Last week, more than 1500 high school students from around the world gathered in Reno, NV to show off their incredible work at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). For a second year in a row, three young women took the top honors and a $50,000 scholarship from the Intel Foundation.The Intel ISEF judges have chosen their top winners – now we are inviting you to meet the 19 Intel ISEF best in category winners, learn about their amazing projects and vote for your favorite! Voting starts on May 20th and closes on June 1st. Vote now and help the contestants win some cool prizes!
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