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  • Intel ISEF Education Outreach 2014 Attendee Materials

    Teaching MaterialsEducational videos on YoutubeWildlife forever (Silent Invaders Series)Materials for High School Students Quagga Mussels and Zebra Mussels in Seneca Lake Teacher's GuideMiddle and High school adaptable resourcesFor Students: Invasive Comic ChallengeFor Teachers: Stone Soup: Invasive Species and CartooningMiddle SchoolIntruders in ParadiseNab the Aquatic Invader
    17:59 PM, April 18, 2014
  • Special Awards Organization Judging Process

    Overview of Judging ScheduleTUESDAYRegistration and Pre-judgingSpecial Awards Judges may register in the morning. Judges will receive a name badge that will have a red ribbon to designate a Special Award judge. Additionally, judges will receive a schedule, a Finalist Directory listing the finalists and project titles and other pertinent information. The name badge serves as official...
    15:02 PM, April 18, 2014
  • Special Award Ceremony Schedule and Presenter Instructions

    2014 SCHEDULE FOR PRESENTATION OF ISEF AWARDSSpecial Awards Ceremony for awards presented by federal agencies, organizations, corporations and academic institutions: Thursday, May 15, 2014, 7:00 p.m.Intel ISEF Grand Awards Ceremony for the Intel Awards (the Gordon E. Moore Award, the Intel Young Scientist Award, and Best of Category awards) and Grand Awards of first through fourth place selected...
    14:42 PM, April 18, 2014
  • Eureka! Lab

    Teaching clean energy with the power of wind

    BOSTON – On a breezy Friday afternoon, some teachers at the annual National Science Teachers Association meeting found themselves sitting before a pile of what looked like junk. Each seat had a plastic bag containing a seemingly random assortment of items. A pie tin, a plastic cup, dowels of various sizes, a cork, string, index cards and pieces of foam. Though the venue was cool, large box fans...
    09:00 AM, April 16, 2014
  • Doing Science

    Social media recap: students coming to Intel ISEF

    SSP affiliated fairs have been naming their winners and we've been highlighting the finalists who will attend Intel ISEF on our Facebook page. Here is a recap of some recent stories. Ohio: Michael Litt earned a spot at Intel ISEF 2014 for his project, “Statistical Filter for Capturing Trends in Noisy Data."Virginia: Abigal Johnson won at the Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair, making her an...
    17:08 PM, April 15, 2014
  • Eureka! Lab

    Students compete to stop cyber crime

    OXON HILL, Md. — In a large room in the Gaylord National Conference Center at the end of March, an epic battle took place. Teams of middle and high school students sat at computer banks around the room, speaking in whispers and staring intently at their screens. Once in a while a teen sprang into action, typing furiously. It may not be much of a spectator sport, but those students were fighting a...
    16:46 PM, April 9, 2014
  • Eureka! Lab

    Cartoons help make basic genetics fun

    I remember learning about genetics. I sat in my high school class, hearing about Gregor Mendel’s wrinkled peas and smooth peas, pink flowers and white. I drew Punnett squares to learn which “flavor” of gene would end up expressed in the peas’ offspring. What I learned was important and I’m very grateful that I now understand about DNA, genetics and how traits are passed from one generation to...
    16:08 PM, April 1, 2014
  • Intel STS Human Participants Risk Assesment

    No more than minimal risk exists when the probability and magnitude of harm or discomfort anticipated in the research are not greater (in and of themselves) than those ordinarily encountered in everyday life or during performance of routine physical or psychological examinations or tests. More than minimal risk exists when the possibility of physical or psychological harm or harm related to...
    13:47 PM, March 28, 2014
  • Some of chocolate’s health benefits may trace to ‘bugs’

    Research has shown that dark chocolate can be good for the heart and more. Now scientists report evidence that chocolate might not be acting alone. In some cases, it may get help from bacteria hanging out in your gut. Those bacteria can break down certain compounds in the chocolate. And it’s those smaller molecules that can relax blood vessels to help the heart, a Louisiana team reported March 19...
    09:48 AM, March 21, 2014 Food & Nutrition, Microbes, Fungi & Algae
  • Eureka! Lab

    Getting on the citizen science train

    CHICAGO —I’ve always known that I like science. But I never got to try it until I got to college. If only I had the Internet! Now there are many more opportunities to not only do science, but to also contribute to scientific research.I’ve written before about opportunities to do citizen science, from tracking bumblebees to hunting meteors to learning more about our sense of taste. At this year’s...
    09:54 AM, February 27, 2014

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