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Engineering a cooler earth: researchers brainstorm radical ways to counter climate change
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2009 SSP Fellows

Inaugural SSP Fellows Class Inspires Achievement

The inaugural class of SSP Fellows had a great first year. These science teachers received funds and training to help them enable under-resourced students to perform high-quality independent scientific research. Highlights include:

  • One of Susan Vincent’s students received a full scholarship to Dartmouth College; she will be the first person in her family to go to college.
  • Two of Constance Wyrick’s students placed at the National Future Farmers of American Agriscience Fair, which was the first time a student from her school took a category 1st at this national competition.
  • Orvilla Caprice Coleman’s students received a partial scholarship to attend Botball (an educational robotics program). SSP funds enabled the team to attend.

Learn more about the 2009 SSP Fellows Class and read about our current Featured Fellow, Tamica Stubbs.


Intel ISEF 2010 People's Choice Awards

Intel ISEF 2010 People’s Choice Awards are Announced

What if a computer system could not only recognize the words someone said, but also the emotion of those words? This is the question Akash Krishnan and Matthew Fernandez of Oregon sought to answer when they developed a program that can classify emotions in speech with 77% accuracy. This innovative project recently earned 60,000 votes and first place in the Intel ISEF People’s Choice Awards. (Read More)

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The Oily Gulf

By Stephen Ornes

On April 20, an explosion rocked the Deepwater Horizon. The Deepwater Horizon was a huge building or platform in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico used to drill oil from deep below the ocean floor. Most of the 126 people on the platform escaped, but 11 people died, and others were injured. Rescue workers raced to the scene to put out the fire, but deep underwater another bad situation was underway — one that has turned into an environmental disaster.Read More

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