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2002 Intel ISEF Government & Industry Awards

Intel ISEF

U.S. Air Force

First Awards of $3,000

BE001: Media Mayhem: Effects of Television Violence on Children. Natalie Rose Mergler, 17, Chaminade-Julienne High School, Dayton, Ohio

BI030: Establishing Evolutionary Relationships of Oklahoma Native Americans Through Mitochondrial DNA Analysis. Charles A. Jantzen, 17, Latta High School, Ada, Oklahoma

BO037: Bactericidal Activity in vitro of Chihuahuan Desert Plants and a Synergistic Approach to Overcoming Broad-Spectrum Antibiotic Resistance. Kevin Kuan Gao, 17, John Connally High School, Austin, Texas

CH027: Energy Transfer in the A2SIGMA+ Excited State of the Hydroxyl Radical. Brandi Michelle Cossairt, 17, Mast Academy, Key Biscayne, Florida

CS013: A. I. Vision: 3-D Stereoscopic Environment Reconstruction. Robert Earl Eunice, 17, Houston County High School, Warner Robins, Georgia

EA025: Evolution in Motion: Orbital Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms. Ulyana N. Horodyskyj, 16, Padua Franciscan High School, Parma, Ohio

EN079: Building an Autonomous Search and Rescue Robot. Ryan M Wistort, 18, Peninsula High School, Gig Harbor, Washington

EV102: The Effect of Time of Exposure and Concentration of CCA Preservative on the Amount of Arsenic Absorbed into Chicken Skin from Pressure-treated Lumber. Katherine Douglas Van Schaik, 15,

GN010: A New Fluorometric Method of Measuring Fibrillar Amyloid Beta-Protein in Alzheimer's Disease. Neha Chauhan, 15, Susan E. Wagner High School, Staten Island, New York

MA030: Winter Wonderland: A Mathematical Analysis of Snowflakes. Amanda Bryce Shaw, 16, Seton School, Manassas, Virginia

ME059: A Novel Method for Identifying and Isolating Human Skin Stem Cells Utilizing MXR-Pump Detection. Zachary Daniel Wissner-Gross, 17, Great Neck South High School, Great Neck, New York

MI060: Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus: Investigating the Role of Heparin Binding in Retroviral Infection and Investigation of a Potential Anti-viral Therapy Target. Maria Elena De Obaldia, 15, Moorestown High School, Moorestown, New Jersey

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

ZO016: Effect of RFR on the Water Maze Performance of Mice. Matthew Conrad Morrow, 18, Dekalb High School, Waterloo, Indiana

Second Awards of $1,500

BE049: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The Timing of Guidance in Visual Search. Nina Vasan, 18, Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg, West Virginia

BI021: Etiology and Prevention of Cataracts in Diabetic Patients. Aman Kumar Jain, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

BO018: Mathematical Analysis of 'Sudden Oak Death' Epidemiology. Raygen McKenzie Yantis, 18, Gold Beach High School, Gold Beach, Oregon

CH038: Creation of a High-performance Polymer Blend. Edmund Francis Palermo, 17, Bay Shore High School, Bay Shore, New York

CS054: An Improved Algorithm for Meshing Large and Complex Terrains. Scott Andrew Bender, 16, Spring Valley High School, Columbia, South Carolina

EA018: Investigating the Role of the Dynamic Pipe Effect in Tornadogenesis. Ashley Elizabeth Tidwell, 18, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

EN090: Aerodynamic Advantages of the Seagull Wing. Sean T. Conroy, 17, Pennsylvania Home Schoolers, Kittanning, Pennsylvania

EV092: Degradation of Glycerol in HySee 100%. Kyle Anthony Marsland, 17, Hamilton High School, Chandler, Arizona

GN009: Effects of Omega-3 Fish Oil on Cholesterol and Triglyceride Levels. Natalie Anne Malek, 18, Navasota High School, Navasota, Texas

MA028: Barcodes: Reading Between the Lines. Krystle Jo Stockmaster, 17, Wynford High School, Bucyrus, Ohio

ME053: Cardiovascular Stents with Shape Memory Alloys. Mark Mohan Mazumder, 17, Little Rock Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas

MI036: Remediation of Berkeley Pit Water Using Genetically Modified Extremophilic Yeast: Phase III. Alexandra Hope Antonioli, 17, Butte High School, Butte, Montana

PH026: Study of Atmospheric Turbulent Cells Using Stellar Aberration. Kyle Brady Winkleman, 14, H. Louis Scott Junior High School, Winchester, Tennessee

ZO057: Effect of Electromagnetic Fields on the Movement of Artemia. Aaron Joseph Brown, 15, Cass Technical High School, Detroit, Michigan

Team Award of $1,500 for each member

ME303: Medicinal Properties of Sambucus canadensis and Achillea millefolium. Jesse Donald Ranney, 15, Catholic High School, New Iberia, Louisiana; Kathryn Theresa Breaux, 16, Catholic High School, New Iberia, Louisiana

Team Award of $1,000 for each member

EV302: Phytoremediation of Crude Oil Contaminated Soil Using Populus deltoides X Populus nigra: Phase IV. Nicholas Ronald Mattila, 17, Lincoln Senior High School, Thief River Falls, Minnesota; Matthew Thomas Dimich, 18, Lincoln Senior High School, Thief River Falls, Minnesota

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. Army

Award of $3000 in savings bonds, a Certificate of Achievement and a gold medallion.

