Henry Lin: What we can learn from galaxies far, far away
Henry Lin - Student scientist
At 17, Henry Lin won an Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for his mathematical models of distant galaxy clusters. Full bio
massive these systems can get.
very, very mysterious,
doesn't like to interact very much,
when we smash things together.
possibly observe in nature.
problems are not obvious.
About the speaker:Henry Lin - Student scientist
At 17, Henry Lin won an Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for his mathematical models of distant galaxy clusters.
Why you should listen
Henry Lin studies the very hot, very large and very strange -- that is, distant galaxy clusters. (Obviously.) Lin, who matriculated at Harvard University in the fall of 2013, thinks we can learn a lot about astrophysics by studying these giant celestial bodies. In early 2013 he won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award, the second-highest award at the Intel Science Fair, for his models of far-away galaxies. Lin is a graduate of Caddo Magnet High School in Shreveport, Louisiana.
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