Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2004

Team Canada 2004 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 9-15 in Portland, Oregan,

Name Project Title City Prov
Arif Ali Awan, Hamza Mohaimeen Bari SARS: There Is a Cure!
Team Projects: Second Award of $1,500
Cote St. Luc QC
Janet Freilich, Bean Beacons  
Biochemistry: Second Award of $1,500 
Concordia University: Scholarship award of at least $9,300 per year (50% of tuition) for four years
Vancouver BC
Raphael Gervais,
Si Yue Guo
Quantum Conduction 
MILSET - EXPO-Science Europe. An all-expense paid trip to the European Youth Science Exhibition ESE 2004 to be held in Dresden, Germany July 9-16.
Team Projects: First Award of $3,000 
Tektronix, Inc.: Scholarship award of $300 in travelers checks
Montréal QC
Dustin Hughes Carbon Mining: Fertilizer Dressed in Black 
Environmental Sciences: Fourth Award of $500
South Porcupine ON
Pencilla Lang Optical Tactile Sensors for Medical Palpation     Engineering: Third Award of $1,000 
Eastman Kodak Company: Second Award of $500
IEEE - Oregon and Seattle Sections: An educational award of $5,000.
London ON
Vladislav Lavrovsky Directed Evolution of Hydrocarbon Catabolizing Enzymes       
Biochemistry:  A $5,000 scholarship and an Intel(R) Centrino(tm) mobile technology-based notebook 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
Fellowship for summer research in the University of Oregon laboratories: one in chemistry, physics and biology. Fellowships include room and board on campus plus a stipend of $300/per week for 8-12 weeks.
Calgary AB
Benjamin Schmidt SMART:  Static Microphone Array for Robotic Tracking 
Acoustical Society of America: First Award of $500
Society of Exploration Geophysicists: Award of Merit of $250
Elora ON
Justin Tan Vitrificationof Bovine Oocytes and Embryos and Human Oocytes 
Medicine and Health: Third Award of $1,000
Westmount QC