Five Pakistani students will compete against 1500 international students from 70 countries, from grades 9-12, as they showcase their scientific innovations at the annual Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF).
Held between May 13-18 in Pittsburgh, US, five students who managed to secure their place at this year’s ISEF, had to qualify by winning the National Science Fair, held earlier this year in Islamabad. They include Shiza Ghulab, Mahnoor Hassan and Bushra Shahed from the Institute of Computer and Management Sciences, Peshawar. Musa Rahim Khan from Agha Khan Higher Secondary School, Chitral and Syed Shahzeb Hussain from Army Public School and College, Command and Staff College, Quetta.
The Intel ISEF unites these top young scientific minds, showcasing their talent on an international stage, enabling them to submit their work to judging by doctoral level scientists—and providing the opportunity to compete for over $3 million in prizes and scholarships.
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