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When Fair Means Superb: Young scientists and engineers meet in international competition

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1:29am, May 18, 2005

A record 1,447 high school students from 45 countries shone their brightest in sunny Phoenix last week as they competed for more than $3 million in scholarship money, trips, and other prizes at the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).

Judges spotlighted the brightest ideas from a spectrum of sophisticated experiments and inventions.

The Fair's top prize, the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award, went to three students: Ahmeed Abdulrasool of Lane Technical High School in Chicago, Stephen Schulz of the Comprehensive School, Buer Center in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, and Gabrielle Gianelli of Lake Hig

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