Students across Asia-Pacific are preparing to board planes to Los Angeles to compete for their countries and the region at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF
Intel ISEF is the world's largest pre-college science fair competition and each year more than six million young scientists from around the world vie to attend through national competitions. In the end only 1,500 students are selected as finalists to present their research, showcase cutting edge ideas, meet their peers from around the world, and compete for over $4 million USD in awards and scholarships.
"The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair finalists represent the best and brightest young scientists, innovators and leaders from across Asia-Pacific. Intel is directly involved in education today to inspire and enable the next generation of innovators who will drive economic growth" said Anjan Ghosh, Intel Corporate Affairs, Asia Pacific Regional Director.
Intel believes that Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education is vital to solving global challenges. Intel ISEF not only provides a forum to inspire and enable students on a path to research and innovation, but also to promote their work and celebrate their success.