BE004: Catching Liars: An Innovative Study in Infrared Lie Detection. John Scott Newman, 16, Yorktown High School, Arlington, Virginia

BI015: Immune Response Initiation in Port-Orford-Cedar to Inhibit Phytophthora lateralis Infection. Nicole Renee Blalock, 17, Gold Beach High School, Gold Beach, Oregon

BO061: Flammability of the Needles and Scales of Seven Species of Western Montana Conifers. Josh Michael Schwartzman, 18, Big Sky High School, Missoula, Montana

CH053: Biocatalytic Composite Electrodes for Biofuel Cell Applications. Daniel Clayton Appel, 15, Eldorado High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico

CS017: Ceebler: An HTTP Proxy for Secure, Fine-grained Access Control of Cookies. Joshua Michael Hailpern, 18, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

EA025: Evolution in Motion: Orbital Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms. Ulyana N. Horodyskyj, 16, Padua Franciscan High School, Parma, Ohio

EN011: CEDRS (Cost Effective Digital Radiography System). Christopher Bligh Komanski, 17, Lake Highland Preparatory School, Orlando, Florida

EV093: Macro-invertebrate Diversity in Stream Bionetworks. Rebecca Jennifer Miriam Krystosek, 17, Bagley Junior-Senior High School, Bagley, Minnesota

GN010: A New Fluorometric Method of Measuring Fibrillar Amyloid Beta-Protein in Alzheimer's Disease. Neha Chauhan, 15, Susan E. Wagner High School, Staten Island, New York

MA035: Mathematical Correlation of Sound and Light Waves. Siir Sirinyasam Kilkis, 17, Greenwood Laboratory School, Springfield, Missouri

MA302: Profinite Fibonacci Numbers. Davy Kim, 16, Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Hackensack, New Jersey; Eve Drucker, 17, Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Hackensack, New Jersey

ME040: Anticancer Properties of Turmeric Against Pediatric Leukemia. Reshma Ramachandran, 14, Coral Reef Senior High School, Miami, Florida

MI061: Crosstalk Between Maternal and Neonatal Immune Response. Jyothi Satish Chandra, 17, Central High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

PH012: Model Membrane Biophysics: An Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Synaptic Vesicle Fusion. Vinita Marie Alexander, 17, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

ZO059: Soy Silage. Christopher John Nelson, 18, West Central Valley High School, Stuart, Iowa

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

CS010: Pattern Detection in Quasi-periodic Waveforms: Application to Speech Compression. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 18, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

Alternate to attend the London International Youth Science Forum

PH012: Model Membrane Biophysics: An Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Synaptic Vesicle Fusion. Vinita Marie Alexander, 17, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

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

EV015: Functional Tolerance and Accumulation of Lead: A Novel Approach to Understanding and Improving Uptake. Marc Anthony Burrell, 18, Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin

ME082: Why Are Sharks Resistant to Cancer? The Unique Core Structure of the Shark P53 Gene. Jeanna Qingyang Liu, 17, Century High School, Rochester, Minnesota

Alternate for the Operation Cherry Blossom trip to Toyko, Japan

MI061: Crosstalk Between Maternal and Neonatal Immune Response. Jyothi Satish Chandra, 17, Central High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

U.S. Navy & Marine Corps

Scholarship in the amount of $8,000

BE001: Media Mayhem: Effects of Television Violence on Children. Natalie Rose Mergler, 17, Chaminade-Julienne High School, Dayton, Ohio

BI021: Etiology and Prevention of Cataracts in Diabetic Patients. Aman Kumar Jain, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

BO064: The Maize Plant: Genetic Influence on the Stem Vascular Development and Its Aerodynamic Responses. Wayne Yuen Cheng, 17, Williamsville High School East, East Amherst, New York

CH027: Energy Transfer in the A2SIGMA+ Excited State of the Hydroxyl Radical. Brandi Michelle Cossairt, 17, Mast Academy, Key Biscayne, Florida

CS010: Pattern Detection in Quasi-periodic Waveforms: Application to Speech Compression. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 18, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

EA038: Tessera Rings on Venus: The Unrecognized Remnants of Crustal Plateaus. Carolyn Morgan Tewksbury, 16, Clinton Senior High School, Clinton, New York

EN039: Design and Fabrication of a Peristaltic Micropump. Mark William Knight, 18, Catlin Gabel School The, Portland, Oregon

EV068: Influence of Organic Nitrogen Species on Aureococcus anophagefferens and Competing Phytoplankton. Kristen Ann Goodrich, 17, West Islip High School, West Islip, New York

GN013: Relationship Between Metabolic Rate and Lifespan. Emily Patricia Norwood, 17, Keystone School, San Antonio, Texas

MA009: Nullhomotopic Knots in Real Projective Space. Nikita Rozenblyum, 18, Stuyvesant High School, New York, New York

ME066: Regulation of Tumor Angiogenesis and Apoptosis via Suppression of the Translation Initiation Factor eIF4E in Prostate Cancer. Rebecca Anne McGaha, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

MI036: Remediation of Berkeley Pit Water Using Genetically Modified Extremophilic Yeast: Phase III. Alexandra Hope Antonioli, 17, Butte High School, Butte, Montana

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

ZO016: Effect of RFR on the Water Maze Performance of Mice. Matthew Conrad Morrow, 18, Dekalb High School, Waterloo, Indiana

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 Vice Chief of Naval Research, and a U.S. Navy memento.

