EASIER THAN THE PROCESSES WE HAVE TODAY.
WHILE IT MAY HAVE SOME DRAW BACKS LIKE THE TIME LENGTHS THAT
IT TAKES FOR BIGGER BUILDS WE BELIEVE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
AND PROCESSES LIKE IT CAN HELP PUSH US TO THE FUTURE TO A
BRIGHTER AND EASIER FUTURE WHERE WE CAN ALL LIVE IN A TECHNOLOGY
FIELD WORLD. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
WE’D LIKE TO THANK THE LJ HOMES OUR MENTOR ON THIS.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, ORISE, DTRA, DOD.
APG FOR HOSTING US ON A FIELD TRIP AND ALL THE PEOPLE THAT
WORKED AT THE JSTI PROGRAM TO GIVE US THIS OPPORTUNITY.
WE’D LIKE TO THANK JIM TAYLOR FOR DRIVING US 30 MINUTES EACH
DAY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE.
BIG SHOUT OUT TO HIM. THANK YOU EVERYBODY.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: LASTLY, NOW THAT
WE’RE LEAVING, THERE’S GOING TO BE A VIDEO SHOWING KIND OF WHAT
WE DID ALL WEEK. PLEASE ENJOY THAT. NEW SPEAKER: SO I’M JIM TAYLOR
I’M WITH THE 3-D PRINTING DESIGN GROUP THIS KIND OF PROJECT WAS
BROKE UP IN TWO PHASES FIRST PHASE THESE STUDENTS PRINTED 3-D
PRINTED BODIES FOR A ROBOT THAT CAME OFF OF A TINKER CAD.
AND THEY TOOK THAT ROBOT AND THEY INSTALLED THE ELECTRONICS
IN IT AND PROGRAMMED THE ROBOT TO DO A DANCE TO SMOOTH CRIM OR
SIGNAL LEGS AND 3-D PRINTING AND DO PROGRAMMING FOR THE ROBOTICS
TO ACCOMPLISH THE END GOAL FOR PHASE 2.
SO THEN FOR PHASE 2 WHAT THEY’RE WORKING ON RIGHT NOW IS
DEVELOPING A ROBOT USING THE SAME PROTOTYPE THEY USED BEFORE
BUT NOW THEY’RE GOING TO ADD ARMS TO THE ROBOT SO IT WILL
ACTUALLY LIFT UP AN OBJECT AND THAT’S THE END GOAL TO PROGRAM
THIS ROBOT TO ACCOMPLISH AN ACTUAL TASK AND STANCE AROUND IT
AND PLAY MUSIC. NEW SPEAKER: I THINK THE THING
I MOST ENJOY ABOUT THIS IS THE STRUGGLES WE’VE HAD WE’VE HAD
CERTAIN STRUGGLES WITH THE BUTTONS AND WIRINGS AND FITTING
EVERYTHING INSIDE THE TINY SHELL OF THE ROBOT.
I THINK WORKING THROUGH THAT WAS THE MOST FUN FOR ME.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING I’M
KATHLEEN DWYER AND I’D LIKE TO SHARE HOW MICROSCOPE HISTOTECHNIQUES COMPARE.
SCIENCES HELP IDENTIFY WHAT CAUSED THE HARMFUL EFFECT FROM
LARGE TO SMALL FACTORS QUITE HARD TO DETECT.
BUT WITH OUR BARE EYES WE CAN ONLY SEE THE EFFECTS THAT IMPACT
GROSS ANATOMY IF MUCH GREATER DETAIL IS INSPIRED SOME KIND OF
MICROSCOPY IS REQUIRED YOUR EYES CAN ONLY DISTINGUISH SOLO TO
ABOUT .2 MILLIMETERS OR SO. AND OPTICAL SCOPE COLLECTS LIGHT
THAT’S AROUND AND MAKES IT THROUGH SEVERAL LENSES REBOUND
WHEN VERY SMALL OBJECTS ARE THUS MAGNIFIED TINIEST FEATURES
IDENTIFIED HUMANS CAN’T ZOOM IN WAVELENGTH LIMIT WHAT WE CAN
SEE. ELECTRO MICROSCOPY STRIKES DOWN
ON A SURFACE CREATING A SCENE OF LOW AND HIGH ATOMS THOSE IN
BETWEEN THE IMAGE PRODUCED SHOWS A PICTURE IN GRAY OF WHERE IN
THE SAMPLE THE STRUCTURES DO LAY.
SO WHEN USE ELECTRONS WHEN OPTICS WITH LIGHT ONE NEEDS TO
SELECT THE TOOL THAT IS RIGHT A LIGHT MICROSCOPE WILL NOT COST
TOO MUCH MONEY BUT ELECTRONS ARE HUNDREDS OF FUNNY.
AND WHEN ELECTRONS YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR MICROSCOPES MAGNIFY
HUNDRED TIMES MORE FOR WHATEVER MAGNIFICATION YOU CARE YOUR
SPECIMEN ONE MUST PREPARE RIGHT AFTER COLLECTION THE SAMPLE MUST
FIX IN A CASSETTE WHERE IT CENTERS AND STICKS AND ALCOHOL
IS ADDED FOLLOWED BY BENZENE HYDRATING TISSUE MAKING IT CLEAN
EMBEDDING AGENT LIKE PARAFFIN WAX MAKES A AND PARTITIONING AND
MICROSCOPE DOES SAMPLING AND CARVING UP A PIECE THAT IS ULTRA
THIN. EACH SLICE THAT’S PRODUCED THE
WAX AND TISSUES CONNECTS TO THE PRIOR SLICE MADE AT ISSUE
CREATING A RHYTHM OF SLICES THAT FLOAT ON THE WATER’S SURFACE
NEXT YOU’LL DEVOTE ATTENTION TO GRABBING A PIECE ON A SLIDE THEN
LETTING IT REST UNTIL THE PIECE IS ALL DRIED THE FINAL STEP IS
ADDING A GOOD STAINING DYE WHICH HELPS PROVIDE CONTRAST FOR THE
NAKED EYE AND CLARIFIES FEATURES IN OP CAL SCOPE PROVIDING THE
INSIGHT FOR WHICH YOU DID HOPE SHOWING THE STRUCTURE OF EACH
SINGLE CELL CONTROL ONES AND THOSE THAT ARE DAMAGED AS WELL.
USUALLY THIS ENLARGEMENT IS SUFFICIENT BUT FORCES LIKE
JUNCTURES THE SITE IS DEFICIENT AND ELECTRON SCOPE IS NEEDED FOR
VIEWING A PARALLEL PROCESS FOR PREP YOU’LL BE DOING TO
HYDRATING CLEANING AND REST SON EMBED WITH OSO FOUR STAINING
DARK WHERE IT’S LED. THE TIP OF THE SAMPLE IS
CAREFULLY PREPARED REMOVING THE REST SON UNTIL SAMPLES THERE
DIAMOND ABUTS AND SLICE OFF TO THE END ULTRA FINE CUTS WITH THE
LIGHT SCOPE A WATERY MOAT CONNECTS TINY PIECES WHICH THEY
FLOAT THIS RAFT ONE HAS TO RETRIEVE THIS STEP IS SO TRICKY
IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE UNDER MAGNIFICATION WITH TWEEZERS IN
HAND ONE HAS TO WADE INTO THE MINIATURE LAND ON TO A SCREEN
SMALL RING SCOOP UP AND CENTER A PIECE ON THIS THING.
THE SAMPLE IS PLACED IN MICROSCOPE TUBE A SPACE WHERE
AIR REMOVED AND THE VACUUM PROVIDES WHAT’S NEEDED SO PATH
OF THE ELECTRON BEAMS NOT IMPEDED THE SURFACE EMITS RANGE
OF ENERGY PRODUCING A DETAILED IMAGE YOU SEE.
THIS WEEK HAS BEEN GREAT FIRST GIVEN TO ME THE CHANCE TO TRY
NEW KINDS OF MICROSCOPY I’VE ALWAYS USED OPTICAL BUT
ELECTRONS NOPE A HIGH SCHOOL CAN’T AFFORD A SIX FIGURE SCOPE
I’VE SEEN HOW TISSUE SAMPLES PREPARED A PROCESS OF WHICH I
WAS NOT WELL AWARED. TO CREATE A PICTURE WITH GOOD
CLARITY ONE MAKES A SOLUTION THE RIGHT MOWLARITY TO DETERMINE IF
PARTS LIKE WATER OR NOT TO TELL IF THE DYE SOAKS A LITTLE OR A
LOT. DYES ATTACH DIFFERENTLY TO
DIFFERENT PARTS PICKING THE RIGHT ONE MEANS YOU HAVE THE
RIGHT SMARTS NEXT WE’LL I’LL RETURN TO SCHOOL TO SHARE WITH
THE STUDENTS WHAT I DID LEARN ONE MESSAGE I SAW SHINING
THROUGH TEAMWORK IS ESSENTIAL IN ALL THAT YOU DO, NICOLE AND
DENISE AND TRACY THEY EACH HAD A ROLE WORKING TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE
THEIR GOAL. ADDITIONALLY, I WILL BRING BACK
FOR EACH KID THE RELATIVE SIZE OF THE THINGS THAT I DID.
MOLECULES, CELLS, THESE THINGS ARE SO SMALL MY STUDENTS DO NOT
UNDERSTAND SCALE AT ALL. COMPARATIVE SIZING FOR THEM IS
CONVEYED WHEN THEY SORT OUT THE THINGS IN THE LESSON I MADE.
THE TEACHERS I MADE HERE I APPRECIATE.
YOU DEAN AS MY ROOMMATE HAS BEEN GREAT JUANITA CHECKS THAT OUR
GROUP IS OKAY AND HER FIRST BASEBALL GAME WAS ON HER
BIRTHDAY. CINDY WAS HAPPY TO SHARE DAILY
NEWS WHILE SERGIO’S MAD NINJA SCHOOLS DID AMUSE, PAUL TOLD US
ALL ABOUT HIS GUAM LIFE AND UPS MEN FOLLOWED BARBIE TO LIFE AND
HE MADE A NEW WIFE AND KILLED HIM
AND ED IS OUR DAD DROVE US ALL KINDS OF PLACES LABS AND GREAT
RESTAURANTS WHERE WE STUFFED OUR FACES WE ENJOYED THE ZOO AT
WASHINGTON D.C. AND AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY THIS AMAZING
TWO WEEKS HAS QUICKLY FLOWN BY MY THANKS TO THE PEOPLE OF JSTI.
[APPLAUSE] 3-D PRINTING IS AN INNOVATIVE
WAY DESIGNING NEW OLD THINGS IT WILL MAKE CREATING EARLIER WITH
THIS UPCOMING TECHNOLOGY IT WILL PIQUE AN TRI IN MANY KIDS WILL
GIVE AND OPEN UP MANY JOBS NEW SPEAKER: 3-D PRINTING IS A
FAIRLY RECENT TECHNOLOGY THAT IS STILL BEING RAPIDLY EXPANDED ON.
OUR CLASS WAS ABOUT A LEARNING THE BASICS OF 3-D PRINTING,
HOWEVER, WE LOOKED INTO THE REAL LIFE APPLICATIONS AS WELL.
AND IT WAS MORE THAN JUST 3-D PRINTING AS WELL AS THE POST
PROCESSING AS WELL. IT WAS VERY IMPORTANT IN THIS
CLASS. NEW SPEAKER: 3-D PRINTING
TRACES BACK TO THE 1980S WITH EDAMA PROVIDED THE RAPID
PROTOTYPING DEVICE AND CHARLES MADE THE FIRST PRINTING PROJECT
SLA ALSO KNOWN AS STEREO LITHOGRAPHY.
SO THE TYPE WE USED WAS FDM THAT IS SEEN IN PRINTERS MADE BY
JOSEPH PRISA IN 2017 HE RELEASED THE PRINTER THAT WILL BE SHOWN
HERE IN A SECOND WE STARTED SMALL IN 2012 AND HAS GROWN BIG
EVER SINCE THEN. SORRY.
AND LIKE SLAFDM NUN AS FUSION DEPOSITION MODELING IT COOLS
WITH THE AIR THE PRINTERS ARE KNOWN TO BE THE MOST ADOPTED BY
MANUFACTURERS WE MAINLY USE THIS PRINTER FOR —
NEW SPEAKER: BEFORE OPERATING ANY 3-D PRINTER IT IS IDEAL TO
TEST THE CALIBRATION BEFORE PRINTING ANY PROTOTYPES WE DO
THIS BY DOWNLOADING SLICING AND PRINTING A PREMADE SEL FILE
DEPENDING ON THE QUALITY OF THE PRINT IT WILL REVEAL ANY AREAS
WHICH WE WILL THEN FIX. THIS HERE IS KNOWN AS AVENCI ONE
OF THE TEST PRINTS TO MAKE SURE IT’S CORRECTLY CALIBRATED
INITIAL STAGES OF PRINTING WE PRINTED A VARIETY.
WE ADDED THINGS LATER. AND THEY’RE KNOWN AS FLEXSY
ANIMALS IT’S AN EXPERIMENT WITH DIFFERENT FILAMENTS IT WAS A
GREAT WAY THE INTRODUCE IT AS A CLASS AND HELP FAMILIARIZE WITH
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE TO USE. NEW SPEAKER: TO CREATE THESE WE
FOUND THEM OFF THE INTERNET WE PUT IT ON THE SLICER DESIRED,
THE OUTCOMES WERE AMAZING, WE MADE A BOX THAT OPENS AND CLOSES
AND WE CREATED GEARSHIFTING CUBES.
NEW SPEAKER: TO UNDERSTAND POST PROCESSING WE CONDUCTED AN
EXPERIMENT BY PROVIDING NINE IDENTICAL BATMANS AND APPLYING A
SMOOTHING TECHNIQUE TO THEM. SO WE THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS
EXPERIMENT WAS TO FIND OUT LIKE WHAT WE CAN DO WITH THE PRINT
AFTER THE PRINT IS PLACED. SO HERE WE SPRAY PAINTED EACH OF
THE BATMAN SILVERS SO WE CAN CAREFULLY OBSERVE THE MATERIALS
METHODS WERE STANDING SMALL HIGH XC FILLER COAT PRIMER VAPOR
SMOOTHING WITH ACETONE AND APA PRIMER MOST TEDIOUS METHOD WAS
SANDING FOR US. AND HERE WE HAVE THE CONTROL
ALONG SIDE WITH THE MOST SMOOTHEST MODEL WAS XTC IT WAS
TWO PART EPOXY AND UNIFORMLY WITHOUT LEAVING BURSTS.
SO HERE’S PRESTON HE’LL TALK ABOUT THE ENTIRE PROJECT WHICH
WE DID ON A FREE DESIGN SOFTWARE CALLED ANGI.
NEW SPEAKER: DURING THIS PROJECT WE’RE GIVEN A TASK USING
A CAST SOFTWARE CALLED ANGI IT WAS TO USE A DIMENSION FIT
AROUND A NUMBER TWO PENCIL THE WHEEL TO ROLL SMOOTHLY AS
POSSIBLE HERE BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURE OF OUR ENTIRE DESIGN.
THE FIGURE DISPLAYED IS A PICTURE SHOWING ALL THE FINAL
PRINT OF THE TIRE DESIGN. MICHAEL GUY OUR MENTOR STUCK A
NUMBER TWO PENCIL TO TEST EFFICIENCY DURABILITY OF THE
DESIGN. USING A POLY YOU’RE THEEN
FILAMENT WE MADE IT.
NEW SPEAKER: AND WE DID A DOUBLE DESIGN THE PRODUCT TAUGHT
US REAL LIFE SITUATIONS APPLIED TO 3-D PRINTING.
NEW SPEAKER: CAME UP WITH A CLASS DESIGN TO MEET THE PHONE
CASE THIS PHONE CASE WILL CONNECT AND DISCONNECT FROM
LOOPED WIRES MAKES TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF PHONES EASILY ATTACH
THEY ADDED A THICK WALL TO GIVE A PROTECTIVE ASPECT TO THE
PHONE. WHILE PRESTON’S IDEA WAS TO MAKE
THE BACK OF THE PHONE CASE DERAIL LOCKING SYSTEM DECIDED
WITH VELCRO ATTACHMENT HOURGLASS ATTACHMENT ON THE SIDE TO FIT TO
CREATE A PURSE LIKE FEATURE THESE FEATURES TO MAKE THE
CONSUMER HAPPY. NEW SPEAKER: THESE ARE
REPRESENTATIONS OF OUR PROTOTYPES.
USING THE MATERIALS AVAILABLE TO MAKE, TO CREATE OUR PHONE WE
USED A POLY ACIDIC ACID.
FOR THE CASE NONPOLY ACIDIC ACID.
WE WILL NOW SHOW A VIDEO OF OUR TIME IN MECHANICAL PRINTING.
THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: I’M MICHAEL GUY
THE MENTOR FOR THE GROUP. OUR CLASS DESIGNS AND 3-D PRINTS
MAINLY VARIOUS MECHANICAL DESIGNS.
NEW SPEAKER: FROM DIFFERENT COLORS OF LAYERS, BLUES, REDS.
NEW SPEAKER: I WANT MY STUDENTS TO PICK UP VARIOUS DESIGN
METHODOLOGIES THAT WE USE THROUGH ENGINEERING INCLUDING
3-D DESIGN AND COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN SOFTWARE CAD, DESIGN FOR
MANUFACTURING, DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND THEN WHOLE
LIFECYCLE ASSESSMENTS. NEW SPEAKER: IT’S PRETTY COOL
IF YOU THINK ABOUT A 3-D PRINTING IS OUR FUTURE.
THEY’VE STARTED MAKING CARS OUT OF 3-D PRINTERS, MACHINES, MANY
THINGS. IT’S LIKE PREPARING US FOR OUR
FUTURE. I WOULD SAY THESE STUDENTS HAVE
PICKED THINGS UP AMAZINGLY FAST WE’VE GOTTEN THROUGH 3 OR FOUR
WEEKS OF MATERIAL AND A WEEK AND A HALF.
THEY KEEP ME ON MY TOES FOR SURE.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING.
HELLO? GOOD MORNING.
ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE I’D LIKE TO THANK JSTI
ENGINEERING FOR THEIR WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN
SOLVING OUR CURRENT CHALLENGE. WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DEVELOP A
METHOD TO REACH A SOLDIER IN THE FIELD TO SEE IF THEY’VE BEEN
INFECTED. AND GOOD LUCK AND WE LOOK
FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN A FEW WEEKS.
NEW SPEAKER: HI MY NAME IS IRA FROM MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE WE’RE
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL FORENSIC CHEMISTRY TEAM.
NEW SPEAKER: HELLO MY NAME IS ABIGAIL ROBERTSON FROM CAMERON,
NORTH CAROLINA. THIS PAST WEEK WE’VE BEEN DOING
LAB TESTING USING QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS WHICH IS WHEN YOU USE
ALREADY-KNOWN LAB TESTING RESULTS TO LATER IDENTIFY AN
UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE. NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS NULANI
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA ON MONDAY WE USED QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS TO
IDENTIFY WHITE PARTS. WE ADDED REAGENTS TO OBSERVE THE
REACTION OF THESE KNOWN POCKETS. WE USED THOSE REACTIONS TO
IDENTIFY UNKNOWN WHITE POCKETS. NEW SPEAKER: ON TUESDAY WE HAD
27 LICKED SOLUTIONS THAT WE TESTED FOR DIFFERENT REACTIONS
WE USED THE FLAME TO EXCITE THE CAT IONS WHICH EXERTED A COLOR
ALLOWED US TO IDENTIFY EACH SOLUTION.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M RICHARD AND WE WENT TO THE LARGEST WASTE
PROCESSING PLANT 60,000 GALLONS OF WASTE WATER PER DAY WE WERE
TAUGHT HOW WATER IS TREATED. USES BOTH BACTERIA AND CHEMICAL
PROCESSES TO PURIFY THE WATER WHICH IS MONITORED IN THE
LABORATORY WHERE WE WERE ABLE TO SEE MICROBES AND OTHER COOL
TESTS. NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS RICHARD
BRUCE FROM THE MUDDY BANKS OF WICHITA.
AND I WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HOW TO IDENTIFY CATIONS AND ANIONS
OUR GROUP EXPERIMENTED WITH DIFFERENT CATIONS AND RECORDED
OBSERVATIONS AND USED THE CENTRIFUGE TO SEPARATE
DECANTANTS FROM PRECIPITANTS AND WE USED THAT INFORMATION TO
IDENTIFY UNKNOWNS AND WE USED SOME OF THE CHEMICALS TO CHANGE
THE COLORS OF FLAMES AND LOOKED AT THEM THROUGH COBALT GLASS.
NEW SPEAKER: HI Y’ALL IT’S ABBY AGAIN.
OUR TASK WAS TO FIND RAT POISON IN A VARIETY OF SURFACES.
NEW SPEAKER: HI I’M CAMERON DICKENS FROM PULLYAP WASHINGTON
OUR PROJECT WAS TO FIND BARIUM RAT POISON TAKE A SWABBING
DEVICE SWAB THE SURFACE AND EXPOSE THE DEVICE TO A FLAME
CAUSING A GREEN YELLOW FLAME TO APPEAR AND IT SHOULD ALSO BE A
GREEN YELLOW FLAME THROUGH COBALT GLASS FILTER.
