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7:01pm, May 15, 2014

It’s not all work and no play at Intel ISEF!

Finalists had social activities like the Pin Exchange, Intel ISEF night at LA Live, and a field trip to Universal Studios. We caught up with finalists and student observers at Universal Studios, where we asked them what their favorite part of the week had been so far.

Read more about what they had to say...

5:18pm, May 15, 2014

Attendees of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) had the opportunity to ask questions to a panel of esteemed scientists on Tuesday, including Nobel Laureates J. Michael Bishop, Martin Chalfie, H. Robert Horvitz, Harold Kroto, John Mather, and Draper Prize award winner Frances Arnold.

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6:49pm, May 14, 2014

Every year at Intel ISEF, we have a group of finalists that are alumni of our other programs: the Intel Science Talent Search and the Broadcom MASTERS competition. We recognize this group by gathering them together for lunch during Intel ISEF and letting them catch up with each other and meet the alumni from other program years.

2:57pm, May 14, 2014

On Wednesday, the top winners of The Future: Powered by Fiction competition were announced via a Google Hangout live from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

The top 10 winners, who all receive a $1,000 award, are:

3:27pm, May 13, 2014

Nina Vasan, Intel ISEF 2002 Young Scientist award winner, returned to Intel ISEF this year to present symposia sessions to attendees about the “Do Good Well” concept. Nina, now a psychiatrist at Stanford, is also a contributing author of “Do Good Well,” a book that helps people apply their research to real-world problems. She conducted two symposia on helping students take their Intel ISEF research to the next level, one for students and one aimed at teachers and science fair directors.

12:00pm, May 13, 2014

High school students from the Hudson County Science Fair in New Jersey are attending the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2014 as Student Observers with SSP Fellow, Marie Aloia, and will be sending Society for Science & the Public blog posts about their experience all

7:55pm, May 12, 2014

On Sunday, the Broadcom MASTERS International delegates gathered together for the first time in Los Angeles. Delegates represent 13 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, Finland, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the United States.


5:44pm, May 12, 2014

The Tomorrow Project, in collaboration with the Society for Science & the Public, ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination and the Intel Foundation hosted The Future: Powered by Fiction, an innovative fiction competition geared at 13-25 year olds worldwide, asking them to contribute science fiction stories, essays, comics and videos.

12:45pm, May 12, 2014

The finalists have arrived and are setting up their projects and making new friends. We're taking hundreds of photos at Intel ISEF 2014. We're sharing many of them to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Flickr.

2:00pm, May 11, 2014

Students from all over the world are arriving in Los Angeles to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2014, the world’s largest high school science research competition.

This year’s 1,787 finalists (the most ever!) earned the trip to Intel ISEF through their hard work and dedication to hands-on independent scientific research. To qualify as a finalist, students must first win top awards at SSP-affiliated local, regional, state, or national science fairs.

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