Intel ISEF: Awards

May 19th, 2007 |
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Three high school students, Dayan Li of Greenbelt, Md.; Dmitry Vaintrob of Eugene, Ore.; and Philip Streich of Platteville, Wisc.; were the winners of the Intel Foundation Young Scientists Awards at the Intel Science and Engineering Fair 2007 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Li studied tumors and a way to monitor tumor marker genes in human cells. Vaintrob, a mathematician, evaluated ways to associate algebraic structures to topological spaces. Streich investigated carbon nanotubes and discovered properties that could make them useful as a supermaterial. PodTech’s Jason Lopez was at the award ceremony and produced this podcast.

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