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Welcome to the Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects

March 8, 2015
Excited visitors ready to learn about the Intel STS research projects.
Excited visitors ready to learn about the Intel STS research projects.
PHOTO COURTESY OF SOCIETY FOR SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC/PATRICK THORNTON.

At 1 p.m., the Society for Science & the Public and Intel opened the doors to the public for the Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects, held at the National Geographic Society.

Charles Gulian of Ossining, New York discusses his research on a computer search algorithm that can identify possible white dwarf binary systems in the Kepler star survey dataset.
Charles Gulian of Ossining, New York discusses his research on a computer search algorithm that can identify possible white dwarf binary systems in the Kepler star survey dataset.

 

A young science enthusiast learns about a finalist's project.
A young science enthusiast learns about a finalist's project.

 

Augustine Chemparathy of San Ramon, California discusses his research with STS 1979 alum Ernest Moy.
Augustine Chemparathy of San Ramon, California discusses his research with STS 1979 alum Ernest Moy.

 

Throughout the afternoon, the finalists spoke with the media about their impressive research.
Throughout the afternoon, the finalists spoke with the media about their impressive research.

 

Emily Spencer from Moreland Hills, Ohio answering questions about her research on materials science.
Emily Spencer from Moreland Hills, Ohio answering questions about her research on materials science.