EXCHANGE: 16-year-old girl in classes, researching at ISU

Lenore Sobota, The (bloomington) Pantagraph Updated 9:05 pm, Monday, September 14, 2015 gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-8632500|article-gallery-6504203|1 gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-8632501|article-gallery-6504203|2 Photo: David Proeber, AP Image 1of/2 Caption Close gallery_thumbnails_show|article-gallery-6504203|article-gallery-6504203|0 gallery_overlay_open|article-gallery-6504203|article-gallery-6504203|0 gallery_overlay_open_thumbs|article-gallery-6504203|article-gallery-6504203|0 Image 1 of 2 This Sept. 9, 2015 photo shows an image on the computer of Illinois State University student Annabelle Shaffer, 16, who is helping to develop mathematical models for the function of neurons. The computer image of the plot is a graphical representation of the type of work Shaffer is doing at the school in Normal, Ill. Shaffer has been taking classes at the university since she was 14. In addition to taking college courses, she also is assisting physics professors with neuroscience research. (David Proeber/The Pantagraph via AP) Photo: David Proeber, AP This Sept. 9, 2015 photo shows an image on the computer…


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