COVID-19 Trend Detection BANANABOTS

Ethan built a website to automatically track the spread of COVID-19 for all states in America. The data were plotted differently from major news media, it was based on a novel method from this website:

If the curves started to bend downward, this is a good signal that the spread of the virus is slowing down. Currently, the curves for most US states are still going straight up, only New York state started to show a tiny sign of leveling off. If you prefer smoother curves, you can increase the number of days for rolling average to 5 or 7.

Our Body's Fight with Coronavirus BANANABOTS

Coach Cindy put together the English version of this comics based on the original work in Chinese, so that our high schoolers can learn more about our body's immune system while under attack by the virus.

Real-time World COVID-19 Stats U.S TEENS

Avi Schiffmann, a 17-year-old high schooler from Washington State, created this online application that tracks the Covid-10 case numbers around world. With about 30 million visitors a day, the website shows how all the countries and regions have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Swan Project WORLD TEENS

Organized by by Cameron Chiu and Brandon Cheng from Chicago, 24 student cellists from 12 countries come together, virtually, to play the well-known cello piece "The Swan" from Saint-Saƫns's The Carnival of the Animals. This is a remarkable effort in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and shows the world "that our bodies may be in different places, but our souls can still unite through music".