Intel ISEF finalists address challenges of the future through a range of innovative projects
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.Full View >
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.
J.P. Biyo, Paul Flores, and Hazel Hernandez transplant coral fragments to an artificial bamboo reef in the ocean waters off the Philippines, establishing coral colonies that help restore fish populations and raise awareness of marine conservation.Full View >
Through education and local economic support, Intel India empowers underserved tribal women with education to start prosperous micro-businesses.
Jianfei Shu, Chun Kit Tommy Chan, and Ruifen Liu develop an application that translates Chinese sign language for the hearing world to understand.
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.