Intel ISEF 2013 winner Kai Kloepfer invents a biometric electromechanical firearm safety that identifies a user’s fingerprint to unlock a gun.
Intel ISEF winner Eesha Khare discusses her influences and ISEF’s inspiring atmosphere, where her award-winning supercapacitor won top honors.
Intel ISEF winner Eesha Khare talks about her influences for pursuing science and the fair’s inspiring atmosphere, where her supercapacitor using a novel nanomaterial to power cell phones won top honors.Vue complète >
Jenna Hartley wants to pursue medical research to help people, including helping CF patients with new treatments to fight Pseudomonas infections.
Jenna Hartley, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair participant, wants to join the medical field so she can help people through research, such as her search into new treatments for Pseudomonas infections in cystic fibrosis patients.Vue complète >
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.Vue complète >
Student Jack Andraka wins science fair award with his paper sensor that detects pancreatic cancer and is less expensive to run than existing tests.
High school freshman, Jack Andraka, earns top award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for developing a noninvasive paper sensor that detects pancreatic cancer and is less expensive to run than existing tests.
Inspired by a trip to Beijing, Ben Gulak created a convertible electric unicycle, an eco-friendly solution to clear the air and street congestion.
Inspired by a trip to Beijing, Intel ISEF finalist and entrepreneur Ben Gulak created a convertible electric unicycle, an eco-friendly solution to clear the city’s air by reducing emissions and congestion on city streets.
Your next car could be Romanian high school student Ionut Budisteanu’s, a low-cost, driverless vehicle capable of detecting signs, lanes, and more.
For your next car, Romanian high school student Ionut Budisteanu built a low-cost, safe, and autonomous vehicle capable of detecting traffic signs, lanes, curbs, and its own real-time location, all at a fraction of the cost of Google’s robotic car.
Learn about Eesha Khare and her new supercapacitor that could one day become a faster charging, longer lasting battery for phones and other devices.
Seeing a need for longer lasting and faster charging batteries for portable devices, like cell phones, Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award winner Eesha Khare developed a tiny supercapacitor with nanomaterials that could one day fulfill that need.
First place winner of Intel STS 2014 Eric Chen searched for treatments to slow the super flu using supercomputing to identify potential chemicals.
Eric Chen, first place winner of Intel Science Talent Search 2014, used supercomputing to search for chemicals that could affect influenza proteins and potentially become a treatment to slow super flu pandemics.
Aware of tech’s empowering potential, Elisabeth Ashmore created a brain-computer interface that may provide quadriplegics the ability to communicate.
Recognizing the potential of technology to give a voice to the voiceless, Elisabeth Ashmore, an Intel ISEF award winner, created a brain-computer interface that may provide quadriplegics the ability to use brain waves to communicate via computer.