NEW SPEAKER: HI MY NAME IS JAMIA FROM CHARLOTTE, NORTH
CAROLINA, THE SUBSTANCE WE ARE TESTING IS RAT POISON.
AND THE ION CARBONATE IS IN RAT POISON, AND IT REACTS WITH
ACIDIC ACID TO PRODUCE BUBBLES IN THE FOAM LIKE IN THE PICTURE.
NEW SPEAKER: HELLO. I’M LIAM FROM MARYLAND I’LL BE
DISCUSSING THE ACIDIC ACID DELIVERY SYSTEM A VIAL WILL BE
PLACED ON THE ARM OF THE ROBOT TO BE PROPERLY ADMINISTERED OR
INTRODUCED TO THE CHEMICAL USING A SPRAY BOTTLE TIP AND ALL OF
THIS WILL BE LIVE STREAMED TO OUR OBSERVING STATION USING A
CAMERA MOUNTED ON TO A CIVIL MOUNT ATOP A ROBOT.
NEXT I THINK WE HAVE THE 3-D PRINTING TEAM.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: I’M AUDREY THE 3-D
PRINTING GROUP. NEW SPEAKER: WE DID PUZZLES AND
ICE BREAKERS TO GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER SO WE COULD BE A BETTER
GROUP AND HAVE A PROJECT BE BETTER.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M GREGORY SHAFFER FROM DC GO TO CAPITAL
DAY SCHOOL I’LL TELL YOU ABOUT OUR FIELD TRIP TO THE DCCB FAB
LAB. THE LAB IS THE COLLEGE OF
BALTIMORE COUNTY AND WE WENT THERE TO SEE 3-D PRINTERS AND
3-D PRINTED MATERIALS. ONE OF THE INTERESTING THINGS WE
SAW THERE WAS 3-D PRINTED TAJ MAHAL.
WE THOUGHT IT WAS REALLY INTERESTING BECAUSE OF HOW
INTRICATELY DETAILED IT WAS AND WE SAW MANY DIFFERENT, LIKE,
MATERIALS FOR CREATING AND STUFF LIKE THAT.
NEW SPEAKER: WE CREATED A 3-D ROBOT, HIS NAME IS MARTIN WE
VOTED ON ONE ROBOT. AFTER ALL VOTING WE CREATED
MARTIN WE TESTED HIM OUT AND AT ONE POINT WE ALSO HAD TO
REDESIGN HIM BECAUSE THE WEIGHT WASN’T REALLY CORRECT. NEW SPEAKER: OVER THE COURSE OF
THIS WEEK WE HAD EVENING ACTIVITIES SUCH AS BOWLING AND
EXTREME WATER SPORTS TO HELP US, LIKE, BOND TOGETHER.
NEW SPEAKER: SO WHEN WE HAD DESIGNED MARTIN, WE WENT ON THIS
OUT CALL WEBCAST CALLED FINGER CAD AND WE DESIGNED THEM.
DESIGN THINGS WITH LIKE SHAPES AND THEN YOU PRINT IT OUT AND WE
WERE JUST WATCHING THE PRINTER LIKE DO LAYER BY LAYER.
NEW SPEAKER: 3-D PRINTING HOW IS IT DONE?
NEW SPEAKER: OUR GOAL WAS TO MAKE A ROBOT THAT WAS TO BE ABLE
TO BE SENT TO ADMINISTER A TEST FOR CHEMICAL AGENT TOWARD THE
SOLDIER, SO THE STEPS ARE NUMBER ONE OUTLINE THE DESIGN OF THE
ROBOT ON PAPER AND MOVE TO A 3-D MODEL ON FINGER CAD AND THEN WE
WOULD HAVE TO PRINT THE PROTOTYPE, TEST THE PROTOTYPE
AND THEN SUBMIT IT FOR MASS PRODUCTION.
NEW SPEAKER: OUTLINE DESIGN TO A ROBOT IS COMING UP WITH IDEAS
AND PLANS WHAT YOU’RE GOING TO BUILD BEFORE YOU BUILD IT IT
HAPPENS BEFORE PRINTING AND DESIGNING TO KNOW WHAT YOU’RE
GOING TO MAKE BEFORE YOU MAKE SOMETHING, TWO STUDENTS AUDREY
AND MILLY DREW MULTIPLE DESIGNS OF AN OLD-FASHIONED ROBOT.
THEY USED THIS STEP TO COMPLETE THIS STEP.
AFTER WE HAD DONE DOODLES FOR ROBOT WE HAD TO DESIGN IT ON
TINKER CAD WHICH IS THE PROGRAM WHERE YOU DESIGN MODELS AND
SHARE IT WITH OTHER PEOPLE. WHEN YOU’RE DESIGNING YOUR
MODELS YOU BUILD THEM OUT OF GEOMETRIC SHAPES WHICH IS WHAT
WE DID FOR MARTIN. ONCE YOU’VE DESIGNED YOUR MODEL
ON TINKER CAD YOU SLICE IT, SLICE IT INTO ONE MILLIMETER
LAYERS. THE REASON YOU HAVE TO DO THIS
IS THE PRINTER IS NOT ABLE TO COMPREHEND THE STRAIGHT TINKER
CAD MODEL ONCE YOU SPLIT IT INTO THREE-MILLIMETER LAYERS YOU’RE
READY TO PRINT. NEW SPEAKER: 3-D PRINTERS PRINT
IN AN XYZ FORMAT CALCULATES LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT TO PRINT
MARTIN WE HAD TO DOWNLOAD THE DESIGN ON TO THE PRINTER THIS
LETS THE PRINTER KNOW THE GENERAL IDEA OF THE DESIGN.
THE AMOUNT OF TIME THAT’S TAKEN TO ACTUALLY PRINT SOMETHING IS
CALCULATED BY THE SIZE OF THE PRODUCT.
NEW SPEAKER: AFTER WE 3-D PRINTED OUR ROBOT WE ASSURED
THAT MARTIN HAD TO DO WHAT HE WAS SUPPOSED TO DO.
SO WE TESTED HIS STRENGTH AND WEIGHT.
NEW SPEAKER: AS WE EDITED THE DESIGN, THE ORIGINAL MARTIN AS
WE TESTED IT WASN’T THE TOP WEIGHT WAS A LITTLE UNDERWEIGHT
SO WE ADDED LIKE A LITTLE, LIKE, YOU COULD
SAY SO BOTTOM WEIGHT WAS EQUAL WITH TESTING.
NEW SPEAKER: WHEN WE COMPLETED WE HAD TO SUBMIT HIM FOR MASS
PRODUCTION, MASS PRODUCTION IS WHEN MANY OF THE SAME THING IS
MADE OFTEN QUICKLY WITH MINIMAL HUMAN INVOLVEMENT IF WE CAN MASS
PRODUCE MARTIN WE CAN SEND AID TO THE SOLDIERS.
NEW SPEAKER: NEXT WE’LL HAVE THE RASPBERRY PI GROUP.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HI I’M EMILY FROM
VIRGINIA AND THIS IS THE RASPBERRY PI GROUP IT’S A SMALL
COMPUTER THAT CONNECTS TO A COMPUTER MONITOR OR TV AND USES
A STANDARD KEYBOARD AND MOUSE. THIS WEEK WE LEARNED HOW TO CODE
USING PYTHON AND WE USED IT TO CONTROL LED LIGHTS USING A BRED
BOARD, WIRES AND PUSH BUTTONS WE ALSO LEARNED HOW TO USE A PIANO
HAT AND SENSE HAT AND THE PROJECTS WE MADE ARE MAGIC
MIRROR AND PHOTO BOOTH. NEW SPEAKER: HELLO I’M TYLER
KENNY FROM MARYLAND. MAGIC MIRROR IS A RAHS PERRY PI
SMART MIRROR, MADE OUT OF A TWO-WAY ACRYLIC MIRROR AND
RASPBERRY PI WE MADE IT TO SHOW THE TIME AND WEATHER AND RECENT
NEWS AND COMPLEMENTS. THE MAGIC MIRROR CAN SHOW INFO
WHILE STILL SERVING AS A MIRROR. WE CODED THE RASPBERRY PIE USING
PYTHON. PYTHON IS AN OPEN SOURCE
COMPUTING LANGUAGE EASY TO LEARN AND SIMPLE TO USE.
NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS JUSTIN CLARK FROM WASHINGTON D.C.
SO WE MADE THIS PHOTO BOOTH FROM CARDBOARD TWO BINS AND RASPBERRY
PI HOW IT WORKS WHEN YOU PRESS THE BUTTON HERE WE’LL SHOW YOU
WHAT THE CAMERA SEES AND ONCE YOU WRITE YOU CAN PRESS THIS
BUTTON I’LL THEN TAKE THE PICTURE WE ALSO USED PYTHON TO
PROGRAM THE PHOTO BOOTH. NEW SPEAKER: HELLO MY NAME IS
AZERE RUSSELL I’M FROM CALIFORNIA ME AND MY TEAM WON A
TRIP TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE TO SEE HOW WE COULD USE — HOW WE COULD PROGRAM A
PROGRAM 3-D PRINTED ROBOTS USING A RASPBERRY PI.
DURING OUR TIME AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WE SAW
STUDENTS WORKING ON 3-D PRINTING ROBOTS BY USING CODING AND WE
SAW THE RESCUE ROBOT THAT USES THE RASPBERRY PI CENTERS AS ITS
COMPONENTS. NEW SPEAKER: I’M NADIA WILLIAMS
I LIVE IN VIRGINIA. THIS WEEK USING THE RASPBERRY PI
TO HELP US FIGURE OUT HOW TO HELP THE SOLDIER.
IN ORDER TO HELP THE SOLDIER WE NEED TENSION ON OUR ROBOT TO FOR
THE AGENT. THE MAIN SENSOR IS MOTION
SENSOR, CAMERA SPEAKER AND MICROPHONE AND OTHER SENSORS.
NEW SPEAKER: HELLO. MY NAME IS ROSWELL JAMES FROM
NEBRASKA MY JOB IS TO TALK ABOUT THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM.
THE GOAL OF THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM IS TO ESTABLISH THAT THE
ROBOT IS AN ALLY AND NOT AN ENEMY.
NEW SPEAKER: THE ROBOT WILL HAVE A LINK BETWEEN THE COMMAND,
THE CONTROL CENTER OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT AND THE ROBOT AND IT
WILL ALSO HAVE SPEAKERS SO THAT PEOPLE FROM THE COMMAND CENTER
CAN SPEAK TO THE SOLDIER AND THEY CAN WALK HIM THROUGH TAKING
A SAMPLE AND CALM HIS NERVES IF HE HAS ANY.
NEW SPEAKER: MAY NAME IS SIMON I’M FROM ALEXANDER VIRGINIA MY
JOB IN THE HYPOTHETICAL PROJECT WAS TO TAKE SAMPLES AND PERFORM
TESTS TO HOPEFULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT CHEMICAL AGENT WAS USED.
NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS LAUREN BROOKS I’M FROM ERIE COLORADO
AND OUR PLAN IS TO THEN TAKE THE SAMPLE AND SEND IT TO COMMAND
CENTER SO IT CAN BE TESTED AND SO THAT WE CAN SAVE THE SOLDIER
AND I’M FROM THE JONES GROUP. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, MY NAME IS SAMANTHA MILLHOF.
IN ORDER TO SUCCEED IN PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING YOU NEED TWO
THINGS, COOPERATION AND TEAMWORK.
ON SUNDAY WE EACH GOT A SLIP OF PAPER THAT WAS PART OF A BIGGER
PUZZLE WE HAD TO TALK TO EACH OTHER TO PUT TOGETHER TO FIGURE
OUT WHAT GROUP WE WERE IN. WE WERE IN THE DRONE GROUP.
LATER THAT DAY WE WENT TO WATER SPORTS AND KAYAKED IN TEAMS OF
TWO. WE HAD TO TALK TO EACH OTHER SO
WE WOULDN’T GO IN CIRCLES. NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. MY NAME IS ZERE WE STARTED OUR
DAY GOING TO HARPER COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISCUSSED THE HISTORY
APPLICATIONS OF A DRONE WE SPENT OUR TIME FLYING A DRONE USING
THE PARROT MOMBOW DRONE WHICH I THINK IS HAUNTED BECAUSE EVERY
SINGLE TIME I FLY IT IT SEEMS TO FIEND ITS WAY IN A BUSH.
ANYWAY WAYS, AFTER THAT WE TOOK OUR DRONES BACK INSIDE TRIED TO
PROGRAM THEM USING TINKER TO FIND A SIMPLE PATTERN LIKE A
TRIANGLE, IT WAS REALLY HARD BUT BY THE END OF THE DAY OUR
PATTERNS WORKED ALMOST 100% OF THE TIME.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M SETH AIKEN’S AND DAY THREE WAS AWESOME WE
ANALYZED THE PROGRAMS AND DISCUSSED THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
AND THE RESULT OF US WORKING ON THE TEAM WE WERE ABLE TO NARROW
DOWN EIGHT OF THE ORIGINAL DESIGNS TO FOUR.
AND AT THE END OF THE MORNING WE GATHERED UP MATERIALS TO — WE
GATHERED MATERIALS TO BUILD THE FOUR DESIGNS AND AFTER LUNCH WE
TESTED THE FOUR DESIGNS TO FINALIZE THE SOLUTION WE WERE
TESTED BY MARK AND JEFF WITH AN OBSTACLE COURSE.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M TARA AND ON WEDNESDAY WE WENT TO A FIELD
TRIP ON SMITHSONIAN AEROSPACE WE LEARNED ABOUT AVIATION WRIGHT
BROTHERS AND SPACE SHUTTLE LEADING TO THE MODERN
CAPABILITIES ADDITIONALLY EXPOSED TO THE HISTORY OF THE
APOLLO 11 MISSION THIS BEING THE 50th ANNIVERSARY, OUR KNOWLEDGE
OF THIS GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENT WAS FURRED BY THE APOLLO 11I MAX
MOVIE AND WE WATCHED THE SHOW. NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS JOEL
AND THIS HARD WORK THEY DID IT WASN’T WORK IF WE COULD HAVE
GOTTEN THE ROBOTS TO THE SOLDIERS.
NEW SPEAKER: HI, EVERYONE I’M CARROLL.
THE FIRST PART OF DESIGNING OUR SOLUTION WAS INDIVIDUALLY
BRAINSTORMING IDEAS TO PICK UP THE SOLDIER.
EACH PERSON DREW THEIR OWN LABEL DIAGRAM THAT THEY THOUGHT THEY
COULD USE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITH.
THESE MATERIALS USED AS PIPE CLEANERS PAPERCLIPS, CLOTHES
PINS, MAGNETS, MAGNET TAPE, SCISSORS, POPSICLE STICKS AND
TOY SOLDIERS, AFTER WE CREATED THE PROJECT TESTED THEM MULTIPLE
TIMES DECIDED WHICH ONE TO USE AS FINAL PROJECT HERE ARE THE
DESIGNS THAT WERE MADE. NEW SPEAKER: THESE ARE FOUR KEY
DESIGNS THE ONES THAT WORK THE BEST THE FIRST ONE IS HOOK AND
LOOP. WE PUT A HOOK ONTO THE DRONE AND
A LOOP ON TO THE SOLDIER WHICH DIDN’T WORK VERY WELL.
THE SOLDIER KEPT FALLING OVER WE REVERSED THAT WE PUT THE HOOK
UNDER THE SOLDIER LOOP UNDER THE DRONE BUT IT WAS TOO TOP HEAVY
TIPPING OVER WE DECIDED TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK CAME UP WITH A
STICKY COCOON WHICH IS WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE STUCK TO THE DRONE
MADE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO FLY WE COULD NOT FLY IT WE CAME UP WITH
ANOTHER IDEA PUTTING A MAGNET ON TO THE DRONE AND SOLDIER WHICH
WAS OUR FINAL PROJECT. NEW SPEAKER: HI, I’M ANNA
LOUISE, AND WE STARTED OFF BY CONNECTING THE DRONE TO TO THE
SOLDIER AND WE WOULD FLY THE ROBOT OUT TO THE POSSIBLY
AFFECTED SOLDIER WHERE THE ROBOT WAS PROGRAMMED BY RASPBERRY PI
FOR CHEMISTRY AND ONCE DOING ALL TESTING CONNECT TO THE SOLDIER
TO THE DRONE AND MAGNET ON THE SOLDIER, METAL HOOK ON THE DRONE
FLY THE SOLDIER OUT TO THE FIELD HOSPITAL WHERE IT WILL BE
FURTHER EXAMINED. NEW SPEAKER: LASTLY WE WOULD
LIKE TO THANK THE DOD FOR PROVIDING MONEY AND WITHOUT
THEIR HELP WE WOULDN’T BE GETTING THIS OPPORTUNITY AND
DURING THIS WEEK WE DID CHALLENGES IN CIRCLE AND STEM. NEW SPEAKER: THAT’S IT.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: I’M RILEY.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M HANNAH. NEW SPEAKER: I’M LOGAN.
THIS IS THE ENVIRONMENTAL WATER QUALITY RESEARCH GROUP ALSO
KNOWN AS DOVE Q. NEW SPEAKER: CURRENTLY THERE’S
SO MANY ONGOING EFFORTS TRYING TO IMPROVE THE WATER QUALITY OF
MANY WATER WAYS INCLUDING THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AND WATERSHED
THROUGHOUT THESE TWO WEEKS WE COLLECTED 11 WATER SAMPLES IN
AREAS OF HIGH HUMAN ACTIVITY AND TESTED THAT FOR NITRATES,
PHOSPHATES, AMMONIA, PH AND DISSOLVED OXYGEN.
NEW SPEAKER: FIRST FIELD TRIP WAS TO THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT
PLANT TOOK US THROUGH THE ENTIRE PROCESS BEGINS BY REMOVING SOLID
WASTE BEFORE IT GOES THROUGH SEVERAL MICROBIAL PROCESSES TO
REMOVE PHOSPHATES. THE WATERS COME IN DANGEROUS
LEVELS TO REGULATED AMOUNTS WE TOOK THE SAMPLE OF THE EFFLUENT
FOR THE SAMPLES AND BUSH RIVER AND EVEN THOUGH RESOURCES WERE
ONLY 20 FEET FROM EACH OTHER WE WERE INTERESTED IN SEEING THE
DIFFERENCE IN THESE CONTENTS. NEW SPEAKER: THE NEXT DAY WE
WANT TO ANNAPOLIS HARBOR TO GO OUT ON THE WATER WITH CHESAPEAKE
FOUNDATION. WE WENT OUT ON THE BAY
COLLECTING WATER SAMPLES LEARNING THE HISTORY AND ABOUT
THE ECOSYSTEM AND WILDLIFE AS WELL AS HOW WE ALL IMPACT THE
HEALTH OF THE BAY. THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION IS
AN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO SAVING THE BAY AND RESTORING IT
TO GOOD HEALTH THEY CONDUCT RESEARCH, HEAD CLEANUP EFFORTS
AND EDUCATE THE PUBLIC AND LEGISLATORS AND THEY CONCLUDED
OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS THE BAY HEALTH IS SLOWLY IMPROVING.
NEW SPEAKER: ON THE BOAT WE TESTED THE WATER AT VARIOUS
SPOTS FOR MANY DIFFERENT THINGS SUCH AS TURPIDITY, PH,
TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY AND PHOSPHATES BIG INDICATORS OF HOW
THE HEALTH OF THE BAY IS DOING. WE HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO COLLECT
OYSTERS CRABS AND FISH. THE OYSTERS WERE COLLECTED AND
PUT INTO A TUB OF WATER FROM THE BAY AND WE WATCHED HOW THEY
CLEAN THE WATER AND HOW THE OCEAN IS FILTERED AS LONG AS YOU
GOT CLOSE TO SOME OF THE ANIMALS MADE REALLY GOOD FRIENDS WITH
THEM, TOO. OUR THIRD AND FINAL FIELD TRIP
WAS TO TO THE SMITHSONIAN RESEARCH CENTER.
IT LEADS AREAS AROUND THE BAY AND TAKE WHAT THEY LEARN ADVISES
THE GOVERNMENT HOW TO MAINTAIN THE BAY WE TOOK THE FINAL SHORES
ON THE SHORE AND PIER AND RIVER AND WE BUILT ROVs OR REMOTELY
OPERATED VEHICLES, WHICH WE USED TO MEASURE LIGHT AND WATER
TEMPERATURE. ROVs ARE USED AQUATIC HABITATS
ALL OVER THE WORLD. NEW SPEAKER: FOR EACH OF THE
TESTS WE DID THE WATER WOULD TURN A DIFFERENT COLOR IF THE
MACRO NUTRIENTS PUBLISHED THEY WERE FROM THE EFFLUENT SHOWED
NOTICEABLE LEVELS OF NITRATES PHOSPHATES AMMONIA FIRST ONE
BRIGHT PINK BECAUSE OF HIGH LEVELS OF NITRATES NEXT TWO ARE
FROM AMMONIA TEST THE NEXT IS YELLOW DEICE AND WATER AND GREEN
CHANGED COLOR BECAUSE OF HIGH AMMONIA CONTENT BLUE IS
PHOSPHATE TEST AND LAST DILUTED RETEST OF THE NITRATES, THE
ORIGINAL SAMPLE WAS OUT OF THE RANGE OUR MACHINE COULD READ.
