Canada's team to Intel ISEF 1998

Team Canada 1998 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 11-17 in  Fort Worth, Texas

Name Project Title City Prov
Adam Bly Fusion of Epithelial Cadherin cDNA to Green Fluorescent Protein: Phase II  
Biochemistry: Best of Category, $5000 and First Place Winner, $3000
Drexel University Full Scholarship $74,000
Montreal QC
Charina Cameron Sonic Bee Detector  
Physics: First Award of $3000
American Association of Physics teachers and the American Physical Society: $500.
Polytechnic University, one-half of the annual tuition for each year of full-time study for up to four years.
Wolfville NS
Jean-Michel Filion,
Marc-Andre Filion
GUSTY Lake Trout  
Team Projects: Second Award of $1500
North Bay ON
Matthew Garvin Keel Appendages: What's going on down there?  
Engineering, Intel, Fourth Place Award of $500
Portugal Cove NF
Jordan Harpur Biological or Chemical Insecticides?  
Microbiology: Third Award of $1000
Entomological Society of America: First Prize $500
Vancouver BC
Claire Heslop The B in Spina Bifida: The Methonine Challenge  
Medicine and Health: Best of Category Award of $5000 and First Place Winner, $3000
Intel Fellows Achievement Awards, $2000
Drexel University Full Scholarship $74,000
University of Texas at Dallas, $5,500 scholarship per year for four years.
Almonte ON
Mark Nowinski, Jack Nowinski How is your heart?  
Team Projects: First Award of $3000
IEEE Computer Society: $400
Waterloo ON
Cady Pocrnich Coat Colour in Labrador Retriever Dogs  
Zoology: Third Award of $1000
Waterloo ON
Andrea Wan An Improved Bioprosthetic Heart Valve  
Medicine and Health : Merck Research Laboratories, Second Award of $1500
Sarnia ON