2017 Team Washington Attending ISEF

 Team Washington is comprised of the Grand Champions from the WSSEF and five Regional Fairs.

Team Washington attended the 2017 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles, CA and competed amongst 75 countries worldwide.  How did Team Washington science fair finalists do at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair?      Click and Find out here.

Congratulations to the Washington State Science & Engineering Grand Champions

WSSEF Gold Medallion ~ Vaishnavi Phadnis, Grade 11, Tesla STEM High School   Exon Expression Analysis of an Alternatively Spliced Neurotrophin Receptor in Multiple Cancer Types with Implications for Clinical Outcomes and Precision Medicine

WSSEF Silver Medallion ~ Abhinav Gundrala, Grade 10, Olympia High School   An Early Myocardial Infarction Detection System Using Complex Artificial Intelligence

WSSEF Bronze Medallion ~ Eshika Saxena, Grade 10, Interlake Senior High School   Computational Enhancement of Photoplethysmographic & Biometric Signals in Video for Remote Monitoring of Cardiovascular Health & Identity Authentication

Earning an all inclusive trip to the 2017 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF)

WSSEF ~ ISEF Finalists ~

Apoorv Khandelwal, Grade 12, Tesla STEM High School   Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Experimental Fabrication of Nanoporous Graphene Membranes for Optimal Water Permeability in Reverse Osmosis Desalination

Aditi Kumar, Grade 11, Timberline High School   Development of a Novel Catalyst for the More Efficient Conversion of CO2 in H2O to Produce Biofuels as an Alternative Form of Energy

Terrance Li, Grade 10, Newport High School   Exploring Piezoelectrict Properties of Atomically Thin WSe2

Vaishnavi Phadnis, Grade 11, Tesla STEM High School   Exon Expression Analysis of an Alternatively Spliced Neurotrophin Receptor in Multiple Cancer Types with Implications for Clinical Outcomes and Precision Medicine

Sagarika Samavedi, Grade 9, Interlake High School   Designing a Thermostable Cellobiohydrolase : A Novel Approach to Sustainable Ethanol Production

Savitha Srinivasan, Grade 9, Interlake High School   A Novel Machine Learning Approach Using Convolutional Neural Networks to Identify Melanoma

2017 Team WA at ISEFTeam Washington cheering for our Washington State award recipients at the ISEF.

GO TEAM WASHINGTON!!!!!