Anup Malani and Michael Sonnenschein, Chicago and Los Angeles respectively, repeat winners, now collaborating on a new project of interest. Jesse Lee, Calgary, to lower the costs on developing safe and effective sugar substitutes. Russel Ismael, Montreal, just finished as an undergraduate, to develop a new mucoadhesive to improve drug delivery outcomes. Calix Huang, USC,
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Jesse Lee, Calgary, to lower the costs on developing safe and effective sugar substitutes.
Russel Ismael, Montreal, just finished as an undergraduate, to develop a new mucoadhesive to improve drug delivery outcomes.
Calix Huang, USC, 18 years old, general career development, AI and start-ups,
Shrey Jain, Toronto, AI and cryptography and privacy.
Jonathan Xu, Toronto, currently Singapore, general career support, also with an interest in AI, fMRI, and mind-reading.
Viha Kedia, Dubai/ starting at U. Penn., writing, general career development.
Krishiv Thakuria, entering sophomore in high school, Ontario, Ed tech and general career development.
Alishba Imran, UC Berkeley/Ontario, to study machine learning and robotics and materials, general career development, and for computing time and a home lab.
Nasiyah Isra-Ul, Chesterfield, VA, to write about, promote, and create a documentary about home schooling.
Sarhaan Gulati, Vancouver, to develop drones for Mars.
And the new Ukrainian cohort:
Viktoriia Shcherba, Kyiv, now entering Harris School, University of Chicago, to study economic and political reconstruction.
Dmytro Semykras, Graz, Austria, to develop his career as a pianist.
Please do note there is some “rationing of cohorts,” so some recent winners are not listed but next time will be. And those working on talent issues will (in due time) end up in their own cohort.
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