Archer Honors Research in Science Student Published in the European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience

The European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience published a research paper by Archer alumna Sofia G. '16.
The European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience published a research paper by Archer alumna Sofia G. '16.

Sofia submitted her Honors Research in Science paper for publication over the summer after her graduation. She is the first research student at Archer to be published within the academic STEM community.

"With more students having the opportunity to develop their research over several years like Sofia, I'm hoping this will encourage more students to publish their research like this in the future," shared Hanna Shohfi, Archer Biology & Research teacher.

Click here to read the published piece, titled "The effect of electromagnetic fields on the Arion distinctus in the presence of various wavelengths of light". 
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