Teen Scientists And Inventors From Around The World Awarded $3 Million In Scholarships And Prizes

Subject: General Tech | May 14, 2005 - 07:13 AM |
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PHOENIX, May 13, 2005 — Projects on a navigational system for the blind, possible discovery of an ancient coastline on Mars and a lower-cost technology to analyze compounds used to protect against disease were the student projects that won top awards today at the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). The students — Ameen Abdulrasool, Chicago, Ill.; Gabrielle Alyce Gianelli, Orlando, Fla.; and Stephen Schultz, Gelsenkirchen, Nordrhein-Westahlen — were among 1,447 who competed at the 56th annual international event.

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