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Intel ISEF 2013 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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Consortium for Ocean Leadership

Website:
http://www.oceanleadership.org

 

A Washington, DC based nonprofit organization that represents 102 of the leading public and private ocean research educational institutions, aquaria and industry; working to advance research, education and sound ocean policy. The Organization also manages ocean research and education programs in scientific ocean drilling, ocean observing, ocean exploration and ocean partnerships. Awards will be given to the best projects in ocean sciences, in the areas of oil spill related science, marine geosciences, and overall ocean exploration and conservation.

 

Why We Participate

We participate to promote and raise the profile of ocean sciences research and to help inspire the next generation of ocean scientists and educators.

 

 

2013 Awards Offered

Award of $2,000 for best overall project in ocean science and exploration.

Award of $2000 for ocean science projects, with an emphasis on marine geosciences.

Award of $ 1000 for ocean science projects, with an emphasis on marine geosciences.

Award of $3000 for the best project in oil spill related science, with a preference for projects focusing on the ocean or coasts.

 

Picture of 2013 Award Winners

 

 

Intel ISEF 2013 Awards

Award of $2,000 for best overall project in ocean science and exploration.

Neil Nathan

Prospective Study of Logarithmic Spirals and Hurricanes

 

Award of $2000 for ocean science projects, with an emphasis on marine geosciences.

Connor Burton

Jellyfish Phototaxis: Developing an Infrared Net for Application in Marine Systems for the Prevention of Jellyfish Fouling and Beach Infestations

 

Award of $2000 for ocean science projects, with an emphasis on marine geosciences.

Jamie Odzer

The Effect of Fire on the Community Structure of Macro-Invertebrates in a Compartmentalized Wetlands Ecosystem: Will Wetlands Restoration Efforts Reduce the Anthropogenic Intensification of Environmental Damage from Natural Disturbances?

 

Award of $ 1000 for ocean science projects, with an emphasis on marine geosciences.

Rosinta Handinata

Jovita Nathania

Maria Yolenta Lestari

Having Fun Learning about Coral

 

Award of $3000 for the best project in oil spill related science, with a preference for projects focusing on the ocean or coasts.

Omer Altun

Abdullah Koca

Oceans Are More Significant than Petroleum

 

SAO Updates

Consortium For Ocean Leadership Recognizes Best Ocean Science Projects At Intel International Science And Engineering Fair

 
   
 

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