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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 >
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 >
Mexico will be connected through tele-medicine to a better future, powered by Intel technology.
Intel ISEF winner Eesha Khare discusses her influences and ISEF’s inspiring atmosphere, where her award-winning supercapacitor won top honors.
Intel ISEF winner Eesha Khare talks about her influences for pursuing science and the fair’s inspiring atmosphere, where her supercapacitor using a novel nanomaterial to power cell phones won top honors.Full View >
Katherine Bomkamp discusses the prosthetic socket she designed to help amputees alleviate their phantom pain with thermal biofeedback.
Katherine Bomkamp, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair finalist, discusses the prosthetic socket she designed to help amputees alleviate their phantom pain with thermal biofeedback.Full View >
Jenna Hartley wants to pursue medical research to help people, including helping CF patients with new treatments to fight Pseudomonas infections.
Jenna Hartley, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair participant, wants to join the medical field so she can help people through research, such as her search into new treatments for Pseudomonas infections in cystic fibrosis patients.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.
Perceptual Computing Managing Director Mark Yahiro discusses how Intel is developing devices to interpret gestures for intuitive perceptual computing.
Navajo teen Raquel Redshirt uses everyday materials to build solar ovens, fulfilling Navajo community needs and winning an Intel ISEF competition.