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2017-fair-results

1 March 2017

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Media Release- CSEF Winners at 2016 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair

16 May 2016

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PRESS ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Harrison Potter, Media Director (978) 460-4358 / media@ctsciencefair.org Students From Danbury, Greenwich, Hamden, and New Haven Take Home $7,000 In Awards From Intel’s Global Science Competition PHOENIX, Ariz., May 16, 2016 – Five Connecticut students won awards at the 2016 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s largest pre-college science […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter #6 from Sanju Sathish

13 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF Today, we embarked on a journey that all great scientists fear: explaining our projects to middle schoolers and those younger. It was a fearsome task. It’s not easy to explain how a tattoo-based biosensor for detecting atherosclerosis works […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter #5 from Maya Geradi

12 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF We awoke this Wednesday, nervous and excited for judging. After a hurried and rather quiet breakfast, we all got dressed and headed to the Phoenix Convention Center to begin our 9 hours of strenuous judging, stopping for a […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter # 4 from Christopher Popham

12 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF Wednesday, the long-awaited day of judging, started early, with a buzz of excitement in the air. After a quick breakfast at 7, we all headed off to the convention center, eager to show off our projects and innovations. […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter #3 from Martha Haddad

11 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF Stepping out of the luxurious Hyatt Regency into the bright Arizona sunlight, the Connecticut Intel ISEF team headed out to The Breakfast Club to start the day. From the arid desert landscape jut out towering skyscrapers, a testament […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter #2 from Aakshi Agarwal

10 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF Our eventful day began with the most delicious waffles Sanju and I had ever tasted in our lives. Wearing our matching CSEF T-shirts, we went off to the finalist exhibition hall to set up our projects and go […]

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2016 ISEF Newsletter #1 from Sophie Edelstein

9 May 2016

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Click here to view all the links to photos, newsletters, and more for CSEF at 2016 ISEF Exhausted, we all left bright and early and headed to Bradley International Airport. Unfortunately, the United desk was behind and we had very little time once we got passed security to make our flight to Denver. It didn’t […]

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CSEF at 2016 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair- Meet the Competitors

6 May 2016

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Hello Science Fair Friends, Sponsors, and Alumni, The seven top high school winners of the 2016 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair are heading to Phoenix, Sunday, May 8, to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the world’s largest precollege science and engineering competition. Once again leave on Mother’s Day! Intel ISEF takes place Sunday […]

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2015 ISEF Newsletter #7 from Margaret

16 May 2015

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Photos taken on May 15, 2015 Today was the Grand Awards Ceremony. Everyone woke up refreshed and ready for a day full of excitement. We started off with what has become one of our Pittsburgh traditions: omelets at the local Bigelow Grille. After a meal of eggs and lively conversation, the finalists headed upstairs to […]

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