November 2014, Volume 3 Issue 3 ISSN#2162-8092
JESS is a professionally reviewed academic journal which exclusively publishes original research articles written by high school students. Submissions are reviewed by college professors and research scientists, who are chosen based on their expertise in the area of science that each article addresses. Our mission is to teach students to write articles in the academically accepted format, promote student research, improve science literacy, and publish the most exceptional articles.
Interruptive Facebook Use Significantly Worsens Working Memory in a Digitally Enriched Learning Environment
Metabolic Profiling of Slowly Cycling Cells Reveals Differences in Glucose, Lactate, and Choline Concentrations in Melanoma Cells
Ishaan Parikh1*, Ms. Angelique Bosse2, and Sergey Magnitsky3
Student1, Teacher2: Montgomery Blair High School, 51 University Blvd. E., Silver Spring, MD 20901
Mentor: University of California, San Francisco, 185 Berry Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
*Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethan Paik Marzban1 and Caren Marzban2*
Student1: Home-schooled, Seattle, WA 98199
Mentor2: Department of Statistics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98105-6698
*Corresponding Author: email@example.com
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