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2017 ISEF Newsletter #5 from Luca Barcelo

19 May 2017

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #5  (Thursday) Luca Barcelo Thursday was an eventful and action packed day for all Intel Science Fair finalists! With the anxiety that preceded the prior day’s judging session dispelled, we made our way down to the second floor of the Luxe hotel at 7am to satisfy our appetites. Conversation at the communal […]

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #4 from Michelle Xiong

18 May 2017

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #4 Michelle Xiong Wednesday was the big day: project judging. We started the day bright and early with breakfast at 6am. After that we headed back to our rooms to take a quick nap, get in some last minute practice, and change into our professional attire. We walked over to the convention […]

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #3 from Eunji Lee

17 May 2017

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2017 ISEF Newsletter (Tuesday) Eunji Lee Day 3 of ISEF! We started off the day by once again walking into breakfast 15 minutes late, but on the bright side, the food was once again delicious. After a short break upstairs, we headed out to the California Science Center, where we were greeted by large crowds […]

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #2 from Sophie Edelstein

16 May 2017

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Intel ISEF Newsletter 2017 (Monday) Sophie Edelstein, Sophomore, Wilbur Cross High School, New Haven After a much needed night’s rest, we started our day with a hearty and delicious breakfast at the Stafford + Mathis Kitchen located in our hotel. The topic of conversation over breakfast consisted of Mr.Wisner’s days in the science fair and […]

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2017 ISEF Newsletter #1 from Maya Geradi

15 May 2017

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Intel ISEF Newsletter 2017 (Sunday) Maya Geradi Junior Wilbur Cross High School, New Haven Our day began at 4:50 a.m. at Bradley Airport, bleary eyed and waiting in line to check in our luggage. After a long wait, we finally passed through security and had a brief breakfast. We boarded and embarked on the approximately […]

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CSEF at the 2017 ISEF- Meet the Competitors

10 May 2017

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Hello Science Fair Friends, Sponsors, and Alumni, The seven top high school winners of the 2017 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair head to Los Angeles, Sunday, May 14, to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the world’s largest precollege science and engineering competition. Sorry to say leaving on Mother’s Day! Intel ISEF takes place […]

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2016 GENIUS Olympiad –

30 June 2016

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GENIUS Olympiad Report from Austin Huang  and John Burnett The following are student reports on their week at the 2016 GENIUS Olympiad.  Special thanks to all for sharing their experiences.  See the Media Release See Photos By Austin Huang and John Burnett Competing at GENIUS Olympiad There are two ways to get an opportunity to compete.  You can […]

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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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