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Sharing Success at the Intel STS Public Exhibition of Projects

March 9, 2015
Finalists Eswar Anandapadmanaban and Brandon Cui were all smiles at the Intel STS Public Exhibition of Projects.
Finalists Eswar Anandapadmanaban and Brandon Cui were all smiles at the Intel STS Public Exhibition of Projects.
PHOTO COURTESY OF SOCIETY FOR SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC/PATRICK THORNTON AND CHRIS AYERS.

The Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects 2015 was a hit! The finalists enjoyed sharing their hard work and knowledge with a large crowd of eager visitors, young and old. Here's a look at some snapshots of the finalists throughout the busy day.

Yelena Mandelshtam of Irvine, California explains her math project about totally positive matrices.
Yelena Mandelshtam of Irvine, California explains her math project about totally positive matrices.

 

Michael Winer of North Bethesda, Maryland shares his physics project on how phonons interact with electrons with visitors.
Michael Winer of North Bethesda, Maryland shares his physics project on how phonons interact with electrons with visitors.

 

There's nothing like a science competition to bring young researchers together.
There's nothing like a science competition to bring young researchers together.

 

Kalia Firester of New York, New York fascinated visitors with her research on highly destructive parasites.
Kalia Firester of New York, New York fascinated visitors with her research on highly destructive parasites.

 

Max Pine of Pelham, New York explains his research on the effect of climate over time on multi-species non-seasonal bird migrations.
Max Pine of Pelham, New York explains his research on the effect of climate over time on multi-species non-seasonal bird migrations.