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2001 Intel ISEF Government & Industry Awards

Intel ISEF

Bureau of Reclamation/U.S. Department of the Interior
For exhibits related to water resources development and management, including: hydroelectric and electric power generation, engineering design, construction materials, irrigation, water management and conservation, water quality, fisheries and aquatic ecology and wetlands.

First Award of $500 and matching grant to winner's school

EN054: An Energy Saving Computer-controlled Shower. Paul Alexander Treib, 17, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

Second Award of $300 and matching grant to winner's school

PH001: A Novel Surface Tension Measuring Method and Apparatus. Tai-Hsiang Huang, 17, Taipei Municipal Chien-Kuo Senior High School, Taipei, Taiwan

Third Award of $200 and matching grant to winner's school

EV036: Hellgrammite Abundance as a Function of Froude Number and Particle Size Distribution in Several Smaller Tributaries of the Rivanna River System. Heather Lara Austin, 17, Renaissance School, Charlottesville, Virginia

Honorable Mention Awards

EV004: Effects of Florida Bay's Hydrologic Restoration. Jenna Lyanne Lewis, 16, Cooper City High School, Cooper City, Florida

MI315: Water Quality and Algal Influences on the Technologies Treatment. Jeferson Montenegro, 18, Fundacao Escola Tecnica Liberato Salzano Vieira da Cunha, Novo Hamburgo,RS, Brasil; Jose Alexandre Galimberti, 19, Fundacao Escola Tecnica Liberato Salzano Vieira da Cunha, Novo Hamburgo,RS, Brasil

Each student receives a Certificate of Achievement, a letter from the Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, a paperweight and a tote bag.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
For projects that best relate to NASA's mission.


All expense-paid trip to attend the U.S. Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama and a certificate

BI007: Comparative Microarray Analysis of Spinocerebellar Ataxia-1 Transgenic Mice Genome. Li Mei, 17, Wayzata High School, Plymouth, Minnesota

BI029: Novel Selection System for Plant Genetic Transformations. Niraj Madhav Shanbhag, 18, Liverpool High School, Liverpool, New York

CH016: High Pressure and Temperature Studies in N20. Parimalram Achintya Madduri, 18, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia

CH023: Effects of Varying the Composition of Catalysts Used to Produce Carbon Nanotubes. Brian Ruby, 17, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

CS020: Computerized Pattern Recognition for Fingerprint Identification. James David Rollason, 17, Isabel High School, Isabel, South Dakota

CS026: Greedy Random: A Novel Algorithm for Vehicle Routing Optimization. Dominik Roman Rabiej, 17, Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan

EA007: Astronaut's Salad Bar: Growing Lactuca sativa in Space. Christine Gail Simone, 16, Satellite High School, Satellite Beach, Florida

EA008: Experimental Methods for Selection of Photometric Comparison Stars. Susannah Cathleen Lazar, 16, Home School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

EA025: Comparison of Slope Failure Among Climate Regions. Megan E. Fuller, 16, Bountiful High School, Bountiful, Utah

EA030: Asteroidal Occultations of Stars. Christina Ann Dwyer, 17, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland

EN030: Improving the Performance of Magnetoplasmadynamic Thrusters. Spencer Charles DeSanto, 17, R. Nelson Snider High School, Fort Wayne, Indiana

EN069: Digital Flash Modulation for Data Transmission. Ryan Joseph Bienvenu, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

EN089: MEMS: Microelectromechanical SystemsResearch and Development of EM Actuators. Jonathan Aaron Treitel, 18, Central High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

MA028: Application of Differential Evolution to the Solution of Differential Equations. Hasuk Francis Song, 17, La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

MA030: Soap Hyperfilms. Craig Allen Schroeder, 18, Wessington Springs High School, Wessington Springs, South Dakota

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

Honorable Mention Award Certificates for International Students

CH028: Garbage to Fuel. Samantha A. Conroy, 14, Conroy Learning Center (Homeschool), Export, Pennsylvania

CS021: Pedal Mouse. Qicheng Ma, 16, Shenzhen Experimental School, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

EA026: Stress History of the Crust in Southeast Atla Regio, Venus: Test of Collapse Caldera Ellipticity for Determining Crustal Stress. Carolyn Morgan Tewksbury, 15, Clinton Senior High School, Clinton, New York

EA034: Galactic Champagne. Francis Boulva, 18, College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

EV045: Mosquito Control via Acoustic Larvicide: Pesticide-free Solution. Michael H. Nyberg, 15, Lyme-Old Lyme High School, Old Lyme, Connecticut

MA037: An Improved Mathematical Model of Populations. Christopher Ryan Bruner, 15, Wewoka High School, Wewoka, Oklahoma

ME002: Recalcitrance Levels of Staphylococcal Biofilms to Antibiotics and Formulation of an Anti-infective Coating to Prevent Biofilm Formation on Biomaterials. Ibraheem M. Mohammed, 15, Niceville Senior High School, Niceville, Florida

PH014: Effects of Surface Texture on Common Lifting Bodies. Robert Parker McNish, 15, Charlottesville High School, Charlottesville, Virginia

DuPont will recognize individual entries in the categories of chemistry and biology, robotics and physics, and environmental sciences as best exemplifies DuPont excellence in research.

