Bay Area Science & Engineering Fair

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Team BASEF @ IISEF

Four BASEF winners competed as part of Team Canada at the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona.


Team BASEF members with the rest of Team Canada in Phoenix

IISEF Awards for Team BASEF

Congratulations to Kayla Cornale and Natalie Raso, who brought home seven awards worth more than $10,000. See the list of awards below.

Competing Projects

Click on the project image for a larger picture, abstract and list of awards won at BASEF 2005.

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children

  • Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

The effects of herbal remedies vs. antibiotics agaisnt bacterial growth

  • Nikola Lukenda (Cardinal Newman H.S.)
  • Christopher Balaban (Cardinal Newman H.S.)

The Effects of Guanosine on Alpha-Synuclein in a Parkinson's Disease Model

  • Patrick Martin (Bishop Ryan H.S.)

Using Viruses to Kill Cancer

  • Natalie Raso (St.Thomas More H.S.)

 

Awards Won by Team BASEF Members

Intel Foundation Achievement Awards
Award of $5,000

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

Best of Category - Behavioral and Social Sciences
Third Award of $1,000

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

Best of Category - Medicine and Health
Third Award of $1,000

Using Viruses to Kill Cancer
Natalie Raso (St.Thomas More H.S.)

American Intellectual Property Law Association
First Award of $1,000 and a certificate

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

American Psychological Association
Honorable Mention Award

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Award of $250

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)

National Academy of Neuropsychology
Honorable Mention Award

Sounds into Syllables - A Teaching System for Autistic Children
Kayla Cornale (Assumption Secondary)