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

First Award of $5,000 and plaque

EV004: Utilization of Electromagnetic Fields as a Nontoxic Antifoulant. Elizabeth Van Cortlandt Varela, 16, West Potomac High School, Alexandria, Virginia

Second Award of $3,000 and plaque

CS014: Automatic Packet Reporting System: Building a Large Scale Geospatial Database. James J Jefferson, 17, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota

Third Award of $1,000 and plaque

EN089: Tough Tanks. Brent W. Tyler, 16, Hilton Head Preparatory School, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Fourth Award of $500 and plaque

BE040: Retention of Information as a Function of Presentation Media. Caleb Tyrell Gallemore, 17, Seneca High School, Seneca, Missouri

Honorable Mention Award of $100

CH303: Salinity, Buoyancy and Drag. Nicole Marie Parsels, 17, Oak Grove High School, San Jose, California; Keiko Marianne Imazumi, 17, Oak Grove High School, San Jose, California

EN034: Effects of Water Saturation on Tensile Strength of Wood. Lea Ashleigh Ruppert, 14, Francis Howell High School, Saint Charles, Missouri

EN096: The Design of a Localized Positioning System. Brian Todd VanOsdol, 18, Glendale High School, Springfield, Missouri

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

EV023: Effect of Capsaicin vs. Potassium and Silicon on Zebra Mussel Substrate Adhesion. Mark Edward Jackson, 17, Sheridan High School, Sheridan, Arkansas

Second Award of $3,000

EV085: Oil Spills...."Hair" Today, Gone Tomorrow: A New Design Technology and Application for Oil Spill Clean-ups. Shannon Elizabeth Ward, 15, Childersburg High School, Childersburg, Alabama

Third Award of $1,000

BE030: Effects of Sleep-deprivation on Short-term Cognitive Capacity. Brent Michael Foster, 17, Red Mountain High School, Mesa, Arizona

Fourth Award $500

EN014: Investigating Various Factors in Both a Liquid-electrolyte and Polymer-electrolyte Membrane Direct-methanol Fuel Cell to Maximize Total Power Output. Douglas George Lavanture, 15, John Adams High School, South Bend, Indiana

Honorable Mention of $100

BE049: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The Timing of Guidance in Visual Search. Nina Vasan, 18, Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg, West Virginia

CH020: Effect of Controlling Hydrogen on the Power Output of Fuel Cells. Whitney Elan Colella, 15, Francis Howell High School, Saint Charles, Missouri

CH040: Utilizing Room Temperature Ionic Liquids as the Electrolyte in an Electrochemical Cell. Kunil Kaushik Raval, 16, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

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 wear 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.

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

BO027: Brassica Biofumigation: Screening of Glucosinolate Containing Plants for Anticarcinogenic Activity, Phase III. Heather Nicole Hannahan, 17, Clarkrange High School, Clarkrange, Tennessee

CH021: Nanoconstruction with Self-assembling DNA-PNA Complexes. Alexander C. Mittal, 17, Greenwich High School, Greenwich, Connecticut

CH027: Energy Transfer in the A2SIGMA+ Excited State of the Hydroxyl Radical. Brandi Michelle Cossairt, 17, Mast Academy, Key Biscayne, Florida

CS019: Collision Determination and Response in the Third Dimension. Arya Mohammad Iranmanesh, 16, Roanoke Valley Governors School for Science and Technology, Roanoke, Virginia

CS029: Breaking the Crypt. Jake Daniel Hertenstein, 17, De Soto High School, De Soto, Missouri

CS048: A Novel Calculus-based Cipher. John Michael Tuley, 17, Penn-Trafford High School, Harrison City, Pennsylvania

EA025: Evolution in Motion: Orbital Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms. Ulyana N. Horodyskyj, 16, Padua Franciscan High School, Parma, Ohio

EA038: Tessera Rings on Venus: The Unrecognized Remnants of Crustal Plateaus. Carolyn Morgan Tewksbury, 16, Clinton Senior High School, Clinton, New York

EN026: A Shape Memory Alloy Applied to Prosthetics. Matthew Domenic Corvese, 16, Bishop Hendricken High School, Warwick, Rhode Island

EN027: Sweet PVC Rocketry. Nigel Forest Reuel, 16, Rio Rancho High School, Rio Rancho, New Mexico

EN055: Feasibility of Converting the Kinetic Energy of Airflow Around a Car into Electrical Energy for Powering the Car. Vijay Kailas Brihmadesam, 17, Jackson Preparatory School, Jackson, Mississippi

EV013: Identifying Bacteria that Have Crossed the Atlantic Ocean in Clouds of African Dust Using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), DNA Cloning and DNA Sequencing: Two-Year Study. Timothy Calvin Borden, 16, Canterbury School, Fort Myers, Florida

GN018: Can a Telomere Be Extended by Foreign Telomerase?. Herbert Mason Hedberg, 16, North Attleboro High School, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

MA037: An Expansion of the Spruce Budworm Model Using a Time-dependant Growth Rate. Christopher Ryan Bruner, 16, Wewoka High School, Wewoka, Oklahoma

ME065: Expression of Constitutively Active Oncogene, c-Src, Disrupts Cell-cell Adhesion. Ankita C Baxi, 16, Houston High School, Germantown, Tennessee

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

Honorable Mention Award Certificates for International Students, and Students under the age of 16.

