Here's a fun math fact: Did you know that the infinity symbol is called a lemniscate? This is derived from the Latin word lemniscatus, which means "decorated with ribbon", and the Greek word for "ribbon".
Today, in math, we typically refer to the infinity graph as a lemniscate, and then we called it an infinity or a crazy 8 in person
In the first month of 2021, I went to bed smarter than I woke up everyday, and I want to make sure that the same is happening for you too. For each update, I'll be sharing some knowledge.
Biohacking is a technology at the forefront of the DIY biology movement, which describes the idea of building biological systems without the need for laboratory systems. Biohacking can enhance so many fields, from women's health to synthetic biology at home, to personalized medicine. Read more here, or click the picture! This is a 62-minute review; it's worth it! I'm also building an MVP for biohacking, so let me know if you're interested!
I was able to talk to the CEO, as well! Check out my review:
I've been working on an independent research project regarding recombinant DNA and vectors. I'm currently looking to move my initial research into its next steps. Now, I'm moving into developing new technologies involving yeast-based protein production for genomics (yeast has the largest ever sequenced genome), and protein production applications.
I was featured in Forbes, in an article called Equipping Youth To Change The World, featuring two other kids in TKS alongside the Founders. My mention was acknowledging Respiray/Dignosys, an app I developed and received government recognition from PA07's Representative Susan Wild. It helped to diagnose respiratory diseases from medical images. They also recognized my group work with Dignosys, an app that I built with my TKS Teammates, which we used to manage cardiovascular diseases and patient management through the blockchain. Both apps use artificial intelligence! Click below to read!
Ways I've Changed/How my Life has Changed:
I've slept on the floor for 1+ months. I started biohacking - taking naps, acne tracking, circadian rhythm optimization
Not spending any of my money on food
Eating Healthily and minimizing snacks
More time spent reading
Not wasting as much time; working on things that matter
Streamlining my goals and ambitions
Stopped caring about nonsense.
Learned that I should always bounce back.
Learned A LOT about the origin of words.
Learned how to get what I want (within reasonable measure).
Made new friends
Doing things on time, and being on the ball
Tennis and exercise, multiple times a week
Learning from my mistakes, and being able to correct them efficiently
Celebrating others, being nicer, being appreciative
Worked even harder - learned how to strike a balance
Also learned how to prioritize
Documented, Taking Notes
A work in school
Was consistently putting out content
Actively pursuing opportunities
Building stoicism, exploring solipsism
Learned how to brainstorm with CEOs
Improved speaking on demand
Taller, older, feeling better
Navigated the Success-Optionality Paradox
Did quite a bit of coding
Violinist - district orchestra (named top 40 violinists)
Fidutam recently won a $20,000 prize and is now a semifinalist for an international competition. We also have our static beta up and running, a new website, and our publication! We've also drafted and completed our full business plan and decks which are going to private investors and competitions. Aside from our beta, we have also developed our working prototype, which is being demoed, but not available to the public yet.
I'm also incoming as a project manager, consultant, advisor at companies like Aleph Farms (and more!), and working out details to help build out kindearth.tech and newprotein.org in Amsterdam! I'm also working on a couple of AI internships, and hope to assume a new priority part-time one soon!