NEW SPEAKER: NIGHT AT ANY RATE LEVELS WERE IF IN TYPICAL THEY
CAN LEAD TO ALBUMENS AND FISH KILLS AND THE WATER COMING INTO
SOD RUN SATURATED WITH MACRO NUTRIENTS GO THROUGH A COMPLEX
PROCESS TO REMOVE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE AND AMMONIA HAS SIMILAR
EFFECTS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE IN SIMILAR HIGH AMOUNTS ALL OF OUR
TESTS WERE IN A SAFE RANGE WHICH IS GOOD BECAUSE ONCE AGAIN IT
CAN CAUSE ALL THE THINGS THAT NITROGEN CAUSES.
NEW SPEAKER: DISSOLVED OXYGEN IS NECESSARY FOR ALL ANIMALS
THAT BREATHE IN WATER. TOO LITTLE AMOUNT WILL DISTRESS
OR KILL MARINE LIFE. THE MINIMUM AMOUNT OF DISSOLVED
OXYGEN TO SUSTAIN LIFE THREE MILLIGRAMS PER LITER LUCKILY ALL
SAMPLES ABOVE THAT. NEW SPEAKER: THIS SHOWS THAT
ALL BUT TWO OF OUR SAMPLES FELL IN IDEAL RANGES AND AS WE
MENTIONED BEFORE SOD HAD THE HIGHEST RANGES BECAUSE BEFORE
COMING INTO LEVEL THEY HAD HIGH LEVELS OF MACRO NUTRIENTS AND
AFTER TREATMENT IT WAS ABLE TO AND THE FACT THAT IT WOULD BE
ABLE TO GET LOWERED TO ONE MILLIGRAM PER LIGHTER IS
INCREDIBLE SO IT CAN GO BACK TO THE BUSH RIVER AND ALL THE PHS
WERE AROUND SEVEN WHICH IS IDEAL FOR THE BASE ECOSYSTEM TO
THRIVE. THROUGHOUT THE TWO WEEKS WE WERE
ABLE TO FIND THAT ALL, THAT MOST OF THE AMMONIA PHOSPHATE NITRATE
LEVELS WERE IN SAFE RANGES AND HIGH HUMAN ACTIVITY LEADS TO
INCREASED AMOUNTS OF THESE MACRO NUTRIENTS BUT PROGRAMS SUCH AS
CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION ARE WORKING TOWARDS IMPROVING WATER
QUALITY. NEW SPEAKER: BASED ON THE TESTS
WE TOOK THIS YEAR THE BASE HEALTH IS IMPROVING BASED ON
WHAT WE HAVE FROM FIVE YEARS AGO.
AND THE DATA THAT WE HAVE COLLECTED.
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR
MENTOR DR. MORGAN MENYARD AND ALUMNAALUMNA.
NEW SPEAKER: THANK YOU TO LOUISE FOR TAKING PICTURES AND
COLT FOR DRIVING US AROUND AND THE ENTIRE JSTI FOR PUTTING ON
THIS PROGRAM. NEW SPEAKER: WE WANT TO THANK
THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION, THE SOD WATER TREATMENT PLANT
AND CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION, THE RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE
AMAZING EXPERIENCES AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
PROVIDED TO US THIS WEEK. NEW SPEAKER: THANK YOU TO
HARTFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOR LETTING US USE THEIR FACILITIES.
NEW SPEAKER: LASTLY WE WANT TO THANK DTRA AND DOD FOR
SPONSORING THIS EVENT. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: NOW OUR VIDEO THAT
THE VIDEOGRAPHY GROUP MADE. NEW SPEAKER: THIS IS WATER
QUALITY ANALYSIS WHAT THEY’RE DOING IS THEY’RE MEASURING
CERTAIN NUTRIENTS THAT YOU WOULD FIND IN THE BAY THAT COULD CAUSE
DETRIMENTAL HEALTH TO THE OVERALL ECOSYSTEM.
SO THEY’RE JUST TRYING TO CHECK THE DIFFERENT LEVELS AND SEE HOW
DIFFERENT MAIN ACTIVITIES SUCH AS WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
OR OPEN DEVELOPMENT IS AFFECTING THE OVERALL QUALITY OF THE BAY.
NEW SPEAKER: THEY’RE USING A HOT SPECTROMETER WHICH USES A
LIGHT SOURCE AND THEN DIFFERENT TYPES OF KITS WITH IT THAT GIVES
IT COLORATION AND THEY’RE ABLE TO MEASURE THE VARIATION IN
COLOR BASED ON CONTROL AND THAT WILL GIVE THEM THE READ-OUT.
NEW SPEAKER: RIGHT NOW WE’RE TESTING THE WATER SAMPLES WE
TOOK OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY OF THE BUSH RIVER AND SOD HARBOR
WE’RE TESTING PH LEVELS NITRATE AND PHOSPHATE LEVELS AND I
BELIEVE THE NITROGEN LEVELS AS WELL.
WE WENT TO A WASTE WATER CENTER IN HARTFORD COUNTY GOT OUR
SAMPLES FROM THE BUSH RIVER.
NEW SPEAKER: EVERY SINGLE YEAR EVERYBODY GETS SMARTER AND
ACTUALLY A LOT OF THESE STUDENTS HAVE SEEN THESE TECHNIQUES
LEARNED DIFFERENT TERMINOLOGIES I’VE BEEN INTRODUCING BEFORE
THEY EVEN COME TO THE CLASS. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: THERE IS A DOOR
THAT YOU WALK THAT YOU UNLOCK WITH A KEY OF IMAGINATION BEYOND
IT IS ANOTHER DIMENSION, A DIMENSION OF WIRES, A DIMENSION
OF LOOPS, A DIMENSION OF ROBOTS. YOU’RE MOVING INTO A LAND OF
BOTH MAN AND MACHINE OF METAL AND FLUSH.
YOU’VE JUST CROSSED OVER INTO THE ROBOT ZONE.
HELLO MY NAME IS WHITNEY DICKENS AND TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS THE
EVOLUTION OF ROBOTICS. HERE BEHIND ME IS ATHAN AND
VIRGINIA IT WILL EXHIBIT THE CAPABILITIES OF ROBOTS OVER
TIME. IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS ONE.
ONE JOINT. ONE FUNCTION.
THEY WERE SIMPLER TIMES BUT TIMES WITHOUT FREEDOM.
ROBOTS HAVE THIS ERA WHERE IT WAS SIMPLE REPETITIVE TASKS
ESPECIALLY WITHIN FACTORIES BUT THIS WOULD NOT LAST LONG.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M AN EXAMPLE OF A FACTORY ROBOT.
I HAVE ONE JOB. MOVING TIRES.
NEW SPEAKER: THE NEXT GENERATIONS WERE NOT AS SIMPLE.
THESE CREATIONS USE MORE JOINTS, MORE JOINTS MEANS MORE FREEDOM.
THESE ROBOTS COULD PERFORM COMPLEX TASKS ALTHOUGH SIMPLE
COMPARED TO MODERN ROBOTS THEY WERE CREATED TO PERFORM SIMPLE
TASKS INVOLVED MINIMAL HUMAN ROBOT.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M THE SIMPLE ROBOT DA VINCI ROBOT I HAVE NO
CORRECTIVE ALGORITHM. NEW SPEAKER: HE CANNOT THINK HE
HAS NO POWER TO DO ANYTHING FOR HIMSELF SO HE WILL STAY ON THE
GROUND. THE GENERATION OF ROBOTS
FOLLOWING THOSE WITH CODED OPTIONS ARE THOSE WITH PARTIAL
AUTONOMY STEMS FROM THE SENSORS TO CONTROLS OF ACTIONS.
THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE BOSTON DYNAMICS ROBO DOG.
SHE HAS CORRECTIVE ALGORITHMS AND SENSORS.
WHEN I PUSH HER SHE CAN GET BACK UP.
THE FINAL AND MOST MODERN GENERATIONS ARE THOSE WITH
MACHINE LEARNING. THESE ROBOTS CAN ADAPT TO THE
MISTAKES OF PAST GENERATIONS. THESE ROBOTS AFTER GENERATION
UPON GENERATION CAN BECOME PERFECT IN COMPLETING SAID TASKS
AND MAY 1 DAY TAKE OVER. NEW SPEAKER: WE WILL NOT BE
PUSHED DOWN, ATTACK. [LAUGHTER] [APPLAUSE] NOW WE’LL HAVE A VIDEO MADE BY
OUR AMAZING VIDEOGRAPHY GROUP OF OUR PROGRESS OVER THE PAST TWO
WEEKS. [MUSIC PLAYING] NEW SPEAKER: JASON I WAS WITH
ROBOTS IN ROBOTICS WE HAD TO HAVE A THING CALLED WALLY AND
CONTROLLER. WE ALREADY GOT TIE THE
CONTROLLER TO IT AND DO IT AND WE’LL HAVE A SAFARI, NOT AS EASY
AS I THOUGHT IT WAS. HAD A GOOD TIME.
NEW SPEAKER: FIRST THING I MAKE THEM DO THEY HAVE TO COME UP
WITH A DESIGN AND DRAW A PICTURE AND COME UP WITH WHAT FUNCTIONS
THEY WANT THE ROBOTS TO BE ABLE TO DO LIKE HAVE AN ARM TO PICK
UP BALLS OR MOVE BALLS OR EVEN HOLD BALLS SOMETIMES.
SO THEY HAVE TO COME UP WITH A DESIGN AND THEY GO THROUGH THE TROUBLESHOOTING PROCESS THAT IS
BUILDING ROBOTICS AND THEN AT THE END THEY COME UP WITH A
CODING ELEMENT TO START THE COMPETITION WITH A 30 SECOND
CODE PROCESS BEFORE MANUALLY.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: I’M LOGAN.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M JULIAN. NEW SPEAKER: I’M LAURA.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M MARK. NEW SPEAKER: I’M CARLENE.
NEW SPEAKER: SHIPPING IS ROUGH. WE ALL KNOW SOMEBODY WHO HAS
BEEN A VICTIM OF OR A VICTIM OURSELVES OF A PACKAGE BROKEN IN
TRANSIT. IN THE MILITARY IT’S NO
DIFFERENT THAT’S ONE OF THE PROBLEMS WE FACED IN MILITARY
PACKAGING AND RAPID PROTOTYPING.
WE ARE RAPID PROTOTYPING AND MILITARY PACKAGING OF MILITARY
TECHNOLOGIES IN THESE PAST TWO WEEKS WE LEARNED A COMPLEX
PROCESS THAT GOES TO THOSE MILITARY TECHNOLOGIES PACKAGING
THEM SHIPPING THEM TO WILDFIRES ALL OVER THE WORLD.
A QUICK OVERVIEW OF OUR PROJECT WE ATTACHED A STATIC DETECTOR TO
ASSIST THE WAR FIGHTER AT THE BIOLOGICAL CBC.
WE FOLLOWED AN ALTERNATIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS
DESIGN BUILD TEST AND PACKAGE. WE WERE REQUIRED TO BUILD A
STATIC DETECTION DEVICE WITH THE VOLUME OF NO MORE THAN 16 CUBIC
INCHES ADDED ON OFF SWITCH FOR EASE OF USE REINFORCED THE
ANTENNA DUE TO BREAKAGE IN THE FIELD AND DESIGNED THE PACKAGE
AROUND IT TO KEEP IT SAFE. NEW SPEAKER: ONE VERY IMPORTANT
PART OF THE PROJECT WAS MAKING SURE IT WAS VERY USABLE AND
FEASIBLE FOR THE WAR FIGHTER TO USE.
ONE WAY WE DID THIS WAS BY MAKING IT A LOT LIGHTER AND A
LOT SMALLER THAT WAY IT DID NOT HINDER THEM SO THEY WOULDN’T
HAVE TO CARRY A LARGE OBJECT. NEW SPEAKER: THE FIRST STEP OF
THE DESIGN PROCESS IS BRAINSTORMING.
WE USE POST NOTES A WHITEBOARD AND SOME GROUP DISCUSSION TO
BASICALLY GET OUR IDEAS OUT IN THE OPEN AND WE PERSONALLY
SELECTED THE IDEAS THAT WE FAVORED THE MOST AND INTEGRATED
THEM INTO OUR DESIGN. NEW SPEAKER: SO THE TOP PICTURE
YOU CAN SEE LAURA AND I SHOWING OFF OUR SKETCH AND DISCUSSING
THE COMPONENTS OF IT TO THE ENTIRE GROUP AND IN THE BOTTOM
PICTURE YOU CAN SEE US ALL HUDDLED AROUND A WHITEBOARD
WHERE WE POSTED POST IT NOTES THAT HAD ALL OUR IDEAS ON IT WE
CALLED IT THE BRAIN DUMP. NEW SPEAKER: IN ORDER TO
CONVERT OUR SKETCHES INTO PHYSICAL DEVICES WE USED A CAD
SOFTWARE CALLED SOLID WORKS. FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF
THESE MODELS WE PRINTED THE FIGURES IN CBC MAKER SPACE OUT
OF ABS PLASTIC. IN THE TOP PICTURE IS ONE OF THE
INTERNS HELPING CARLENE DESIGN HER 3-D SKETCH AND SOLID WORKS
AND THE BOTTOM PICTURE IS HER 2D DESIGN WHICH FEATURES HER
TRIANGULAR SHAPE. NEW SPEAKER: ANOTHER VERY
IMPORTANT PART OF THE PROJECT WAS A WORKING CIRCUIT BOARD.
IN ORDER TO DO THIS WE WOULD HAVE TO HOOK UP THE WIRES USING
SOLDERING AND MAKE SURE IT WAS ABLE TO SENSE THE STATIC AND
LIGHT UP THE LED. THIS WAS ABLE TO MAKE OUR FINAL
DEVICE FUNCTIONAL. NEW SPEAKER: IN THE TOP YOU CAN
SEE ME BUILDING MY CIRCUIT BOARD IN ORDER TO GET MY DEVICE
WORKING. IN THE BOTTOM YOU CAN SEE JULIAN
HAVING AN ABSOLUTE BLAST FINISHING UP SOME SOLDER POINTS.
NEW SPEAKER: FINALLY, WE TESTED THE RUGGEDNESS OF OUR DEVICES.
OUR DETECTORS WENT THROUGH A SERIES OF TESTS FIRST WE TEST
TODAY SEE VIBRATION WITH THE, IF THE DEVICE WOULD SURVIVE THROUGH
VIBRATION AND MADE SURE ANTENNAS WERE STRONG ENOUGH BY PULLING
THEM DOWN AND STATIC DETECTION EVALUATION.
IMAGE ON THE LEFT DEPICTS THE ANTENNA WHICH CONSISTS OF 200
GRAMS OF WEIGHT PULLING ON THE AN NEN NAS FOR TWO MINUTES AND
THE RIGHT IT’S THE VIBRATION OCCURRING.
NEW SPEAKER: AND WE WERE FREE TO DESIGN IT AS WE WANTED TO AND
WE HAD ACCESS TO FILAMENT AND FIBER BOARD AND WE NEEDED TO
MAKE SURE THE PACKAGE WOULD SURVIVE INTENSE MILITARY
TESTING. ANOTHER VERY IMPORTANT PART OF
THE DESIGN WAS THE PACKAGE ITSELF.
WE ENDED UP MAKING HARD EXTERIORS AS SEEN ON THE LEFT WE
HAVE MARKED SAFELY CUTTING A CARDBOARD TUBE FOR THE EXTERIOR
ON THE RIGHT WE HAVE CARLENE CUTTING FOAM.
WE TESTED THE PACKAGING BY DROPPING IT EIGHT TIMES FROM
DIFFERENT ORIENTATIONS AT SIX FEET AND DID A 20-MINUTE
VIBRATION TEST SIMULATES 100 MILES ROUGH ROAD ON THE BACK OF
A TRUCK FULL WATER SUBMERSION AND STATIC DISCHARGE TEST.
NEW SPEAKER: THIS IS A VIBRATION TEST LITERALLY MADE TO
MAKE IT TUMBLE AROUND IF IT COULD SURVIVE THAT
TRANSPORTATION. DONE TWICE TEN MINUTES LATER AND
AS THEY SAID 100 MILES OFF ROAD. NEW SPEAKER: ALL PACKAGES
SURVIVED THIS AND WE HAVE THE CYLINDRICAL DESIGN AND.
NEW SPEAKER: MINE WAS PRISM, DIFFICULTY WAS MAKING IT LOOK
3-D. NEW SPEAKER: AND WE HAVE THE
TELESCOPING ANTENNA YOU CAN PULL OUT SO THE SCOPE OF THE RADIUS
WAS BIGGER. NEW SPEAKER: MY DEVICE IS THE
BLACK CYLINDER WITH A SCREW CAP ENCLOSURE.
NEW SPEAKER: MINE WAS THE RECTANGULAR PRISM RIGHT ONE DIFFICULTY WAS
THE LID BREAKING. NEW SPEAKER: BEFORE WE END THE
PRESENTATION WE WANT TO THANK ORISE, DTRA AND EVERYONE THAT
MADE IT THIS POSSIBLE. AND JSTI AND OUR MENTORS AND THE
ENTIRE STAFF AND THE AMAZING 100 PLUS MELVIN BEST RT HERE.
THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE]
UP NEXT WE’LL HAVE A VIDEO BY OUR AMAZING VIDEOGRAPHY TEAM.
THANK YOU. [MUSIC PLAYING]
NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS LOGAN I’M IN MILITARY PACKAGING AND
RAPID PROTOTYPING WE’RE DESIGNING BUILDING AND TESTING
AN ELECTRIC STATIC SENSOR FOR WAR FIGHTERS TO DECREASE FIRE
HAZARDS AROUND EXPLOSIVES AND FLAMMABLES FIRST DESIGN PROCESS
IS BRAINSTORMING FINDING THE BEST IDEAS TO CREATE THE MOST
AESTHETIC ANSWER WITH THE GREATEST CAPABILITIES.
AFTER THAT WE WORKED WITH INTERNS HERE AT CBC TO PUT, USE
A CAD SYSTEM THAT’S PUT OUR DESIGNS INTO SOLID WORKS.
NEW SPEAKER: WE THEN LATER CREATED THE ELECTRONIC SYSTEM
THAT WOULD BE THE INTERNALS OF OUR STATIC DETECTOR.
NEW SPEAKER: THE FINAL STEP OF THIS PROCESS WAS WE PACKAGED
THESE ELECTRIC STATIC SENSORS TO SHIP TO OUR WAR FIGHTERS IN
PERFECT CONDITION. NEW SPEAKER: WE JUST TRIED
HELPING EACH OTHER THROUGHOUT IT MAKING SURE THAT EVERYBODY’S
DESIGN WAS WORKING, FUNCTIONAL AND DIDN’T BREAK AT ALL.
NEW SPEAKER: ONE OF THE COOLEST THINGS WE DID WAS I LEARNED HOW
TO SOLDER AND DESIGN CIRCUIT BOARDS, WHICH I HAD NEVER DONE
BEFORE, AND IT WAS NICE TO BE ABLE TO KNOW THAT I CAN FIX MY
OWN ELECTRONICS IF SOMETHING WERE TO BREAK.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HELLO.
AT THIS TIME WE’LL TAKE A 15-MINUTE BREAK IF YOU WOULD GO
AHEAD AND THE RESTROOMS ARE OUT TO YOUR LEFT AND THERE SHOULD BE
SOME WATER FOR YOUR THIRST, IF YOU’RE THIRSTY. NEW SPEAKER: LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN, WE WILL GET PREPARED TO START BACK UP AGAIN IN THE
NEXT FIVE MINUTES. IF YOU WILL TAKE YOUR SEATS SO
WE CAN GET STARTED. THANK YOU KINDLY. NEW SPEAKER: ALL RIGHT.
I’M READY TO GO. CAN I GET EVERYBODY’S ATTENTION.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. ALL RIGHT.
WE’RE THE VIDEOGRAPHY GROUP AND TODAY WE’RE GOING TO BE
COMPARING THE HUMAN EYE AND THE CAMERA LENS.
LIKE THE PHONE CAMERA LENS AND A HUMAN EYE.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M AUTUMN COOK. NEW SPEAKER: I’M CHLOE AND I’M
ANDREW AND I’M ERIC. NEW SPEAKER: SO HUMANS RELY
MAINLY ON SIGHT. WE OBSERVE THINGS WITH OUR SIGHT
WITH OUR EYES RIGHT NOW YOU GUYS ARE OBSERVING US PRESENTING TO
YOU GUYS OBSERVATIONS. SLIDES GUYS.
OUR EYES AREN’T PERFECT. THEY SEE THINGS LIKE ILLUSIONS
AND SOMETIMES YOU MAY SEE THINGS, THINGS ARE JUST OUR EYES
SOMETIMES THEY GET TRICKED OUT THEY MAKE MISTAKES, THEY’RE
NATURAL, THEY’RE EYES THEY MAKE MISTAKES.
AND NOW THERE’S THINGS LIKE CAMERA ADJUSTMENTS.
WITH OUR CAMERAS THEY MAKE ADJUSTMENTS.
