The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) is the world's largest pre-college celebration of science. Held annually in May, the Intel ISEF brings together over 1,200 students from 40 nations to compete for scholarships, tuition grants, internships, and scientific field trips. Midwood sent 6 seniors to Portland, Oregon to compete in this year's ISEF.
- Mou Chung Ng
"The Development of an Adenoviral Vector that Expresses PNC-28EG, a Gene that Encodes a Peptide Selectively Cytotoxic to Pancreatic Carcinoma"
- Office of Naval Research on behalf of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Scholarship in the amount of $8,000
- U.S. Air Force First Award of $3,000
- Elizabeth Kolod
"How Does Learning Sign Language Affect Visual Perception?"
- Behavioral and Social Sciences - Presented by Intel Foundation. Second Award of $1,500
- Shaye Storm
"Age Determination and Size Reconstruction of 15th Century North Atlantic Codfish (Gadus morhua L.) from Akurvik, NW Iceland"
- Earth and Space Sciences - Presented by Intel Foundation. Second Award of $1,500
- Ghulam Dastgir
"Analysis of the Pancreatic Cancer-Specific 3C4-Ag Using a Novel Directly Labeled Monoclonal Antibody 3C4 (FITC-mAb3C4)"
- American Association for Clinical Chemistry "for the projects that best demonstrate the use of chemistry to diagnose diseased or abnormal states in humans and/or animals." Third Award of $300
- Hayley Miskiewicz & Lindsey Tannenbaum
"The Nuclear Pore Complex in Alzheimer's Disease: A First Look at the Relationship of Nucleoporins to Neuropathological Features and Apoptosis"
- Team Projects - Presented by Science News. Fourth Award of $500