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Jenna Hartley discovers an herbal remedy to take on Pseudomonas A. bacteria in the cystic fibrosis lung.
Michaela Fiore examines the effect of essential oils on the viral load of the European honeybee.
Intel ISEF finalist Evie Sobczak creates viable algae biofuel without using chemicals in processing.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair is the world’s largest pre-college science competition, with over USD 4 million in awards.
Intel ISEF finalists address challenges of the future through a range of innovative projects
Getting ready to change the future at Intel ISEF 2013.
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.
Learn more about the Intel® International Science and Engineering Fair.
High school student hopes her research linking poor teen body image to unrealistic media portrayals helps change how physical beauty is represented.
Students JP Biyo, Hazel Hernandez, and Paul Flores create artificial coral reefs using bamboo, boosting marine life in Banate Bay, Philippines.
Mohammad Dzarul Dol Malek ferments brown sugar and invasive plants to produce electricity, creating inspiration for organic batteries.
Gary Kurek develops walker-wheelchair hybrid to afford greater autonomy and slow muscle degeneration in patients with debilitating diseases.
Rio Rancho student Elisabeth Burton discusses her Intel-honored research on “fat talk,” driving her to educate on eating disorders and media images.
J.P. Biyo, Paul Flores, and Hazel Hernandez grow coral on a bamboo reef to restore fish populations and raise awareness of marine conservation.
Navajo teen Raquel Redshirt uses everyday materials to build solar ovens, fulfilling Navajo community needs and winning an Intel ISEF competition.
Paulomi Bhattacharya reflects on presenting her research at the National Geographic Society and spending a week with like-minded peers.
Naomi Shah shares her research on air pollutants and her creation of a cost-effective biofilter to improve indoor air quality.
Sara Volz talks about her research on algae as a potential biofuel and her experience at the competition.
Top Honors go to Sara Volz, Jonah Kallenbach, and Adam Bowman
Adam Bowman talks about his lifelong interest in science and his design of an inexpensive pulsed plasma device.
Jack Andraka wins an award for developing a paper cancer sensor that detects and can diagnose pancreatic cancer before it becomes invasive.
Maryland high school freshman Jack Andraka develops a paper cancer sensor that’s radically cheaper and faster than existing cancer tests.
The Intel ISEF Educator Academy brings together educators and government officials to explore innovative ways to engage students in science and math.