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Intel ISEF 2017 Public Day

Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 00:00
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Los Angeles, California


The Society for Science & the Public, Intel, and the Los Angeles Local Arrangements Committee invite middle and high schools from the greater Los Angeles area (grades 6-12) to participate in the Intel ISEF Education Outreach Program during Public Day on Thursday, May 18, 2017 for a hands-on, interactive day celebrating science.  The application to participate in programming is now closed. Please email Victor Hall with any questions. Groups may still come to view the finalist projects and the Intel ISEF Commons.

  • Open to the public from 9:00am to 9:00pm
  • Open to school groups from approximately 8:00am to 3:30pm. 

Scheduled Activities

Intel ISEF Finalist Hall

School groups and the public are invited to visit the Intel ISEF Finalist Hall, where they will meet the finalists and learn more about their independent research in 22 STEM fields.  Local students will have the opportunity to learn about groundbreaking research performed by their peers from around the world.

Intel ISEF Los Angeles STEM Experience

Participating school groups will have the opportunity to experience STEM from a uniquely Los Angeles perspective. From hands-on classroom programming to mobile labs from area museums and organizations, this interactive series of activities will excite and engage students of all ages and abilities. Contact us for more information. 

Intel ISEF Commons

Students and the public are also invited to view exhibits from education institutions and national and local science and technology companies attending the Intel ISEF.  Contact us to learn about exhibit opportunities for your organization.

Videos from Intel ISEF 

Intel ISEF Phoenix 2016 highlights
Education Outreach Video, Intel ISEF 2015

View photos from previous Intel ISEF years on Facebook and Flickr

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