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Leading up to Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2017, the Society for Science & the Public has been asking our alumni to share a message for current Intel ISEF finalists on social media. We've heard some great stories, and wanted to share a special message with you from Cathy Chen, a 2007-2010 Intel ISEF finalist.
Here's some inspiration for those of you with a secret crush on your science fair partner [see photo on the right].
That was us back then, and this is us now [see photo above]! Trust me, marriage is a lot like working on a project together :)
In all seriousness, I hope you soak up this memorable week. May you never forget the thrill of finding inspiration around each corner and the joy of making friends who are different from you. Life is sweeter that way.
Read all of the messages on Twitter from alumni, volunteers, and judges, and share your own by using the hashtag #msg2IntelISEF.
Matt Fichtenbaum (Intel ISEF 1962, Westinghouse STS 1962) has eclectic interests, ranging from art to science.
Pesticides contain harsh chemicals, high levels of toxicity, and risks to human and environmental health. Despite these concerns, pesticides are used generously in the U.S.
Science can be a good stepping stone into the political arena. Through science fairs, participants can gain important communication and public speaking skills.