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MPC's STEAM 3.0

Project Title: You are STEMtastic!
Contributors: McKena Ortiz, Marjorie Francisco, Jasmine Mahoff, Norah Takehara, Soren Samak, Jenna Hall, William Nader, Nathalie Morales-Alvarado, Tareena Jamili, Valery Ortiz, & Elisabeth Thomas

Lightbulb iconStudents were asked who their most influential scientists were and what words embody these inspirational people. The results are below.


 


Bakni, M. (2020, December 6). An imaginary portrait for Al-Khwarizmi derived from a soviet stamp [illustration]. Wikipedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Al-Khwarizmi_portrait.jpg

MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. (1955). Rosalind Franklin with microscope in 1955 [photo]. Wikipedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rosalind_Franklin_(retouched).jpg 

[Photograph of Salwa Nassar](n.d.)Lebanese American University. https://www.lau.edu.lb/about/history/presidents.php