Research at Home: Coding and App Creation
Coding can be a project in and of itself or a tool to enhance a project in any subject area.
Whether coding is a mystery to you or you are an expert, here are some resources, opportunities and ideas for you to take it to the next level for your research project!
Learn to Code and Create Apps
There are many great resources to learn from. Here are a few our team recommends:
Try out an Express Course, do an Hour of Code, or drop by Code Studio!
Have 15 minutes? Play this game and code your hero through their quest!
Congressional App Challenge
This STEM Action Grant recipient can put you on the path to creating your own app!
ISEF Abstracts on Coding and App Creation
Check out these projects in Systems Software and Embedded Systems, two of the twenty-one Regeneron ISEF categories. See more ISEF abstracts by visiting the ISEF Project database.
- The Novel Real-Time Sidewalk Direction Recognition Algorithm for Visually Impaired
- PhotoFolio: A Smartphone Application for the Efficient Detection of Various Plant Diseases Using Machine Learning
- Library Book Counting Based on the Image Recognition of Book Spines and Color Labels
- EmerSave: A Novel Crowdsourcing Emergency Response Application
Society Blog Posts about Coding and App Creation
Articles about Coding and App Creation
Science News and Science News for Students are our award-winning publications that cover current advances across all STEM disciplines. We have gathered a collection of articles specifically on Coding and App Creation to further shed light on this topic and provide inspiration for student research projects.
Saving vanishing ‘tongues’
Many languages disappear every year. In a race against time, language researchers are using digital technology to preserve those tongues from extinction
Parag Pathak uses data and algorithms to make public education fairer
After designing school choice systems, he’s studying student performance
New apps match donated items with people in need
Teens developed them to aid the hungry or people suffering in the wake of major disasters
Dissect a frog and keep your hands clean
We compare three smartphone frog dissection apps to find the best
To end social distancing, the U.S. must dramatically ramp up contact tracing
How open will Americans be to having their movements tracked?
Smartphone app helps researchers track art ‘acne’
Computer program lets scientists study the metal-soap zits that damage oil paintings
IgNobel prize honors scoop on the way dogs poop
A study on the direction dogs face when they poop won the 2014 IgNobel prize in biology
These scientists help rescue ‘broken’ digital art
Hardware and software updates can damage computer-based art — and restoring it is tricky