CH053: Biocatalytic Composite Electrodes for Biofuel Cell Applications. Daniel Clayton Appel, 15, Eldorado High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico

CS042: Artificial Neural Networks: Mechanisms of Pattern Recognition and Learning. Kimberly Elise Reinhold, 14, Saint Joseph Junior Senior High School, Hilo, Hawaii

EA037: Adaptive Telescope Control Using Star-Pattern Recognition. Jonathan Nicholas Sick, 16, Queen Elizabeth Sr High School, Calgary, Canada

EN048: Robotic Tactile Sensing. Joshua C Kline, 15, Liverpool High School, Liverpool, New York

EN065: Fiber Optic Smart Skin. Pencilla Lang, 14, London, Ontario, Canada

MA024: Design of Custom Integrated Circuits via New Algebraic Method. Jan Hrdy, 20, High Technical School, Uherske Hradiste, Czech Republic

MI048: Antioxidants: Effects on Microglial Neurotoxicity. Crystal Mary-Lou Pinto, 18, Francis Libermann Catholic High School, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

DuPont will recognize individual entries in the categories of Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Physics and Engineering, and Mathematics; as best exemplifies DuPont's excellence in research. A $500 award is presented in each of these categories.

BI040: From Food Preservation to Nanotechnology: Applications of the Mucilage-creating Properties of Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum). Kavita M. Shukla, 17, Centennial High School, Ellicott City, Maryland

BI044: Baculovirus Vectors for Expression of HIV-2 Nef Protein in Sf9 Cell. April Renee Ruffin, 17, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Baltimore, Maryland

CS042: Artificial Neural Networks: Mechanisms of Pattern Recognition and Learning. Kimberly Elise Reinhold, 14, Saint Joseph Junior Senior High School, Hilo, Hawaii

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

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

EV040: Automated Detection and Removal System for Industrial Water Pollutants. Elina Onitskansky, 17, Hathaway Brown School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

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

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

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

ZO032: Biology and Behaviors of Hydra in Chromium Polluted Waters and Their Practical Application. Mingzhi Qu, 16, High School Attached to Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Honorable Mention Awards

EV056: Effects of Elevated Levels of Fecal Coliform and Sewage Effluent on Mytilus trossulus. Natalie Adele Hale, 16, Juneau-Douglas High School, Juneau, Alaska

EV328: Little Plant for the Treatment of Used Waters. Carolina Cubillos, 14, Eagle School, Antofagasta, Chile; Costanza Tapia, 14, Eagle School, Antofagasta, Chile

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

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

Grand Award of $1,000

PH024: Length Dependent Polarization Mode Dispersion Measurement. Mirza Asim Baig, 18, McNair Academic High School, Jersey City, New Jersey

First Award of $200

CH047: Biodiesel: Fuel of the Future? Phase II. Joshua James Chilson, 15, Florence High School, Florence, South Dakota

CS014: Automatic Packet Reporting System: Building a Large Scale Geospatial Database. James J Jefferson, 17, Winona Senior High School, Winona, Minnesota

EA013: The Cosmic Early Warning. Adam Michael Curry, 17, Palisade Senior High School, Palisade, Colorado

EN045: Hybrid Rocket Motors: Design, Construction and Flight. Thomas Raymond Sanders, 17, Lake Havasu High School, Lake Havasu City, Arizona

EN093: Solid Hydrogen Storage Using Depleted Uranium. Bryan William Christian, 17, Collins Hill High School, Suwanee, Georgia

EV048: Creating Collagen Gelatin Aerosols. Nathan Kyle Wright, 17, O'Donnell High School, O'Donnell, Texas

MI057: Upregulation of IL-2 Protein Expression in EL-4 T Cells. Jessica Elizabeth Ann Kaae, 17, Charles M Russell High School, Great Falls, Montana

Second Award of $150

CH021: Nanoconstruction with Self-assembling DNA-PNA Complexes. Alexander C. Mittal, 17, Greenwich High School, Greenwich, Connecticut

CS029: Breaking the Crypt. Jake Daniel Hertenstein, 17, De Soto High School, De Soto, Missouri

CS053: Virtual FlashCards. Jonathan Paul K. Palley, 17, Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, California

EA036: Heat of Condensation: A Natural Source of Protective Heat, Second-Year Study. Shamsher Singh Samra, 15, Clovis West High School, Fresno, California

EN105: Heat Transfer Enhancement of Drag Reducing Surfactants Using Ultrasonic Energy. Joline Marie Fan, 14, Upper Arlington High School, Upper Arlington, Ohio

EV040: Automated Detection and Removal System for Industrial Water Pollutants. Elina Onitskansky, 17, Hathaway Brown School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

MI048: Antioxidants: Effects on Microglial Neurotoxicity. Crystal Mary-Lou Pinto, 18, Francis Libermann Catholic High School, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

PH036: Relativity on the Desktop: Illustrative Models of Einsteinian Physics. Michael Henry Fischer, 16, Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, California

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.

Asbury College
Presidential Science Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years. Recipient must meet the admissions, scholarship, and scholarship renewal requirements of the college.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years.

CH035: Fun with Fuels. James Patrick Whalen, 16, Xenia Christian Academy, Xenia, Ohio

Recipient must meet the admission, scholarship, and scholarship renewal requirements of the college.

Bellarmine University
A full-tuition scholarship will be awarded to an Intel ISEF finalist, pursuing a first bachelor's degree in any area of study.

