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  • Doing Science

    Young and amazing: Alexander Wulff's assistive tech

    Alexander Wulff developed and manufactured HaptoTech, an inexpensive electronic aid that helps the visually impaired navigate in unfamiliar environments without the use of guide sticks. Only a junior in high school, he also founded Conifer Apps which offers 11 products.

    Alexander, an Intel ISEF 2015 finalist, received The Annese & Associates Award & Scholarship for Academics in...

    07:00 AM, June 20, 2016
  • Doing Science

    A mentor who believes in the next generation of scientists

    Dieuwertje Kast, a previous Grand Awards Judge for Intel ISEF, was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the science sector.Dieuwertje strongly believes in encouraging young people in STEM and providing opportunities for low-income and underrepresented students.As for advice for those interested in science, Dieuwertje said to be your authentic self and follow your passions. And find a mentor...
    02:00 AM, February 28, 2016
  • Judging at your Fair

    Every Intel ISEF affiliated fair has its own methodology for judging projects at their fair. We encourage judging chairs to review the Standard for Judging developed to provide several indicators of best practice and areas to consider in policy and procedure.

    We provide the following tips and judging criteria as suggested aids in your process. The following points may be of value to you...

    16:26 PM, January 8, 2016
  • Doing Science

    #TBT International Science and Engineering Fair 1990

    SSP's archive has some incredible competition pictures from years' past. Here is a promotional photo for ISEF 1991 held in Orlando, Florida. We're pretty sure the picture was taken the year before in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Does anyone reading remember?

    Here is the caption that went with the photo:

    THE INNOVATORS OF TOMORROW -- more than 750 contestants from more than 400 affiliated...

    12:48 PM, July 3, 2014
  • Category & Sub-Category Selection

    As a finalist completes the online questionnaire and abstract, he or she will be faced with a decision that will affect how his or her project will be judged. There are no new additional categories this year, but please be sure to closely review all categories. What follows is a short explanation and instructions on how to make this a well-informed decision.

    Category & Sub-Category...
    12:12 PM, February 20, 2014
  • Intel ISEF Finalist Checklist

    Congratulations!  Now that you have been selected to attend Intel ISEF you will need to submit the necessary forms and paperwork within 12 days of your fair.

    Submit your information and forms

    The online finalist questionnaire, abstract, and paperwork portal will guide you through all of the necessary steps.  What follows is a short summary, and additional instructions, to guide you...

    12:11 PM, February 20, 2014
  • Grand Award Judges

    Apply to be a Grand Award Judge at Intel ISEF 2019

    In May 2019, more than 1,700 students representing 75 countries, regions, and territories will be in Phoenix to compete for more than $5 million in awards, scholarships, internships and prizes. These high school students are the top winners of regional, state and national science fairs from around the United States and the world.

    03:04 AM, September 30, 2013
  • International rules for pre-college science research

    The International Rules for Pre-college Science Research: Guidelines for Science and Engineering Fairs is published annually to support students doing independent research safely. They are the official rules of the Intel ISEF and students competing at a Society-affiliated science fair.  

    The purpose of these rules is to:

    protect the rights and welfare of the student researcherprotect...
    02:41 AM, September 30, 2013
  • Rules for All Projects



    Intel ISEF Ethics Statement Intel ISEF Eligibility/Limitations Intel ISEF Requirements Continuation of Projects Team ProjectsSources

    Ethics Statement

    Student researchers are expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity.  Scientific fraud and misconduct are not condoned at any level of research or competition. This includes plagiarism, forgery, use...

    02:16 AM, September 30, 2013
  • Resources

    Intel ISEF Rules Wizard 

    This "wizard" asks a series of questions about your planned project and will provide a list of forms that you need to complete.

    SRC Rules FAQs

    Common questions about our rules and guidelines from our scientific review committee

    Overview of Forms and Dates

    Provides a brief explanation of each form in the Rules and Regulations, and when it should be...

    02:11 AM, September 30, 2013

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