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The warhawks aim for first

By NIKHIL GRANDHI, senior At the mention of the word “robotics,” images of metallic, cantankerous bodies of steel clashing with each other often occupy our imaginations. However, JP’s Robotics team, the WarHawks, engages in a much more practical application of robotics in the international For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) program. … Continue reading

Walk the Wa(l)ksman
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Walk the Wa(l)ksman

By ARIHANT SETH, junior On December 7, the John P. Stevens Waksman Scholars Program traveled to Rutgers University to display its current genetic research on the duckweed species, Landoltia punctata. The Waksman program provides opportunities for high school students and their biology teachers to participate in and contribute to an authentic research project focusing on molecular biology and bioinformatics. In the midst of a very productive year, … Continue reading

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Th4+ + In3+ + K+ for gold

With styrofoam molecular models, colorful posters, and goggles in hand, the JPS Chemistry Physics Club boarded the school bus to embark on their journey to the 27th annual NJ Chemistry Olympics. Held at NJIT on May 17, the NJ Chemistry Olympics is a competition that challenges students to apply their chemistry knowledge to hands-on labs … Continue reading