• “When the Sea Turned to Silver” Is Golden

    by - Jun 15, 2017
    By ALP TURGUT Grace Lin’s “When the Sea Turned to Silver” is centered around Pinmei, a shy girl from a small mountain village, her grandmother the Storyteller, and Pinmei’s friend Yishan. The Storyteller is well known...
  • “Grayson” Makes a Splash

    by - Jun 14, 2017
    By ALP TURGUT Grayson is about the true story of its author Lynne Cox and her encounter with a baby whale. On the day of the interaction, Cox was practicing strokes in Seal Beach, California. Suddenly,...
  • Congratulations to the JerEcho!

    by - Jun 9, 2017
    By Jordana Pearlman and Lindsay Silverman The JerEcho enjoyed another spectacular year of awards and recognition including placing for Best Online News Site in all three of our regional contests. LIU Post – Best of High School...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Participants Sandra Li and Seongjee (Alison) Park

    by - May 25, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Sandra Li Elucidating Cancer Racial Health Disparities: The Differential Response of African and Caucasian American Colon Cancer Cells to Vitamin E Sandra’s study sought to observe the response of African American and Caucasian...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Participants Brian Sang and Michael Lai

    by - May 23, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Brian Sang Remediation of Aqueous Organic Contaminants: Sorption Coefficient Comparison of Various b-Cyclodextrin Modified Zeolites and Unmodified Zeolite Brian’s research is based on the removal of aqueous organic contaminants with the use of...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Scholars Zhitong (John) Wang and Justin Kim

    by - May 10, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Zhitong (John) Wang Computational Modeling of Neuronal Networks: Clarifying Neural Dynamics for Neuropathological Investigations John’s research is on using computer modeling to study abnormal neuronal networks in schizophrenia. “Applications extend to virtual pharmacological...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Scholar Adam Pahlavan

    by - May 9, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Adam Pahlavan Connecting the Spin-Diluted Ising Model to Bacterial Chemotaxis: A Cluster- Based Approach to Characterizing Chemoreceptor Dynamics Adam’s project utilizes a novel application of a previously generated computer model to study bacterial...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Scholar Ruiwen (Doris) Fu

    by - May 8, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Ruiwen (Doris) Fu Potent Treatment of Renal Fibrosis: A Novel Inhibitor of Hipk2- Smad3 Interaction After moving to Jericho three years ago, Doris found her voice in science research. The Regeneron STS Scholar...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Participants Serena Tam and Grace Hu

    by - May 4, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Serena Tam An extracellular matrix (ECM) targeting microRNA (miR-29) and its novel association with matricellular protein thrombospondin-2 (TSP2) Although science research focuses on all fields of science, the extracellular matrix within the human...
  • Focus on 2017 Regeneron Scholar Nathaniel Lee

    by - May 1, 2017
    By CAROLINE CHEN Nathaniel Lee Novel Femtosecond ZnSe Ceramic Based Optical Parametric Oscillators: Cost-Effective Lasers for Infrared Spectroscopy Applications Nathaniel’s project is on the novel application of ceramic based materials for cheaper infrared lasers. “Previous infrared...