Three Midwood students received digital badges for their entries in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search. The Society for Science and the Public in partnership with the Intel Foundation awards digital badges to inspire learning, confirm accomplishment, and validate the acquisition of knowledge or skills.
- Rumsha Javed
received a Research Report Badge for her project "DNA-damage induced and p53-dependent nucleolin translocation in breast cancer cells." Rumsha worked under the supervision of Dr. Anjana D. Saxena in the Department of Biology at Brooklyn College.
- Sabrina Bernstein
received a Research Report Badge for her project "Autism and its impact on siblings". Sabrina worked under the supervision of Mr. Daniel Krieger in the Social Science Research program at Midwood High School
- Leutrim Cahani
received a Student Initiative Badge for his project "The role of vitamin D in Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection in human epithelial cells." Leutrim worked under the supervision of Dr. Nicolas Biais in the Department of Biology at Brooklyn College.