Independent Research by Research Club Members
Message from the Research in Science Club advisers
We are delighted to present this virtual science fair. The fair showcases the magnificent research and work of the leadership and members of the Delbarton Research in Science Club - as well as the work of many other schools' science students.
The Delbarton Research in Science Club was founded just last year by Will Li, Kevin Zhong and Alex Luo.  What started as a little meeting in Rm. 110 of the science department has grown exponentially to include a big cross section of Delbarton students interested in science, engineering, robotics, computers and other subjects.  It is the home for kids who really like and enjoy science and engineering - and who are very clever at it!
It has been an honor for us to advise and work with some of the most exceptional students at Delbarton - especially the club's current leaders, Will Li, Cole Kiefer, Stephen Daly and Jack Nelson.  We look forward to many great things to come from the club in the future.
As our club motto reminds us: In Theoremate Id Operatur!
- Bob Bitler, Brian Theroux, Pete O'Connell, Research in Science Club advisors
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Abhinav Naidu
Does Increasing The Amount Of Nitrogen Given To A Plant Increase The Transpiration Rate Of The Plant?
Arthur Metzler, Theo ‭Coughlin
How Different Economic Indicators Affect Emerging Markets
Connor Teehan, Evan Reigle, Colin Sutter
Algae Growth Study
Jack Maurer
DIY Fluorescent Microscope Research
Jack Szymanski
A Study of the Geography of Delbarton’s Watershed and the Effect of its Proximity to Delbarton Campus on the Quality of the Water and Biodiversity
James Reinke, Hunter Zienowicz
Research of Stress Inducers/Reducers for Delbarton Students
John Siegel, Jack Nelson, Zach Vincent
Delbarton Robotics Invitational
Lemachi Enweremadu
The Better Exhaust
Leo Cooley, Connor Ketchum
Matthew Sebastian
Ryan Park, Alexander Vandenhende, Ethan Low
Cancer Research in Arabidopsis Plants
Stephen Daly, Gabe Benz, John Kapustka
Running Biomechanics
Travis Ehrenberg
A Comparison of the Proclivity of Insect Larvae to Decompose Polystyrene
William Li
A New Set of Stability Criteria Extending Lyapunov's Direct Method
William Li
Lane Change Path Planning for Autonomous Driving

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