Pakistani’s Among 1549 Scientists At Intel International Science & Engineering Fair

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If you’d ever walk across the floor at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, you would be more of intrigued to not find a single baking soda and vinegar project to be seen.

Instead, you would encounter over 1,549 young scientists from over 68 countries around the globe coming up and presenting their mind blowing projects in areas such as robotic prosthesis, alternative fuel development, energy conservation and much more.

The event is being held right now at Pittsburgh for the first time at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center which spans from 13th to 18th of May as well as with plans to return to Pittsburgh twice more in 2015 and 2018.

Among them are 3 Pakistanis who have managed to reach the final competition with their respective projects.

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1,500 young scientists from around the world have gathered in Pittsburgh, Pa. at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair 2012. They were selected from 446 affiliate fairs in 68 countries, regions and territories. Seen in the photo are Shiza Ghulab and Mahnoor Hassan with their project ‘Energy Square’ representing Pakistan at the final competition.

 

1,500 young scientists from around the world have gathered in Pittsburgh, Pa. at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair 2012. They were selected from 446 affiliate fairs in 68 countries, regions and territories. Seen in the photo is Syed Shahzed Hussain with his project ‘Creating Artificial Domains’ representing Pakistan at the final competition.