Blog | Society for Science & the Public
Alumni from the D.C. region celebrated the holidays and their time competing in the Society's various science education programs. From left: Smitha Ramakrishna (Intel STS 2009), Brian Castro (ISEF 1989), Debleena Sengupta (STS 1995), Subhayan Mookerjee, Nicole Casart (DCYSC 2005), Leslie Smith (STS 1958), Larry Washington (STS 1968), Maya Ajmera (STS 1985), Nick Superina (STS 1999), Bob Beckman (STS 1974), Susan Beckman, Amita Shukla (STS 1994), Kevin Heller (STS 1989), and Lisa Heller.
December 30, 2015
Alumni, Intel STS, Intel ISEF
Ashwin created an apparatus which uses electrostatic force to remotely clear dust from Mars rovers.
December 28, 2015
Alumni, Broadcom MASTERS, Intel ISEF
Francisca Vasconcelos toured CERN over the summer and created an app to teach physics.
December 9, 2015
Alumni, Intel ISEF, Young & Amazing
Anvita presented her Intel STS research to President Obama at the White House Science Fair.
November 18, 2015
Alumni, Intel STS, Intel ISEF
The $0.50 device tests blood for sickle cell disease.
November 16, 2015
Alumni, Intel ISEF, Young & Amazing
Joshua and the other Intel ISEF China Award winners learned an ancient Chinese technique to copy stone carvings.
November 2, 2015
Alumni, Intel ISEF
Heidi Williams received a "genius grant" for her research on the effect of patent policies and technology on medical research and health care.
October 26, 2015
Alumni, Intel ISEF, Young & Amazing
Nivatha Balendra (lower left) won the Intel ISEF 2014 SAO World Economic Forum award.
October 21, 2015
Intel ISEF, Alumni
Sophia visited several cities and science institutions in China this summer.
October 15, 2015
Alumni, Intel ISEF