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Intel® Teach Program
Designing Effective Projects
Food Engineer Checklist
Use this checklist to help you stay on-track during the project.
Brainstorming
When brainstorming a list of foods to improve upon, I considered all of the following:
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Foods that don’t taste great
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Foods that can only grow in a few locations
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Foods that grow very slowly
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Foods that could use more nutritional value
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Foods that are susceptible to bugs and disease
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Foods that are susceptible to flooding and drought
Becoming a Food Engineer
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The problem that I identified with my chosen food item is an important problem that
affects many people throughout the world.
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My solution is relevant because it directly addresses the problem.
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My solution incorporates elements of either selective breeding or genetic engineering.
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The positive outcomes of my solution outweigh the possible negative outcomes.
Marketing and Advertisement
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My marketing name grabs the reader’s attention.
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My marketing name is relevant because it portrays the most important aspect of my new
food item.
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My advertisement provides the reader with all the information they need at-a-glance.
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My advertisement uses eye-catching colors, fonts, and pictures.
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My advertisement has a memorable slogan to help people remember my product.
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