Top Row (left to right): Yousuf Asfari, Colter Norick, Colin Norick, Margaret Steiner, Arsh Shah Dilbagi.

Bottom Row (left to right): Sarah Asfari, Tran Minh Hieu, Le Hoang Nhat, Aansh Shah, Alexandra Garth, Tammy Hughes (APA) The following awards were given by APA.

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) was held May 8-13, 2016, at the Phoenix Convention Center.

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) was held May 14-19, 2017, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Approximately 1,800 students from more than 75 countries, regions and territories competed at ISEF.

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Der Winter steht vor der Türe und damit auch wieder die wenig erfreuliche Pflicht rund um das eigene Grundstück zu räumen und zu streuen.

The effort is funded and organized through the Education Directorate. All winners received an award certificate and a one-year student affiliate membership to APA. Patel, Kashfia Rahman, Sophia Hawley, Jessica Li Huang Top row (left to right): Dr.

Ladonna Lewis (APA Lead Judge), Sarah Fendrich, Divya Vatsa, Emily Wood.

To participate, the finalists first competed against fellow students at 419 regional Intel ISEF-affiliated science fairs around the world.

Each affiliated fair selected two individual projects and one team project to travel to the Intel ISEF to compete in 22 different categories: animal sciences, behavioral and social sciences, biochemistry, biomedical and health sciences, biomedical engineering, cellular and molecular biology, chemistry, computational biology and bioinformatics, earth and environmental sciences, embedded systems energy: chemical, energy: physical, engineering mechanics, environmental engineering, materials science, mathematics, microbiology, physics and astronomy, plant sciences, robotics and intelligent machines, systems software, translational medical science.

Each affiliated fair selected two individual projects and one team project to travel to the Intel ISEF to compete in 17 different categories: animal sciences; behavioral and social sciences; biochemistry; cellular and molecular biology; chemistry; computer science; earth science; engineering — electrical and mechanical; engineering — materials and bioengineering; energy and transportation; environmental management; environmental science; mathematical sciences; medicine and health; microbiology; physics and astronomy; and plant sciences.