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Application Translates Chinese Sign Language
Chinese students develop a system that improves communication with the deaf.
Greenway Grameen Infra Protects Families’ Health
Greenway Grameen Infra’s biomass stoves reduce dangerous pollutants and smoke inhalation while cooking.
Intel Computer Clubhouse Sparks Self-Discovery
Nancy Douyon found a passion for human interaction with technology and community service.
Sara Volz, 2013 Intel STS Winner
Sara Volz talks about her future at MIT after winning the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search. (2:50)
Elisabeth Ashmore: A Voice for Quadriplegics
Elisabeth Ashmore discusses her brain-computer interface for quadriplegics and plans for college.
Winner Shares Algae Research
Intel STS winner Sara Volz explains how she establishes algae cells as feasible biofuel sources.
Boys Fight for Education Gender Equality
Indian student discusses fighting for gender equality by challenging village opinions on education. (3:02)
Intel Computer Clubhouse Network
Alumna describes impact on her life, including projects, STEM scholarships, and mentoring others. (2:38)
Naema Al-zbede: Promoting Technology Through Education
Teacher Naema Al-zbede uses technology to help Israeli women develop new life skills and opportunities.
Ben Gulak Credits ISEF Experience
The entrepreneur discusses how the event inspired him to incorporate science in real-world activities.
Internet Gender Gap
Intel interviews women from developing countries about the benefits of Internet access.
Clean Air Researcher Naomi Shah
Discusses her research and her experiences at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Helping Amputees Kick Phantom Pain
Katherine Bomkamp talks about prosthetic socket with thermal biofeedback to fight phantom pain.
Effective Colon Cancer Tests
Inspired by cancer’s impacts, Keven Stonewall created a 100 percent effective cancer test vaccine.
Adam Bowman Tackles Plasma
Discusses his inexpensive plasma device and how working science can be more accessible. (1:59)