BO021: Improvement of Thermal Pulser in Several Plant Species' Transpiration Rate. Pengfei Cao, 16, No. 65 High School, Beijing, China

CH018: Comparison of Sulfonated Biomasses to an Acidic Ion-Exchange Resin for the Removal of Toxic Metal Cations from an Environmental Water Sample. Tyler Shawn Ellis, 18, Stevens High School, Rapid City, South Dakota

CH048: The Effectiveness of Environmentally Safe Coatings for the Inhibition of Corrosion of Steel in Aggressive Marine Conditions. Benjamin James Pernezny, 17, Wellington High School, Wellington, Florida

EN068: Effect of Bumper Material on the Energy Absorbed and Peak Acceleration When Impacted into a Flat Barrier. Orion P. Keifer, 17, Paxon School for Advanced Studies, Jacksonville, Florida

EN073: Fuel Cells. Rebecca L. Idell, 15, John Jay Senior High School, Hopewell Junction, New York

EV020: Environmental Behavior of Methyl tert-Butyl Ether. Tanner M. Callender, 17, Wamego High School, Wamego, Kansas

EV028: Environmental Hormones: Testing PVC Extract on Fruit Flies. Betsy Christine Taylor, 17, William J. Palmer High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado

EV106: Matryoshka: Recycling Agricultural Wastewater and Pulp and Paper Industry Waste to Create a Bio-engineered Soil Supplement. Gibson W. Gervais, 16, Sandwich Secondary School, LaSalle, Ontario, Canada

ME085: Anti-cancer Efficacy of Garlic: Cellular and Genetic Mediators. Ahmed Shaker Mousa, 17, Avon Grove High School, West Grove, Pennsylvania

PH010: Electro-optic Effect & Bandwidth Limit of a LiNbO3 Modulator. Erin Kathleen Riley, 17, Palm Bay High School, Melbourne, Florida

Patent and Trademark Office / U.S.Department of Commerce / Patent and Trademark Office Society
Awards in eight subject categories: Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Medicine and Health, Biochemistry, Computer, Earth & Space Science

Grand Award of $1,000

BI024: Melanoma Cells Preferentially Destroyed by Measles Virus Targeted with Recombinant BETA-Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone Surface Molecule. Brandon Michael Palmen, 17, Mayo High School, Rochester, Minnesota

First Award of $200

CH015: Role of Electrostatics on the Dynamics of Ionic Oligomers through Random Media. Jayanta Fowler Mohanty, 18, Cumberland High School, Cumberland, Rhode Island

CS019: NGC: A New Paradigm for Computer Architecture. Hans Christiansen Lee, 18, The York School, Monterey, California

EA036: Expansion of the Universe by Acceleration. Jorge Samuel Diaz Poblete, 18, Colegio de la Salle, Talca, Septemia Region, Chile

EN084: Omega MP3 Player. Rodolfo Pedo Pirotti, 19, Fundacao Escola Tecnica Liberato Salzano Vieira da Cunha, Novo Hamburgo,RS, Brasil

EV039: Grasslands vs. Woodlands: Change during the Last Century Using Remote Sensing. Sue Andra White, 18, Manzano High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico

ME073: A Succulent Solution to a Burning Problem: Phase IV. Kimberly Jane Buehring, 17, Banquete High School, Banquete, Texas

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

Second Award of $150

BI061: New Fermentation Apparatus and Method for the Production of DNA-Vaccines and Other Gene Therapy Products. Karen Leanne Beckman, 17, Jamestown High School, Jamestown, North Dakota

CH023: Effects of Varying the Composition of Catalysts Used to Produce Carbon Nanotubes. Brian Ruby, 17, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

CS030: Optimization of Biological Imaging Systems. Jeremiah Marton Rothschild, 18, White Station High School, Memphis, Tennessee

EA005: Experimental Study of the Liquefaction Potential of Different Soils. Sarah Evelyn Brophy, 15, Bloomington High School North, Bloomington, Indiana

EN063: Maternity Seatbelt. Sharon Elizabeth Matchett, 18, Grosvenor Grammar School, Belfast, Northern Ireland

EV086: Phytoplankton Productivity Forecasting in the South China Sea Using Neural Networks. Reinabelle C. Reyes, 17, Philippine Science High School, Quezon City, Metro Manilla, Philippines

ME002: Recalcitrance Levels of Staphylococcal Biofilms to Antibiotics and Formulation of an Anti-infective Coating to Prevent Biofilm Formation on Biomaterials. Ibraheem M. Mohammed, 15, Niceville Senior High School, Niceville, Florida

PH032: Atmospheric Gas Detection by Non-dispersive Infrared Analysis of Solar Radiation. Nicole Anne Oertli, 17, Murphy High School, Mobile, Alabama

Grand Award includes a framed copy of the first patent granted in the U.S., and a flag that has been flown over the U.S. Capitol.

U.S. Army

Award of $3,000, a Certificate of Achievement and a gold medallion

BE029: Temporal Constraints on Perceptual Grouping. Naveen Mohan Krishnan, 15, Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, California

BI047: Boronic Acid Inhibitors Displace the Hydrolytic Water Molecule in the Active Site of BETA-Lactamases. Debarshi Mustafi, 16, Kenwood Academy, Chicago, Illinois

BO065: Seed-to-seed Cycling of Brassica rapa in Lunar and Martian Clinostat Environments. Lee R. Yaracs, 17, Ridgeview High School, Orange Park, Florida

CH014: Quantitative Spectroscopic Analysis of Sulfur-Oxy Anions Using Ellman's Reagent. Cameron Sadegh, 16, Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Hackensack, New Jersey

CH302: Sol-Gel Synthesis of Yttrium Iron Garnet Magnets. Michael Takbun Ng, 16, Midwood High School at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York; Patrick Li, 16, Midwood High School at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

CS030: Optimization of Biological Imaging Systems. Jeremiah Marton Rothschild, 18, White Station High School, Memphis, Tennessee

EA026: Stress History of the Crust in Southeast Atla Regio, Venus: Test of Collapse Caldera Ellipticity for Determining Crustal Stress. Carolyn Morgan Tewksbury, 15, Clinton Senior High School, Clinton, New York

EN006: The Sign Translator. Ryan Randall Patterson, 17, Central High School, Grand Junction, Colorado

EV047: Effects of Polychlorinated Biphenyls on Cancer Cells. Jillian Lee Werbeck, 17, Liverpool High School, Liverpool, New York

GN004: Stress and Age on APE Neuro-protein Correlated Base Excision DNA Repair. Korri Ayn Thiessen, 15, Oregon Episcopal School, Portland, Oregon

MA015: Determinantal Sequences. Matthew Bryan Satriano, 17, Oceanside High School, Oceanside, New York

ME085: Anti-cancer Efficacy of Garlic: Cellular and Genetic Mediators. Ahmed Shaker Mousa, 17, Avon Grove High School, West Grove, Pennsylvania

MI054: Effects of Colloidal Silver on Staphylococcus aureus. Ciera Elani Thayne, 16, Payson Senior High School, Payson, Utah

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

ZO002: Mediation of Allorecognition with Signaling Transduction Molecules in Botryllus schlosseri. Jason W. Steinberg, 16, Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, California

One expense paid trip to London International Youth Science Forum, $3,000 in savings bonds and $300 from the Association of the United States Army.

