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The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. At the fair, roughly 1,700 high school students from dozens of countries, regions and territories have the chance to demonstrate their research and compete for prizes.

Among those prizes is a series of sustainability-focused scholarships sponsored by Ricoh. In our 12th year participating, we will again award two inventors a total of $25,000 for their sustainable innovations which offer the greatest potential for creating harmony between business and the environment. Since 2005, Ricoh has granted nearly $400,000 in scholarships to 32 young scholars in the United States and abroad.

Last year’s winners include Ethan Novek of Greenwich High School, who developed a low-grade waste heat recovery system that generates electricity from carbon dioxide emissions and recycled ammonia, and Robert Z. Halfon of American Heritage School of Boca Delray, who leveraged organisms’ anaerobic digestion to produce biogas, counteracting harmful emissions from traditional energy sources. For more information on last year’s winners, read here:

In addition to the scholarship contest, Ricoh will have a booth (213, 215, 312, 314) at the fair, where people can stop by to see how Ricoh is using science and innovation to better the world and improve teaching and learning in the classroom.
Linda Braun, Vice President, Printer Sales, Office Printer Business Group, Ricoh USA, Inc. and Kelli D’Amico, Senior Strategic Recruiter, Ricoh USA, Inc. will present a session on Tuesday, May 10, from 9-9:30 a.m. about innovative teaching and learning and classroom technology. For more information on the presentation
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By: Ricoh USA

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