YOU CAN TURN UP BRIGHTNESS, THIS IS WITH A CAMERA LENS YOU CAN
TURN UP BRIGHTNESS TO MAKE THINGS BETTER YOU CAN PUT
FILTERS ON THINGS. SO NOW WHAT WE DID IS WE
DOCUMENTED THE VIDEO YOU SAW AFTER PEOPLE’S PRESENTATIONS WE
DOCUMENTED THOSE THOSE ARE THE STORIES WE’VE TOLD WE’VE TOLD
STORIES LIKE STEM THINGS LIKE WE SHOW EVERYBODY’S STORY.
WE’VE DONE THAT AND WE’RE PROUD OF THAT.
NEW SPEAKER: CAMERAS CREATE IMAGES THAT CAN BE HELD.
PHOTOS THAT WILL LAST LIFETIMES. WHILE THE IMAGES WE GET FROM OUR
EYES GET STORED IN OUR BRAINS TO BE FORGOTTEN.
NEW SPEAKER: BOTH ARE VERY SIMILAR, THOUGH, FROM A
STRUCTURAL STANDPOINT OUR IRISES CONTROL THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT
HANGING THE AREA. WE FOCUS AUTOMATICALLY AND OUR
BRAINS FILL IN THE EMPTY SPOTS FOR IMAGES WE MISS.
CAMERAS ALSO HAVE EQUIPMENT TO DO THIS BUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
NEEDS TO FOCUS THE ADJUSTMENT AND THE EYE AND THE FOCUS WOULD
FIX ANYTHING THAT THE PHOTOGRAPHER DIDN’T CATCH AND
THE DESIGNER WOULD HAVE TO CREATE AN ACCURATE DESIGN.
BECAUSE EVEN THOUGH YOU DON’T KNOW IT, CAMERAS IMAGES ARE THE
FIRST, ARE FIRST UPSIDE DOWN AND BACKWARDS.
NEW SPEAKER: WE SET OUT WITH THREE CAMERAS TO CREATE A
SETTING A SETTING THAT EVERYONE SEES EVERY DAY BUT WE FORCE THEM
TO SEE IT HOW WE WANT THEM TO. WE USE A D.J. I GAMBLE GO PRO
HERO 6 AND NIKON. FIRST WE HAVE THE NIKON.
THE NIKON HAS MANY SETTINGS FOR FOCUSING AND FOR LIGHTING FOR
AREAS AROUND YOU WITH CERTAIN ASPECTS YOU’RE ABLE TO SEE WHAT
THE CAMERA SEES WITHOUT A DELAY. THIS IS IDEAL FOR THINGS LIKE
SPORTS AND LOW LIGHT SHOOTING. THEN WE HAVE THE GO PRO HERO 6.
A GO PRO IS A SMALL CAMERA THAT IS REALLY GOOD AT GETTING LOW
GROUND VIEW FOOTAGE FIT IN SMALL PLACES WHERE BIGGER CAMERAS
CAN’T FIT. UNFORTUNATELY THE GO PROCEED HAS
NO IMAGE STABILIZATION FINALLY WE HAVE THE D.J. I GAMBLE IT HAS
THREE MOTORS AND ABLE TO MOVE UP/DOWN LEFT AND RIGHT.
ITS PURPOSE IS TO PRODUCE A STEADY VIDEO.
ITS DRAWBACK THOUGH IT CANNOT ZOOM IN OR OUT.
ONCE WE HAD OUR MATERIALS AND OUR KNOWLEDGE FOR BOTH THE EYES
AND THE CAMERA, WE HAD TO PERFORM OUR EXPERIMENT.
IT STUMPED US FOR A COUPLE DAYS BUT THEN WE CAME TO THE
CONCLUSION OF TWO IMAGES. SO THE IMAGES ARE EXACTLY THE
SAME BUT WE’VE CHANGED THE FOCUS ON BOTH OF THEM.
THE FIRST IMAGE IS THE PICTURE OF A PURPLE FLOWER IN FOCUS.
PEOPLE WHO LIKE THIS ONE LIKE THAT IT WAS SIMPLISTIC, THAT IT
WAS THE IDEA THAT WHAT WAS IN FRONT IS WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT.
AND THE SECOND ONE WAS IN FOCUS AT THE BACKGROUND.
PEOPLE LIKED THIS ONE BECAUSE IT SHOWED MORE OF THE PICTURE AND
THAT IT DIDN’T HAVE THE AWKWARD FRAMING OF THE FIRST ONE EVEN
THOUGH THAT ONE WAS MORE PREFERRED BY THOSE WE ASKED.
AND SUDDENLY OUR EXPERIMENT STARTED TO FOCUS MORE ON THE
SUBJECT’S VIEWPOINTS RATHER THAN THE TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS WE HAD
BEEN FOCUSING ON BEFORE. WE REALIZED AS PHOTOGRAPHERS AND
AS EDITORS THAT WE CAN CHANGE THE PERSPECTIVES OF THOSE AROUND
US WE CAN MAKE THEM SEE THE BIG PICTURE OR MAKE THEM FOCUS ON
THE LITTLE THINGS, EITHER WAY WE CAN MAKE THEM SEE THE HUMAN
ASPECTS EVEN IN PICTURES THEY DON’T TAKE THEMSELVES AND
SUDDENLY WE’RE PRESENTED WITH THIS THING WHERE SCIENCE, YES,
HAS ALL THE FACTS AND WE NEED TO FIND SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS BUT THE
SOLUTION IS ALSO FOUND WHEN WE HAVE CREATIVITY IN THAT.
SO EVEN THOUGH THE CAMERA TAKES THE PICTURE, ISN’T IT THE HUMAN
EYE THAT SEES THE BEAUTY IN IT? THIS IS VIDEOGRAPHY, WE’D LIKE
TO THANK OUR MENTORS GARY AND SHARON FOR BEING AWESOME AND
EVERYBODY ELSE FOR LETTING US FOLLOW THEM AROUND ALL DAY AND
SEE WEIRDOS. THANKS.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: NOW WE’RE GOING TO
PLAY BLOOPERS FOR YOU GUYS. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THEM; THEY’RE
PRETTY FUNNY. [MUSIC PLAYING] NEW SPEAKER: I DON’T EVEN KNOW
WHAT WE’D DO IN CLASS. SORRY.
NEW SPEAKER: I DON’T KNOW. I DON’T KNOW.
NEW SPEAKER: I’M JOSIE FROM 3-D PRINTING WITH MICHAEL.
I GET TO ASK THE QUESTIONS. NEW SPEAKER: YOU KEEP GOING
THROUGH IT AND WE CREATED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND USED THESE
CIRCUITS — I DON’T KNOW. NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS KYRA
AND I WAS WORKING ON A STRATOSHAKER FORM.
NEW SPEAKER: HI SHARON HOW ARE YOU DOING TODAY.
TESTING, ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR.
[MUSIC PLAYING] .
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: NOW, THAT’S A
TOUGH VIDEO TO FOLLOW. ALL RIGHT.
MY NAME IS MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD I’M A SCIENCE TEACHER FROM
CARLIN, NEVADA. I TEACH LIFE SCIENCE, EARTH
SCIENCE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE. OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS — OVER THE PAST TWO
WEEKS I’VE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF WORKING AT THE U.S.
ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL DEFENSE WORKING WITH
DR. ROCKWOOD TO FIND A INTRA MUSCULAR DMTS TO CURE SIGH NIGHT
POISONING IT WAS DONE WITH MICE OR DMTS.
IT WAS DONE TWICE WITH TWO FORMULATIONS AND IT WAS REALLY
KIND OF CRAZY COOL. THE FIRST STEP WAS WE HAD TO
WEIGH OUT THE MICE. THIS IS BECAUSE THE INJECTION OF
CYANIDE AND THE INJECTION OF DMTS WERE BOTH DEPENDENT ON THE
WEIGHT OF THE MOUSE. AFTER WE WEIGHED THEM OUT WE
THEN GAVE THEM ONE OF TWO INJECTIONS.
THE FIRST ONE BEING A SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTION OF
CYANIDE FOLLOWED UP WITHIN A MINUTE OF AN INJECTION OF DMTS.
THE SECOND ONE WAS AGAIN SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTION OF
CYANIDE FOLLOWED BY WHAT THEY CALLED THE VEHICLE.
AND THE VEHICLE WAS PRIMARILY WATER AND ALCOHOL.
BUT WHAT IT DOES IS IT ALLOWS THE DMTS TO MOVE FROM POINT A TO
POINT B. JUST LIKE A CAR WOULD MOVE
HUMANS. BUT IN THIS CASE IT’S DMTS,
POINT A BEING THE SYRINGE, POINT B BEING THE MOUSE.
NOW WITH THIS EXPERIMENT THERE WAS ONE OF TWO OUTCOMES.
THE MOUSE WOULD LIVE AND WE’D BE HAPPY.
OR THE MOUSE WOULD PASS ON, AND WE WOULD KEEP IT FOR STUDYING
LATER. WE WOULD GATHER ALL THIS DATA,
TESTING QUITE A FEW MICE. AND PUT IT INTO A COMPUTER
PROGRAM THAT WOULD THEN TELL US THE NEXT DOSAGE AMOUNT DEPENDING
ON WHETHER THE MOUSE LIVED OR DIED, AS WELL AS COMPILING SOME
PRETTY KIND OF COOL GRAPHS IF YOU’RENERDY LIKE ME.
THE GRAPH THAT WILL BE POPPING UP HERE SHORTLY IS THE SAFETY
STUDY GRAPH TESTING THE TOXICITY OF THIS FORMULATION OF DMTS.
IF YOU LOOK AT THE GRAPH THE POSITIVE SLOPE OR INCREASING
DOSAGE AMOUNTS MEANS THE MICE LIVED WHEN THE SLOPE GOES
NEGATIVE OR THE DOSES GO DOWN, THE MICE WERE DYING.
NOW, THE BIG QUESTION FOR US IS WHAT ARE WE GOING TO TAKE BACK
TO THE CLASSROOM? AND OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS,
WE’VE DONE A LOT. WE’VE SEEN A LOT.
SO SHORT ANSWER IS I’M TAKING BACK A LOT.
THE MAIN THING IS MY PROWESS AS A MASTER MICE RING LEADER BUT
UNFORTUNATELY I DON’T THINK THAT WILL HELP ME IN THE CLASSROOM
THAT MUCH. WHAT WILL BE HELPING ME IN THE
CLASSROOM IS SOMETHING A LITTLE LESS TANGIBLE LIKE PERSISTENCE,
KNOWING THAT NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU PLAN A SCIENCE PROCEDURE
EXPERIMENT OUT, IT CAN GO WRONG. YOU DON’T JUST GET TO STOP AND
CALL IT QUITS. YOU HAVE TO GO BACK AND RETHINK
IT. THE FACT THAT MISS FRISEL WAS
RIGHT IN SCIENCE YOU HAVE TO TAKE CHANCES AND DO THINGS RIGHT
AND THE CHANCES ARE YOU’RE GOING TO GET MESSY.
MICE ARE INCREDIBLY MESSY, FYI. ONE OF THE LARGER THINGS IS NOT
TO BE AFRAID TO ASK QUESTIONS. IN THE LAB, I WORKED WITH THREE
PH.D.S, TWO MASTERS DEGREES AS LAB TECHS.
THERE’S A LOT OF KNOWLEDGE THERE AND THE BEST WAY FOR ME TO GET
THAT KNOWLEDGE WAS TO ASK THE QUESTION WHY, HOW, WHEN, WHAT.
IF I DIDN’T DO THAT, I WOULDN’T HAVE LEARNED.
MY STUDENTS AND THE STUDENTS OUT THERE SHOULD LEARN FROM THIS,
TOO, AND ALWAYS ASK THOSE QUESTIONS.
THE LAST THING I LEARNED AND I’M TAKING BACK TO THE CLASSROOM IS
HUMILITY. LIKE I’VE MENTIONED THERE WAS A
LOT OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE ROOM I WAS WORKING IN.
I HAD THE LEAST AMOUNT OF EDUCATION AND A LOT OF UNKNOWN.
SO IT PUT ME IN THE POSITION OF MY STUDENTS.
I DIDN’T KNOW; THEY DID, AND I HAD TO TAKE A SECOND AND GO WHOA
I’M NOT A TEACHER, I AM A STUDENT.
I HAVE TO STEP BACK, LISTEN INSTEAD OF TRYING TO TALK SO
MUCH. I’D LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO DR.
ROCKWOOD AND HIS LAB. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE INVOLVED,
JSTI, ORISE, EVERYONE, IT’S BEEN AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE AND I
WOULD LIKE TO SAY I MICHAEL BLOOMFIELD AND THANK YOU FOR
ATTENDING MY TEDTALK. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: RAISE YOUR HAND IF
YOU THINK OR HAVE EVER THOUGHT THAT YOU WOULD NEVER USE MATH IN
REAL LIFE. WELL, SORRY TO BREAK IT TO YOU,
BUT ACTUALLY MATH IS USED A LOT MORE IN OUR DAILY LIVES THAN WE
THINK. GOOD MORNING.
I’M ANDRE FROM OREGON. NEW SPEAKER: I’M PATRICK SMITH
FROM VIRGINIA. NEW SPEAKER: I’M CARLOS
CISNEROS FROM TEXAS. NEW SPEAKER: I’M KYRA FROM
MARYLAND WE’RE THE MATH MODELING GROUP IN THIS PRESENTATION WE
WILL BE TEACHING YOU HOW MATH IS APPLIED IN EVERYDAY LIFE AND
WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS AT JOINT SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE IN ABERDEEN MARYLAND.
THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TODAY AND WE HOPE YOU ENJOY AND
HOPEFULLY LEARN SOMETHING NEW. NEW SPEAKER: SO, THERE ARE TWO
TYPES OF FUNDAMENTAL MATH THAT WE EXPLORED DURING OUR TWO WEEKS
AND THAT WAS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS.
PROBABILITY IS THE LIKELIHOOD THAT AN EVENT WILL OCCUR UNDER A
GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES WHILE STATISTICS IS THE EVALUATION
INTERPRETATION OF NUMERICAL DATA BASIC TANGIBLE EXAMPLE OF
FUNDAMENTAL MATH. WHILE STUDYING FUNDAMENTAL MATH
WE USED TWO EQUATIONS PERMUTATIONS AND BINOMIAL
THEOREM. PERMUTATIONS INCLUDE N AN ACTUAL
POPULATION AND R THE SPECIALIZED POPULATION.
BINOMIAL THEOREM INCLUDES THE TOTAL NUMBER OF TRIALS, K, THE
NUMBER OF SUCCESSFUL TRIALS AND, P, THE PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS K
ON ANY TRIALS. WITH THIS INFORMATION, WE MADE A
GRAPH THAT REPRESENTS LET’S MAKE A DEAL A GAME SHOW YOU GUYS
SHOULD KNOW. PLAYERS CHOOSE A DOOR AND THEY
DECIDE TO SWITCH OR STAY WITH A DOOR.
TRIALS WERE RAN AND THE LIKELIHOOD OF WINNING WAS
CALCULATED AFTER CALCULATING THE DATA IF YOU SWITCH THE DOORS YOU
HAVE A HIGHER CHANCE OF WINNING THE PRIZE.
NEW SPEAKER: EXPERIMENTATION IN THE SCIENCE IS A CRITICAL PART
IN ANY SCIENTIFIC PROCESS. IN THIS IMAGE WE’RE RUNNING
MULTIPLE TRIALS USING A STATIC GROUP.
OUR GROUP CREATED A GOAL WHICH WAS HITTING A TARGET WITH AS
MUCH ACCURACY AND PRECISION AS POSSIBLE.
THE IDEA OF IMPERFECT MUTATION IS ONE CAN COUNT PART OF A
POPULATION BUT NOT THE WHOLE. IN THIS EXAMPLE ONLY SOME OF THE
ELEPHANTS ARE VISIBLE. THE WHOLE POPULATION CANNOT BE
OBSERVED WHICH MAKES THIS UNDERESTIMATED.
WE THEN INSERTED THE THREE EQUATIONS MENTIONED EARLIER IN
THE PROGRAM CALLED R. R IS A LANGUAGE OF CODE USED BY
MATHEMATICIANS WORLDWIDE. ONE WAY R IS USED IS FOR
CALCULATING POPULATIONS AS WELL AS IT IS USED IN A MORE
SIMPLISTIC WAY SUCH AS A CALCULATOR.
NEW SPEAKER: ONE OF THE SIMULATIONS OUR GROUP LEARNED
ABOUT OVER THESE TWO WEEKS IS THE MARKOV PROCESS A MODEL THAT
TRANSITIONS THROUGH A SERIES OF STATES IN WHICH THE PROBABILITY
OF TRANSITIONING TO FUTURE STATES IS UNIQUELY DETERMINED BY
THE CURRENT STATE. LIKE THIS EXAMPLE OF WEATHER.
A GOOD WAY TO LOOK AT ANOTHER MARKOV PROCESS EPIDEMIC IS
THROUGH SUSCEPTIBLE AFFECTED EXPOSED STATES OF BEING THE COME
PARTIBLE MODEL SEER AND IT CAN AFFECT THE SPREAD OF A DISEASE.
OUR VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF THE SEER MODEL TOOK PLACE IN POLAND
AFTER CHOOSING INFLUENZA SMALLPOX AND YES EVEN A ZOMBIE
VIRUS WE WATCHED AS MARKOV PROCESS PLAYED OUT ON MASSIVE
SCALE AND WE COULD MODIFY THE SETTINGS TO CREATE CUSTOM
EPIDEMICS THAT COULD WREAK HAVOC OR NOT DEPENDING ON THE POWER OF
PROBABILITY. NEW SPEAKER: DISEASE SPREAD IS
AN EXAMPLE OF CBRN HAZARD ALL DISASTER DEPLOYMENTS INVOLVED
CBRN HAZARDS WHICH ARE CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL RADIOLOGICAL AND
NUCLEAR HAZARDS. THESE HAZARDS ARE EXTREMELY
DANGEROUS TO THE HUMAN POPULATION WHICH IS WHY IT IS
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT WE’RE AWARE OF THESE HAZARDS AND HOW
WE ARE AFFECTED BY THEM. THERE ARE FOUR MAIN TYPES OF
HAZARDS CHEMICAL HAZARDS INCLUDE TOXIC CHEMICAL FLAMMABLES BASIS
AND BIOLOGICAL INCLUDE BACTERIA, VIRUSES AND PARASITES.
RADIATION AND NUCLEAR HAZARDS INVOLVE NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS,
NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND RADIATION DEVICES.
SO THESE HAZARDS ARE WHY PROGRAMS LIKE THE HAZARD
PREVENTION AND ASSESSMENT CAPABILITIES PROGRAM HPAC
EXISTS. HPAC WORKS WITH DIFFERENT TOOLS
LIKE WEATHER, TERRAIN AND JUST DIFFERENT TOOLS TO CREATE A
SIMULATION OF WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF A CBRN ATTACK WERE TO OCCUR.
WE ARE THEN ABLE TO PREPARE FOR THESE ATTACKS AND DEVELOP PLANS
TO GET AHEAD OF THE PROBLEM BEFORE IT OCCURS.
THIS POWERFUL TOOL ALONG WITH THE OTHER IMPORTANT CONCEPTS WE
LEARNED DURING OUR TIME AT JSTI ARE WHY, ARE IMPROVING OUR
FUTURES AS STUDENTS AND COUNTRY AS A WHOLE.
THANK YOU SO MUCH TO DR. RONALD HAND, DARNELL GARDNER, MIKE AND
DR. TOM AND DOMINIC AND JANIE AND NURAM AND EVAN.
WE APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY PROVIDED BY HARPER COMMUNITY
COLLEGE THE OAK RIDGE SUPER SCIENCE EDUCATION AND DEFENSE
JOINT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY FOR CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
BECAUSE OF YOU WE CANNOT WAIT TO ENTER THE STEM WORKFORCE.
THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE]
NEW SPEAKER: NOW PLEASE ENJOY A SHORT MONTAGE OF OUR GROUP FROM
THE VIDEOGRAPHY GROUP OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS.
NEW SPEAKER: MY NAME IS KYRA WORKING ON THE STRAT PUT
PROJECT. IT WAS TO LAUNCH AND HIT A
TARGET AND WITHIN THAT PROJECT YOU HAVE THE STRATAPULT AND THE GROUP
ATTACHED A RUBBER BAND CREATED TENSION OBVIOUSLY AND WE
DISCOVERED AN ANGLE THAT WOULD BE ABLE TO LAUNCH, THAT WE WOULD
PASS THE LAUNCH AN OBJECT FROM IN ORDER TO HIT A CERTAIN TARGET
AND THEN WE WERE ABLE TO ADJUST WHERE THE RUBBER BAND ON LIKE
THE DIFFERENT POLES IN ORDER TO CREATE THE PERFECT TENSION.
WE DON’T WANT IT TO MOVE OR TOO TIGHT YOU WANT IT RIGHT IN THE
MIDDLE. WHAT WE DISCOVERED IS HAVING THE
RUBBER BAND IN A STRAIGHT LINE IN PROPORTION TO THE TUBE HOLDS
THE BEST TENSION, IT WAS LIKE ON A DIAGONAL.
WE ORIGINALLY STARTED IT. WE HIT IT IN OUR SECOND TRIAL
WHICH WAS ACTUALLY PRETTY COOL. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HI I’M BARBIE FROM
PENNSYLVANIA. I’M GOING TO CHALLENGE YOU TO
THINK ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE TEACHER.
I KNOW THAT EVERYONE HERE HAS A FAVORITE TEACHER.
