My research-based interactive application has won the 2015 Congressional App Challenge and is being featured on display in the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC for the entire year of 2016. My application is an innovative web instructional tool that uses research-based technology and pedagogical methods to enhance student-centered learning in chemistry. There have been many obstacles in implementing research-based teaching recommendations in classrooms, so I created an original web-based instructional tool to overcome these obstacles. My application has been tested by hundreds of high school and college students and has increased student learning by 78% compared to traditional teaching. It has received many regional and national awards in innovation in education (including the winner of the "2015 Emerging Student Innovator of the Year in STEM" from Project Tomorrow) and demonstrates the great potential of using innovative research-based technology to improve science education in the United States.