Intel ISEF 2016 News Story
Kiran Imran | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Valencia Town
Lahore: Approximately seven million high school students around the world developed original research projects and presented their work at the INTEL Science Competitions held at the national level, with the hope of making it to Intel ISEF held in USA.
Like last year, our students have once again accomplished success with their projects and are now listed as four of the top science students of Pakistan. This year, the Neodymium Wind Turbine has been awarded the Best of Category Award in the Alternative Resources of Energy.
The two Physics projects submitted by a team of three students, and one individual entry from BVTL were displayed successfully in the Intel provisional and national levels. They beat around 1,200 participants from Pakistan and were declared the winners of the Pakistan National Science Fair 2016.
The BVTL finalists have qualified to participate and display their winning projects “Neodymium Wind Turbine” and “New Spin on Renewable Energy” at the Intel ISEF 2016 to be held in Phoenix Arizona USA in this year.
Group Project: Neodymium Wind Turbine
Team Members: Abdullah Khan, Sameen Mehdi, Minahil Mustafa (XI Cambridge)
Individual Project: A New Spin on Renewable Energy
Project Developer: Shahmeer Khan Niazi (IX Cambridge)
May 13, 2016, Phoenix, AZ: Society for Science & the Public, in partnership with the Intel Foundation, announced Grand Awards of the Intel ISEF 2016. Shahmir Khan Niazi won the fourth prize of $500 in the Physical Energy category at ISEF 2016. Congratulations Shahmir!
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