Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2011

Team Canada 2011 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 8-13 in Los Angeles, California.

Name Project Title City Prov
Dheevesh Arulmani Spectroelectrochemical Approach to PEM Fuel Cells Using Hydrodynamic Modulation in RDEs 
Energy and Transportation: Second Award of $1,500
Mississauga ON
Réda Bensaidane,
Alexandre Lemieux
Generation of Dopaminergic Neurons from Skin-derived precursors Cells: Novel treatment for Parkinson's Disease 
Medicine and Health Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
Québec QC
Sabrina Bouchard Inhibition of the ATPase activity of the Hepatitis NS3 protein by human lactoferrin 
Biochemistry: Fourth Award of $500
ADA Foundation: First Award of $2,000
CACO — Pharmaceutical & BioScience Society: First Award of $1,500
Sherbrooke QC
Adelina Corina Cozma Growing Up 'In Sync': Connecting a Bridge to an Autistic Mind's World 
Behavioral and Social Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
American Psychological Association: First Award of $1,250
IIT College of Psychology: Second Award of $1000 for excellence in Behavioral and Social Sciences
Richmond Hill ON
Anqi Dong Probabilistic Inference of Pathways of Infection Saskatoon SK
Howard Feng Identification of Substrates for Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 
Cellular and Molecular Biology: Second Award of $1,500
Richmond Hill ON
Emma Graham The Role of Oncogenic Lesions in Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition in Ovarian Cancer Ottawa ON
Nick Johnston Computer-Aided Telepathic Communications Surrey BC
Michael Lemanski The Mysterious Behavior of KF3- and its Relevance to 41Ca Analysis Toronto ON
Zeyu Liu Traffic Lights Fuzzy Controller Calgary AB
Christopher Nielsen Where's Waldo? Indoor Navigation through Optical Client Identification and Tracking 
ENGINEERING: Electrical and Mechanical: First Award of $3,000
SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering: Second Award of $1,500
Calgary AB
Lexie Penny Niagara Region's Environmental Impact on Water Quality of Lake Ontario Grimsby ON
Lauren Reid Reducing the Cut-In Wind Speed of Wind Turbine Blades by Redirecting the Boundary Layer Airflows 
GE Energy: First Award of $2,500
Society of Experimental Test Pilots: First Award of $1,000
Uxbridge ON
Megan Schlorff Improving the Efficiency of Wind Turbines Hanover ON
Rui Song Racing to Find Molecular Markers to Differentiate Pathogen Races Attacking Lentil Crops 
Plant Sciences:  Second Award of $1,500
Saskatchewan ON
Janelle Tam, 
Vivienne Tam
Cellulose Crystals Clean and Cure 
ENGINEERING: Materials and Bioengineering: Fourth Award of $500
Waterloo ON
Grace Wang Modulation of ERK5 in Inhibiting Breast Cancer Cell Migration and Invasion 
Medicine and Health Sciences: Fourth Award of $500
London ON
Lingjie (Linda) Wei Trinovopan: Pre-Clinical Development of a Novel Anti-Cancer Combinational Therapy 
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists: Fourth Award of $125. The winners will also receive a certificate, a one-year membership in the association including three AAPS journals, reduced rates for meetings and numerous educational materials. 

 

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