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Society for Science & the Public and Intel invite the public to join Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) 2016 finalists as they present their research TODAY (Sunday, March 13) from 1-4 p.m. at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.
The Public Exhibition of Projects is an opportunity for finalists to discuss their research with those who share an enthusiasm for science, or who want to learn more. The event is free and open to the public. Projects are from all categories of science and include software that predicts seizures, developments in algebraic topology, studying the performance on nanowire networks, climate change, vaccines, and much more.
Intel STS recognizes the most promising young minds who are creating technologies and solutions that will positively impact people’s lives. Intel STS alumni have made extraordinary contributions to science and have earned many of the world’s most distinguished science and math honors, including twelve Nobel Prizes, 11 National Medals of Science, and three Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Awards.
We recently caught up with Lina A. Colucci, an alumna of the Science Talent Search (STS 2008).
Michelle Young (Intel STS 2000) founded a magazine that helps people better explore New York City.