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9 Indian students shine at Intel science fair
Tuesday, 17th May 2011
The Intel ISEF 2011 is a program called the 'Society for Science and the Public' which was conducted in Los Angeles with over 1,500 high school students participating from 443 affiliate fairs in 65 countries, regions and territories.The competition helps students share ideas, showcase cutting-edge research and inventions, and compete for more than $4 million in awards.

The Indian contingent to Intel ISEF 2011 consisted of Akansha Verma and Abhishek Khanna (New Delhi), Raghavendra Ramachanderan (Chennai), Manosij Ghosh Dastidar (Kolkata), Hetal Vaishnav and Ankur Vaishnav (Rajkot), Diksha Gupta (New Delhi), Pramoda N.V. and Bhargava C.S. (Puttur) who came from different parts of the country.

The nine students presented their ideas on different categories that they researched on. Starting from An eco-friendly antifungal agent, Drug Synthesis, extension of Stanley's theorem to Recycling Rexine waste, a naturally growing weed as effective pest controller and to natural inks that was produced from Fruits of Terminalia chebula.
Publication : Silicon India
TAGS : campus  intel  


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