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U.S. Agency for International Development

USAID is the world's premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results. USAID's work advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity, demonstrates American generosity, and promotes a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience. The U.S. Global Development Lab serves as an innovation hub. We take smart risks to test new ideas and partner within USAID and with other actors to harness the power of innovative tools and approaches that accelerate development impact.
Why We Participate: 
Throughout history, the human condition has dramatically improved through major advances in science, technology, and engineering. By offering Special Awards at the Intel ISEF, USAID hopes to galvanize the brightest young minds in science and engineering to find solutions to the world’s critical development challenges.
Current Awards Offered: 
USAID Science for Development First Place Award of $5,000.
USAID Science for Development Second Place Award of $3,000.
USAID Science for Development Third Place Award of $2,000.
Previous Award Winners
USAID Science for Development First Place Award of $5,000.
Eden Sheinin
USAID Science for Development First Place Award of $5,000.
Kasidet Sukkwai, Chidchanok Inkaew and Pattadon Namwongnao
USAID Science for Development First Place Award of $5,000.
Pranav Nadig Shikarpur and Siddharth Viswanath
USAID Science for Development Second Place Award of $3,000.
Ariana Fernanda Ponce Bohorquez and Maria Jose Jaico Roman
USAID Science for Development Second Place Award of $3,000.
Damian Galasso
USAID Science for Development Second Place Award of $3,000.
Sruthi Kalavacherla
USAID Science for Development Second Place Award of $3,000.
Yanapat Nikomrak
USAID Science for Development Third Place Award of $2,000.
Lillian Petersen
USAID Science for Development Third Place Award of $2,000.
Patrick Gerard Berry and Matthew Kian Baharmast
USAID Science for Development Third Place Award of $2,000.
Vasily Antonovich Tremsin

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