Madison Koskey had the highest score in the class on this project task:
Fold an idealized protein known as S64 to obtain a highest possible score in the hydrophobic-polar protein folding model in three dimensions.
This problem was studied by Lesh, Mitzenmacher, and Whitesides (2003).
Above we see Madison’s intricate folding of S64 which earned a score of 27.
To try your hand at rotating it in 3D, go directly to this link.