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SPIE announces SciTech Prize for Student Excellence in Optics and Engineering

SPIE, in cooperation with the China Association for Science & Technology (CAST), is pleased to announce the winners of the 2007 SciTech Prize at the 22nd China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC). Five prizes were awarded for best projects where students apply optics principles and/or engineering technologies. Winners receive $250 USD, a one-year membership to SPIE, and eligibility to apply for a scholarship in Optical Science and Engineering.

President of CAST Yunnan, Mr. Sun Jialin presents an award at the 22nd CASTIC in Kunming, Yunnan

The 2007 winners are:

Lu Zhile; Carry-home Color Identify Apparatus

Liu Ke; Imaging Technique Study for Lamp-house Illumination Distribution Measurement

Zhang Rui; Secret Display for Computer Screen.

Xue Yuan, Du Zezhong, Fang Zenggao; Compositive Physical Experiment Packet.

Sun Tongzhou; Let Sunlight Become Plant Food.

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About CAST

China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization of Chinese scientific and technological workers, consisting of 167 national natural science societies and 31 provincial branches as well as city and county-level branches across China.