EV007: Phytoextraction of Lead from Contaminated Soils Using Triticum asetivum. Marc A. Burrell, 17, Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin

Alternate to attend the London International Youth Science Forum

ME085: Anti-cancer Efficacy of Garlic: Cellular and Genetic Mediators. Ahmed Shaker Mousa, 17, Avon Grove High School, West Grove, Pennsylvania

Two expense paid trips to Operation Cherry Blossom in Tokyo, Japan. Each trip winner will also receive $3,000 in savings bonds and $300 from the Association of the United States Army.

BI065: Measles Virus Nucleocapsid Gene Enhances 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin-D3 Sensitivity of Osteoclast Precursors in Paget's Disease. Debra Ting Hsiung, 16, Northside Health Careers High School, San Antonio, Texas

CS026: Greedy Random: A Novel Algorithm for Vehicle Routing Optimization. Dominik Roman Rabiej, 17, Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Alternate for the Operation Cherry Blossom trip to Toyko, Japan

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

U.S. Air Force

First Awards of $3,000

BE020: Relationships between Color and Motion in Human Vision. Noam Martin Ross, 18, Ossining High School, Ossining, New York

BI022: Effects of Huperzine-A on GABA Induced Neurotoxicity in Primary Neurons. Felipe Carlos Velasquez, 17, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia

BO065: Seed-to-seed Cycling of Brassica rapa in Lunar and Martian Clinostat Environments. Lee R. Yaracs, 17, Ridgeview High School, Orange Park, Florida

CH023: Effects of Varying the Composition of Catalysts Used to Produce Carbon Nanotubes. Brian Ruby, 17, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

CS019: NGC: A New Paradigm for Computer Architecture. Hans Christiansen Lee, 18, The York School, Monterey, California

EA013: Downwelling, Shortwave Solar Radiation. Sarah Ann Bickerstaff, 17, Alva Senior High School, Alva, Oklahoma

EN039: Effect of an Atmosphere of Carbon Dioxide on the Aerodynamics and Lift in a Low-speed Wind Tunnel. Sandra Neuenschwander Ottensmann, 18, Brebeuf Preparatory School, Indianapolis, Indiana

EV027: Design of an Internet-based Soil Hydration Sensor System. Michael Beroen Hart, 15, Alfred M. Barbe High School, Lake Charles, Louisiana

GN011: Neuroprotection and Neurotransmitter Release by a Dopamine D3 Receptor Agonist: Potential Antiglaucoma Drug. Eugenia Chu, 17, Evans High School, Evans, Georgia

MA028: Application of Differential Evolution to the Solution of Differential Equations. Hasuk Francis Song, 17, La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

ME073: A Succulent Solution to a Burning Problem: Phase IV. Kimberly Jane Buehring, 17, Banquete High School, Banquete, Texas

MI028: Biosulfurization of Coal via Sulfur Oxidation: Novel Use for Extremopholic Bacteria. Matt Stephen Jeletic, 18, Park View High School, Sterling, Virginia

PH009: Quasi-elliptical Torsatron: Study of Induced Radial Electric Fields and Plasma Confinement. Garrett Joseph Young, 18, Young Homeschool, Branchburg, New Jersey

ZO002: Mediation of Allorecognition with Signaling Transduction Molecules in Botryllus schlosseri. Jason W. Steinberg, 16, Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, California

Second Awards of $1,500

BE029: Temporal Constraints on Perceptual Grouping. Naveen Mohan Krishnan, 15, Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, California

BI061: New Fermentation Apparatus and Method for the Production of DNA-Vaccines and Other Gene Therapy Products. Karen Leanne Beckman, 17, Jamestown High School, Jamestown, North Dakota

BO027: Arsenic in Old Lakes. Vera Ashley Paulson, 18, Navasota High School, Navasota, Texas

CH027: Effect of Pigment Size on UV-related Fading of Paint. Emily Michele Kraft, 15, Evansville Day School, Evansville, Indiana

CS030: Optimization of Biological Imaging Systems. Jeremiah Marton Rothschild, 18, White Station High School, Memphis, Tennessee

EA004: Hydrology of a Hilltop Aquifer. Jessica Lynn Parker, 18, Hernando High School, Brooksville, Florida

EN029: Deformation and Recovery of Shape Memory Alloy. Kristin Gayle Kiriluk, 18, Glen Burnie Senior High School, Glen Burnie, Maryland

EV022: A Better Barrier. Kyle Robert Head, 17, MacArthur Senior High School, Lawton, Oklahoma

GN010: Correlation of Tear Lactoferrin Levels with Physiological Conditions. Pauline Lillian Sein, 17, Muskogee High School, Muskogee, Oklahoma

MA024: Knots Embedding in Graph G with Base Formed by Pyramids. Lisandra Colon-Jimenez, 17, University Gardens High School, San Juan, Puerto Rico

ME038: Diffraction Patterns of Cells. Ted Lee, 17, Tullahoma High School, Tullahoma, Tennessee

MI053: Ascorbic Acid Increases the Survival Rate of an Irradiated UV-sensitive Yeast Strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Shannon Michelle Sorenson, 17, Big Sky High School, Missoula, Montana

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

ZO051: The Miracle of Metamorphosis: Third Year Study. Michelle Elizabeth Afkhami, 17, Plano East Senior High School, Plano, Texas

Team Award of $1,500 for each member

EN319: Emu Oil Lubrication/Performance Qualities Using Dynamometer, Spectrochemical/Infrared Analysis. Amy Ward Tasca, 18, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota; Brian Matthew Ness, 18, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota

Team Award of $1,000 for each member

CH301: Compatibilization of Polymer Blends Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide. Edmund Francis Palermo, 17, Bay Shore High School, Bay Shore, New York; James W. Conlon, 16, Bay Shore High School, Bay Shore, New York

Each winner will receive a medallion, and a certificate of recognition. The teacher of each individual and team, will receive a grant in the amount of $300.