WHAT WAS IT ABOUT THAT TEACHER THAT MADE HER YOUR FAVORITE?
WAS IT BECAUSE YOU WORE THE SAME SHIRTS OR YOU HAD THE SAME MAD
DANCING SKILLS? OR WAS IT A DEEPER CONNECTION?
NO MATTER THE REASONS THEY HAVE STUCK WITH YOU AND BECOME A
SPECIAL PART OF YOU. WHOEVER IT WAS THAT SPARKED YOUR
INTEREST IN LED GETTING YOUR HANDS DIRTY WE’LL REMEMBER THAT
PERSON YOU PROBABLY HAVE A MENTAL IMAGE OF THAT PERSON
RIGHT NOW. YOU WERE INFLUENCED TO BE THE
PERSON YOU ARE RIGHT NOW BY THIS PERSON.
YOU MAY BE WONDERING WHERE I’M GOING WITH THIS.
BUT WHAT WE ALL HAVE IN COMMON IS THAT AT SOME POINT IN OUR
LIVES YOU WILL BE A STUDENT OR A TEACHER.
NOT ALWAYS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL OR ACADEMIC SENSE BUT YOU’LL ALWAYS
BE LEARNING OR TEACHING SOMETHING.
DURING MY TIME IN THE LAB I WITNESSED SO MUCH SCIENCE THAT
MY HEAD ACTUALLY HURTS. BUT I WAS MORE IMPRESSED WITH
THE PEOPLE OF THE LABS, THE WAY THAT THEY CONNECTED WITH ONE
ANOTHER. I SAW THE AMONG THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
AND THEIR LAB TEXT. BY LISTENING TO THEIR
CONVERSATIONS YOU COULD TELL THERE WAS A SENSE OF CARING.
NOT ONLY DID THEY KNOW EACH OTHER’S RESEARCH THEY ALSO KNEW
EACH OTHER PERSONALLY. THERE’S A NATURAL BANTER IN THE
LABS AND HALLWAYS. RESEARCHERS WOULD OPENLY SHARE
THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND STUMBLING POINTS.
I STRIVE TO CREATE A SIMILAR OPEN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IN MY
CLASSROOM. I WANT TO TAKE A MINUTE AND TELL
YOU ABOUT A UNIQUE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN MARIE STOKES AND JEFF
CLINEMAN TWO AMAZING BASKETBALL PLAYERS THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN
THE NBA UNTIL 1958 WHEN STOKES STRATEGICALLY FELL AND HIT HIS
HEAD. THE NEXT DAY STOKES SUFFERED
SEVERAL SEIZURES AND HE NEVER RECOVERED AND WAS FULLY
PARALYZED. HE WAS ABLE TO CARE FOR HIMSELF.
HE WAS ALONE. HE WAS FAR FROM HOME AND HIS
MEDICAL BILLS WERE PILING UP. JACK CLINEMAN REALIZED THIS AND
AS HIS TEAMMATE HAD TO TAKE CARE OF HIM.
SO HE STEPPED UP TO DO IT. TWYMAN SAID SOMEONE HAD TO DO IT
SO I BECAME THAT SOMEONE. WHAT A NEAT THING TO SAY, I
BECAME THAT SOMEONE. HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN SAY THAT?
HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU KNOW HAVE STEPPED UP AND GAVE TO OTHERS
WITHOUT WANTING ANYTHING IN RETURN?
THIS IS A TYPE OF LEARNING THAT I WANT TO TEACH IN MY CLASSROOM.
THIS IS THE TYPE OF LEARNING THAT I’VE SEEN IN THE LABS.
THIS IS THE TYPE OF TEACHING THAT I WANT TO TEACH MY
STUDENTS. RECENTLY, I WAS ABLE TO STEP
INTO THE ROLE OF A STUDENT. I WAS TAUGHT BY MANY DIFFERENT
PEOPLE AND ENJOYED EVERYONE’S PATIENCE.
DURING THAT TIME I GATHERED SEVERAL TEACHING HACKS THAT I’M
COMMITTED TO TAKING BACK TO MY CLASSROOM.
A TEACHER DESCRIBED HIS EXPERIENCES WITH JSTI AS
STEPPING INTO THE ROLE OF A STUDENT.
HE SPOKE ABOUT FRUSTRATIONS OR FAILURES OF HIS PROJECT AND THEN
RELATED THAT TO AN UNDERSTANDING OF A STUDENT’S STRUGGLES.
HE WENT ON TO SAY THAT WHEN HE RETURNS TO HIS CLASSROOM, HE
WILL MAKE AN EFFORT TO SLOW DOWN HIS PACE SO STUDENTS CAN GET A
BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONTENT.
HACK NUMBER TWO, CREATIVITY. TECHS CREATE FINDINGS AND I CAN
CREATE THIS KIND OF INFORMATION IN MY CLASSROOM BY ALLOWING
STUDENTS TO BE CREATIVE WHO KNOWS MAYBE CHICKEN YOGA IS
BETTER THAN TRADITIONAL YOGA. I REALIZED THAT VARIETY IS
NEEDED NOT ONLY IN LIFE BUT ALSO IN THE CLASSROOM.
STUDENTS ENJOY SHIFTING GEARS RELATING NEW EXPERIENCES TO
THEIR PRIOR LEARNING. THIS COMBINATION CREATES STUDENT
CONVERSATIONS WHICH LEAD TO LEARNING.
IN SCIENCE FAILURE CAN TEACH YOU AS MUCH AS SUCCESS.
OFTEN STUDENTS ARE AFRAID TO TRY SOMETHING BECAUSE THEY’RE AFRAID
TO FAIL. HAVING OPEN ENVIRONMENT YOU MUST
ENCOURAGE FAILURE SO STUDENTS ARE NOT AFRAID TO TRY.
IN THE LAB I’VE WITNESSED MANY TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS AND I
REALIZE THE RELATIONSHIP WAS A KEY TO CREATING THE OPEN
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. A QUOTE FROM MY STUDENT TO BE
SUCCESSFUL MEANS BE LIKE VENA. AS I CLOSE I ENCOURAGE STUDENTS
AND TEACHERS TO BECOME THAT SOMEONE, BECOME THAT SOMEONE
THAT REACHES OUT, BECOME THAT SOMEONE THAT TAKES THE TIME TO
INVEST IN OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES. BECOME THAT SOMEONE THAT YOU ARE
MEANT TO BE. I’D LIKE TO THANK DR. McDONNA
AND TECHS WHO LOVINGLY REFER TO THEMSELVES AS THE McMUPPETS.
THANK YOU FOR BECOMING THAT SOMEONE.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: I’M SERGIO I’M
FROM EL PASO TEXAS I TEACH PHYSICS AT RIVERSIDE HIGH
SCHOOL. I’D LIKE TO THANK PEOPLE WHO
ALLOWED ME TO SPEND TWO WEEKS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTRY MY
WIFE AND MY SON AND DAUGHTER. MY TIME SPENT HERE WAS WITH THE
DESIGN MANUFACTURING DIVISION. THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY THE REASON
BECAUSE THEY DO R&D THEY WORK ON DRONES AND VIRTUAL REALITY AND
3-D PRINTING. THEY CAN MAKE AND CUT ANYTHING
YOU WANT IN FABRICATION. SO MY MENTORS WERE MARY KAY PECK
AND SPECIALIST AND DAVE AND PACKAGING ENGINEER AND
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER BOB. OUR PROJECT BUILT ON LAST YEAR’S
PROJECT. WE HAD TO DESIGN AND BUILD A
STATIC DETECTOR. SO STATIC VERY DANGEROUS FOR THE
WAR FIGHTER IT CAN CAUSE A SPARK WHEN YOU DEFINITELY DON’T WANT A
OR SPARK, IT CAN BE BAD FOR YOUR ELECTRONICS.
THESE WERE LAST YEAR’S DESIGNS, IF YOU LOOK IN THE TOP LEFT YOU
NOTICE THEY JUST HAVE THE WIRES KIND OF FREELY IN THERE WHICH
CAUSED SOME PROBLEMS WHICH WE’RE GOING TO ADDRESS.
SO WE LOOKED AT THE REQUIREMENTS GIVEN TO US IN THE PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT PLAN. WE ORGANIZED OUR THOUGHTS,
CREATED A BRAIN MAP AND THEN WE DID MANY, MANY CONSTANT SKETCHES
AND TRIED TO GET THE BEST DESIGN.
SO BEFORE COMING HERE, I WAS REALLY AFRAID OF 3D PRINTING AND
I WAS AFRAID OF SOLID WORK BUT AFTER SPENDING A DAY WITH THE
INTERNS AND 3-D PRINTING MY OWN THINGS I’M EXCITED TO BRING THAT
BACK TO MY COMMUNITY. YOU SEE ME RIGHT THERE PRINTING
THE THING THAT GOT PRINTED NOT JUST SOME RANDOM PICTURE ON THE
COMPUTER. SO ONE OF THE THINGS WE DID WE
CREATED A CIRCUIT BOARD AND WE ADDED TO OUR DESIGN.
SO THE CIRCUIT BOARD WAS WHEN WE TESTED THINGS THINGS WOULDN’T
JOSTLE AROUND AND THOSE CONNECTIONS WOULD STAY IN PLACE
I HAD THEM SOLDERED FROM POLYCOM COLLEGE AND IT WAS FUN.
WE TOOK A BREAK, WENT TO COMPANY PICNIC HAD STEAM CLAMS AND NEVER
DID THAT BEFORE AND WE HAD SOME INTERNS AND BEAT SOME ENGINEERS
AND LOST TO PROS AND THE PACKAGING WAS A REALLY BIG DEAL
THAT I NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT SO MANY TYPES OF STYROFOAMS, COLORS
HAVE MEANING BUNCH OF CARDBOARD I DIDN’T KNOW EXISTED AND I WENT
AHEAD DID SOME HEAT SEAMING AND WE TESTED IT OUR TESTING HAD TO
BE SUBMERGED FOR ABOUT A MINUTE UNDER WATER AND WE HAD TO DROP
FROM DIFFERENT ORIENTATIONS FROM A SIX-FOOT FALL.
AND THEN WE PUT IT ON THIS HUGE SHAKE TABLE AND THEN WE HAD LEFT
IT THERE FOR 20 MINUTES TO SIMULATE 200 MILES.
SO YOU’LL SEE OUR RESULTS, PASS, PASS, PASS, PASS, SEVERAL FAILS
IN THERE. WE IMPROVED ON LAST YEAR’S
RESULT WHERE THEY HAD 38% PASSING VERSUS 38% PASSING RATE
I’M FROM EL PASO TEXAS THAT’S MY SCHOOL THERE THE BLACK ARROW IS
THE MEXICAN BORDER A LOT OF MY STUDENTS CROSS OVER EVERY DAY,
99% LATINO, 100% OF THEM GET FREE LUNCH SO TEACHING IS ABOUT
BEGGING BORROWING AND STEALING SO LET ME SHOW YOU WHAT I’M
GOING TO BEG AND BORROW FROM JSTI INSPIRED.
MY STUDENTS HAVE COME BEFORE MIKE, JIMENA AND STEPHANIE ARE
PURSUING DEGREES IN ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MATH
ALL BECAUSE OF JSTI THE IMPACT THIS PROGRAM HAS IS HUGE.
THIS IS A CIRCUIT BOARD I’LL STEAL FROM MY CLASSROOM LESSON
IN CONNECTIVITY. AND MY KIDS ARE GOING TO SOLDER
SOMETHING IN CLASS THEY’VE NEVER DONE BEFORE AND START
INCORPORATING IT. I ALSO DO A LOT OF COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT, EVERY SPRING MY STUDENTS AND I GO TO LOCAL
ELEMENTARIES DO INTERACTIONS WITH STUDENTS OVER THE
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, AND I’LL BORROW SOME THINGS I SAW FROM
THEM AND BRING TO MY SCHOOL. AND I WENT TO A CAMP AND I’M
GOING TO STEAL THE TWO-WEEK PROJECT WE DID HERE AND MODIFY
IT FOR ONE WEEK AND WE’RE GOING TO GO AHEAD AND USE THE 3-D
PRINTERS AT OUR SCHOOL THAT I HAD NO IDEA HOW TO USE.
I ALSO MADE A LOT OF CONNECTIONS AND I’M GOING TO BEG THE PEOPLE
THAT I MET IN THIS ROOM TO GO AHEAD AND SKYPE ON MY STUDENTS I
DO A THING CALLED SKYPE WITH THE ENGINEER ONCE A MONTH AND A LOT
OF PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY AGREED TO BE PART OF THAT AND I’M EXCITED
FOR THAT. AND THE THING THAT I’M GOING TO
TAKE BACK ALSO IS THESE MANY JOBS I DIDN’T KNOW EXISTED THESE
MANY CAREER PATHS TO GET THERE THAT I ALSO DIDN’T KNOW WERE
UNIQUE I DIDN’T KNOW THERE WAS A THING LIKE PACKAGING ENGINEERING
THAT WAS A ACTUAL MAJOR I NOW KNOW THAT AND I KNOW MY STUDENTS
WILL KNOW A LOT MORE. I’D LIKE TO THANK ALL THE
WONDERFUL PEOPLE AT JSTI I PUT THEM THROUGH A LOT WITH MY
HORRIBLE JOKES BUT THEY WERE KIND ENOUGH TO LAUGH ALONG WITH
ME AND I APPRECIATE ALL OF THEM AND THE HARD WORK THEY PUT IN
DURING THESE TWO WEEKS. AND LAST OF ALL I’D LIKE TO
THANK DR. CASEY, JENTA AND DR. AMARAL FOR THE LAST TWO WEEKS
AMAZING EXPERIENCE AND DARNELL AND LOUISE COULDN’T FIND A
PICTURE OF YOU GUYS BUT MUCH LOVE TO YOU GUYS THANKS FOR
HAVING ME AND EVERYONE AT DTRA. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
[APPLAUSE] PENICILLIN.
THE ANTIBIOTIC WAS WIDELY USED TO TREAT WAR WE COLLECTED WATER SAMPLES
AND THREE MICRO BY ONLIES CREEK AND THE CHESAPEAKE BAY.
THERE ARE TWO MAJOR CLASSES AND THE BACTERIA AND FUNGI.
OUR RESEARCH GROUP USED A .22-MICRON FILTER TO COLLECT THE
MICROBES NEEDED FOR OUR RESEARCH.
THE FILTER NOT ONLY CAUGHT THE MICROBES NEEDED BUT STERILIZED
THE WATER COMPLETELY WHICH ALSO MADE IT DRINKABLE AS WELL.
NEW SPEAKER: SYNTHETIC BIOLOGIST SCIENCE YOU TAKE DNA
FROM A NATURAL-OCCURRING ORGANISM ALTER IT TO CREATE AN
ORGANISM NOT NATURALLY OCCURRING, IT COMBINED MATH
ENGINEERING AND OTHER DISCIPLINES.
IN OUR PROJECT WE REMOVED MICROBES FROM OUR WATER SAMPLES
AND ISOLATED THEIR DNA. WE INJECTED THE DNA INTO AN
ENGINEERED BACTERIAL HOST CELL. THIS HOST WILL HOPEFULLY PRODUCE
BIO SYNTHETIC GENE CLUSTERS WHICH WILL PRODUCE ANTIBIOTIC
FORMING PATHWAYS. WE PLACED THESE BACTERIAL GENE
CLUSTERS ON A DISH AND LET THEM GROW OVERNIGHT.
THESE CELLS SHOULD PRODUCE CLEAR SPOTS CALLED ZONES OF INHIBITION
AND THESE CLEAR SPOTS SHOULD INDICATE CLONES SHOWING
ANTIBIOTIC ACTIVITY. NEW SPEAKER: OUR PROJECT BEGAN
BY COLLECTING WATER FROM THREE DIFFERENT SOURCES FLINT RIVER,
CHESAPEAKE BAY AND FROG BAY AND WE FILTERED AND REMOVED THE FINE
PARTICLES AND DIRT FROM THE WATER AND USED .2-MICRON TO
COLLECT FROM THE WATER COMPLETELY STERILIZED IT.
AFTER THIS WE ISOLATED THE MICROBES AND PROCESSED THEM IN
ORDER TO DO THIS WE REMOVED THE MICROBIAL CELLS BY USING THE
FILTER WASH BUFFER WE CREATED MIXED IT SPUN IT DOWN TO FILTER
THE FILTER FROM THE CELLS AND PULLED OFF THE LIQUID KEPT THE
CELLS IN THE FORM OF A CELL PELLET.
AFTER THIS WE ISOLATED DNA CELL PELLET USED PROPANOL AND USED
THE SALT AND IMPURITIES. OUR NEXT STEP USED GEL
ELECTROPHORESIS RAN IT ON A GEL TO THE SIZE OF OUR DNA.
ON A GEL ELECTROPHORESIS. THE RESULT SHOWED WE HAD FREIGHT
.5 BASE PAIRS WHICH IS A GOOD NUMBER.
AND IT WAS IN AN E. COLI HOST IN ALABAMA.
NEW SPEAKER: MISUSE OVERUSE OF ANTIBIOTICS LEAD TO DRUG
RESISTANT BACTERIA. THIS CAN CAUSE DISEASES EASILY
TREATABLE SUCH AS THE FLU — AND SUPER BUGS ARE EXPECTED TO
SURPASS THE DEATH TOLL OF CANCER BY 2050.
OUR SOLUTION IS TO LOOK IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS FOR NEW
MICROORGANISMS THIS WILL HELP BECAUSE THESE ENVIRONMENTS HAVE
NOT YET BEEN EXPLORED HOLD MUCH AND THE MICROORGANISMS.
NEW SPEAKER: WE FILTERED THE WATER AND ISOLATED TO DNA WHICH
CREATED A METOGENOMIC DNA LIBRARY AND AS YOU CAN SEE
THERE’S THE PICTURE OF THE BACTERIA AND A PICTURE OF THE
DNA. THE LIBRARY WILL BE SENT OFF TO
RESEARCHERS IN ALABAMA TO BE ENGINEERED INTO BACTERIAL HOST
TO BE FURTHER TESTED FOR ANTIBIOTIC ACTIVITY.
WE NEED BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY FOR WAR FIGHTERS.
NEW SPEAKER: SPECIAL THANKS FOR RONALD HAND DTRA AND GARDNER
FROM DTRA AND BOS WELL AND OAK RIDGE TEAM JENNIFER TYRELL AND
CASEY KAREN BRUM. NEW SPEAKER: THE CHESAPEAKE
STAFF AND WASTE WATER STAFF AND TEAM AT HARTFORD COMMUNITY
COLLEGE THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHER LOUISE.
NEW SPEAKER: WE’D LIKE TO GIVE THANKS TO OUR MENTOR KYLE, OUR
ALUMNI EMMA AND RESIDENT TEACHER TARA AND RESIDENT TEACHERS AND
OUR PARTICIPANTS WHO MADE THIS THE BEST TWO WEEKS POSSIBLE.
NEW SPEAKER: TO RECAP VIDEO .
NEW SPEAKER: WELL, WE’RE GOING TO FIND A NEW ANTIBIOTIC. THE
REASON THAT WE’RE DOING THIS, THE
REASON THERE’S SUCH A PRESSING NEED FOR THIS IS BECAUSE THE
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE DEATH TOLL IS SAID TO
SURPASS. EXTREME APHYLIC SOURCE, EXTREME MEANING GREATER
THAN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE THESE EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS.
WE HAVE SAMPLES FROM EL SALVADOR, KAMCHAKA WE’RE TAKING
THE WATER WE COLLECT AND WE’RE FIRST REMOVING ALL THE LARGE
MATTER FROM IT VIA CHEESE CLOTH WHAT NOT GETTING RID OF THE ROT
AND GETTING RID OF THE SLIME. ONE OF THE REASONS I FEEL SO
GOOD ABOUT IT IS THESE STUDENTS ARE SO AMAZING, THEY’RE VERY
BRILLIANT. ABOVE-AVERAGE.
THEY’RE PROJECTS THEY’LL WORK ON IN COLLEGE AND GRADUATE SCHOOL
AND EXCEEDS THE PROJECT THAT WOULD USE ON PH.D. LEVEL.
THIS IS SOMETHING THAT YOU WOULD DO AT THE POST-DOC AND THESE
STUDENTS ARE DOING THAT.
NEW SPEAKER: A RUBBER BASED ADHESIVE APPLIED TO A DURABLE
DUCT CLOTH BACKING CREATED OUT OF NECESSITY DURING WORLD WAR II
FOR QUICK REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES AND WEAPONS.
THIS IS ALSO WATERPROOF. HOW MANY ROLLS DO YOU HAVE? U2 THE DRAGON LADY MADE THE
FIRST FLIGHT. FLOWN DURING COLD WAR, VIETNAM
CUBA AND OTHER VARIOUS MISSIONS SUCH AS DRONES AND THE OPERATORS
DISCOVERED WEATHER COULD HINDER READ OUTS CAUSING ECHOS AS
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPED THE SCIENTISTS DECIPHERED THE
WEATHER PATTERNS FOR PREDICTION OF RAIN, SNOW SLEET AND HAIL AND
MORE. SECOND HIGHEST PRIORITY PROJECT
DURING WORLD WAR II IN THE RADAR TECHNOLOGY WHILE BUILDING A MAGNETRON PROMPTED ADDITIONAL
TESTING, POPCORN KERNELS IN THE MAGNETRON CREATED MICROWAVE
POPCORN AND THE DIGITAL MOUNTED CAMERON SPY SATELLITE HIGH
RESOLUTION LED TO COMMERCIAL DIGITAL CAMERAS IN PHONES AND
CARS. AND IT LED TO DIGITAL PROGRAM
CALLED COLOSSUS AND EDIAC SOLVED LARGE CLASSES OF NUMERICAL
PROGRAMS THROUGH REPROGRAMMING. ONE OF THE LAST HUSH HUSH BOYS
JOSEPH SORDA DIED TEST TEST AT THE AGE OF ’96 IN 2017.
