The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Through a global network of local, regional and national science fairs, millions of students are encouraged to explore their passion for developing innovations that improve the way we work and live. From May 13-18, 2018, more than 1,800 young scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and makers will convene in Pittsburgh to compete for approximately US$5 million in awards and scholarships.

Intel is redefining what it means to be an innovator by expanding access to technology skills and experiences and connecting more people to opportunity. In addition to supporting the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for nearly 20 years, a commitment that continues through 2019, Intel is broadening access to technology skills and experiences for underserved youth worldwide through the Intel® Innovation Generation initiative, helping ensure the next generation of innovators is diverse, inclusive and empowered. Intel believes technology is a force for positive social impact and has the power to be a great equalizer, but only if everyone has access to it.

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  • Dhruvik Parikh, 18, of Bothell, Washington, received one of two
  • Meghana Bollimpalli, 17, of Little Rock, Arkansas, received one
  • Oliver Nicholls, 19, of Sydney, Australia, was awarded first pla
  • From left: Meghana Bollimpalli, Oliver Nicholls and Dhruvik Pari
  • Overhead view of the 2018 Intel International Science and Engine
  • Finalists enjoy the Intel Quad at the 2018 Intel International S
  • The 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a pro
  • Finalists celebrate their home countries at the Opening Ceremoni

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