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Intel Science Winner Develops Cancer Tech
Inspired by his uncle who passed away from pancreatic cancer, Jack Andraka developed a patent-pending noninvasive, sensitive and inexpensive cancer-sc...
May 24, 2012
Meet Andrew Jin, Intel's Science Talent Wi...
Andrew Jin, 17, is one of three top prize winners at Intel's prestigious science competition. He discusses his winning genomics project with Tanya Riv...
March 11, 2015
Intel Science Winner Built Lab at Home, Na...
Colorado's Sara Volz, 17, won first place in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search contest for her research into algae biofuels, which has impli...
March 14, 2013
Teen Engineer Invents System to Boost Plan...
Raymond Wang, 17, won $75,000 and first place at Intel's Science and Engineering Fair for his study of how to improve air quality in airplanes. He joi...
May 28, 2015
Intel Brings Science Fiction to Reality Wi...
Intel calls RealSense an advanced form of "Natural User Interface" technology.We'll call it the most high-tech camera system ever seen.What makes Real...
June 24, 2015
1 in 2 People in the UK Will Develop Cance...
Half of all children born now in the UK will develop cancer at some point during their lives, according to the stark new finding from Cancer Research ...
February 04, 2015
Science Teens on How to Get Kids Excited A...
How can more kids get involved in science? Intel Science Talent Search finalists Kevin Lee and Soham Daga explain what they would do if they were in c...
March 25, 2014
NYC Teen Uses Google to Predict Mortgage T...
New York's Soham Daga used data from Google Trends to develop a new model to predict the likelihood of mortgage delinquency and is one of the finalist...
March 20, 2014
Teen Develops Model to Unlock Better Heart...
Has a California teenager unlocked research that could lead to better treatments of heart arrhythmia? Kevin Lee, 17, won second place in Intel's Scien...
March 20, 2014
Teen's Project Could Impact Cancer Treatme...
Pennsylvania's Jonah Kallenbach, 17, won second place in Intel's Science Talent Search contest for his bioinformatics and genomics research to could o...
March 16, 2013
Teen With Scoliosis Invents Prototype to H...
Harry Paul, a finalist from Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, joins HuffPost Live to talk about his implant that treats congenital sco...
May 20, 2014
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Meet the Teens Inventing the Future
An implant that treats congenital scoliosis, investigating sleep deprivation, identifying harmful mutations linked to cancer: all innovations driven b...
May 20, 2014
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