Meet the team!

2022-2023 Members
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President
Gao Kamalanavin

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Vice president
Amaan Aliani

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Content manager
Hansae Ryu

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Event manager
Anik Ratta

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Head editor
Jynna Wongswan

Head editor
Samuel Lim

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Social media manager
Marwin Banluelap

2020-2021 Members
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President:

 

Ena Hashimoto

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President:

 

Patrick Walsh

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Vice President:

 

Natabhorn (Plume Plume) Kashemsri Na Ayudhaya

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Content Manager:

 

Akshita Malhotra

 

Event Manager

Jiwon Yoo

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Head Editor:

 

Carolyn Suradejvibul

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Head Editor:

 

Narin (Estelle) Kim

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Social Media Manager:

 

Kamolnisa (Gao) Kamalanavin

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Social Media Manager:

 

Rou An (Roanne) Chen

2019-2020 Members
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Sonam Okuda

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Junha Park

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Yunnan Dumnernchanvanich

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Priya Shah

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Charles (Charlie) Golsby

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Risako Kusomoto

Nabhiraks (Jade) Bhakdibhumi

2018-2019 Founding Members
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Founder

Varisa (Fern) Tantivess

Science is a beautiful branch of knowledge that, when examined for what it truly is, reveals itself as a complex fundamental building block of the world that holds countless solutions. Scrutinizing and analyzing its laws and theories can provide revelations that no other subject can do for me. However, science truly excites me most when its applications are clearly visible. This was confirmed when I completed an internship on Microbial Fuel Cells, and I began to see the infinite relationships between all the things we learn in school. The interdisciplinary concept of combining Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths to construct a plausible, sustainable solution, inspired me to share this with the world, leading me to continue this website, as for me, that's where the knowledge truly belongs -  the public. 

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Momiji Uji

 

The area of science that interests me the most is Dietetics: the science of how food and nutrition affect human health. Hippocrates once said ‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’ and it truly emphasizes the importance of food on our health. Remember, you are what you eat (and drink). For me, knowing about how the food you eat is biologically used in the body and the effect those mechanisms have is just so fascinating and intriguing. I mean who wouldn’t love learning about food!!

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Karnsiree (Ling Ling) Chen

I am personally interested in studying medicine in the future, which is why biology and chemistry are particularly intriguing to me. I particularly enjoy reading about neuroscience and the origin and evolution of interesting natural oddities. Learning how the human body works and our evolutionary quirks is utterly fascinating

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Jing-Wen Weng

 

I study both higher level biology and chemistry, but biology is what holds a special place in my heart. I’m particularly interested in parasites (the Schistosoma mansoni are absolute legends) and I highly recommend reading “Parasite Rex: inside the bizarre world of nature’s most dangerous creatures”.

 

P.S. Yes I wrote that foot fetish article. No, I don’t have a foot fetish.

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Anika Kothari

 

Partaking in the Computer Science IB course is extremely enriching, but I have also taken AP psychology. With this, what I find most fascinating is the vast theories debating the significance and roles of each part within the brain and also how there are no definitive answers to how the human mind works.

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Pavitra (Rita) Hsieh

 

New discoveries from ongoing research and the application of those discoveries in medicine for a better lifestyle is what interests me the most in science!

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Maya Lemaire

 

I would call myself a butterfly enthusiast. I enjoy studying their patterns and the genes that lead to these. Butterflies are, to me, the most amazing example of adaptive radiation as the diversity of patterns is simply awe-inspiring.