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Thursday, May 16th was a big day in the Intel ISEF Expo Hall. More than 4,000 local students, teachers, and families visited booths devoted to everything from reptiles to robots to space exploration. Interactive displays let students use beakers and bulbs to learn about energy, see a giant to-scale Jupiter balloon dwarf the Earth balloon, weigh themselves on scales calibrated to different planets, test their video game and brain teaser skills, compare shark teeth specimens ... and even met a charming prosthetic-tailed alligator named Mr. Stubbs! Along with lots of science-related fun, visitors found information about college programs and career opportunities around the country. The Intel ISEF photo booth let them capture this one of a kind experience.
Reach science enthusiasts, educators, parents, and students. Introduce your college programs, career opportunities, internships, and education tools to 10,000 Intel ISEF attendees, including thousands of Los Angeles-area students and teachers.
Schools from around California will visit Intel ISEF 2014 on Thursday, May 15 for a hands-on, interactive day celebrating science. Your commitment allows thousands of Los Angeles-area middle school and high school students and their teachers to attend the Intel ISEF. With your support these students have an opportunity to experience the Intel ISEF firsthand and to be inspired.
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Engaging in science research can impart a variety of skills—problem-solving, critical thinking, collaboration and effective communication, to name a few.
In 2003, we were being recruited to head up judging at Intel ISEF, which was being held in Phoenix two years later.