We are hours away from the official announcement. Tomorrow at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, three students will be ranked the top high school science students. The top three will return home with $50,000 each from the Intel Foundation.Winners will be posted on the Society for Science and the Public website immediately following the ceremony. You can comb through and pick who you think will rank among the winners. Check many of the student stories and science projects we’ve been sharing through photos, video, audio and mini-notes on Twitter this week. For starters, here is a collection of videos you can see together in the custom player created by my Intel Pressroom Web wonderboy Patrick Darling. All you proud moms, dads, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters, teachers and friends of science, you can even grab the code for this player and embed it in your blog. If you have trouble viewing these videos, your browser is not set to support iframes. Want more? Check out some great video blogs from GeekDad, who was sponsored by the Intel ISEF08 team. And the blog at Scientific America has some great ISEF stories, including a wrap up of Physics projects. Take a look and let us know what projects inspire you. Congratulations to all of the 1,500 students from over 50 countries to joined together, made friends and competed hard.
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