HE WORKED ON JET ENGINES, HIS CONTRIBUTION HELPED US TO WIN
WORLD WAR II AND HE SHRANK THE WORLD FOR THE REST OF US.
THE ACCESS OCCUPIED REGIONS OF THE NATURAL RUBBER AXIS NOW
UNAVAILABLE OCCUPIED TO REGIONS ALLIED
OF NATURAL RUBBER FORCES NOW THEY HAD TO ADAPT UNAVAILABLE A
NEW CHEAPER TO ALLIED FORCES VERSION, OF
THEY HAD SYNTHETIC TO RUBBER HELPS TO MEET THE UNITED STATES
ADAPT. NEEDS DURING WORLD WAR II THAT ALSO GAVE US SILLY PUTTY.
INITIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR INFANTRY USE FOLLOWED BY FIELD ARTILLERY
AND TANK CREWS TO PROVIDE CONVENIENT COMMUNICATIONS IN THE
BATTLEFIELD TWO-WAY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS GAVE WAY TO
FUTURE CELL NETWORKS AND MODERN CELL PHONES.
FRANKLIN ORIGINALLY INVENTED PADS TO HELP STOP BLEEDING
OF.WOUNDED SOLDIERS BILE RECEIVING MEDICAL TREATMENT.
IN 1920 TO MAKE USE OF LEFTOVER BANDAGES FROM WORLD WAR I
KIMBERLY CLARK CREATED THE FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCT CALLED
KOTEX. AND THEN KITS INTENDED FOR
SOLDIERS FOR ALLERGIC RESPONSES ESPECIALLY FROM STINGS.
GOT ONE. BETTER KEEP IT HANDY.
DEVELOPED IN THE ’30s FOR USE BY MILITARY PILOTS TO BEING LIGHTER, THINNER BEING,.
LIGHT AVIATORSER HAVE, THINNER SINCE RISEN TO THE, ICONIC.
AVIATORS STATUS IN HAVE SINCE THE CIVILIAN WORLD
RISEN. TO THE ICONIC JUST ASK TOM. SOLDIERS
STATUS IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC IN THE CIVILIAN NEEDED A WORLD. WAY
JUST ASK TO TOM. KILL SOLDIERS IN THE
SOUTH PACIFIC MOSQUITOS NEEDED A, WAY GOT TO KEEP TO AWAY FROM
MALARIA KILL. MOSQUITOS IF, GOT NECESSITY TO
KEEP AWAY FROM MALARIA. NAPOLEON IF NECESSITY
HAD THISLY NAPOLEON TO COME, WOULD BE ABLE TO BUY THE
LOUISIANA HAD THIS PURCHASE.LY THIS
TECHNOLOGY ALONG TO COME, WOULD BE ABLE
TO BUY WITH THE LOUISIANA TCP/IP PURCHASE BECAME. THE
THIS TECHNOLOGY ALONG TECHNICAL FOUNDATION OF THE INTERNET AS WE
KNOW IT WITH TCP/IP TODAY. BY THE
BECAME MID-1990S THE TECHNICAL , FOUNDATION
OF THE INTERNET AS WE KNOW IT WWW
TODAY. BY THE INVADED MID- 1990S THE, CLASSROOM WWW.
INVADED THENAS CLASSROOM STAR IS A
SATELLITE. THAT PROVIDESNAS SERVICES STAR
USED IS A SATELLITE FOR NAVIGATION THAT BY BOTH PROVIDES
MILITARY SERVICES AND CIVILIAN. CHECK
USED OUT FOR NAVIGATION YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT BY
BOTH. IF YOUR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN. NOTIFICATIONS ARE
CHECK TURNED OUT ON YOUR GOOGLE, YOU’LL
ACCOUNT GET A MONTHLY. IF YOUR REPORT OF WHERE YOU’VE
NOTIFICATIONS ARE BEEN. TURNED ON WORLD CLASS, YOU’LL SCIENCE
GET AND A MONTHLY REPORT ENGINEERS OF WHERE HAVE BEEN
YOU’VE BEEN. CREATING WORLD CLASS
CUTTING EDGE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND FOR WAR
ENGINEERS FIGHTERS FOR MORE THAN HAVE BEEN A CENTURY
CREATING. CUTTING EDGE MILITARY TECHNOLOGY LAB
FOR STORIES, AS WAR YOU CAN SEE FIGHTERS
FOR MORE IT THAN A CENTURY. BECOMES PART FELT EVERYDAY
MILITARY LAB LIVES STORIES, AS. YOU CAN
SEE IT CONVENIENCES WERE ONCE CREATED TO ENSURE
BECOMES PART FELT EVERYDAY THE PROTECTION OF OUR LIVES.
FREEDOMS CONVENIENCES WERE. ONCE ALL
BROUGHT CREATED TO ENSURE TO YOU BY THE RESEARCH
PROTECTION OF OUR AND DEVELOPMENT
FREEDOMS. ALL USING BROUGHT TO STEM YOU BY
RESEARCH. AND SCIENTISTS DEVELOPMENT LIKE DR. USING
ANGELA STEM. USE SCIENTISTS STEM CELLS
LIKE DR. EVERY DAY TO RESEARCH AND ANGELA DEVELOP AND
USE SOLVE STEM CELLS ACTUAL EVERY DAY TO PROCEED PROBLEMS TO
RESEARCH AND BETTER PROTECT DEVELOP OUR
WAR AND SOLVE FIGHTERS AND ADVANCE ACTUAL PROCEED OUR
PROBLEMS CAPABILITIES IN THE TO FUTURE.
BETTER PROTECTTHANK OUR WAR YOU FIGHTERS, AND ADVANCE
DR. OUR JERRY CAPABILITIES IN THE FUTURE. AS
MY MENTORTHANK YOU., YOUR DR. KNOWLEDGE JERRY AND TIME AS MY
HAS BEEN PRICELESS MENTOR.. YOUR I KNOWLEDGE LEARNED MUCH
AND IN THE TIME HAS BEEN SHORT TIME
PRICELESS. BES BEST OF. I LUCK IN YOUR WORK LEARNED MUCH.
AND IN THE DOCTOR SHORT TIME. BEST BEST OF LUCK
IN YOUR, WORK THANKS FOR THE. AND VISIT. DOCTOR I’M SANDY.
THANKS,, JSTI THANKS FOR THE VISIT. I’M SANDY. FOR
THE OPPORTUNITY THANKS IN, CUTTING EDGE
JSTI RESEARCH WITH TOP-NOTCH FOR THE SCIENTISTS OPPORTUNITY
IN THEIR FIELD CUTTING EDGE FOR HOW IN RESEARCH TO
BETTER WITH UNDERSTAND TOP-NOTCH MY STUDENTS FOR SCIENTISTS
FUTURE IN THEIR UNIMAGINED FIELD FOR.
MY HOW TO TIME IN A BETTER RESEARCH LAB
UNDERSTAND WILL MY FOREVER STUDENTS FOR CHANGE MY FUTURE
APPROACH UNIMAGINED. MY. TIME IN A
STUDENTS RESEARCH, LAB WILL YOUR FOREVER INNOVATION
CHANGE MY AND YOUR APPROACH APPROACH TO CHALLENGES. IS THE
STUDENTS ULTIMATE, YOUR DETERMINE INNOVATIONATIO
DETERMINEATION OF YOUR AND YOUR APPROACH SUCCESS. TO CHALLENGES
FAILURE IS THE ULTIMATE IS AN DETERMINE OPTION.ATION
DETERMINE EMBRACEATION OF YOUR SUCCESS. IT FAILURE. AND
IS AN ENJOY THE OPTION. EMBRACE PROCESS. THANK YOU IT.
.[APPLAUSE] AND ENJOY THE PROCESS.
THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING,
EVERYONE. MY NAME IS JUANITA, I’M
NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING A, EVERYONE,.
MY NAME IS SCIENCE TEACHER IN FORT MEADE JUANITA, I’M, A
MARYLAND SCIENCE. TEACHER THE IN STANDARDS FORT
MEADE I TEACH ARE CHEMISTRY,, MARYLAND BUT I HAVE.
THE STANDARDS I TEACH ARE CHEMISTRY,
BUT I HAVE ALSO TAUGHT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND OCEAN
OGRAPHY. DURING THIS, ALSO I HAD TAUGHT THE ENVIRONMENTAL
WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY SCIENCE AND OCEAN TO WORKOGRAPHY
. DURING WITH THIS, DOCTOR I HAD THE TO
WONDERFUL DETERMINE OPPORTUNITY OF CAFFEINE
TO WORK FROM WITH UNIFORM DOCTOR MATERIALS BY TO DETERMINE
OF CAFFEINE USING FROM UNIFORM THE MATERIALS
BY OPEN USING PORT INTERFACE. BEFORE THE I BEGAN TALKING ABOUT
MY OPEN PROJECT PORT, INTERFACE. I FEEL I NEED TO EXPLAIN
BEFORE WHAT I BEGAN A TALKING ABOUT MY
PROJECT MASS, I FEEL I NEED TO EXPLAIN
WHAT MASS A IS. MASS MASS SPECTRUM IS PRODUCED, WHICH
SHOWS MASS THE NUMBER OF IS IONS . MASS SPECTRUM THAT WERE
IS PRODUCED PROTECTED, WHICH BY THE INSTRUMENT SHOWS THE
INSTRUMENT. NUMBER OF IONS THEY THAT WERE ARE
PROTECTED BY THE DIFFERENT INSTRUMENT TYPES
OF MASS INSTRUMENT. SPECTROMETERS THEY
ARE DIFFERENT TYPES, OF PAPER MASS SPECTROMETERS SPRAY ION
IZATION, AND THE LIST GOES ON,. PAPER THE MASS SPRAY ION
SPECTROMETERIZATION, AND THE LIST GOES THAT I WORKED ON. ON
WAS THE OPEN THE C MASS SPECTROMETER. OPEN
THAT I WORKED ON WAS THE PORT OPEN INTERFACE C. THE.
OPEN INTERFACE SOLVENT WHERE THE PORT SAMPLE INTERFACE. IS
INSERTED, THE THE SOLVENT SAMPLE INTERFACE
SOLVENT WHERE THE SAMPLE IS MIX INSERTEDER,
THE MOVES THROUGH THE SOLVENT SAMPLE TUBE AND MIXER IONS MOVES
ARE THROUGH THE TRANSFORMED. TUBE
AND A IONS MASS IS ARE PRODUCED.
TRANSFORMED WHEN I BEGAN. WORKING ON THIS PROJECT, A
DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS MASS IS PRODUCED. OF
WHEN I BEGAN CAFFEINE WORKING ON THIS NEEDED PROJECT TO BE,
PREPARED USING DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS ETHANOL
AS THE OF SOLVENT. I WORKED CAFFEINE WITH
NEEDED CAFFEINE TO BE BECAUSE IT PREPARED USING WAS ETHANOL A
AS THE SAFELY SOLVENT. ALTERNATIVE I WORKED WITH TO BE
CAFFEINE BECAUSE IT USED WAS. A SAFELY CALF
ALTERNATIVE TO BE SEEN SOLUTIONS WERE PLACED ON USED
DIFFERENT EUPHEMISM. MATERIALS. CALF
SEEN THE SOLUTIONS WERE EXTRACTIONS WERE PLACED PLACED
ON ON THE DIFFERENT EUPHEMISM MATERIALS BUBBLE IN
THE. INTERFACE THE FOR EXTRACTIONS
WERE PLACED 20 ON THE SECONDS. THE BUBBLE IN THE
INTERFACE FOR MULTIFACE WAS CHOSEN TO 20 SECONDS. LIMIT THE
THE DETECTION AND LIMIT OF MULTIFACE WAS QUANTITATION
CHOSEN TO LIMIT THE DETECTION. AND LIMIT OF
QUANTITATION TWO SAMPLE PLACE.ED IN THE BUBBLE. THERE WERE SOME
TWO CHALLENGES THAT APPEARED BEFORE THE SAMPLE PLACE DATA
WAS COLLECTEDED IN THE. BUBBLE WE NEED. TO MAKE SURE THE
THERE WERE SOME CHALLENGES SETTINGS THAT
APPEARED WERE BEFORE THE DATA WAS ESTABLISHED IN THE COLLECTED
SOFTWARE. WE NEED. TO MAKE SURE THE WE
NEEDED TO FIGURE OUT SETTINGS WERE WHAT THE ESTABLISHED IN
THE CAFFEINE SOFTWARE COULD DETECT..
WE NEEDED TO FIGURE OUT WE WHAT THE NEEDED TO FIGURE OUT
CAFFEINE WHAT COULD UNIFORM TO DETECT CHOOSE.. THIS IS WE
NEEDED A TO FIGURE OUT FULL WHAT SCAN
UNIFORM OF THE ION TO DETECTED CHOOSE ON THE., YOUR HONOR, AND
I THIS IS OUTER A FULL LAYER SCAN
OF THE OF THE ION MULTILAYER DETECTED GARMENT ON THE., YOUR
HONOR, AND I THE TOP OUTER SHOWS
LAYER A OF THE CAFFEINE MULTI LAYER
GARMENT CLEARLY WITH. A MASS RATIO THE OF TOP 195 AND A
SHOWS A SMALL OTHER CAFFEINE AMOUNT
CLEARLY WITH A OF MASS RATIO IONS BEING DETECTED OF. THIS IS
A 195 AND A A SMALL OTHER SIMSCAN
AMOUNT OF THAT IONS BEING DETECTED. SHOWS THE THIS
IS NUMBER BEING A DETECTED FOR THE A OUTERRAN SIMSCAN LAYER
THAT SHOWS THE AND NUMBER BEING INNER DETECTED
FOR LAYER. THE OUTER THERE WAS RAN LAYER A LOT OF CAFFEINE
DETECTED AND INNER LAYER DUE. TO THE THERE WAS A
LOT OF PEAK DECREASING. CAFFEINE THE BOTTOM
DETECTED BOTTOM LAYER SHOWS DUE THAT TO THE PEAK
THERE WAS NO DECREASING CAFFEINE . DETECTED. BASED
THE BOTTOM ON ALL BOTTOM LAYER THE DATA THAT WAS SHOWS
COLLECTED, THAT THERE THE WAS NO LIMIT CAFFEINE
OF THE DETECTED. CAFFEINE BASED ON ALL THE DATA THAT WAS
COLLECTED, WAS THE LIMIT OF THE 115 CAFFEINE NANOGRAMS. THE OP
C WAS IS A POWER INSTRUMENT THAT
CAN EASILY 115 PICK UP NANOGRAMS . THE CAFFEINE OP C IS
A POWER INSTRUMENT SAMPLES THAT CAN EASILY FROM THE OUTER LAYER
PICK OF THE UP MULTIDEFENSE CAFFEINE GARMENT. IF I CAN
SAMPLES CONTINUE WORKING FROM THE
OUTER LAYER OF THE MULTI DEFENSE WITH THE
GARMENT OP. C IF I CAN CONTINUE, WORKING I WOULD WANT
TO WORK ON THE MULTIDEFENSE GARMENT
WITH THE OP. C IT COULD, NOT I WOULD WANT CONNECT THE
CONCENTRATIONS TO WORK. I WOULD ON THE INCREASE
MULTIDEFENSE THE GARMENT. CONCENTRATION OF
IT COULD CAN A OF NOT CONNECTENE THE CONCENTRATIONS UNTIL.
I WOULD I COULD INCREASE DETERMINE THE THE LIMIT
CONCENTRATION OF OF DETECTION F CAN A OFOR THIS
MATERIALENE MATERIAL. I HAVE UNTIL I COULD TAUGHT DETERMINE
MANY THE LIMIT OF DIFFERENT DETECTION
SCIENCE FOR THIS MATERIAL CORRESPONDENCES AT THE
MATERIAL. HIGH SCHOOL. I HAVE I PLAN TAUGHT TO TAKE THIS
MANY EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT AND SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE THAT I HAVE
CORRESPONDENCES AT THE GAINED HIGH SCHOOL. FROM
I PLAN THIS PROGRAM TO TAKE AND APPLY THIS IT TO MY
EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE THAT I HAVE GAINED FROM THIS IVY
PROGRAM AND CHEMISTRY APPLY CLASS IT TO
MY. I HOPE STUDENTS WILL SHOW A IVY GREATER INTEREST CHEMISTRY
CLASS IN SCIENCE.. IT IS A I HOPE COURSE STUDENTS WILL THAT
IS OFFERED AT SHOW A GREATER INTEREST IN SCIENCE MY
. IT IS SCHOOL A THROUGH THE
COURSE THAT IS OFFERED DIPLOMA AT PROGRAM. STUDENTS USED MY
THE SCHOOL CHEMISTRY KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THE GAINED IN THE
CLASSROOM AND APPLY DIPLOMA PROGRAM. IT STUDENTS USED TO
THE CHEMISTRY KNOWLEDGE MULTIPLE GAINED IN
THE CLASSROOM LABORATORY AND APPLY EXPERIENCE. IT
CHEMISTRY TO STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE A MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITY
LABORATORY TO EXPERIENCE
COMPLETE AS. MANY CHEMISTRY LABS AS STUDENTS
DO NOT HAVE A IVY OPPORTUNITY TO COMPLETE CHEM
AS MANY STUDENTS LABS. I AS PLAN TO TAKE THE HANDS ON IVY
EXPERIENCE FROM THE CHEM STUDENTS. LAB
I TO PLAN TO TAKE THE HANDS DESCRIBE THE ON EXPERIENCE
PROCESS OF FROM THE MASS SPECK LAB TO
DESCRIBE THE MASS PROCESS SPECK OFOMETRY MASS IN SPECK DETAIL.
THE IVY MASS SPECKOMETRY CHEMIST CHEMISTRY
IN CLASSES ARE DETAIL. THE IVY REQUIRED TO CHEMIST
CHEMISTRY COMPLETE AN CLASSES ARE EXPERIMENT. THIS IS
A EXPERIMENT THAT THEY DESIGN AND REQUIRED COMPLETE FOR THE
TO CLASS. THIS COMPLETE IS AN EXPERIMENT A. THIS IS A
EXPERIMENT THAT THEY CHALLENGING DESIGN
AND COMPLETE EXPERIMENT FOR THE CLASS FOR STUDENTS.
THIS IS IN THE CLASS A. SOMETIMES THE CHALLENGING
EXPERIMENTS DON’T WORK EXPERIMENT FOR STUDENTS OUT IN
THE CLASS FOR THE. STUDENTS
SOMETIMES THE THE WAY THEY WANT THEM EXPERIMENTS TO
DON’T WORK. SOME WILL OUT CHANGE FOR THE INTO STUDENTS A
THE WAY DIFFERENT THEY WANT THEM EXPERIMENT TO ASP. FINDING
SOME WILL OUT CHANGE WHAT THEY INTO
CAN DO A WITH THEIR CURRENT DIFFERENT EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENT.
ASP I PLAN FINDING TO USE OUT WHAT THEY CAN
DO WITH THEIR TRIAL CURRENT EXPERIMENT.
I PLAN TO AND USE ERROR. TRIAL BEING A PARTICIPATE IN THIS AND
PROGRAM HAS ALLOWED ERROR ME. TO MEET MANYBEING A DIFFERENT
PEOPLE PARTICIPATE FROM IN THIS PROGRAM MANY DIFFERENT
HAS ALLOWED AREAS OF ME SCIENCE. TO I MEET MANY HOPE SO
THEY CAN DIFFERENT PEOPLE HELP FROM MANY DIFFERENT
ENCOURAGE AREAS OF MY SCIENCE. STUDENTS THINK I
ABOUT HOPE SCIENCE DIFFERENTLY SO THEY OR EVEN CAN
HELP CONSIDER A CAREER ENCOURAGE IN STEM MY STUDENTS.
THINK ABOUT SCIENCEI HAVE DIFFERENTLY
ALSO OR EVEN MET CONSIDER A MANY CAREER IN
WONDERFUL STEM TEACHERS. WHO I AM
HONORED TOI HAVE CALL MY FRIENDS ALSO MET. I HOPE MANY
WONDERFUL TO CONTINUE TEACHERS TO
WHO I AM EXCHANGE HONORED TO INFORMATION CALL MY FRIENDS.
I ABOUT CLASSROOM HOPE RESOURCES TO CONTINUE AND SCIENCE PROGRAMS
TO. EXCHANGE I ALSO HOPE INFORMATION TO CONTINUE ABOUT
CLASSROOM TO RESOURCES EXCHANGE FUNNY
AND SCIENCE STORIES PROGRAMS. AND I WONDERFUL EXPERIENCES
ALSO HOPE TO CONTINUE TO EXCHANGE.
