A talk with Intel winner Michael Winer

April 22, 2015, 1:24 p.m. | By Maximillian Foley-Keene, Ben Lickerman | 8 years, 7 months ago

The Intel Science Talent search is one of the most prestigious scholarship programs in the United States. For the scholarship, high school students across America complete a research project in a subject related to science, math, technology or engineering. Since 1990, Montgomery Blair High School has had more Intel finalists than any other school in the nation. This year, Blair Senior Michael Winer won First Prize in the Innovation category at the Intel Talent Search Finals. He won $150,000 in prize money for his project about the interaction between phonons and electrons in a crystal. He sat down with SCO to talk about his project.

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Maximillian Foley-Keene. Hello! My name is Max and I'm an Editor in Chief for SCO this year. I like writing about what I think, especially current events, American foreign and economic policy. I also like music (jazz and 2000s post-punk are my favorites), art (Wassily Kandinsky is … More »

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