2014 Intel ISEF finalists experience and report on their action-packed, fun-filled week at the world's largest science fair.
Shelly Esque, Intel Corporate Affairs VP & Intel Foundation Chairman, shares impressions of Intel ISEF and why Intel sponsors the event.
Intel ISEF 2013 winner Kai Kloepfer invents a biometric electromechanical firearm safety that identifies a user’s fingerprint to unlock a gun.
Elisabeth Ashmore discusses why she developed a brain-computer interface to give quadriplegics a voice and her plans to attend college to help others.
Intel ISEF award winner Elisabeth Ashmore discusses why she developed a brain-computer interface to give quadriplegics like her great-uncle a voice, and she talks about her plans to attend college and help those with cerebral palsy communicate.Full View >
Navajo teen Raquel Redshirt uses everyday materials to build solar ovens, fulfilling Navajo community needs and winning an Intel ISEF competition.
Maryland high school freshman Jack Andraka develops a paper cancer sensor that’s radically cheaper and faster than existing cancer tests.
High school freshman Jack Andraka develops paper cancer sensor that is radically faster and cheaper than existing tests, winning the top Gordon E. Moore Award at the 2012 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.Full View >
Intel ISEF finalists address challenges of the future through a range of innovative projects