Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2000

Team Canada 2000 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 8-12 in Detroit, Michigan

Name Project Title City Prov
Matthew Baumann Optimization of an AC Susceptometer for Low Tc Superconductivity Measurements 
Vacuum Technology Division of the American Vacuum Society: Third Award of $250
St Catharines ON
Travis Beamish,
Avaleigh Milne
The Effetcs of Anesthetics on Channel Systems in Soybean Plants  
Trip to the 12th European Union Contest for Young Scientists, which will take place in Amsterdam.
Team Projects: Intel ISEF Best of Category Award of $5,000 for Top First Place Winner.  First Award of $3,000
Kingston ON
Francis Boulva Cosmic Bubbles 
American Astronomical Society and the Astronomical Society of the Pacific:
Priscilla and Bart Bok First Award of $500
Lawrence Tech University: Four-year scholarship
Mt. Royal QC
Charina Cameron Bee Heard: Can Apis mellifera Perceive Sounds?  
Physics: Second Award of $1,500
United Technologies Corporation Award
Wolfville NS
Sarah Charlton,Katherine Gunst Is This Biocide Biosafe?  
Team Project: Fourth Award of $500
Toronto ON
Francis Chung Pattern recognition in artificial intelligence Ottawa ON
Daniel Green Euclidean Solutions in Quantum GravityIntel Achievement Award 
Physics: Fourth Award of $500
American Mathematical Society: Honorable Mention Awards
North Vancouver BC
Aaron Judah Sonoluminescence:Probing the Elusive Glow  
Physics: Third Award of $1,000
Drexel University: Full scholarship $73,000
Scarborough ON
Brad LeBlanc Electromagnetic Field Induced Activation of the Heat Shock Response and its Influence on Aptosis, Smiths Falls ON
Alexis Lussier Desbiens Walking Like an InsectEngineering: First Award of $3,000 
American Association for Artificial Intelligence: Award of $1,000
Kettering University: Electrical Products tuition scholarships of $10,000 per year
Plessisville QC
Romina Perri BioMolecular TB Control  
Microbiology: Fourth Award of $500
Montreal ON
Michael Tong Cancer Killer  
Biochemistry: Fourth Award of $500
Montreal ON