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  • Broadcom MASTERS 2017 Finalists

    The Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public (the Society) announced on September 20 the selection of 30 middle school students as finalists in the 2017 Broadcom MASTERS® competition.

    Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public (the Society) are proud to announce the...
    11:56 AM, September 20, 2017
  • Cool jobs: Brainy ways to battle obesity

    About one in every six children and teens throughout the United States are very overweight, meaning obese. Some one-third of adults are, too. Those data come from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Ga. Carrying those extra pounds significantly ups the risks for disease. High blood pressure, diabetes, liver disease and breathing problems are just a few of the conditions...

    07:15 AM, April 7, 2016 Nutrition, Psychology, Brain, Behavior
    Readability Score: 7.3
  • Broadcom MASTERS 2015 Semifinalists

    Some facts about the 2015 Broadcom MASTERS Semifinalists:Semifinalists hail from 226 middle schools in 39 states and American Samoa, and represent 127 regional and state science fairs across the U.S.61 of the semifinalists are from California, followed by Florida with 44, Texas with 20, Massachusetts with 13, and Oregon with 12.Semifinalists were selected from more than 2,230 applicants after...
    11:45 AM, August 19, 2015
  • Doing Science

    Carolyn Jons Inspired to Pursue Life of Science

    Carolyn Jons received the Rising Star Award at the 2011 Broadcom MASTERS, winning her a trip to Broadcom MASTERS International, held in conjunction with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. In 2012, she again qualified as a Broadcom MASTERS finalist, where she went on to win the 2nd Place Engineering Award. In 2013, she returned to Intel ISEF as a finalist with her project on...

    03:30 AM, February 26, 2014
  • Broadcom MASTERS International 2012

    Snapshot of the Broadcom MASTERS  International 2012

    Leadership Award: Neel SharmaCountries Represented: 11Number of Student Delegates: 18

    2012 Alumni Updates

    Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Inspires Broadcom MASTERS International DelegateJohn Neill Describes His "Amazing Journey" to Broadcom MASTERS InternationalNew Bag Keeps Food Fresh LongerBroadcom MASTERS...

    22:24 PM, September 30, 2013
  • Broadcom MASTERS 2012

    Snapshot of the Broadcom MASTERS 2012

    Samueli Foundation Prize: Raymond GilmartinMarconi/Samueli Award for Innovation: Jessika BaralScience Award1st Place: Shixuan Justin Li 2nd Place: Nicole OdzerTechnology Award1st Place: Daniel Lu 2nd Place: Anirudh JainEngineering Award1st Place: Alexis Lewis 2nd Place: Carolyn JonsMathematics Award1st Place: Maria Elena...

    21:56 PM, September 30, 2013
  • Broadcom MASTERS 2011

    Snapshot of the Broadcom MASTERS 2011

    1st Place: Daniel Feeny2nd Place: Benjamin Hylak3rd Place: I-Chun LinScience Award: Samantha RowlandTechnology Award: Robert HeckmanEngineering Award: Katherine LandoniMathematics Award: Crystal PooleRising Star Award: Carolyn Jons & Chad Campbell

    Class Speaker: Ria Chhabra

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    21:26 PM, September 30, 2013
  • New bag keeps food fresh longer

    Food doesn’t stay fresh forever, even in a refrigerator. Fuzzy mold can grow on fruit, veggies and other items even if they’re kept in a sealed container. But a 15-year-old inventor now has developed a new type of resealable bag that can keep food fresh longer. It relies on a pouch of powder that chemically sucks oxygen out of the bag. And this could keep fungi and even some food-...

    10:48 AM, May 28, 2013 Chemistry, Nutrition, Technology, Young Scientists
    Readability Score: 6.5
  • A taste for cheese

    Chances are you love cheese. You might put cheddar on your crackers, Swiss on your sandwiches, or melted Colby on your hamburgers. You probably go gaga over a bowl of gooey mac and cheese and nuts over cheesy nachos. You eat pizza any chance you get.

    "There really is no good excuse not to like cheese," says Lloyd Metzger. He's a dairy food chemist at the University of Minnesota, Twin...

    00:00 AM, October 5, 2004 Technology

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