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Founded in 1950, the Intel ISEF International Science and Engineering Exhibition is the world's largest competition, which annually brings together more than 1,500 students from around 70 countries and allows them to exhibit their scientific papers. Students who have already won the Intel ISEF Regional Branch Science Competition (Intel ISEF Branch in Georgia is the Georgian-American High School) have the opportunity to attend Intel ISEF.

Intel ISEF brings together these scientifically minded young people and demonstrates their talents in the international arena. It allows students to submit their own scientific papers to internationally recognized scholars for evaluation. Contestants compete against each other for a $ 3 million prize pool and scholarship. Participants are judged on their creative ability and scientific thought, as well as on the detailed, sophisticated and skillful creation of the project.

Intel ISEF's annual results are covered by various media outlets, including: The New York Times, CNN, Forbes Magazine, ABC World News, The Washington Post.
Among the important awards of Intel ISEF are: 
The Gordon Moore Prize of $ 75,000 will be awarded to the best participant. (Gordon Moore - co-founder of Intel Corporation in 1968, its president and chairman of the board until his retirement in 1997, is known for his "Moore's Law" for advances in chemistry and physics.)
The $ 50,000 Young Scientist Prize from the Intel Foundation will be awarded to two of the best projects.

Radley Hersbach SIYSS Award. (Radley Robert Hersbach - Harvard Professor and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) This award allows three finalists to attend the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS), which also includes attending the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Stockholm. The prize will reimburse the full costs.
EU Competition for Young Scientists - Young people will receive an award that reimburses all costs and allows them to attend a competition that will be held in a new city each time.
Intel Award for Best Category - Winners in the category will receive a $ 5,000 scholarship.
Intel ISEF Grand Prize - The first four contestants in all 17 categories will be awarded a cash prize.
Group projects will be evaluated and awarded according to the scientific category, group members will be awarded the prize equally.
Since 2005, Georgian-American High School has been a subsidiary of Intel ISEF. The school has participated in the INTEL ISEF Annual Championship several times:

May 8-14, 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona; May 5-14, 2006 in Indianapolis, Indiana; May 11-19, 2007 in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Atlantis, Georgia. .
Participating in a scientific exhibition is a very important experience where you can find serious feedback to continue your scientific research. However carefully planning the research issue and following the rules is crucial to this success.

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