Scholarship value exceeds $70,000 over four years

ME014: In vitro Study of the Antimicrobial Effects of Honey on Staphylococcus epidermidis. Brittany Lee Melton, 17, Terre Haute South Vigo High School, Terre Haute, Indiana

Bellarmine University and the Kentucky Community & Technical College System
A full scholarship to a student who begins studies at KCTCS for two years then successfully transfers to Bellarmine University to pursue a first bachelor's degree in any field of study.

Award Scholarship

CH033: Improving the Performance of Nanocrystalline Solar Cells and the Discovery of a New Electrochemical Cell. Allison Ruth Morris, 15, Notre Dame Academy, Covington, Kentucky

ME004: Fingerprint Profiling: Are We at Risk?. Margaret Ann Stewart, 14, Ballard High School, Louisville, Kentucky

Two, 1/2 scholarships will be awarded to pursue a first bachelor's degree in any area of study. Recipients must enroll as a full time student.

California State University, Fresno

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

BE029: The Eyes Have It: Visual Perception in Children with and without Dyslexia, Phase II. Stephanie A Williams, 16, Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, California

EV043: Eutrophication Control with Calcium Carbonate Filters and Denitrification. Vijay Yanamadala, 15, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates, California

Campbellville University

Centre College
Scholarship Award of $5,000 per year for four years.

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

BE004: Catching Liars: An Innovative Study in Infrared Lie Detection. John Scott Newman, 16, Yorktown High School, Arlington, Virginia

CS019: Collision Determination and Response in the Third Dimension. Arya Mohammad Iranmanesh, 16, Roanoke Valley Governors School for Science and Technology, Roanoke, Virginia

EN062: Vortex-induced Vibrations on Flexible Cylinders. Bryce Kittinger Campbell, 17, Academy of Science and Technology, Conroe, Texas

EV087: Biodiesel: The Clear Choice. Brittany Jo Ekre, 17, Beach High School, Beach, North Dakota

MA030: Winter Wonderland: A Mathematical Analysis of Snowflakes. Amanda Bryce Shaw, 16, Seton School, Manassas, Virginia

ME053: Cardiovascular Stents with Shape Memory Alloys. Mark Mohan Mazumder, 17, Little Rock Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas

MI036: Remediation of Berkeley Pit Water Using Genetically Modified Extremophilic Yeast: Phase III. Alexandra Hope Antonioli, 17, Butte High School, Butte, Montana

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

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.

Eastern Kentucky University
Four year, $5,000 per year scholarship.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years and out of state tuition

EV060: Hidden Consequences of Tire Wear: Two-Year Study. David A Joseph, 17, The Linsly School, Wheeling, West Virginia

Florida Institute of Technology
Tuition Scholarships of $10,000 per year for four years, renewable annually, to be used at Florida Institute of Technology.

$10,000 per year Scholarships, renewable annually.

BE001: Media Mayhem: Effects of Television Violence on Children. Natalie Rose Mergler, 17, Chaminade-Julienne High School, Dayton, Ohio

BI049: Use of P-Elements to Knock Out Genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Michael Adam Gorin, 17, Lynbrook Senior High School, Lynbrook, New York

BO011: Effect of Nutrient Absence on the Amount of DNA in Plants: Two-Year Study. Amy K. Weaver, 17, Sebring High School, Sebring, Florida

BO035: Does Centrifugal Force Affect Plant Growth?. Kathleen Camille Walker, 17, Brownsville Porter High School, Brownsville, Texas

CS048: A Novel Calculus-based Cipher. John Michael Tuley, 17, Penn-Trafford High School, Harrison City, Pennsylvania

EA043: Optical Divide: An Independent Assessment of a Subset of Hipparcos and Tycho-2 Proper Motions: Phase III. Sabrina Curie Snell, 16, School Without Walls, Washington, District of Columbia

EA044: Tracking and Measuring Magnetic Storms with a Magnetometer. Stuart Earl Anderson, 17, Emmaus High School, Emmaus, Pennsylvania

EN010: Cooperative Autonomous Robotics Utilizing Ant Pheromone Behavior. Joshua Brent Miller, 17, Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne, Florida

EN057: Perlite Concrete. Caitlin Marie Dills, 17, Basic High School, Henderson, Nevada

EV017: Can Electro-osmosis Be Used to Remove Heavy Metal Contaminates from Soil?. Jason Michael Schuler, 17, Lakewood High School, Saint Petersburg, Florida

Georgetown College

Renewal scholarship award of $5,000 to $9,000 per year for four years

BE034: Relation of False Memory Creation to Emotional Content and Mode of Presentation in Word Lists. Shannon Quinn Turney, 15, Notre Dame Academy, Covington, Kentucky

BO041: Comparison of the Genotypes and Phenotypes in the F2 Population of the Same Genetic Line of Cucurbita pepo. Whitney Marie Beck, 18, Pettisville High School, Pettisville, Ohio

EV020: Current Status of Mariculture in the Southeast Coast of China and Proposed Strategies. Yanting Guo, 18, The Affiliated High School of South China Normal Univ., Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

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 scholarship of $5,000 per year

BE024: Portable Infrared Navigational Aid for the Blind. Frank Gerald Aguilar, 17, Lane Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois

BI049: Use of P-Elements to Knock Out Genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Michael Adam Gorin, 17, Lynbrook Senior High School, Lynbrook, New York