FUNNY STORIES AND WONDERFUL
EXPERIENCESI WANT TO THANK. THE DOCTORS FOR YOURI WANT
GUIDANCE THROUGH THIS TO PROCESS. THANK I WANT THE TO
DOCTORS THANK JSTI FOR YOUR GUIDANCE THROUGH THIS
PROCESS. FOR THIS WONDERFUL I WANT OPPORTUNITY TO IN THE
THANK JSTI LAB AND THE ENJOYABLE FIELD TRIPS. FOR THIS THANK
WONDERFUL YOU OPPORTUNITY TO ALL IN THE WHO
LAB SUPPORT AND THE THIS PROGRAM ENJOYABLE FIELD TRIPS. THIS
HAS BEEN. THANK YOU AN TO AMAZING EXPERIENCE.
[APPLAUSE] ALL WHO SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM.
THIS HAS BEEN AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE.
[APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING,
EVERYONE,. WELCOME WELCOME. MY NAME IS
NEW SPEAKER: GOOD MORNING U, EVERYONE,D.E
WELCOMENI WILLIAMS. WELCOME. MY NAME IS U I AMDENI
WILLIAMS. FROM THE BEAUTIFUL I AM ISLAND STATE. I FROM THE
TEACH ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE BEAUTIFUL
ISLAND AND BIOLOGY IN THE STATE . DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA I TEACH.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MY BIOLOGY IN THE
LOVES, ADMINISTRATE MIDDLE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. IS MY HUSBAND MY. LOVES ON THE FAR, ADMINISTRATE
LEFT MIDDLE IS IS MY MY HUSBAND
MOTHER.. ON THE FAR AND ON THE LEFT RIGHT IS ME IS MY MOTHER
PLAYING. AND ON THE THE RIGHT IS DRUMS ME IN SOUTH
AFRICA, PLAYING WHICH THE MEANS DRUMS EVERYONE IN
SOUTH AFRICA GATHERED TOGETHER IN, WHICH PEACE. MEANS EVERYONE
GATHERED TOGETHERQUESTIONS IN ANSWER. SOMETIMES PEACE IN
LIFE., AQUESTIONS ANSWER. SITUATION
SOMETIMES COULD IN LIFE SENSE, MORE QUESTIONS THAN
ANSWER. A THIS WAS THE SITUATION COULD CASE SENSE WITH
THE MORE EXPERIMENT QUESTIONS THAN I
WAS ANSWER CONDUCTING.. THIS WAS THE EVERYTHING WENT WRONG
CASE WITH THE EXPERIMENT I WAS. NOTHING CONDUCTING.
WORKED EVERYTHING WENT. WRONG I HAD TO REMAIN.
FOCUSED NOTHING WORKED AND REMEMBER. I
HAD TO REMAIN THERE ARE ALWAYS CHALLENGES FOCUSED IN LIFE AND
REMEMBER LIFE, BUT YOU NEVER GIVE
THERE ARE ALWAYS UP CHALLENGES. IN NO
LIFE MATTER LIFE, BUT YOU NEVER THE GIVE SITUATION, THERE IS UP.
A NO MATTER LIGHT THE AT THE END
OF THE SITUATION, TUNNEL THERE IS.
AHOW MANY OF YOU HAVE SEEN THIS LIGHT IMAGE AT THE END OF THE
TUNNEL. HOW MANY OF BEFORE? YOU HAVE
SEEN THIS IMAGE BEFORE? WHAT ABOUT THIS IMAGE? DID YOU
KNOW THAT EXPOSURE TO WHAT ABOUT THIS HIGH IMAGE
CONCENTRATION OF? CYANIDE DID YOU
KNOW THAT EXPOSURE TO AT HIGH CONCENTRATION
OF HIGH CYANIDE DOSAGES CAN BE AT FATAL TO BOTH HUMANS HIGH AND
DOSAGES ANIMALS? CAN BE FATAL TO CYANIDE BOTH HUMANS
POISONING AND CAN MANIFEST ANIMALS? IN VARIOUS
CYANIDE WAYS, SUCH POISONING CAN AS MANIFEST HEADACHES,
IN VARIOUS ANXIETY WAYS,, SUCH RESPIRATORY AS DEPRESSION
HEADACHES,, AND EVEN ANXIETY, IN SOME CASES
RESPIRATORY COMA DEPRESSION, AND EVEN. IN SOME CASES COMA
. DIMETHYL TRISULFIDE ISDIMETHYL
BEING STUDIED FOR CYANIDE TRI SULFIDE. THE IS USE BEING OF
STUDIED DMTS FOR FOR CYANIDE CYANIDE. THE
POISONING USE HAS OF D SHOWNMT BETTER RESULTSS
FOR THAN CURRENT TREATMENT CYANIDE. THE POISONING HAS
SHOWN BETTER ONGOING STUDIES RESULTS
ON THE THAN CURRENT EFFECTIVE TREATMENT.NESS OF
THE DMTS ONGOING STUDIES HAVE ON THE EFFECTIVE INCREASEDNESS
OF THE DM DEMANDTS HAVE INCREASED THE FOR DEMAND
ANALYTICAL METHODS TO FOR ANALYTICAL METHODS DETECT TO
FOR BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES. DETECT FOR A STUDY
FOR BIOLOGICAL IS A DESIRED TECHNIQUE SAMPLES FOR SUCH.
ANALYSIS DUE FOR A TO STUDY IS A DESIRED TECHNIQUE
RAPID ANALYSIS FOR TIME SUCH ANALYSIS, HIGH SENSITIVITY
DUE TO, RAPID ANALYSIS TIME AND THE, HIGH SENSITIVE
EFFICIENCYITY, OF LIMITED AND THE BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES. A RAPID
EFFICIENCY AND SENSITIVE TECHNIQUE OF WAS LIMITED
BIOLOGICAL DEVELOPED SAMPLES. TO A RAPID AND
SENSITIVE QUANTITATE TECHNIQUE DM WAST DEVELOPEDS TO
QUANTITATE IN WHOLE DMTS BLOOD FROM IN WHOLE RATS.
BLOOD FROM CALIBRATION RATS. CURVES WERE
GENERATED FROMCALIBRATION STOCK SOLUTIONS
CURVES PREPARED WERE BY GENERATED
FROM ZERO STOCK SOLUTIONS PREPARED
BY DILUTIONS AND DUE ZERO TO THE INSTABILITY OF DMTS
DILUTIONS IN WHOLE AND BLOOD DUE TO. THE
INSTABILITY THESE OF DMTS WERE THE RESULTS IN WHOLE IN
BLOOD SOLID. THESE PHASE WERE THE EXTRACTION,
RESULTS BLOOD IN, AND SOLID PB PHASES EXTRACTION, CONTAINING
BLOOD DM,T AND PS WASB SUCCESSFUL AS A COUNTERMEASURES.
THROUGH CONTAINING DM ALL THIST,S WAS
THE SUCCESSFUL AS A ONE COUNTERMEASURE THING
THAT I HAVE GAINED AND LEARNED, NO MATTER YOUR CURRENT.
THROUGH ALL THIS SITUATION, OR THE WHAT
HAPPENS IN YOUR LIFE, ONE THING THAT I
HAVE GAINED FOCUS AND LEARNED, ON THE NO GOALS MATTER AND NOT
THE YOUR CURRENT OBSTACLES SITUATION
OR. I WHAT HAPPENS IN YOUR REMAIN FOCUSED
LIFE,, REGAIN FOCUS MY CONFIDENCE ON
THE GOALS, AND NOT THE AND WAS ABLE OBSTACLES TO. CONDUCT AND
I REMAIN COMPLETE THE FOCUSED, REGAIN MY EXPERIMENT. CONFIDENCE
, AND WAS ABLE TO CONDUCT AND
COMPLETE THE
EXPERIMENT.I TEACH AND HAVE TAUGHT IN SOME OF THE POOREST
NEIGHBORHOODS INI WASHINGTON, DC TEACH. I
HAVE STUDENTS AND HAVE THAT ARE TAUGHT HOMELESS IN SOME,
OF THE PARENTS POOREST INCARCERATED, NEIGHBORHOODS
THEIR ONLY IN MEAL WASHINGTON, DC IS. IN THE I
HAVE SCHOOL BUILDING STUDENTS, THAT ARE HOMELESS AND OFTEN I
AM THE, ONE SUPPLYING THAT PARENTS MEAL INCARCERATED.,
THIS THEIR ONLY EXPERIMENT MEAL HAS
BEEN IS IN THE HUMBLING SCHOOL BUILDING., I BELIEVE THAT AND
NOTHING OFTEN I IS AM THE ONE SUPPLYING THAT BY MEAL.
ACCIDENT THIS AND EVERYTHING IN EXPERIMENT
HAS BEEN LIFE HUMBLING CAN. SEND I BELIEVE
THAT A LEARNING NOTHING IS LESSON. MORE THAN BY ANYTHING,
IT HAS ACCIDENT AND EVERYTHING IN REINFORCED THE
WILL LIFE CAN SEND A LEARNING LESSON. TO MORE THAN
ME ANYTHING TO PERSEVERE,, NO IT HAS MATTER THE REINFORCED
CIRCUMSTANCES. THE WILL IF ANYTHING, I WILL TAKE FROM THIS
EXPERIENCE AND REINFORCE TO ME TO TO MY PERSEVERE STUDENTS,
NO NO MATTER THE MATTER THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
CIRCUMSTANCES. OR IF ANYTHING WHAT, I OBSTACLES MAY
WILL COME YOUR TAKE WAY FROM THIS, EXPERIENCE
AND FOCUS REINFORCE ON THE GOAL TO MY AND NOT STUDENTS NO THE
MATTER THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
OR WHAT OBSTACLES OBSTACLES. MAY COME I YOUR THANK YOU
WAY,, A SPECIAL, FOCUS ON THE GOAL SPECIAL AND NOT THANK YOU
THE, TO THE AMAZING PEOPLE OBSTACLES. I HAVE BEEN BLESSED
TO I MEET THANK YOU., A SPECIAL THIS, EXPERIENCE WOULD
NOT SPECIAL HAVE BEEN THANK YOU AS, WONDERFUL TO
THE WITHOUT YOUR AMAZING FRIENDSHIP PEOPLE AND SUPPORT I
HAVE BEEN BLESSED TO MEET.. A MOST THIS
EXPERIENCE WOULD NOT HEARTFELT HAVE BEEN
AS WONDERFUL WITHOUT THANKS YOUR TO MY
FRIENDSHIP AND MENTOR SUPPORT. ROSS
A MOST. NONE OF THIS WOULD HEARTFELT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE IF
IT WEREN’T THANKS FOR HIS TO MY DEDICATION MENTOR, TIME, WILLING
ROSSNESS OF. HIM NONE TO OF THIS PUSH WOULD HAVE
BEEN ME POSSIBLE IF IT OUT OF MY WEREN’T COMFORT FOR
HIS ZONE. DEDICATION I WILL, TIME FOREVER BE, GRATEFUL
WILLING ANDNESS ALL OF THE OF HIM SPONSORS TO OF THIS PUSH
PROGRAM ME OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE. I WILL FOR AFFORD ME
FOREVER WITH THIS GREAT BE OPPORTUNITY GRATEFUL. THANK YOU
AND ENJOY AND THE REST ALL OF THE OF YOUR
SPONSORS OF THIS PROGRAM DAY.
[APPLAUSE] FOR AFFORD ME WITH THIS
GREAT OPPORTUNITY. THANK YOU AND ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR DAY
. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: TESTING. LAST ONE
. YOU GUYS READY NEW SPEAKER: TESTING? IT’S
LUNCHTIME. LAST ONE; RIGHT? ALL RIGHT..
YOU GUYS READY? IT’S LUNCHTIME MY NAME IS PAUL. I TRAVELED
OVERSEAS; RIGHT? ALL RIGHT. FROM GUAM TO
THE ABERDEEN PROGRESSIVE GROUNDS,MY NAME IS PAUL AND I
HAD THE PLEASURE. TO WORK I TRAVELED WITH THE OVERSEAS RAPID
FROM PROTOTYPING GUAM TO THE ABERDEEN AND MILITARY PACKAGE
DESIGN TEAM. WHENEVER I PROGRESSIVE
GROUNDS, COME AND I HAD THE TO PLEASURE CONFERENCES,
TO WORK I WITH THE ALWAYS APPROACH RAPID ACTIVITIES FROM A
PROTOTYPING GLOBAL SYSTEMS AND PERSPECTIVE MILITARY.
THEREFORE PACKAGE DESIGN TEAM, I WOULD.
LIKEWHENEVER I TO START OFF COME TO CONFERENCES,
I BY ALWAYS APPROACH ACKNOWLEDGING ACTIVITIES FROM
A DI GLOBAL SYSTEMS D PERSPECTIVE DDT.
THEREFORER, I WOULD LIKEA WHO KINDLY TO START FUNDS
OFF THIS EVENT BY AND ACKNOWLEDGING DI DD DDTRA
WHO. THROUGH THEIR KINDLY COLLABORATION, FUNDS THEY THIS
BRING US HERE TODAY EVENT. I WOULD ALSO AND LIKE TO
ACKNOWLEDGE THE U.S. ARMY, U.S. ARMY FUTURES COMMAND., AND
THROUGH THEIR COLLABORATION, THEY
BRING US HERE TODAY FINALLY THE . I WOULD ALSO COMBAT
LIKE CAPABILITIES TO ACKNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT THE U.S.
ARMY COMMAND OF, CHEMICAL U.S. ARMY FUTURES COMMAND, AND
BIOLOGICAL CENTER FINALLY. WITHOUT THE THEIR
HELP, COMBAT THIS PROGRAM CAPABILITIES WOULD NOT BE
DEVELOPMENT COMMAND OF POSSIBLE CHEMICAL. WHICH THEN
LENDS TO BIOLOGICAL WHERE CENTER MY
MENTORS. WITHOUT SPEND THEIR HELP THEIR, THIS DAY PROGRAM
WOULD NOT BE JOBS POSSIBLE,. WITH THE C WHICH
THENBC LENDS HANDLING TO WHERE MY PACKAGE STORAGE MENTORS
AND TRANSPORTATION SPEND THEIR AND DAY BOB WITH THE
JOBS, C WITH THEBC CB DEPARTMENTC OF ADVANCED HANDLING
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING PACKAGE STORAGE. AND WHEN I FIRST
TRANSPORTATION ARRIVED AND, I HAD
BOB A LOT OF WITH THE HIGH EXPECTATIONS C.BC AS YOU COULD
DEPARTMENT OF ADVANCED SEE DESIGN FROM THIS
AND MANUFACTURING GRAPH. DEPICTING
WHEN I FIRST EXPECTED ARRIVED, I HAD PERCENTAGE A LOT
OF HIGH OF SMILING EXPECTATIONS IS A FUNCTION. OF
AS TIME YOU COULD, SEE I WAS EXPECTED FROM
THIS GRAPH TO HAVE DEPICTING A EXPECTED CONSISTENTLY PERFECT
TIME EVERY PERCENTAGE DAY. OF YOU CAN SEE SMILING
IS A THAT THE FUNCTION INITIAL CONDITION OF STARTS TIME HIGH
AND, REMAIN I WAS EXPECTED HIGH ALL YEAR
TO HAVE. HOWEVER, A THAT WASN’T CONSISTENTLY PERFECT
TIME THE CASE. EVERY DAY. BASED YOU CAN SEE ON
THIS THAT THE ACTUAL INITIAL CONDITION
REALITY GRAPH, STARTS HIGH THERE WERE
AND DAYS REMAIN THAT WERE HIGH ALL NOT YEAR OPTIMAL. HOWEVER,
THAT WASN’T THELY CASE HAPPY.. BASED THE FIRST ON
THIS ACTUAL REALITY WAS THE DAYS GRAPH, WE FIGURED THERE
WERE DAYS OUT THAT HOW WERE HARD NOT WE WERE GOING TO WORK
OPTIMAL AND ALL OF THELY HAPPY DELIVERABLES THAT. WE HAD
THE FIRST TO SUBMIT. WAS THE DAYS THE
WE FIGURED SECOND SAD OUT DAY WAS HOW ON HARD WE WERE
GOING TO WORK FRIDAY WHEN OUR GROUP AND IT HAD A ALL OF THE
DELIVERABLES TECHNICAL THAT ERROR ON WE HAD THE TO
SUBMIT PRINTER,. THE AND THAT SET SECOND
SAD US DAY WAS BACK A FEW DAYS ON. FRIDAY THE WHEN OUR
GROUP NEXT IT WEEK HAD A TECHNICAL WAS ERROR
ON THE GOOD UNTIL THURSDAY PRINTER WHEN, WE AND THAT WERE
ALL SET STRESSING US BACK ABOUT OUR PRESENTATIONS A
FEW DAYS. AND. NOW WE’RE BACK TO THE FRIDAY NEXT WEEK.
WAS[LAUGHTER] GOOD APPROACHING UNTIL THIS THURSDAY
WHEN PROJECT WE WERE FROM A ALL STRESSING BIG
ABOUT OUR PRESENTATIONS PICTURE. DOESN’T
AND NOW GET WE’RE BACK TO ANY BIGGER FRIDAY THAN THIS. CHART
[LAUGHTER], WHICH APPROACHING PREDICTS THE THIS
PROJECT DEPARTMENT FROM A OF BIG PICTURE DEFENSE DOESN’T
LIFE GET CYCLE. YOU WANT ANY TO BUILD BIGGER
THAN THIS CHART A, WHICH NEW PREDICTS FIGHTER
THE JET? DEPARTMENT THIS IS YOUR OF LIFE. THIS IS YOUR JAM
DEFENSE JAM. LIFE THIS CYCLE. PROCESS TAKES YOU WANT
FOREVER TO BUILD, AND TO A PRODUCE NEW
FIGHTER A SINGLE DEPLOYABLE JET ? ASSET FOR OUR THIS IS YOUR
WAR LIFE. FIGHTERS THIS IS YOUR JAM. JAM. THE
THIS PROCESS MENTORS TAKES WE WORK FOREVER, FOR AND
ARE A TO TINY PART OF PRODUCE THIS PROCESS. WHAT I A
SINGLE DEPLOY LEARNED, HOWEVER,ABLE IS THAT ASSET FOR
OUR A MAJOR WAR PART OF THE FIGHTERS JOB IS
TO. THE RAPID MENTORSLY WE WORK FOR- ARE ADEVELOP TINY PART
OF THIS DEFENSE PROCESS. THREAT COUNTERMEASURES
WHAT I LEARNED, HOWEVER, IS THAT. A IMAGINE MAJOR YOUR
PART OF THE JOB DEVELOPMENT TEAM IS TO RAPID GETS A CALLLY FROM
THE-DEVELOP PENTAGON DEFENSE THREAT COUNTERMEASURES WITH AN.
URGENT IMAGINE YOUR OPERATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
TEAM NEEDS STATEMENT GETS, A A DEFCON CALL
FROM THE PENTAGON 3 BIOLOGICAL THREAT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED WITH,
AN AND YOUR URGENT TEAM OPERATIONAL HAS NEEDS BEEN
STATEMENT, DIRECTED TO A DEVELOP DEFCON A COUNTERMEASURE 3
BIOLOGICAL THREAT IMMEDIATELY HAS
BEEN IDENTIFIED DEPLOYABLE TO THE WAR, AND YOUR FIGHTERS TEAM
. YOUR TIME HAS BEEN DOES NOT HAVE THE
DIRECTED TIME TO TO GO DEVELOP THROUGH THIS A CONVOLUTED
PROCESS COUNTERMEASURE. IMMEDIATELY WE
NEED TO DEPLOYABLE TO THE IDENTIFY WAR THE FIGHTERS
COUNTERMEASURE. AND GET YOUR TIME IT THERE
DOES NOT HAVE THE IMMEDIATELY TIME. TO GO THROUGH
THIS THAT’S CONVOLUTED WHERE PROCESS MILITARY. PACKAGE DESIGN
TEAM FITS WE NEED TO IN A IDENTIFY WAR THE AGAINST
OUR COUNTERMEASURE ADVERSARIES AND. I CAN GET IT THERE BOG
IMMEDIATELY YOU DOWN. WITH ALL THE
TECHNICAL DETAILS THAT’S WHERE OF OUR LAB MILITARY
PACKAGE EXPERIENCE DESIGN, TEAM FITS HOWEVER, I CAN IN A
WAR AGAINST ASSURE OUR ADVERSARIES YOU WE’VE HAD. I
CAN ENOUGH. BOG YOU DOWN AND WITH ALL THE TECHNICAL I’M
DETAILS HUNGRY OF OUR, LAB AND YOU’RE ALL
STARING EXPERIENCE, AT ME TO FINISH HOWEVER,
I CAN. ASSURE WE YOU WE’VE HAD TOURED THE
ENOUGH. FACILITIES, WE WORKED AND IN THEIR LABS, I’M WE HUNGRY
, EVEN MET AND YOU’RE ALL STARING
AT SEVERAL ME TO FINISH DEPUTY DIRECTORS.
WE AND TOURED THE EVEN DR. DR. MOORE FACILITIES HIMSELF, WE
WORKED. WE DID IN THEIR LABS COOL STUFF,
OUTSIDE WE THE EVEN MET LAB. WE GOT SEVERAL A TASTE OF
DEPUTY DIRECTORS LOCAL MARYLAND . WE AND ATTENDED EVEN DR. DR.
