Twelve of Canada’s top high school scientists have been selected by Youth Science Canada to represent the country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) from May 10-16 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Intel ISEF is the world’s largest science fair.
Team Canada-ISEF 2015 was selected by a distinguished panel of 18 university faculty, industry researchers, educators and Team Canada-ISEF alumni through a competitive national selection process that began in October and concluded today as part of Youth Science Month.
Last year, the 12 members of Team Canada-ISEF put on a world-class performance, bringing home a total of 11 Special Awards and 10 Grand Awards – including two First Awards!
This year’s Team Canada-ISEF includes 6 Intel ISEF veterans and 6 newcomers from British Columbia and Ontario, and they are (left to right, top to bottom in photo):
Candace Brooks-Da Silva – Windsor, ON
A Biomimetic Non-Planar Approach to Reducing Induced Drag From Trailing Vortices
Emily Cross – Thunder Bay, ON
Patination of Raw Lithic Material for Analysis of Prehistoric Artifacts
Ben Friesen – Grimsby, ON
Improving Crypto; a Novel Smartphone Based Entropy Generator
Ann Makosinski – Victoria, BC
The e-Drink – Capturing Electricity From Beverages
Daniel McInnis – Ottawa, ON
Picture This: A Novel Approach to Limb Donor Matching, Prosthetic Design and Bone Allografts
Aditya Mohan – Ottawa, ON
Development Of A Novel Oncolytic Virus For Cancer Treatment And Diagnosis
Avinash Pandey – Waterloo, ON
Impact of Burst Exercise on Cardiometabolic Status of Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetics
Janice Pang – Coquitlam, BC
miRNAs as biomarkers of IAPP-induced inflammation in type 2 diabetes
Amit Scheer – Ottawa, ON
Targeted Immunomodulatory Antigen-Adjuvant Nanoparticle: An Effective Therapeutic Cancer Vaccination
Duncan Stothers – Vancouver, BC
The FIRST Frame: Personalized Front Impact Reduction System for Bicycles
Nicole Ticea – Burnaby, BC
Point-of-Care Low-Cost Disposable Device for Nucleic Acid Testing of HIV: Sample-to-Answer in 60 Min
Raymond Wang – Vancouver, BC
Aircraft Cabin Airflow: Curbing Disease Transmission
Team Canada-ISEF is a program of Youth Science Canada and is generously supported by Intel of Canada.