A friend recently emailed me with a link to a homepage I created years ago, when I was 15. I had forgotten about the personal page and had a good laugh when I visited it: what was I thinking?! It was definitely interesting to catch a glimpse of what I was like and what I was doing in high school. Do you remember what you were like when you were 15?One thing is for sure, nothing I was doing back then was nearly as groundbreaking as what the group of young scientists who were part of ISEF 2010 are doing today. The incredible ideas and projects from this group is simply mind blowing! Don’t take my word for it, check out Wendy Hawkins’ recap of ISEF, Inspirations from Intel ISEF on the CSR@Intel blog. I’m proud to be part of an organization that not only supports, but encourages and drives these great minds to share their ideas and develop the next cutting-edge technology. Congratulations to all of the participants and winners!
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