U.S. Coast Guard
For projects that relate to boating and water safety.

First Award of $5,000 and plaque

EN314: Don't Rock the Boat: Phase III. Barrett Christopher Boutte, 18, Catholic High School, New Iberia, Louisiana; Julie Michelle Roy, 18, Catholic High School, New Iberia, Louisiana

Second Award of $3,000 and plaque

EN071: Can Acoustical Methods Be Used to Detect and Characterize Corrosion? Phase II. George Hwang, 16, Carman-Ainsworth High School, Flint, Michigan

Third Award of $1,000 and plaque

CS018: Virtual Environmental Simulations Using C++ and DirectX. Jonathan Michael Joyce, 18, Hayfield Secondary School, Alexandria, Virginia

Fourth Award of $500 and plaque

EN317: Novel Fuel Formulations to Improve Health and Safety by Reduction of Noxious Emissions. Adam S. Judelson, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California; Ari A. Bencuya, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California

Three Honorable Mention Awards of $100

BE012: Effects of Web-based Learning on Knowledge Retention Compared to Standard Textual Learning. Andrew Philip Levy, 16, Langley High School, McLean, Virginia

CH048: The Effectiveness of Environmentally Safe Coatings for the Inhibition of Corrosion of Steel in Aggressive Marine Conditions. Benjamin James Pernezny, 17, Wellington High School, Wellington, Florida

EV032: Comparing the Effectiveness of Marine Antifouling Paints. Elizabeth Van Cortlandt Varela, 15, West Potomac High School, Alexandria, Virginia

U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development
For projects that demonstrate outstanding achievement in research and scientific knowledge in several areas of interest.

First Award of $5,000

EV083: BioremediationSecond Year Study: Investigating Improved Organismal Clean-up of Oil Spills. Timothy Ian Brox, 18, Clovis West High School, Fresno, California

Second Award of $3,000

EV051: Invisible Piranha III: Effect of Bacteriophage Therapy on Ballast Water. Scott Bailey Zeglin, 16, Oak Ridge High School, Conroe, Texas

Third Award of $1,000

EN054: An Energy Saving Computer-controlled Shower. Paul Alexander Treib, 17, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

Forth Award $500

EV324: Oil Spill Collector for the Control of Marine Pollution. Amit Kiran Sowani, 16, Ramnivas Ruia Junior College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; Bharat Suresh Mhatre, 16, Ramnivas Ruia Junior College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Honorable Mention of $100

EV015: Biodiesel Fuel from Used Cooking Oil. Landon Turner Lasseter, 18, Colquitt County High School, Moultrie, Georgia

EV054: Oil Absorbency of Natural Fibers. Rebecca Suzanne Allen, 18, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

ZO031: Effect of Potassium on Zebra Mussel Substrate Adhesion. Mark Edward Jackson, 16, Sheridan High School, Sheridan, Arkansas

Areas of interest include: Intelligent Waterway Systems - technologies and techniques for ensuring cost effective navigation safety; Energy Management Technologies - energy alternatives offering reduced maintenance cost by reduction of ware on moving parts; Human Error Reduction - research into the mechanisms that contribute to crew fatigue and additional factors that may lead to human error; Oil Spill Response - innovative concepts to improve recovery rates; Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) - Innovative way of preventing rampant propagation of ANS.

U.S. Navy & Marine Corps

Scholarships in the amount of $8,000

BE004: Mighty Mouse: Effects of Exercise on Memory Retention. Lacey Ann Millet, 18, Lutcher High School, Lutcher, Louisiana

BI008: Cysteine Reactivity in Stored and Fresh Rat Muscle Fibers. Laura Elizabeth Egerdal, 17, Breck School, Minneapolis, Minnesota

BO015: Phase III: Crossbreeding Alfalfa with SAG12 Gene. Scott Thomas Schuh, 18, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota

CH015: Role of Electrostatics on the Dynamics of Ionic Oligomers through Random Media. Jayanta Fowler Mohanty, 18, Cumberland High School, Cumberland, Rhode Island

CS030: Optimization of Biological Imaging Systems. Jeremiah Marton Rothschild, 18, White Station High School, Memphis, Tennessee

EA002: Classical Novae Classification Expansion. Noah L. McBurnett, 16, Stranahan High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

EN006: The Sign Translator. Ryan Randall Patterson, 17, Central High School, Grand Junction, Colorado

EV025: Study of Competition between Native and Non-Native Oysters. Katherine Frances Holt, 17, Bruton High School, Williamsburg, Virginia

GN004: Stress and Age on APE Neuro-protein Correlated Base Excision DNA Repair. Korri Ayn Thiessen, 15, Oregon Episcopal School, Portland, Oregon

MA028: Application of Differential Evolution to the Solution of Differential Equations. Hasuk Francis Song, 17, La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

ME061: Identification of the Functional Domain of a Mammalian Gene that Controls Aneuploidy and Cancer. Suvarna K. Murti, 16, Lausanne Collegiate School, Memphis, Tennessee

MI023: Aluminum Enhancement by a Recently Discovered Thermoacidophile, Phase III: Study of Siderophore Production. Terri Katherine Myers, 18, Northwestern High School, Kokomo, Indiana

PH018: Conductance Quantization in Au Nanocontacts. Mariangela Lisanti, 17, Staples High School, Westport, Connecticut

ZO049: Avoidance Behavior or Feeding Behavior? Phase II. Geneya Cox, 18, Pine View High School, Saint George, Utah

Scholarships are payable at $2,000 a year for four years. Recipients also receive a certificate signed by the Chief of Naval Research and the Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command and a pewter replica of the Lone Sailor Sculpture from the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C.

