International Success!!!

Emily Cross

Congratulations to Emily Cross from Hammarskjold High School who has won first place for the American Geoscience Institute’s Geoscience Award and fourth place grand award in the Earth and Environmental Science category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania.

Emily’s project is called Patination of Raw Lithic Materials for Analysis of Prehistoric Artifacts, and represents nine months of experiments and res…earch on chemical and physical analysis of prehistoric stone tools

Intel ISEF is the world’s largest pre-college celebration of science, with over 1400 students from nearly 60 nations competing for scholarships, tuition, grants, internships and scientific field trips. Best-in-fair prize is a $75,000 college scholarship, three grand prizes of $50,000 scholarships are also awarded, and there are a wealth of additional cash and scholarships available.

We will post the official news release from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair on our website as soon as soon we receive it.

Congratulations to Emily Cross from Hammarskjold High School!!!

Official Results

American Geosciences Institute

The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) is pleased to recognize three projects that best reflect the study of Earth and the mission of AGI. Founded in 1948, AGI strives to increase public awareness of the vital role of the geosciences to mankind and society. In support of Intel ISEF, AGI sponsors a first place award of $1,000, a certificate and an AGI publication; a second award of $750, a certificate and an AGI publication; and a third award of $250, a certificate and an AGI publication.

First Award of $1,000
Patination of Raw Lithic Materials for Analysis of Prehistoric Artifacts
Emily Cross, 15, Hammarskjold High School, Thunder Bay, Canada

EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.

Fourth Award of $500
Patination of Raw Lithic Materials for Analysis of Prehistoric Artifacts
Emily Cross, 15, Hammarskjold High School, Thunder Bay, Canada

More info can be found at – https://student.societyforscience.org/search?st=award+winners%2C

 

 

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