“GE is very interested in promoting science and engineering to the students of the world because we need innovative and imaginative scientists to sustain our company,” says David O’Connor, Principal Engineer at GE Energy, who has been working with SSP to provide special awards at Intel ISEF for the past three years.
At the Intel ISEF 2011, United Technologies Corporation (UTC) once again gave Special Awards to recognize students’ hard work. Eight projects received $2,000 in shares of UTC common stock as well as plaques, digital cameras, pens, backpacks, and the UTC Annual Report.
By Caitlin Jennings, Communications Specialist, Society for Science & the Public
Jay Krishnan Highlights His Trip to The European Organization of Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland10:59am, July 13, 2011
By Jay Krishnan, Intel ISEF 2011
Although, I did miss both my prom and graduation for the all-expense-paid trip to CERN that I and eleven other Finalists had won at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), I would not have traded the experience for the world.