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
For the student project that demonstrates a superior understanding of both the theoretical and applied aspects of a problem.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

MA040: An Analysis of Elliptical Coordinate Systems. Jennifer Shyamala Sayaka Balakrishnan, 16, Harvest Christian Academy, Barrigada, Guam

Candidates must meet the admission and scholarship requirements of the University. The Student is excepted to enroll in, and complete a course of study, at Cal Poly Pomona leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in a specific discipline of science and engineering. The eligible disciplines of study include: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Engineering (all disciplines), Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics and Zoology.

California State University, Bakersfield
For study leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in specific disciplines of science and engineering.

Scholarships of $5,000 per year for four years

BO011: Growth of Micropropagated Papaya with or without Sucrose. Marlon Lopez Gomez, 18, James Campbell High School, Ewa Beach, Hawaii

PH047: Contrast in Radiography. Deborah S. Dossick, 16, Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School, Santa Cruz, California

Recipients must meet the admissions and scholarship requirements of the University.

California State University, Dominguez Hills
For study leading to Bachelor of Science degree in specific disciplines of science.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for up to four years

BE001: Facial Expression Recognition Develops Progressively with Age. Julie June Bucy, 18, The Altamont School, Birmingham, Alabama

Recipient must complete 12 units each semester and maintain his/her cumulative GPA according to scholarship requirements.

California State University, Fresno

Scholarships in the amount of $5,000 per year for four years

BO022: Phosphorus Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation in Cercocarpus montanus: Implications for Ponderosa Forest Management. Kirsten Ann Grimm, 16, Prescott High School, Prescott, Arizona

ZO062: Effects of Chromium on Planaria. Christine Mae Concho, 16, Barstow High School, Barstow, California

California State University, Hayward

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years, California State University, Los Angeles
Presidents Scholar Award for full time study for up to four years consistent with the eligibility and renewal criteria of the Presidents Scholars Program.

Scholarship of $5,000 for up to four years

EN090: Coefficient of Lift of an Airfoil at Different Angles of Attack. Michael Kollin Smith, 17, Palo Alto Senior High School, Palo Alto, California

California State University, Northridge
Students receiving this award are named as Presidential Scholars. The Presidential Scholars participate in a special program designed for the top 1% of incoming freshman students.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

EN019: Autonomous Robot: Modeling the Behavior of a Falling Dog. Elizabeth Baker Wood, 17, Laurel School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

Students selected for this award are encourages to participate in undergraduate research activities. Students will be matched with faculty members with common interest for research and mentoring.

California State University, Sacramento
For study leading to the degree of bachelor of science in specific disciplines of engineering.

Scholarships of $5,000 per year for four years

PH048: Inductance of an Air-wound Coil. Ross M. Audet, 16, Palo Alto Senior High School, Palo Alto, California

Scholarships are for students majoring in computer engineering, computer science, or electrical and electronic engineering. All recipients must meet the admission requirements of the university.

California State University, San Bernardino
For study leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in specific disciplines of science and engineering.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

BI057: Hala and HELA: Inhibitory Effects of the Pandanus odoratissimus on the Growth of Human Cervical Cells. Kiani A.J. Arkus, 15, Kamehameha Secondary School, Honolulu, Hawaii

Recipients must meet the admissions and scholarship requirements of the university.

California State University, Stanislaus
For study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

CH044: Echinacea: A Natural Antibiotic?. Dianna Blair Spence, 17, Plano Senior High School, Plano, Texas

Recipients must meet the admission and scholarship requirements of the university.

Cornell University
For study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in specific disciplines in engineering.

Research Award of $5,000 per year for four years

EN019: Autonomous Robot: Modeling the Behavior of a Falling Dog. Elizabeth Baker Wood, 17, Laurel School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

EN306: A Comparison of Three Modes of Applied Flow Visualization. John Patrick Bennett, 15, Manhasset Junior-Senior High School, Manhasset, New York; Paul Vincent Calluzzo, 17, Manhasset Junior-Senior High School, Manhasset, New York

EN321: Ice-Crawler: The Rescue Robot for Snow, Ice, and Glaciers. Hanna Hult Craig, 17, East Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska; Heather Hult Craig, 17, East Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska

All applicants must meet the admissions and scholarship/financial aid requirements of the university. Students winning these awards will be designated as "Applied Materials Research Scholars" and will participate in research throughout their four years of undergraduate education.

Drexel University - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
For projects in the categories of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Medicine and Health and Physics.

Full-tuition scholarships

BE024: Age & Innovations. Alan L. Ou, 17, Clearlake High School, Houston, Texas

BI065: Measles Virus Nucleocapsid Gene Enhances 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin-D3 Sensitivity of Osteoclast Precursors in Paget's Disease. Debra Ting Hsiung, 16, Northside Health Careers High School, San Antonio, Texas

CH044: Echinacea: A Natural Antibiotic?. Dianna Blair Spence, 17, Plano Senior High School, Plano, Texas

CS021: Pedal Mouse. Qicheng Ma, 16, Shenzhen Experimental School, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

EN006: The Sign Translator. Ryan Randall Patterson, 17, Central High School, Grand Junction, Colorado

EV037: Study of the Riparian Ecosystem along the Rio Grande Bosque. Nathan Thomas Tooker, 17, Los Lunas High School, Los Lunas, New Mexico

MA028: Application of Differential Evolution to the Solution of Differential Equations. Hasuk Francis Song, 17, La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

ME074: Development of a Novel Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. Tevis Alden Howard, 17, Menlo School, Atherton, California

Scholarships are renewable for up to 5 years pending maintenance of a 3.0 GPA and full-time status. Each scholarship is valued at $73,625. Winners of these scholarships will be given preferential consideration during the application process.

