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ISEF: Natalie Ng on winning a Science award for her work on Bacterial Transformation Efficiency . . . interviewed by A.J. Killoran (video)

Posted on: 03-Feb-2010

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In this interview A.J. Killoran talks to Natalie Ng, who received the Synopsys Championship Award and an Isabelle Stone Award for Best Biological Science Projects, for her project, titled: Bacterial Transformation Efficiency. They discuss what it was like to win the award, the time commitment, how she got interested in genetics, what’s there to like about Math and Science, what else she does.

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