BO014: Electromagnetic Fields on Lactuca sativa: Phase III. Heather K LeFleur, 17, Stuart-Menlo High School, Stuart, Iowa

CH050: Synthesis of Monomer Precursors for Piezoelectric Polymers. Kamaljit Singh Chahal, 17, Cass Technical High School, Detroit, Michigan

CS048: A Novel Calculus-based Cipher. John Michael Tuley, 17, Penn-Trafford High School, Harrison City, Pennsylvania

EA044: Tracking and Measuring Magnetic Storms with a Magnetometer. Stuart Earl Anderson, 17, Emmaus High School, Emmaus, Pennsylvania

EV081: Phototoxicity of Hypericin and Alpha-Terthienyl to Tenebrio molitor, Drosophila melanogaster, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Adam Paul Rago, 16, Falmouth High School, Falmouth, Massachusetts

MA030: Winter Wonderland: A Mathematical Analysis of Snowflakes. Amanda Bryce Shaw, 16, Seton School, Manassas, Virginia

ME053: Cardiovascular Stents with Shape Memory Alloys. Mark Mohan Mazumder, 17, Little Rock Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas

MI011: Less is More: Achieving the Minimal Therapeutic Dose for Streptococcus pneumoniae. Nadia Ambreen Agha, 17, Satellite High School, Satellite Beach, Florida

PH033: Drafting: Is It Real?. Stephen Francis Snow, 16, Patrician Academy, Butler, Alabama

ZO041: Mutant Flies and Brain Genes. Mengfei Huang, 17, Bellaire Senior High School, Bellaire, Texas

Kentucky State University
Full Presidential Scholarships include full tuition, room, board, books, and fees

Scholarship in Biology

BI051: Synchronization vs. Sensitization of Prostate Cancer Cells by Curcumin. David Nima Meigooni, 15, Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School, Lexington, Kentucky

BO019: Rapid Vegetative Propagation Using Benzyladenine Solution. Tiffany Nichole Swann, 17, Houston County High School, Warner Robins, Georgia

Scholarship in Chemistry

CH049: Household Item or Insulator?. Meet Shirish Patel, 16, Divine Child High School, Dearborn, Michigan

Scholarship in Computer Science

CS049: Interpretation of Tactile, Vision, and Hearing: A Communication and Feedback Experience. Alicia Lorraine Worley, 16, Keyser High School, Keyser, West Virginia

Scholarship in Mathematics

MA037: An Expansion of the Spruce Budworm Model Using a Time-dependant Growth Rate. Christopher Ryan Bruner, 16, Wewoka High School, Wewoka, Oklahoma

In-state students $7,418 per year for 4 years, out-of-state students $11,978 per year for 4 years.Scholarships will be adjusted to accommodate tuition increases.

Midway College

Scholarship Award of $5,000 per year for four years.

EV061: Pressurized Wood: Is It Environmentally Safe? Three-Year Study. Elizabeth Anne Harmon, 18, West Lauderdale High School, Collinsville, Mississippi

MI002: Effect of Triclosan on Antibiotic Resistance. Sara Ellen McFarland, 17, Hoehne Senior High School, Hoehne, Colorado

ZO002: Controlling Fire Ants by Preventing the Molting Process. Melanie Elizabeth Pyle, 18, Colquitt County High School, Moultrie, Georgia

Murray State University
For study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics or Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering a full tuition scholarship including housing and fees, renewable for four years.

Full Scholarship Award

EN041: Tech A Sketch. Tony David Liechty, 17, Leo Junior-Senior High School, Leo, Indiana

All applicants must meet the admission and scholarship requirements of the university. In-state residents $7,463 per year for 4 years, out-of-state students $12,498 per year for 4 years

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Full tuition Scholarship

EN029: Burn Rate Measurement of Solid PSAN/Mg Propellant with Various Binders. Nathaniel David Brown, 16, Life Christian Academy, Harvest, Alabama

EV006: Evaluating Designer Solids for Remediation of Heavy Elements in Aqueous Waste Streams. Jessica Dawn Caver, 17, Woodlin High School, Woodrow, Colorado

EV050: Preliminary Assessment of Avondale Park. Aja Maria Hazelhoff, 15, The Altamont School, Birmingham, Alabama

Each scholarship will cover full tuition, fees, room and board each year, renewable for four years for a total value up to $60,000.

Northeastern University

Northern Kentucky University
Scholarship award for pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in one of the university's programs.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years.

EV044: Rainfall as a Vehicle of Pollution and Contamination in Beaches and Recreational Waters. Eddy Leal, 16, Academia Del Perpetuo Socorro, Miramar, Puerto Rico

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

Partial tuition scholarships

CH040: Utilizing Room Temperature Ionic Liquids as the Electrolyte in an Electrochemical Cell. Kunil Kaushik Raval, 16, Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy, Saginaw, Michigan

CS049: Interpretation of Tactile, Vision, and Hearing: A Communication and Feedback Experience. Alicia Lorraine Worley, 16, Keyser High School, Keyser, West Virginia

EN062: Vortex-induced Vibrations on Flexible Cylinders. Bryce Kittinger Campbell, 17, Academy of Science and Technology, Conroe, Texas

EV081: Phototoxicity of Hypericin and Alpha-Terthienyl to Tenebrio molitor, Drosophila melanogaster, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Adam Paul Rago, 16, Falmouth High School, Falmouth, Massachusetts