Indiana University
Partial tuition scholarships in the following categories: Behavioral and Social Sciences, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Earth and Space Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Medicine and Health, Microbiology, Physics, and Zoology.

Tuition scholarships of $3,000

BE009: Effects of Cellular Technology Use on the Operators of Motor Vehicles. Jessica Alexandria Moses, 16, Montclair-Kimberley Academy, Montclair, New Jersey

BI047: Boronic Acid Inhibitors Displace the Hydrolytic Water Molecule in the Active Site of BETA-Lactamases. Debarshi Mustafi, 16, Kenwood Academy, Chicago, Illinois

BO051: Effects of Canadian Wild Thistles on Tomato Plants. Brandon Royce Hood, 15, Noblesville High School, Noblesville, Indiana

CS026: Greedy Random: A Novel Algorithm for Vehicle Routing Optimization. Dominik Roman Rabiej, 17, Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan

EA027: The Optical Divide. Sabrina Curie Snell, 15, School Without Walls, Washington, District of Columbia

EN022: Design and Construction of an Automated Device to Measure Piano Action Characteristics: Phase II. Richard Douglas Condit, 16, Bethel Academy Home School, Lake Charles, Louisiana

EV030: Implication of Phosphate Supplementation on a Typical Food Chain. Christine Elizabeth Thompson, 15, Northwestern High School, Kokomo, Indiana

MA008: On the Hamiltonian Decompositions of Zm x Zn. Jason Wah Lone Chiu, 15, Laramie Senior High School, Laramie, Wyoming

ME043: Can A More Compact Spacer be Created for Use with Aerosol Inhalers?. Julie Elizabeth Banasiak, 15, Bartlesville High School, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

MI048: Making a Deadlier Pathogen: Biofilms. Sana Sultana Gafoor, 16, Lincoln Park High School, Chicago, Illinois

PH024: Implications of the Kapitsa Pendulum. Karima Robert Nigmatulina, 17, Albany Academy for Girls, Albany, New York

ZO039: Effect of Supplements on the Virility of Male Butterflies. Rachel Lauren Rosenberg, 16, Hilton Head High School, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Tuition scholarships of $2,000

BE024: Age & Innovations. Alan L. Ou, 17, Clearlake High School, Houston, Texas

BI033: Modulating Apoptosis in Type-1 Diabetes by Lipid Metabolites. Swati Mylavarapu, 17, Eastside High School, Gainesville, Florida

BO046: Borer Terminator: Phase II. Nichole Lynn Schneider, 16, Stuart-Menlo High School, Stuart, Iowa

CH009: Synthesis of User and Eco-Friendly Hypervalent Iodine Reagents. Arun P Thottumkara, 14, Macomb High School, Macomb, Illinois

CS015: New Polynomial Diet (Lose Pixels, Look Better!): Legendre Polynomials-based Alternative to JPEG. Brian Andrew Camley, 15, William J. Palmer High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado

EA008: Experimental Methods for Selection of Photometric Comparison Stars. Susannah Cathleen Lazar, 16, Home School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

EN048: Effects of Fiber Additives on the Compressive Strength of Concrete: Second Year Study. Sarah Elizabeth Gutman, 14, Mount De Chantal Academy, Wheeling, West Virginia

EV101: Limnological Study of Lake Water Pollution and Restoration. Landon Lowell Bladow, 18, Hankinson Public School, Hankinson, North Dakota

MA030: Soap Hyperfilms. Craig Allen Schroeder, 18, Wessington Springs High School, Wessington Springs, South Dakota

ME070: Effects of Tylenol, Aspirin, and Ibuprofen on Prostate Cancer Cells. John Paul Andrews, 15, McLean High School, McLean, Virginia

MI023: Aluminum Enhancement by a Recently Discovered Thermoacidophile, Phase III: Study of Siderophore Production. Terri Katherine Myers, 18, Northwestern High School, Kokomo, Indiana

PH003: Antimatter Storage in a Betatron-based Magnetic Bottle. William Charles Young, 18, Fort Myers High School, Fort Myers, Florida

ZO034: How Do Neurotransmitters Affect the Aggressive Behavior of Macrobrachium rosenbergii. Francisco E. Castillo, 15, Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Lehigh University
For students who excel academically and who have demonstrated leadership skills.

Scholarships of $10,000 a year for four years

CH023: Effects of Varying the Composition of Catalysts Used to Produce Carbon Nanotubes. Brian Ruby, 17, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

CH044: Echinacea: A Natural Antibiotic?. Dianna Blair Spence, 17, Plano Senior High School, Plano, Texas

EA010: Where Have All the Beaches Gone?. Thomas William Sweeney, 16, McCorristin Catholic High School, Hamilton, New Jersey

EN019: Autonomous Robot: Modeling the Behavior of a Falling Dog. Elizabeth Baker Wood, 17, Laurel School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

EN022: Design and Construction of an Automated Device to Measure Piano Action Characteristics: Phase II. Richard Douglas Condit, 16, Bethel Academy Home School, Lake Charles, Louisiana

EN027: Compressing Speech into a Low-bitrate Format. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 17, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

ME051: Comparative Effect of Black Walnut Extract (Juglans nigra L.) on Human Breast and Cervical Cancer Cell Lines. John Bennett Ball Korman, 17, Riverside High School, Greer, South Carolina

PH024: Implications of the Kapitsa Pendulum. Karima Robert Nigmatulina, 17, Albany Academy for Girls, Albany, New York

In addition to the financial aid, Dean's Scholars take part in special trips, social events, and educational opportunities. Students must apply and be accepted to Lehigh University to qualify for this merit scholarship.

