( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-03-07 23:39:51 )
The annual Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair (GSDSEF) is set for March 14th through March 19th at Balboa Park in San Diego. Hundreds of students from San Diego and Imperial County schools will be presenting science projects ranging from astronomy to zoology. ScienCell R&D Scientists Dr. Jennifer Welser, Dr. Bonnie Marsick, Dr. Yongjiang Daniel Li, and Ms. Wendy Tang are excited to act as volunteer judges for the event.
"I have fond memories designing my own science fair projects and strongly believe that participation in such fairs helped spark my interest in science" said Dr. Welser, the Director of R&D and Scientific Affairs at ScienCell Research Laboratories. "We welcome the opportunity to give back to the community and serve as judges for such a worthy endeavor." Dr. Marsick agreed, saying, "Balboa Park is an exciting environment to celebrate youth science and inspire future scientists".
About the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair
GSDSEF is celebrating 63 years of youth science excellence in San Diego and providing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) opportunities for 7th-12th grade students throughout San Diego and Imperial counties. The science fair strives to encourage and reward professional excellence by promoting literacy and educational enrichment in the sciences benefiting students, teachers and schools. http://www.GSDSEF.org
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ScienCell provides a variety of high quality normal human and animal cells, cell culture media and reagents, gene analysis tools, cell-derived molecular biology products, cell-based assay kits, and stem cell products for the research community.
To complement our vast array of primary human and animal cells, we offer specialty medium designed to selectively promote unique cell growth, including STEMium™, which allows for the optimal growth of human pluripotent stem cells under feeder-free conditions. The Scientists at ScienCell are studying and developing cell therapeutic strategies to significantly improve the quality of life for patients with degenerative diseases.
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