MA040: Adyasuren's Inequality. Anar Dauletovna Meirkhanova, 17, Taldykorgan, Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan

PH012: Model Membrane Biophysics: An Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Synaptic Vesicle Fusion. Vinita Marie Alexander, 17, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

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 Polytechnic Institute

Union College

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

CH033: Improving the Performance of Nanocrystalline Solar Cells and the Discovery of a New Electrochemical Cell. Allison Ruth Morris, 15, Notre Dame Academy, Covington, Kentucky

MI043: Escheriachia coli Residue on Cutting Board Surfaces. Jessica Lee Johnson, 17, Hilltop High School, West Unity, Ohio

University of Kentucky
Graduate Scholarship/fellowships $5,000 per year for up to 3 years to be jointly provided by the Dean of the Graduate School, the Vice President for Research and the Provost.

Graduate Scholarships

BI051: Synchronization vs. Sensitization of Prostate Cancer Cells by Curcumin. David Nima Meigooni, 15, Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School, Lexington, Kentucky

CS010: Pattern Detection in Quasi-periodic Waveforms: Application to Speech Compression. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 18, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

EN041: Tech A Sketch. Tony David Liechty, 17, Leo Junior-Senior High School, Leo, Indiana

PH012: Model Membrane Biophysics: An Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Synaptic Vesicle Fusion. Vinita Marie Alexander, 17, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

University of Kentucky College of Engineering and the Kentucky Community & Technical College System
Have joined together to award a $20,000 scholarship to a student who begins undergraduate studies at a KCTCS community college and completes a bachelor's degree in the UK College of Engineering.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years

PH038: Designing for Heat Resistance. Kristin Elizabeth Banik, 18, Marshall County High School, Benton, Kentucky

For the first two years, the scholarship (at current 2001-02 tuition levels) will cover tuition, fees, books, and equipment, travel and a summer internship at the UK College of Engineering. During the junior and senior years, the scholarship will cover tuition, fees, books and equipment, at a minimum.

University of Louisville
The University has committed twenty-eight full tuition scholarships to two finalists in each of the following Intel ISEF research categories: Behavioral and Social Sciences, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Space Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Gerontology, Mathematics, Medicine and Health, Microbiology, Physics, and Zoology.

Scholarship award offered in the 14 Intel ISEF categories

BE006: Understanding Gender Differences in Achievement Motivation in 6th-12th Grade Students. Emma Essock-Burns, 17, duPont Manual Magnet High School, Louisville, Kentucky

BE049: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The Timing of Guidance in Visual Search. Nina Vasan, 18, Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg, West Virginia

BI027: Molecular Modeling and the Identification of Functional Domains of a New Adhesive Molecule in Inflammatory Thrombosis. Tahir Ahmed, 17, Midwood High School at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York

BI035: Active Site Convergence of BETA-Lactamases Predicts a Novel Mechanism of Substrate Hydrolysis by Class B Metallo-BETA-Lactamases. Debarshi Mustafi, 17, Kenwood Academy, Chicago, Illinois

BO028: Generating a Population of Arabidopsis Mutants Altered in the Function of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase Kinase Using a Transgenic Screening Approach. Bryan Armando Lemus, 16, Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School, Miami, Florida

BO037: Bactericidal Activity in vitro of Chihuahuan Desert Plants and a Synergistic Approach to Overcoming Broad-Spectrum Antibiotic Resistance. Kevin Kuan Gao, 17, John Connally High School, Austin, Texas

CH018: Effect of Pigment Size on UV-related Fading of Paint: Phase II. Emily Michele Kraft, 16, Evansville Day School, Evansville, Indiana

CH033: Improving the Performance of Nanocrystalline Solar Cells and the Discovery of a New Electrochemical Cell. Allison Ruth Morris, 15, Notre Dame Academy, Covington, Kentucky

CS010: Pattern Detection in Quasi-periodic Waveforms: Application to Speech Compression. Ezra Jacob Rapoport, 18, Horace Mann School, Bronx, New York

CS024: Computer Recognition of Emotion in Speech. Yindong Yu, 16, Shanghai, China

EA037: Adaptive Telescope Control Using Star-Pattern Recognition. Jonathan Nicholas Sick, 16, Queen Elizabeth Sr High School, Calgary, Canada

EA043: Optical Divide: An Independent Assessment of a Subset of Hipparcos and Tycho-2 Proper Motions: Phase III. Sabrina Curie Snell, 16, School Without Walls, Washington, District of Columbia

EN039: Design and Fabrication of a Peristaltic Micropump. Mark William Knight, 18, Catlin Gabel School The, Portland, Oregon

EN064: Improving Adhesion at Polymeric Interfaces Containing Carbon Black. Mordechai Joseph Bronner, 18, Rambam Mesivta, Lawrence, New York

EV004: Utilization of Electromagnetic Fields as a Nontoxic Antifoulant. Elizabeth Van Cortlandt Varela, 16, West Potomac High School, Alexandria, Virginia

EV043: Eutrophication Control with Calcium Carbonate Filters and Denitrification. Vijay Yanamadala, 15, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates, California

GN012: Reduction of Intercellular Apurinic Endonuclease Levels with Age: Predispostion to Oxidative Damage Allied Neuro-Degenerative Disease. Korri Ayn Thiessen, 16, Oregon Episcopal School, Portland, Oregon