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Tuition scholarships

EA014: Laboratory Simulation of the Downburst in Supercell Thunderstorms. Ashley Elizabeth Tidwell, 17, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

EA017: Stability of a Small Planet's Orbit in the Habitable Zone of a Three-Body System. Adam G. Ginsburg, 15, Cherry Creek High School, Englewood, Colorado

Each scholarship will cover full tuition, fees, room and board each year, renewable for four years for a total value up to $47,000.

Northeastern University

Tuition Scholarship of $5,000 per year for five years

PH024: Implications of the Kapitsa Pendulum. Karima Robert Nigmatulina, 17, Albany Academy for Girls, Albany, New York

PH032: Atmospheric Gas Detection by Non-dispersive Infrared Analysis of Solar Radiation. Nicole Anne Oertli, 17, Murphy High School, Mobile, Alabama

Polytechnic University
Scholarships are awarded in each of the following categories: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Mathematics and Physics.

Partial tuition scholarships

CH014: Quantitative Spectroscopic Analysis of Sulfur-Oxy Anions Using Ellman's Reagent. Cameron Sadegh, 16, Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Hackensack, New Jersey

CS055: The Effects of Population Size on Evolution Time of a Genetic Program. Grant Andrew Elliot, 16, Suncoast High School, Riviera Beach, Florida

EN026: "Tire"D of Cracking Up?. Rachelle Nicole Rafes, 15, Northwest High School, Justin, Texas

EV021: Fresh Water Mussel Growth Dynamics Resulting from Reattachment of Zebra Mussels. Noelle Joan Oas, 16, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota

MA040: An Analysis of Elliptical Coordinate Systems. Jennifer Shyamala Sayaka Balakrishnan, 16, Harvest Christian Academy, Barrigada, Guam

PH045: Effect of Varying Electric and Magnetic Field Strengths on the Flow Rate of Saline Water in a Magnetohydrodynamic Setup. Thomas Hall Ruscher, 15, Roanoke Valley Governors School for Science and Technology, Roanoke, Virginia

Six partial tuition scholarships valued at 10,500 over four years are available at Polytechnic for each year of full-time study and for students who are qualified to attend Poltechnic Institute

San Diego State University

Full four-year scholarship

BO022: Phosphorus Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation in Cercocarpus montanus: Implications for Ponderosa Forest Management. Kirsten Ann Grimm, 16, Prescott High School, Prescott, Arizona

The scholarship (estimated four-year value of $20,000) will be renewable for up to four years pending maintenance of a 3.0 GPA and will be awarded to a student who has been admitted to any SDSU's bachelor-degree programs in its Colleges of Science or Engineering.

San Jose State University-College of Science and College of Engineering
In collaboration with Silicon Valley companies the colleges offer scholarships for study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in specified disciplines of science and engineering.

Scholarships of at least $8,000 per year for four years

CH023: Effects of Varying the Composition of Catalysts Used to Produce Carbon Nanotubes. Brian Ruby, 17, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

CH032: Improvement in the Oxidation Resistance of Tantalum Diboride. Rachel Elizabeth Maire, 16, Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, Maryland

CH302: Sol-Gel Synthesis of Yttrium Iron Garnet Magnets. Michael Takbun Ng, 16, Midwood High School at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York; Patrick Li, 16, Midwood High School at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

EN002: Acoustical Engineering of the Oboe Resonator with Computer Spectral Analysis. Bryce Leitner Roberts, 17, Mountain Brook High School, Mountain Brook, Alabama

EN006: The Sign Translator. Ryan Randall Patterson, 17, Central High School, Grand Junction, Colorado

EN015: Effect of Different Landing Device Designs That Enhance Drag Resistance on the Total Amount of Time Required for an Object to Fall. Erin Elizabeth Underwood, 16, James Wood High School, Winchester, Virginia

EN019: Autonomous Robot: Modeling the Behavior of a Falling Dog. Elizabeth Baker Wood, 17, Laurel School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

EN027: Compressing Speech into a Low-bitrate Format. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 17, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

EN033: A Synthetic Slithering Serpent. Seth Russell Heltsley, 17, Tullahoma High School, Tullahoma, Tennessee

EN034: CRP - Cement and Recyclable Plastics. Justin D. Greiner, 17, Keota High School, Keota, Iowa

EN038: NEOSOL: The Re-engineered Solar Powered Car for You. Elliot A. Ortiz, 16, Colegio San Jose, San Juan, Puerto Rico

EN054: An Energy Saving Computer-controlled Shower. Paul Alexander Treib, 17, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

EN071: Can Acoustical Methods Be Used to Detect and Characterize Corrosion? Phase II. George Hwang, 16, Carman-Ainsworth High School, Flint, Michigan

EN085: A Safer Ride: Controlling the Force of Airbags. Sarah Marie Gibson, 16, Saint Mary's High School, Phoenix, Arizona

EN306: A Comparison of Three Modes of Applied Flow Visualization. John Patrick Bennett, 15, Manhasset Junior-Senior High School, Manhasset, New York; Paul Vincent Calluzzo, 17, Manhasset Junior-Senior High School, Manhasset, New York

EN321: Ice-Crawler: The Rescue Robot for Snow, Ice, and Glaciers. Hanna Hult Craig, 17, East Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska; Heather Hult Craig, 17, East Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska

EV020: Environmental Behavior of Methyl tert-Butyl Ether. Tanner M. Callender, 17, Wamego High School, Wamego, Kansas

EV049: Could Antacids be a Cure for Acid Rain?. Lindsey Marie Featherston, 17, White Pine County High School, Ely, Nevada

PH010: Electro-optic Effect & Bandwidth Limit of a LiNbO3 Modulator. Erin Kathleen Riley, 17, Palm Bay High School, Melbourne, Florida

ZO062: Effects of Chromium on Planaria. Christine Mae Concho, 16, Barstow High School, Barstow, California

Students must meet the University admission, matriculation and GPA requirements.

