Four students competed in the 5th annual UC Berkeley Bioengineering Honors Society Contest and Symposium on April 7
Posted 04/09/2018 09:28AM

Juniors Anna Fennerty, Katia Renault, Lauren Chow and Claire Cruse competed in the 5th annual UC Berkeley Bioengineering Honors Society Contest and Symposium on April 7. Students chose to solve a biological problem and design a solution. The team decided to use gene editing technology to propose a design that would revolutionize the vaccine making process. They made videos describing their solution, a poster and a Powerpoint presentation. They were judged by a team of professionals in the field in an "industry pitch" as well as presented to a panel of graduate students and professors. The girls put a tremendous amount of effort into designing their solution, processing feedback from a mentor and researching feasibility and marketability. They were accompanied by their teacher and mentor, Mona Dunne (right).


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