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ESP Biography



JOSHUA EGGOLD, ESP Teacher




Major: Cancer Biology

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2020

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Past Classes

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W6892: Logic Puzzles in Splash Fall 2018 (Dec. 01 - 02, 2018)
Drop by to solve some fun and challenging logic puzzles! We will be working through puzzles with a variety of difficulties. Puzzles can be done individually or collaboratively.


B6894: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Fall 2018 (Dec. 01 - 02, 2018)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


B6405: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Spring 2018 (May. 05 - 06, 2018)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


W6406: Logic Puzzles in Splash Spring 2018 (May. 05 - 06, 2018)
Drop by to solve some fun and challenging logic puzzles! We will be working through puzzles with a variety of difficulties. Puzzles can be done individually or collaboratively.


W6093: Logic Puzzles in Splash Fall 2017 (Nov. 11 - 12, 2017)
Drop by to solve some fun and challenging logic puzzles! We will be working through puzzles with a variety of difficulties. Puzzles can be done individually or collaboratively.


B6094: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Fall 2017 (Nov. 11 - 12, 2017)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


L5750: The Language of Logic: How to Prove your Point in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 22 - 23, 2017)
What makes a good argument? How can you tell if argument is sound? The answer: logic! In this class we’ll take a look at some basic principles of logic including informal, categorical, and propositional logic, with lots of fun hands-on examples. We’ll also discuss common logical fallacies and how to avoid them. Most importantly we’ll talk about everyday uses of logic and how to spot a good argument. We’ll also be tackling some challenging and fun logic puzzles! IF this sounds like fun, THEN you should attend this class. It’s only logical!


B5751: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 22 - 23, 2017)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


W5752: Logic Puzzles in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 22 - 23, 2017)
Drop by to solve some fun and challenging logic puzzles! We will be working through puzzles with a variety of difficulties. Puzzles can be done individually or collaboratively.


B5186: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Fall 2016 (Dec. 03 - 04, 2016)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


L5187: The Language of Logic: How to Prove your Point in Splash Fall 2016 (Dec. 03 - 04, 2016)
What makes a good argument? How can you tell if argument is sound? The answer: logic! In this class we’ll take a look at some basic principles of logic including informal, categorical, and propositional logic, with lots of fun hands-on examples. We’ll also discuss common logical fallacies and how to avoid them. Most importantly we’ll talk about everyday uses of logic and how to spot a good argument. We’ll also be tackling some challenging and fun logic puzzles! IF this sounds like fun, THEN you should attend this class. It’s only logical!


L4886: The Language of Logic: How to Prove your Point in Splash Spring 2016 (Apr. 09 - 10, 2016)
What makes a good argument? How can you tell if argument is sound? The answer: logic! In this class we’ll take a look at some basic principles of logic including informal, categorical, and propositional logic, with lots of fun hands-on examples. We’ll also discuss common logical fallacies and how to avoid them. Most importantly we’ll talk about everyday uses of logic and how to spot a good argument. We’ll also be tackling some challenging and fun logic puzzles! IF this sounds like fun, THEN you should attend this class. It’s only logical!


B4887: Biological Breakthroughs in Splash Spring 2016 (Apr. 09 - 10, 2016)
CRISPR, PCR, SDS-PAGE, FISH, RFLP, IF, CyTOF, MIBI, ATAC-seq, ChIP, ACT, CAR. From this list of biological techniques, you can probably tell that scientists really like acronyms! But what else can these techniques tell us? This class will provide an overview of groundbreaking biological techniques that have been developed within the last few decades, with a focus on why they are so useful. We will also spend time discussing the future potentials of biological research to improve our lives. If you’re interested in biology, scientific research, love to think creatively, or want to learn about some awesome technology, this class is for you!


B4703: Criminals Beware! Your DNA is Everywhere in Splash Fall 2015 (Nov. 07 - 08, 2015)
Come learn how DNA is used to catch the bad guys! This class will introduce students to molecular biology techniques seen on shows such as NCIS and CSI to identify criminals using evidence from a crime scene. We will discuss techniques such as PCR and DNA fingerprinting and perform hands-on activities to solve the crime!