Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2003

Team Canada 2003 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 8-14 in Cleveland, Ohio,

Name Project Title City Prov
Anand Athiviraham INGAP Peptide: New Therapeutic Approach for DiabetesMedicine and Health:  Third Award of $1,000 
Endocrine Society: Honorable Mention Award
Pte Claire QC
Alexander Edmund Blank Fats that Kill Cancer  
Biochemistry: Fourth Award of $500
Montreal QC
Rikesh Chohan,
Kristian Montano
Perception is Reality: The Effects of Impaired Vision Hamilton ON
Gina Gallant PAR III Paving Our Future  
Engineering: Third Award of $1,000
Prince George BC
Gaetan Kenway The Future is Flying Low  
Engineering: Second Award of $1,500
Winterland NF
Vladich Lavrovsky Enzyme Driven Enhanced Oil Recovery  
Biochemistry: Fourth Award of $500
Calgary AB
Rui Ma,
Joe Palazzolo
Galactic Domination  
Team Projects: Fourth Award of $500
Windsor ON
Anila Madiraju Silencing Cancer with RNA  
Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award. The winners of this award are the top three students at the Intel ISEF. They receive a $50,000 scholarship and a high-performance computer.
Seaborg SIYSS Award: All expense-paid trip awarded to three senior finalists to attend the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar during the Nobel Prize Ceremonies in December 2003.
Intel Foundation Achievement Award $5,000.
Medicine and Health: Best in Category; a $5,000 scholarship and a high-performance computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and the Intel ISEF Affiliated fair they represent. First Award of $3,000
American Physiological Society: Third Award of $500
Ashtavadhani Vidwan Ambati Subbaraya Chetty (AVASC) Foundation: Award of $1,000 U.S. Savings Bond
Montreal QC
Rachelle Miron,
Lydia Weiskopf
Paleolimnological Water Quality Reconstruction of Four Mile Bay, Trout Lake,Team Projects: Second Award of $1,500 
North American Benthological Society: Third Award of $200
North Bay ON
Mubdi Rahman Investigation into Galactic Halo Star Formation  
Earth and Space Science: Second Award of $1,500
Toronto ON
Jonathan Sick Development of an Adaptively Controlled Telescope with Star-Pattern Recognition Pointing,Intel Foundation Best Use of Computing. Personal computer system 
American Astronomical Society and the Astronomical Society of the Pacific: Priscilla and Bart Bok Second Award of a $3,000 scholarship
Optical Society of America: First Award of $1,000
Calgary AB
Gordon Simmons Primary Learning Style and Gender Burlington ON
WallaceTruong, William Truong Molecular Characterization of TEM-Type Extended-Spectrum b-Lactamases Produced by Saskatchewan Isolates of Escherichia coli., Regina SK
Will Turk Gene Expression in Normal and Abnormal Development, Winnipeg MB