MOORE A HIMSELF COMPANY. WE DID PICNIC
COOL AND GOT STUFF SECOND OUTSIDE
THE PLACE IN A LAB. BATTLE WE GOT OF A TASTE BANDS WHERE WE
PLAYED OF LOCAL THE MARYLAND U.S. ARMY. WE SONG
ATTENDED. A NOW, COMPANY A PICNIC AND BIG GOT SECOND
QUESTION PLACE IN KEPT COMING UP A HERE BATTLE IN THE OF LAST
TWO WEEKS. BANDS WHERE WE THEY SAY PLAYED
THE THAT U.S. ARMY WHEN YOU COME SONG TO JSTI., NOW, YOU’LL
A TAKE AWAY BIG ONE OF TWO QUESTION THINGS. YOU WILL KEPT
COMING UP HERE EITHER IN THE LAST A TWO WEEKS,. THEY SAY
LEARN THAT THAT YOU DEFINITELY WANT TO
WHEN YOU COME PURSUE TO JSTI A , JOB DOING YOU’LL SCIENCE
TAKE, AWAY MATH, OR ONE OF TWO ENGINEERING THINGS.
ENGINEERING. YOU WILL EITHER OR A, B LEARN
THAT YOU, YOU DEFINITELY WANT TO CLEARLY
DON’T PURSUE WANT TO A PURSUE JOB
DOING A SCIENCE JOB IN, MATH MATH, OR, SCIENCE ENGINEERING,
OR ENGINEERING. ENGINEERING OR. B, YOU AND THAT’S CLEARLY
DON’T PERFECTLY WANT TO OKAY. PURSUE AT LEAST YOU A FIGURED
IT JOB OUT IN MATH EARLY., SCIENCE
WHEN I, OR LEARNED FOR ENGINEERING.
MYSELF IS THAT I MAY NO LONGER AND THAT’S PERFECTLY BE ABLE TO
BE OKAY. A AT LEAST YOU SCIENTIST
OR FIGURED IT OUT EARLY.
WHEN I LEARNED ENGINEER, FOR MYSELF BUT I IS THAT
I MAY ALWAYS NO LONGER WANTED BE ABLE TO BE TO DO WHEN I WAS
YOUNGER A SCIENTIST. OR I STRUGGLED A
LITTLE BIT TRYING TO UNDERSTAND ENGINEER, WHAT WAS GOING ON.
THE BUT I LANGUAGE ALWAYS THE WANTED SCIENTISTS AND
ENGINEERS TO DO WHEN I WAS YOUNGER USED. WAS I ALWAYS
ABOVE MY STRUGGLED HEAD A LITTLE
BIT. MY TRYING TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS
GOING ON CAREER. PATH THE WAS LANGUAGE PAVED THE, SCIENTISTS
AND I WILL AND ENGINEERS MOST LIKELY NOT
USED BECOME WAS AN ALWAYS ENGINEER ABOVE
MY OR A SCIENTIST HEAD.. MY CAREER PATH WAS UNFORTUNATELY,
PAVED THAT SHIP HAS SAILED., PROFESSIONALLY
AND I WILL MOST, LIKELY I’M NOT BECOME AT A
AN POINT IN ENGINEER MY CAREER OR A SCIENTIST THAT MAKES. SENSE
FOR ME FAMILY UNFORTUNATELY, AND ME
THAT SHIP. HAS PLUS, SAILED. MY PROFESSIONALLY, DAUGHTERS
LOVE I’M AT A THAT I GET TO TAKE
POINT SUMMERS OFF IN MY CAREER WITH THEM THAT
MAKES. AND I’M SENSE FOR ME NOT EVEN FAMILY SAD AND.
ME. PLUS IN FACT,, I’M ABSOLUTELY EXCITED. MY YOU SEE
DAUGHTERS, LOVE WE’VE THAT I GET MET TO TAKE SUMMERS A LOT
OF OFF PROFESSIONALS WITH THEM WITH AWESOME JOBS. AND
RESPONSIBILITIES AND I’M NOT EVEN, MULTIPLE SAD. MASTERS
IN FACT, AND I’M ABSOLUTELY EXCITED PH.D.S.
YOU SEE., WE’VE COULD YOU IMAGINE MET A LOT OF GIVING A
PROFESSIONALS WITH FIVE- AWESOMEMINUTE JOBS
AND IGNITE RESPONSIBILITIES PRESENTATION,
MULTIPLE MASTERS TO THE AND PH.D.S PENTAGON WITH THE.
SECRETARY OF COULD YOU IMAGINE DEFENSE GIVING
AND JOINT A CHIEF OF FIVE- STAFFMINUTE?
IGNITE YEAH, NEITHER PRESENTATION CAN I TO THE.
ALLOW ME TO PENTAGON EXPLAIN WHY MY
WITH THE SECRETARY OF JOB IS SO DEFENSE
AND JOINT CHIEF AWESOME. OF WE GET TO MOTIVATE STAFF THE? YEAH
, NEXT NEITHER GENERATION OF
SCIENTISTS, CAN I. ENGINEER, ALLOW ME TO ARTISTS EXPLAIN,
WHY MY COMMUNICATOR JOB, IS SO OR
EXPLORE EXPLORER. AWESOME. I GOT WE
GET TO MOTIVATE A C MINUS THE IN NEXT GENERATION STATS
OF SCIENTISTS, BUT I CAN, GUARANTEE ENGINEER, ARTISTS WITH
, COMMUNICATOR 100%, OR CONFIDENCE
THAT EACH EXPLORER EXPLORER. AND I GOT A EVERY ONE OF YOU C MINUS
HAD A EDUCATOR IN THAT INFLUENCED STATS, BUT I
CAN GUARANTEE WITH YOU IN 100% CONFIDENCE PART OF YOUR
THAT EACH LIFE AND. MY EVERY ONE OF YOU JOB
HAD A MAY EDUCATOR THAT NOT SOUND SEXY INFLUENCED, BUT WE
ARE THE AGENTS OF CHANGE YOU. IN WE ARE MOTIVATING THE
PART OF YOUR LIFE NEXT. GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS MY
JOB. MAY MY NAME IS NOT PAUL, SOUND
SEXY TOGETHER WITH, ALL THE BUT WE ARE
THE OTHER AGENTS OF EDUCATORS CHANGE IN THIS ROOM., WE ARE
MOTIVATING ESPECIALLY MY TEACHER SQUAD THE NEXT, WE
GENERATION OF PRODUCE SCIENTISTS THE. MY
NAME IS NEXT PAUL, GENERATION TOGETHER OF WITH SUPERHEROS ALL
THE. OTHER THANK YOU EDUCATORS IN THIS.
[APPLAUSE] ROOM, ESPECIALLY MY TEACHER
SQUAD, WE PRODUCE THE NEXT GENERATION
OF SUPERHEROS. THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: HELLO, EVERYBODY,.
MY NAME IS EMMA. I’M CURRENTLY GOING TO DRAKE UNIVERSITY
NEW SPEAKER: HELLO. I WILL BE STARTING MY SECOND, EVERYBODY,.
MY NAME IS YEAR OF PREPHARMACY. EMMA SO. AFTER FOUR I’M MORE
YEARS CURRENTLY, I HOPE GOING TO DRAKE TO COME
UNIVERSITY OUT. I WILL BE STARTING MY SECOND WITH MY
YEAR OF FARM PREPHARMACY D. PHARMACIST
SOMEWHERE SO IN THE AFTER HOSPITAL. FOUR MORE
YEARS I, I ATTENDED JSTI HOPE TO IN THE COME YEAR OF 2016. OUT
AND LET ME WITH MY TELL YOU, FARM D THREE
PHARMACIST SOMEWHERE YEARS AGO IN THE HOSPITAL,. I NEVER COULD
I ATTENDED HAVE JSTI DREAMT THAT I WOULD BE
IN THE YEAR OF SELECTED TO BE PART 2016. OF AN AND INSTITUTE
AS GREAT LET ME AS TELL YOU, JSTI THREE. BUT
YEARS AGO MIRACULOUS,LY I NEVER, COULD HAVE I WAS
SOMEHOW DREAMT THAT I WOULD BE SELECTED SELECTED,
TO BE PART SO YOU COULD OF AN ONLY INSTITUTE IMAGINE AS
MY GREAT AS SURPRISE JSTI WHEN I WAS. ONCE AGAIN
BUT MIRACULOUS SELECTEDLY TO BE , PART OF THE JSTI TEAM I WAS
SOMEHOW. SELECTED BEING, ABLE TO SO YOU
COULD EXPERIENCE ONLY JSTI IMAGINE AS
MY AN SURPRISE ALUM WHEN I WAS ONCE AGAIN WAS JUST
SELECTED AS TO BE FANTASTIC PART OF THE JSTI,
TEAM IF NOT. BETTER THAN BEING PARTICIPATING AS A ABLE TO
STUDENT. EXPERIENCE HAVING JSTI THE OPPORTUNITY AS TO AN
ALUM HELP THE STUDENTS WAS LEARN SOMETHING JUST NEW AS FANTASTIC,
OR MAYBE, EVEN SEE IF NOT THEM BETTER THAN DISCOVER
THEIR PARTICIPATING AS A STUDENT. PASSION IS HAVING
MORE THAN THE OPPORTUNITY I COULD HAVE
TO ASKED FOR HELP THE STUDENTS . LEARN
SOMETHING NEWTHROUGHOUT THE, DURATION OR
OF MY STAY MAYBE EVEN, SEE THEM I WAS DISCOVER LUCKY ENOUGH
THEIR TO BE PASSION PREPARED IS MORE THAN I COULD
HAVE WITH THE ASKED FOR ANTIBIOTIC DISCOVERY. GROUP,
WHICH MADETHROUGHOUT THE ME DURATION VERY OF MY STAY EXCITED
, BECAUSE OF I WAS ITS LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE
RELEVANCE TO MY FIELD OF PREPARED STUDY. IT WAS SUCH
WITH THE ANTIBIOTIC A DISCOVERY GREAT EXPERIENCE
GROUP, WHICH MADE TO BE ABLE TO SEE ME VERY MY GROUP EXCITED GET
BECAUSE OF EXCITED LEARNING ITS ABOUT HOW NEW RELEVANCE TO
MY FIELD ANTIBIOTICS OF STUDY ARE
MADE. IT WAS, AND REALIZE SUCH REALIZING A THE IMPORTANCE
GREAT EXPERIENCE OF THEIR WORK TO, BE ABLE TO NOT
SEE MY JUST TO GROUP CIVILIANS GET, BUT EXCITED LEARNING TO
THE WAR ABOUT FIGHTERS AS WELL HOW NEW.
ARE THE MADE, AND ANTIBIOTICS ADVANCEMENTS
REALIZE REALIZING BEING THE IMPORTANCE MADE IN
OF THEIR WORK, NOT MEDICINE ARE JUST TO LEADING TO CIVILIANS,
LONGER BUT, TO THE WAR FIGHTERS AS WELL
HEALTHIER. THE LIVES AND THE ADVANCEMENTS
INCREASED DEFICIENCY BEING OF MADE IN RAPID PROTOTYPING
MEDICINE ARE IS HELPING LEADING TO EXPAND THE LONGER BOUNDS, OF
TECHNOLOGY TO THOSE HEALTHIER THAT WE HAVE LIVES
NEVER BEFORE SEEN AND THE. THE INCREASED WORK
DEFICIENCY THAT OF JSTI RAPID PROTOTYPING DOES HELPING THE
IS HELPING ADVANCING EXPAND THE PROGRESS OF STEM BOUNDS OF AND
TECHNOLOGY TO THOSE BEING ABLE TO MENTOR THAT WE HAVE
NEVER BEFORE SEEN. THE THE WORK INTELLECTUALS OF THE THAT
FUTURE JSTI HAS DOES BEEN A HELPING
GREAT HORN THE. I WILL ADVANCE ING NOW TURN
PROGRESS OF IT STEM OVER AND BEING TO MY FRIEND ABLE
TO MENTOR DALTON. [APPLAUSE]
THE INTELLECTUALS OF THE FUTURE HAS BEEN A GREAT
HORN. I WILL NOW TURN ITNEW SPEAKER:
HELLO OVER, EVERYONE, TO MY FRIEND. MY NAME IS
DALTON DALTON. [APPLAUSE]
TRACY. I’M CURRENTLY A STUDENT ATTENDING THE
NEW SPEAKER: HELLO UNIVERSITY OF , EVERYONE,NEVADA AT RENO.
MY NAME IS. DALTON I’M A TRACY COMPUTER SCIENCE. I’M MAJOR
WITH CURRENTLY AN A EMPHASIS STUDENT IN CYBER
SECURITY ATTENDING, THE UNIVERSITY OF AND INEVADA AT
RENO ATTENDED JSTI. IN I’M A 2017. COMPUTER SCIENCE THE
MAJOR JOINT WITH SCIENCE AN AND EMPHASIS IN TECHNOLOGY
CYBER SECURITY INSTITUTE, HAS BEEN
AND I ATTENDED A JSTI WONDERFUL IN OPPORTUNITY, NOT
ONLY FOR THE STUDENTS 2017., THE BUT FOR US JOINT SCIENCE AS
WELL, THE AND ALUMNI TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE. AS HAS BEEN THESE
A WONDERFUL LONG OPPORTUNITY, TWO WEEKS HAVE NOT
PASSED ONLY FOR THE, STUDENTS, WE HAVE BUT DEVELOPED
DEEP FOR US AS WELL, FRIENDSHIPS THE AND PROFESSIONAL
ALUMNI CONNECTIONS THAT. WE HAVE NEVER AS BEFORE THESE
LONG TWO WEEKS HAVE SEEN PASSED., THESE WE
HAVE CONNECTIONS DEVELOPED DEEP HAVE BRANCHED OUR NETWORKS
BEYOND AND PROFESSIONAL THE FRIENDSHIPS
CONNECTIONS SCHOOLS THAT THAT WE HAVE NEVER WE
BEFORE ATTEND AND THE SEEN. THESE HOMES OR CONNECTIONS TOWNS
HAVE BRANCHED, OUR CITIES NETWORKS BEYOND THAT WE HAIL
THE SCHOOLS FROM. NEVER WOULD I THAT WE BELIEVE THAT SO MANY
ATTEND PEOPLE WOULD BE AND THE WILLING TO HELP IN HOMES OR
SCHOOL, MY TOWNS CAREER,, CITIES THAT
WE AND MY HAIL FROM JOURNEY TO GET. TO THAT NEVER WOULD I
PLACE BELIEVE THAT. SO MANY AND I CAN PEOPLE
WOULD BE ONLY WILLING TO THANK HELP JSTI IN SCHOOL
FOR THAT, MY CAREER., AND MY JOURNEYAS AN TO GET
ALUMNI TO THAT, I WAS ABLE TO PLACE. WITNESS FIRST AND
FOREMOST AND I CAN THE ONLY THANK JSTI
DEVELOPING MINDS FOR THAT OF THESE.
STUDENTSAS AN ALUMNI CHANGE, I WAS ABLE TO FROM THOSE WITNESS
FIRST OF AND FOREMOST JUST THE NORMAL DEVELOPING STUDENTS
MINDS TO THOSE OF THESE PASSIONATE RESEARCHERS STUDENTS.
CHANGE PEOPLE THAT WANTED TO FIND A
FROM THOSE OF A JUST PLACE IN THIS NORMAL STUDENTS
TO THOSE WORLD PASSIONATE RESEARCHERS..
PEOPLE THAT WANTED THEY FOUND A TO FIND NEW LOVE
FOR A STEM, A AND THAT’S WHAT THIS PLACE
IN THIS PROGRAM’S ABOUT, THIS WORLD.
INSTITUTE.THEY FOUND A NEW FROM THE LOVE FOR OUTSIDE STEM
LOOKING, AND THAT’S IN WHAT THIS,
PROGRAM’S I CAN SEE ABOUT, THAT THIS THIS WAS THE
CHANGE THAT INSTITUTE. AS A STUDENT FROM THE I WENT
OUTSIDE LOOKING FOR IN,, I CAN SEE UNDERWENT
THAT THIS. WAS THE AND CHANGE TRULY, THAT I’M
AS A APPRECIATIVE STUDENT OF THAT I WENT. AS WE FOR PURSUE,
UNDERWENT STEM. FIELDS AND AS STUDENTS TRULY, ALUMNI,
I’M APPRECIATIVE OF THAT,. AS WE TEACHERS PURSUE,
YOU KNOW, STEM WE SEE FIELDS THAT THE
AS STUDENTS IMPORTANCE, ALUMNI OF WHAT WE DO HERE AND BEYOND,
WHERE WE TEACHERS TAKE OUR, YOU KNOW, LESSONS THAT WE’VE WE
SEE LEARNED THAT THE. IMPORTANCE
OF WHAT WEOUR DO GROWTH HERE IN STUDENTS AND AS BEYOND ALUMNI
WHERE WE IN THIS PROGRAM COULD TAKE
ONLY BENEFIT OUR THE LESSONS FUTURE THAT WE’VE
LEARNED OF. STEM. ALL OUR STUDENTS GROWTH, IN STUDENTS
AS PAST, ALUMNI PRESENT, AND FUTURE
IN THIS, PROGRAM WILL COULD ONLY BENEFIT BENEFIT
THE LIKE I HAVE FUTURE OF TWO YEARS AGO AND STEM TODAY. ALL.
STUDENTS, SO AS A PAST, PRESENT THANK YOU,, I
WOULD AND FUTURE LIKE TO, WILL THANK THOSE
BENEFIT THAT HAVE SUPPORTED LIKE US, I THIS PROGRAM HAVE
TWO YEARS AGO, AND AND THE FUTURE TODAY OF
. STEM SO. AS A THANK YOU FROM , ALL OF US
I WOULD LIKE STUDENTS TO, ALUMNI THANK, THOSE THAT AND
HAVE SUPPORTED TEACHERS, THANK US, YOU FOR THIS PROGRAM GIVING
, AND THE US YOUR FUTURE TIME OF
AND STEM RESOURCES. TO MAKE FROM ALL
OF AN US STUDENTS EXPERIENCE LIKE THIS, POSSIBLE ALUMNI, AND.
WITHOUT TEACHERS, YOU GUYS THANK YOU FOR, WE WOULDN’T
GIVING BE HERE US YOUR TODAY. TIME I WOULDN’T
AND HAVE TRAVELED RESOURCES ACROSS THE TO MAKE COUNTRY AN
EXPERIENCE TO LIKE THIS POSSIBLE SPEAK IN
FRONT OF YOU,. WITHOUT YOU GUYS AND, WE CERTAINLY I
WOULDN’T BE WOULDN’T BE PURSUING HERE THE TODAY.
I WOULDN’T FIELD THAT I AM HAVE TODAY. SO TRAVELED ACROSS
THE COUNTRY THANK YOU TO. [APPLAUSE]
SPEAK IN FRONT OF YOU, AND CERTAINLY I WOULDN’T
BE PURSUING THE FIELD THAT I AM
TODAY. SO THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] NEW SPEAKER: WOW. I’M NOT
GOING TO GET EMOTIONAL. I SAID I’M NOT GOING TO GET EMOTIONAL.
BUT THAT, FOR THE NEW SPEAKER: WOW MOST. PART,
I’M NOT CONCLUDES GOING TO GET OUR EMOTIONAL –. THE I
SAID I’M NOT GOING TO GET CEREMONY
EMOTIONAL. BUT THAT, FOR THEIAL MOST PART PART
OF THIS, CONCLUDES EVENT OUR. — WE WILL BE THE SERVING
LUNCH SOON. BUT I WOULD CEREMONY LIKE TO, AGAIN, ECHO A
IAL THANKS TO ALL OF THOSE THAT PART OF
THIS SUPPORTED EVENT US.. WE WILL BE UNIVERSITY OF SERVING
LUNCH SOON. BUT I WOULD DELAWARE, LIKE
TO, AGAIN, ECHO A PRODUCTION THANKS TO AGENCY ALL
OF THOSE THAT, SUPPORTED PARENTS, US FRIENDS., STUDENTS
UNIVERSITY OF , YOU ALL, YOU ARE ALLDELAWARE, GREAT, AND I WILL
KEEP THIS IN MY PRODUCTION HEART AGENCY, FOR PARENTS, MANY
YEARS TO FRIENDS, STUDENTS, YOU COME ALL,. YOU ARE ALL
GREAT, AND I WILL KEEP
THISBUT IF YOU WILL IN MY HEART , FOR
MANY AGAIN, THANK YOU. THANK YOU YEARS TO VERY MUCH. LUNCH,
I BELIEVE IS COME. NOW BEING SERVED. SO IF WE DON’T GET
BUT A IF YOU WILL CHANCE, AGAIN, THANK YOU TO SPEAK LATER.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR VERY MUCH EVERYTHING. YOU’VE DONE
LUNCH,, THANK YOU F I BELIEVE ISOR ATTENDING, NOW AND
GOD BEING BLESS SERVED YOU ALL.. SO
IF THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE]
WE DON’T GET A CHANCE TO SPEAK LATER, THANK YOU FOR
EVERYTHING YOU’VE DONE, THANK YOU FOR
ATTENDING, AND GOD BLESS YOU ALL. THANK
YOU. [APPLAUSE]

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