GN013: Relationship Between Metabolic Rate and Lifespan. Emily Patricia Norwood, 17, Keystone School, San Antonio, Texas

MA009: Nullhomotopic Knots in Real Projective Space. Nikita Rozenblyum, 18, Stuyvesant High School, New York, New York

MA015: Rainbow Ramsey Theory: Rainbow Arithmetic Progressions and Anti-Ramsey Results. Jacob Licht, 17, William Hall High School, West Hartford, Connecticut

ME033: Action of Indole-3-carbinol in Breast Cancer. Jennifer Oakley Tschorn, 18, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

ME079: Inhibition of Programmed Cell Death by Purine-derivative RPI-069. Eva Lily Vertes, 17, Highland Secondary School, Dundas, Canada

MI031: Effects of Red-Spectrum Light on Cell Growth. Pratik Rohatgi, 18, R. Nelson Snider High School, Fort Wayne, Indiana

MI060: Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus: Investigating the Role of Heparin Binding in Retroviral Infection and Investigation of a Potential Anti-viral Therapy Target. Maria Elena De Obaldia, 15, Moorestown High School, Moorestown, New Jersey

PH016: Bubble-based Resonance-Doppler Sensor for Liquid Characterization. Naveen Neil Sinha, 17, Los Alamos High School, Los Alamos, New Mexico

PH036: Relativity on the Desktop: Illustrative Models of Einsteinian Physics. Michael Henry Fischer, 16, Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, California

ZO031: Genetic Variation in Mountain Whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) Across the Continental Divide in Western Montana. Julia Hazel Powers, 18, Big Sky High School, Missoula, Montana

ZO047: Determining the Extent of Hybridization Occurring Between Oncorhynchus mykiss and Oncorhynchus clarki Populations at Strawberry Reservoir Using a PCR RFLP Analysis. Ryan L. Thueson, 18, Murray High School, Murray, Utah

Each Scholarship is renewable for four years and valued at full-tuition based on Kentucky resident rates.

University of Louisville - M.D./Ph.D. Program
Six-year scholarship into the M.D./Ph.D. program contingent upon admission to the Medical School and the Graduate School of the University of Louisville. Scholarship includes full tuition, an $18,000 per year stipend (current level) and health insurance.

Full scholarship (tuition, health insurance and stipend) to UofL M.D./Ph.D. Program

ME033: Action of Indole-3-carbinol in Breast Cancer. Jennifer Oakley Tschorn, 18, John Jay High School, Katonah, New York

ME066: Regulation of Tumor Angiogenesis and Apoptosis via Suppression of the Translation Initiation Factor eIF4E in Prostate Cancer. Rebecca Anne McGaha, 17, Caddo Parish Magnet High School, Shreveport, Louisiana

University of Louisville and the Kentucky Community & Technical College System
Have joined together to award a $20,000 scholarship to a student who begins undergraduate studies at a KCTCS community college and pursues a bachelor's degree in the sciences or engineering at the University.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years.

BI002: Roots, Shoots, Callus and Clones. Brian Wesley Hanes, 15, South Oldham High School, Crestwood, Kentucky

For the first two years, the scholarship will cover tuition, fees, books and equipment, travel and a summer internship at the University of Louisville. During the junior and senior years, the scholarship (at current 2001-02 levels) will cover tuition, fees and equipment.

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

CS030: Digital Audio Enhancement via Harmonic Relationships. Allan Chu, 17, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California

EN014: Investigating Various Factors in Both a Liquid-electrolyte and Polymer-electrolyte Membrane Direct-methanol Fuel Cell to Maximize Total Power Output. Douglas George Lavanture, 15, John Adams High School, South Bend, Indiana

All applicants must meet the admission and scholarship 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.

Scholarship award of $8,000 per year for four, five or six years depending upon the degree program

BI049: Use of P-Elements to Knock Out Genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Michael Adam Gorin, 17, Lynbrook Senior High School, Lynbrook, New York

ME045: Effect of FGFR and EFGR Antibodies on the Growth Rate of HL-60 Cells. Megan Clarke Roberts, 17, Carlisle Area High School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Scholarships will go into effect upon the recipient's admission to any one of the degree programs offered at USP and are renewable for the length of the degree program provided the recipient maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0

Western Kentucky University
$20,000 Scholarship ($5,000 to allocate in each of four years) to a student who begins undergraduate study at Western Kentucky University and pursues and maintains pursuit of a bachelor's degree in one of the university's Science and Engineering programs. This scholarship will be applied to cover tuition, fees, room and board, and books.

Scholarship in the amount of $20,000.

GN016: Effectiveness of TFO to Control Fibrosis by Inhibiting Collagen Type 1 Gene Transcription in the Infarcted Rat Heart. Reshma Shivaputrappa Patil, 16, White Station High School, Memphis, Tennessee

Western Kentucky University and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System
A $20,000 scholarship to a student who begins undergraduate studies at a KCTCS community college and pursues a bachelor's degree in WKU's Ogden College of Science and Engineering.

Scholarship award of $5,000 per year for four years.

PH038: Designing for Heat Resistance. Kristin Elizabeth Banik, 18, Marshall County High School, Benton, Kentucky

For the first two years, the scholarship will cover tuition, fees, books, and equipment, travel at KCTCS and a summer internship at the WKU College of Engineering. During the junior and senior years, the scholarship will cover tuition, fees, room and board, books and equipment at WKU.

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