Israeli Teens Win Intel Science and Engineering Prize
Students from the Torah U’Mada yeshiva high school of the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) recently won third place in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh.
Nerya Stroh and Gal Oren each won $2,000 for inventing a user-friendly computerized device, AquaStop, which detects water leaks in real time.
Additionally, at the Israel phase of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition in Israel, another group of Torah U’Mada students finished first place in the field of energy and water. The students, David Agassi and Bashan Yehezkel, advanced to the international phase of the Stockholm competition, which is run by the Swedish royal family, the Jerusalem Post reported.