Santa Clara University

Scholarship of $12,500 per year for four years

EN085: A Safer Ride: Controlling the Force of Airbags. Sarah Marie Gibson, 16, Saint Mary's High School, Phoenix, Arizona

Recipient must apply to and be admitted to Santa Clara University. Scholarship may only be used at Santa Clara University. It is renewable for up to four years, or until the recipient graduates, whichever event occurs first.

Solectron / California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
For study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Engineering, California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.

Solectron, 4-year scholarships, $8,333 per year

EN069: Digital Flash Modulation for Data Transmission. Ryan Joseph Bienvenu, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

EN090: Coefficient of Lift of an Airfoil at Different Angles of Attack. Michael Kollin Smith, 17, Palo Alto Senior High School, Palo Alto, California

PH047: Contrast in Radiography. Deborah S. Dossick, 16, Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School, Santa Cruz, California

Recipients must meet the admission requirements of the University.

Sonoma State University
For study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, computer science, biology or physics.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

CH037: Are Natural or Commercial Shampoos Better?. Daniel Solomon Tofiga, 15, Samoana High School, Utulei, American Samoa

Recipients must meet admissions and scholarship requirements.

University of California System
Four-year undergraduate scholarships in the amount of $5,000 per year for four years at each of the schools listed.

University California - Berkeley

CH018: Comparison of Sulfonated Biomasses to an Acidic Ion-Exchange Resin for the Removal of Toxic Metal Cations from an Environmental Water Sample. Tyler Shawn Ellis, 18, Stevens High School, Rapid City, South Dakota

MA028: Application of Differential Evolution to the Solution of Differential Equations. Hasuk Francis Song, 17, La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

University of California - Davis

BI314: Effect of Orifice Length in Hydrodynamic Point-sink DNA Shearing. Shoshana Ruth Osofsky, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California; Julia D. Barmeier, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California

University of California - Irvine

ZO062: Effects of Chromium on Planaria. Christine Mae Concho, 16, Barstow High School, Barstow, California

University of California - Los Angeles

ME068: Brain MRI Volume and Spectra in Children Exposed in utero to Cocaine. Amruta Vijay Kulkarny, 16, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates, California

University of California - Riverside

BO052: Persistence of Xanthamonas in an Ebb/Flow Irrigation System. Benjamin George Fohner, 17, Bellarmine College Preparatory School, San Jose, California

University of California - San Diego

EN090: Coefficient of Lift of an Airfoil at Different Angles of Attack. Michael Kollin Smith, 17, Palo Alto Senior High School, Palo Alto, California

University of California - Santa Barbara

BI314: Effect of Orifice Length in Hydrodynamic Point-sink DNA Shearing. Shoshana Ruth Osofsky, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California; Julia D. Barmeier, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California

ME074: Development of a Novel Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. Tevis Alden Howard, 17, Menlo School, Atherton, California

University of California - Santa Cruz

ME075: Effects of Methylphenidate on Cardiac Smooth Muscle Cells. Justin Michael Lerman, 16, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California

Preference is given to California high school juniors and sophomores. All applicants must meet the admission and scholarship requirements of the individual campus.

University of Missouri-Rolla

Full tuition scholarship

EN044: Glass IV: Toward a Standard. Amanda Jeanne Busby, 18, Kennett High School, Kennett, Missouri

Scholarship of $2,000 from Geology Department

EA025: Comparison of Slope Failure Among Climate Regions. Megan E. Fuller, 16, Bountiful High School, Bountiful, Utah

Scholarship of $1,500 from Metallurgical Engineering Department

EN009: Are Shape Memory Alloys Efficient in the Use of Artificial Limb Motion?. Wesley Inman Lewis, 17, Newberry Junior Senior High School, Newberry, Florida

EN028: Influence of an Aqueous Environment on the Solidification Behavior of Underwater Wet Welds. Jessica Dawn Caver, 16, Woodlin High School, Woodrow, Colorado

Scholarship of $1,500 from Chemistry Department

CH026: Fire Prevention: Study of Polyacrylate Polymers. Kendra LeeAnn Riddle, 17, Sikeston High School, Sikeston, Missouri

Scholarship of $1,000 from Ceramics Engineering Department

Scholarship of $750 from Computer Science Department

CS020: Computerized Pattern Recognition for Fingerprint Identification. James David Rollason, 17, Isabel High School, Isabel, South Dakota

Scholarship of $1000 from Physics Department

PH045: Effect of Varying Electric and Magnetic Field Strengths on the Flow Rate of Saline Water in a Magnetohydrodynamic Setup. Thomas Hall Ruscher, 15, Roanoke Valley Governors School for Science and Technology, Roanoke, Virginia

Scholarships are renewable for up to four years with maintenance of a 3. 25 grade point average and full-time status.

University of Southern California - School of Engineering
For students pursuing undergraduate degrees in engineering or computer science.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

EN015: Effect of Different Landing Device Designs That Enhance Drag Resistance on the Total Amount of Time Required for an Object to Fall. Erin Elizabeth Underwood, 16, James Wood High School, Winchester, Virginia

EN071: Can Acoustical Methods Be Used to Detect and Characterize Corrosion? Phase II. George Hwang, 16, Carman-Ainsworth High School, Flint, Michigan

All applicants must meet the admission and scholarship requirements of the university.

University of the Pacific
For study leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in specific disciplines of engineering.

Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years

EN054: An Energy Saving Computer-controlled Shower. Paul Alexander Treib, 17, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

Recipients must meet the admissions requirements of the university.

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Scholarships to students from the following categories: Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Medicine & Health, Microbiology or Zoology.

Scholarships of $8,000 per year for four years

BI022: Effects of Huperzine-A on GABA Induced Neurotoxicity in Primary Neurons. Felipe Carlos Velasquez, 17, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia

ME085: Anti-cancer Efficacy of Garlic: Cellular and Genetic Mediators. Ahmed Shaker Mousa, 17, Avon Grove High School, West Grove, Pennsylvania

Scholarships will go into effect upon the recipient's admission to any one of the Bachelor of Science degree programs offered, and are renewable for up to four years provided the recipient maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0

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