- Format your reference section and references used according to APA guidelines. Include a title page, an introduction, a conclusion and references.
- Review segment one of the TED Talks video and choose one presenter to focus your assignment on.
- Cite your reference to support your assignment. Use the resources in the University Library to ensure you have correctly cited your references.
- Complete the sections below in a written, APA style 600-word (minimum, over 600 is fine) paper. Use APA internal headers named to match the sections below (see purple font).
What you need to write about:
Topic of the research
What did the researcher choose as their topic- what is the topic about?
Importance of the Topic
The researcher mentions why this is important to them, tell us about this.
What did they use? Where did they do this?
What did the researcher find after collecting and analyzing their data
How a health care or health services administrator can use the research to improve their organization
How could you apply this to a medical organization to benefit the organization, the patients or both?
Explanation & Answer
Running Head: GOOGLE SCIENCE FAIR
Google science fair
GOOGLE SCIENCE FAIR
Google Science Fair
Generally, the TED talk is about three young women (teenagers); Shree Bose, Lauren
Hodge and Naomi Shah, who come out to designate their astonishing projects. They also define
their route to the desire for science. Lauren Hodge explains the topic she calls "The Hidden
Danger" the danger in “global fried chicken” she says that these meals have organic compounds
that with her research finds the chicken unhealthy to feed on. She says time in preparing the
chicken or basically cooking should not be less nor more, this meaning one should neither
undercook nor overcook. Her data collection was helped by her reading information from her
doctor’s office about the lawsuit that sued several companies. She achieved this at the lab from a
friend who she found after emailing 200 people within a 5hr radius.
Shree Bose starts a cancer research in a lab at the UNT Science Center based in Texas,
with the help of Doctor Basu. She researches about how to stop cancer without having to take a
lot of meds, she considers them to be chemicals that obviously harmful. Hence she says the
chemo-therapy drugs causes the cancer cells to kill themselves but contradicts this with the fact
that some patients resist this drug hence not being effective as the drug is said to be. She works
had to find a way that patients won't be able to resist anymore. The energy protein is the answer,
she says the protein change from the sensitive cells to the resistance cells and this might be
changing the resistance cells thus being a positive result, especially to the patient. This meaning
that it is possible for a cancer patient to be cured but with the same drugs.
Last on the talk is by Naomi Shah who comes in with a research on "The toxicological
effect of air quality on the lung health of asthmatic patients", she says reports are that over "300
million" people are asthmatic or suffer from asthma and that the majority of these people spend
90% of their time living indoors (EPA, 2009). She says the major air pollutants are carbon
GOOGLE SCIENCE FAIR
dioxide, carbon monoxide, (TVOC) and particulate matter. She uses a software model that she
creates to hel...