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2008 Intel ISEF Photos
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ISEF 2008 Winners
 
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Sana Raoof, left, 17, of Muttontown, N.Y., Yi-Han Su, 17, center, of Chinese Taipei and Natalie Saranga Omattage, right, 17, of Cleveland, Miss., pose after receiving top honors at the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Friday, May 16, 2008. The young women each received a $50,000 scholarship from the Intel Foundation as part of their award. The 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair brought together more than 1500 students from 51 countries, regions and territories to compete for more than $4 million in awards and scholarships.

 
 
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Sana Raoof, 17, of Muttontown, N.Y., was one of three students who received top honors at the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Friday, May 16, 2008. Raoof was awarded for her research that provides new insight into how a better understanding of mathematical knot theory could help resolve classic biochemical problems.

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Yi-Han Su, 17, of Chinese Taipei, was one of three students who received top honors at the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Friday, May 16, 2008. Su was awarded for her efforts to identify a high-activity catalyst that could improve methanol reforming reactions in order to generate hydrogen more efficiently.

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Natalie Sarange Omattage, 17, of Cleveland, Miss., was one of three students who received top honors at the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Altanta, Friday, May 16, 2008. Omattage was awarded for developing a more efficient and less expensive way to screen for food additive contaminants, including those responsible for the recent deaths of many pets.

 
 
 

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