I-SWEEEP Announces International Finalist Projects
The I-SWEEEP Scientific Review Committee evaluated nearly 1500 project proposals from 78 different countries and announced finalist projects that will travel to Houston in May 2015. Please, see the list of qualified projects below.
INTERNATIONAL FINALISTS PROJECTS
I-SWEEEP works with many science fair organizations in the United States as well as over 60 other countries, regions, and territories. Those fairs are conducted at regional, state, and national levels at different dates in a year. This list will be updated with direct qualification projects from those fairs. Individual applications from U.S will be announced in the second week of March 2015.
I-SWEEEP connects people and prepares students for future roles out in the real world. We invite distinguished guests from all over the world including: renowned scientists, college professors, industry leaders, and many other individuals who expand the bright future of these young scientists. Essentially, we give these extraordinary students a small taste of what the future holds for them.
As a member the United States Congress in a twelve-year member of the Science Committee I can tell you that science is a work for the 21stcentury, science will change lives, I’m proud that it’s hosted here in the city of Houston as a strong advocate for human space exploration. You here today and I-SWEEEP are caring for the earth providing new technology and resource information and investment in this earth.….
Inviting you to come back again, and wishing you the very best in your future, remember, we are custodians of this great earth and we must make it great , the way you do it contained to invest and learn and teach others and to make this world a better place…
Sheila Jackson Lee, U.S. Representative
Thank you for all the work you put into making the event in Houston so meaningful. My son, Tyler, attended last year and was thrilled to come back and present again this year. It was my first time there, and I enjoyed not just the science being showcased but the social interactions and meeting young people and other adult supervisors from around the world.