"If one Einstein was able to make such a profound impact, imagine a world where we had thousands of Einsteins. We could solve the world's toughest problems."
This is the vision of the Samyak Science Society. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on spreading STEAM awareness to inspire & ignite the spark of curiosity with youth across the world and in our local communities. By practicing new paradigms of teaching, inspiring youth, and creating opportunities for the under-served, we can make a difference.
Aditya is a MD Student at Harvard Medical School. He has a BS in Biomedical Engineering. His research focuses on improving cancer screening using artificial intelligence and he has published five papers. Aditya believes that “experimental learning” will empower youth to pursue STEM. His advocacy efforts have led to being named a “Top 30 Changemaker” by the T-Mobile Foundation.
Rishab is a high school student who believes in the importance of teaching curiosity. His own curiosity has inspired him to develop tools to improve pancreatic cancer treatment, make YouTube videos, and engage in public speaking at TEDx. He has also been named “America’s Top Young Scientist” and one of Time Magazine’s “25 Most Influential Teens.”
The Samyak Science Society is registered as 'S3 STEM Club' at Westview High School. Our club members focus on STEAM outreach in the local Portland community through schools, libraries, and more. The S3 Club is spearheading the workshop program in Portland, OR.
Rishab JainClub President2019-Current
Rishab is a sophomore at Westview High School. He is a student researcher who conducts research in pancreatic cancer and artificial intelligence. In his free time, Rishab enjoys making YouTube videos about technology, making web apps, running, and competing in science fairs.
Hrishi ThevarClub President of Membership2019-Current
Hrishi is a sophomore at Westview High school. His interests are Astrophysics and Mathematics. He has been a science ambassador mentoring elementary school kids. Hrishi spends his free time stargazing, making CG animations and educational YouTube videos on Astrophysics.