LSC to honor three NJ students who are using science to improve the world

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This Monday night at 8 pm, Liberty Science Center is honoring three incredible students at I Stand For Science: LSC’s Virtual Genius Gala!

These students – all from New Jersey – are already hard at work shaping the future and creating a better world for all of us.

Learn more about the three I Stand For Science Student Heroes below, and RSVP now to attend the event on Facebook (streamed LIVE, for free, on LSC’s Facebook page!).

Taylor Brown, a rising high school senior, took part in LSC’s Partners in Science program over the summer, working with public health safety experts to guide new protocols that have helped the Science Center safely reopen to guests. She also became a certified contact tracer, and plans to pursue a career in medicine.

Jagdeep Singh, 18, recently placed second in the 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search for his work in artificial intelligence and machine learning. He is currently a first-year student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Ramzi Saber spent his childhood in Casablanca, Morocco, where the stars are clear and bright over the Western Sahara. Once relocated to New Jersey, he kept his eyes on the skies—and gathered the first concrete mathematical, visual, and chemical data of an exoplanet 125 light years away.

Be sure to RSVP to the event on Facebook so you don't forget to join us live this Monday night!

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