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IEGS Science Represents East Coast-West Coast

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The East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry was a feud in the 1990s. For IEGS In 2014 East Coast-West Coast means a happy science outcome. For the first time at the school, IEGS students advanced in two separate regional qualifiers, Göteborg and Stockholm. Ana Latorre was part of a two person research team that examined the morphology of West Coast aquatic plants. Her team took first prize in Göteborg! Simon Waserbrot advanced from the Stockholm regionals to the national finals with his project on tumor necrosis factor ? effects on rheumatoid arthritis patients. Both Ana and Simon competed in the National finals last week. Stay tuned for results of that competition!

Ana Latorre
Simon Waserbrot
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