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Ahmeed Abdulrasool, left, 18, from Chicago, Ill.; Gabrielle Gianelli, center, 17, from Orlando, Fla; and Stephen Schulz, right, 19, from Nordrhein-Westfahlen, Germany receive top honors at the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Phoeniz, Az., Friday, May 13, 2005. Each young scientist won a $50,000 scholarship. The Intel ISEF brings together more than 1,400 students from 45 countries, regions and territories to compete for more than $3 million awards and scholarships.
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Ahmeed Abdulrasool, left, 18, from Chicago, Ill.; Gabrielle Gianelli, center, 17, from Orlando, Fla; and Stephen Schulz, right, 19, from Nordrhein-Westfahlen, Germany receive top honors at the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Phoeniz, Az., Friday, May 13, 2005.
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Tracy Koon, Director of Corporate Affairs for Intel Corporation, congratulates an Intel ISEF winner from Taiwan.
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Carol Qin, Intel Education Manager in China, congratulates an Intel ISEF winner.
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Intel Foundation Achievement Award winners celebrate their outstanding work.
    

 
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Intel ISEF grand prize winner Ameen Abdulrasool, 18, of Chicago, won a top prize for his Behavioral and Social Sciences project, "Prototype for Autonomy: Pathway for the Blind." Abdulrasool developed a self-contained navigational system for the visually impaired that combines GPS technology, verbal directional signals, and vibratory signal devices worn as bracelets. Abrulrasool's project was inspired by his father, who is blind.
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Intel ISEF grand prize winner, Gabrielle Alyce Gianelli, 17, of Orlando, Florida, won a top prize for her Space Science project, "Fractal Dimension Analysis of Putative Martian Coastlines." Gianelli used a topographic map of Mars and statistical methods to analyze geologic features that could indicate an ancient ocean coastline. She said she believes that understanding more about the geologic history of Mars will help foster a better understanding of Earth's geology.
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Intel ISEF grand prize winner, Stephen Schultz, 19, of Gelsenkirchen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, won a top prize for his Chemistry project, "From Synthesis to Analysis of Radical Inhibitors." Schulz developed new electrochemical methods to analyze flavonoids, strong radical inhibitors that may combat cancer and other diseases. He miniaturized his process to create an inexpensive "lab on a chip" that has the potential for widespread use in research.
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Craig Barrett, CEO of Intel Corporation, Sally Ride, and Barbara Barrett look on as Intel ISEF finalist Graham Edward Gintz, 14, from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, shows off his project, "Can Carbon Nanotubes Improve Materia Strength? Improving Bulletproof Vest Strength: Year Two"
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Intel ISEF finalist, Esther Chiew Yee Chiong, 17, of Malaysia, shows off her project to Intel CEO, Craig Barrett. Her project is titled, "Rambutan Ink from Fruit Rinds of Naphelium Iappaceum
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Intel ISEF finalist, Julie Loza, 15, of Kouts, Indiana, shows her project to Intel CEO Craig Barrett, titled, "Can Lasers Be Used to Measure Blood Glucose Levels?".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Karl Plank, 17, of Bellingham, Washington, shows his project titled, "Toward Self-Assembling Nanocircuitry Using Liquid Crystal Solvents" to Intel CEO Craig Barrett.
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Intel ISEF finalist, Tiffany Legg, 17, of Duncan Oklahoma, shows off her project to Barbara Barrett, Intel CEO Craig Barrett, and NASA Astronaut, Sally Ride. Her project titled, "Mars or Bust,II: Further Investigation of Selected Exploration Sites Based on Radiation Exposure Prevention".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Jessica Malone, 17, of Berea, Ohio, shows off her project titled, "Communal Aptitude Evolution System for Autonomous Robots".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Brandon Peart, 17, of Midvale, Utah, shows off his project titled, "Innovations in Prosthetics for Complete and Partial Phalanges: Approximation of Complex Arcs and Simulation of Human Movement in Engineering."
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Intel ISEF finalist, George Hotz, 15, of Hackensack, New Jersey, shows off his project titled, "The Googler".
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Yang Ge, 18, of Beijing, China demonstrates SRT2, an artificially intelligent robot, as the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair kicks off today, May 9 in Phoenix, AZ. A record number, 1,447 young inventors, from 45 countries, regions and territories will compete for more than 3 million dollars in awards and scholarships. (Feature Photo Service)
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Intel ISEF finalists, Daniel Mazor (18) and Harel Cohen (18), of Emeq Hefer, Israel, show off their project titled, "A Pressure Suit for the Handicapped".
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Intel ISEF finalists, Mihir Tandon (15) and Riddhiman Yadava (15), show off their project titled, "Improvised Artificial Limb".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Anitha Ramesh, 17, of India, shows off her project titled, "Parthenium, as a Friendly Plant!"
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Intel ISEF finalist, Fatima Shami, 17, of Pakistan, shows off her project titled, "Effects of Reused Edible Oil on Human Health".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Christopher Messick, 15, of Monte Vista, Colorado, shows off his project titled, "Point and Click, Literally".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Pengyuan Zang, 18, of Beijing, China, shows off his project titled, "Comparative Study on Arthropods' Walking Manner".
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Intel ISEF finalist, Peter Michael Bishara, 16, of Jersey City, New Jersey, shows off his project titled, "What Do You Think?"
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Intel ISEF finalist, Ashley Sicard, 17, of Windsor, Vermont, shows off her project titled, "Airfoil Design".
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Intel ISEF finalists, Kentaro Yoshifuji (17), Yuki Miura (16), Tsuyoshi Hino (16) of Nara, Japan, show off their project titled, "Study of Safe and Comfortable Electric Wheelchair that Overcomes Road Conditions:-Development of a Wheel that Easily Climb Curbs"
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Intel ISEF finalists, Taylor Ducote (15) and Dylan Ducote (16), show off their project titled, "The Bat Hat: An Economic Aid for the Visually Impaired"
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Intel Corporation CEO, Craig Barrett, celebrates at the opening ceremony for ISEF in Phoenix.
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Intel CEO, Craig Barrett, and ISEF opening ceremony host, weather man, Mike Harvey of KPHO-TV, celebrate ISEF.
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Sally Ride, first femala NASA astronaut, speaks to the ISEF finalists at the opening ceremony on Monday night, May 9, 2005.
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After the opening ceremonies for ISEF in Phoenix, Craig Barrett took photos with many students, including these ISEF finalists from Peru.
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The Intel Science and Engineering Fair kicked off with a performance by the Native Spirit Singers and Dancers.
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The Intel Science and Engineering Fair kicked off with a performance by the Native Spirit Singers and Dancers.

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