You won't find these students snoozing in science class, because they're more
likely teaching it. When our country speaks of intellectual capital, this is the
group of students they refer to. And here they are now with their inventions that
can do anything from reducing pollution to keeping your breath minty fresh.
School students between ages 14 and 16 are participating in a fair that exhibits
their ease of command over long-dreaded scientific concepts. The Intel Science
Talent Discovery Fair 2004 will display some 150 original works in nine science-related
subjects. The best scientists-in-the-making will win a chance to participate in
the Intel International Science and Engineeing Fair at Portland, USA.