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The Inter science talents search is the top competition for high school students in the US. The fourty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcame them to the White House. These forty students were selected from almost 2000 contestents nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students show their research projects on large postures. The winners were announced much 15th.
Vindy is the executive director of Inter Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
These students bring works that are ready for publication, and many cases have already been published, pretty much any branch of science you can think of, physics, electrical engineering projects are deep and reach insightful.
Selina Lee is from O Carlifornia. She wanted to find more effective treatment to live cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of Carlifornia Davis told her how to design and do experimental work in labortary.
I research a new approach to targetting a living cancer. But basically starving living cancer cells are dead while living normal cells are uneffected. And to go one cell furthur I block the survival part away to make the treatment more effective.
Ms. Lee played 5th in the Inter Science talents and was awarded 50,000 dollars. S lives Phoeix in A. He began using a labortary in university of A at the age of 14. Over 4 years he completed a project studying the fungus linked to decrease in amphibians around the world. He tried to find out if the chemical and substance in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested the water samples across A. So my results are to identify a list of chemicals that are significant in the growth and in the movements of fungus. He played 10th in the competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.
Ewen D Carlifornia won the top award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Inter Science Talents Search. For his mathematical project he compared two ways to estimate the square root of inter, a number with no fractional parts.
Vindy at the Inter Foundation says these young people represent the next generations of scientists who will help shape American future.

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The Education report
The Inter science talents search is the top competition for high school students in the US. The fourty finalists were honored

in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcame them to the White House. These

forty students were selected from almost 2000 contestents nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by

professional scientists. The students show their research projects on large postures. The winners were announced much 15th.

Vindy is the executive director of Inter Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of

science.

"These students bring works that are ready for publication, and many cases have already been published, pretty much bratch

science you can think of, physics, electrical engineering projects are deep and reach insightful."

Selina Lee is from O Carlifornia. She wanted to find more effective treatment to live cancer. She began her research four

years ago. A scientist at the University of Carlifornia Davis told her how to design and do experimental work in labortary.

"I research a new approach to targetting a living cancer. But basically starving living cancer cells are dead while living

normal cells are uneffected. And to go one cell furthur I block the survival part away to make the treatment more effective."

Ms. Lee played 5th in the Inter Science talents and was awarded 50,000 dollars.

S lives Phoeix in A. He began using a labortary in university of A at the age of 14. Over 4 years he completed a project

studying the fungus linked to decrease in amphibians around the world. He tried to find out if the chemical and substance in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested the water samples across A. "So my results are to identify a list of

chemicals that are significant in the growth and in the movements of fungus." He played 10th in the competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.

Ewen D Carlifornia won the top award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Inter Science Talents Search. For his mathematical

project he compared two ways to estimate the square root of inter, a number with no fractional parts.

Vindy at the Inter Foundation says these young people represent the next generations of scientists who will help shape

American future.
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The intel science talent search is the top science competition for high school students in the united states. The forty finalist were honored in washington last weeek. The met with scientist and politicians. President Obma welcome them to the white house.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nation wide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientist. The students showed their research projects on large posters, the winners were announced march fifth.
Wendy Hokens is executive director of the intel foundation, she says the forty finalists represented excelence accoss many areas of science. These students bring work that is ready for publication that may case has already been published, pretty much any branch of science, you can think of phisics electrical, engineering. and projects are deep and rich and insideful.
Selina Li is from Fo California, she wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of Califonia Dabers taught her how to design and do experimental work in the labrotory. I reserched a new approach to targeting live cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cell to death. while leaving normal cells uneffected. and to go one step further, i block a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective. Miss Li places fifth is the intel science talent search, and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.

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This is the VOA Special English education report. The intell sciencists talent is the top science competition for high school students. In the United States, the forty fighterists were * in Washington last week. Thay meet with scientists and powertions. President Obama welcame they to the White house. These forty students were slected from almost teo housand competitors nation wide. They have to present a origional research to be judged by professional sciencists. The students show their research project on large posters. The winner was announced March fifteen. Wendy Hargen is exactly director of the intell foundation. She says the forty fighterist excellent across many areas of science. These students bring work that is ready for publication and many cases have already been published that pretty much bring science that you can think of physic of logical energeening and the project are deep and rich and have insightful. Selina Lee is from failolds California. She wat to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist that the university of California Datebels told her how ti design a do experiment work in the labotory. I research a new process to targeting with the cancer by bascially studying the labotory cancer that while living normal size then effective and to go once boarder I brought a surevry passway to make the treatment more effctive. Ms Lee palys fifth in the intell sciencist research and was award thirty thousand dollors. * * lives * *. He began use a labortory in the university in * at the age of forteen. Over four years, he completed a project study the fungus link to the decrease in anfibirance around the world. He was tried to found out if different chemical substance in the water cold kill the fungus. He collected and tested water sample across *. So my result was able to identify a list of chemical of singnificant and the growth and the movement of fungus. He played ten in the intell competion and was award twenty housand dollars. * * of * California won the top of ward of one hundred thousand dollars in this year intell science talent search. For his mathmatical project, he compare two ways to * the square role of a interjule. A number was known * part. Wendy * was intell foundation says these young peole present the next generation scientist who will shape American future. And that's the VOA Special English education report. Visit the all new mobile version about our website where you can read and listen to Special English progarms. And watch caption videos from your phone and other devices go to VOA Special English.com. I'm Chirst Bercurse.
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The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House. These 40 students were selected from almost 2,000 contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March 15th.


Wendy Hawkins is the executive director of Intel foundation. She says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.

“These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published in pretty much. Any branch of science that you can think of, physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful.”

Celina Lee is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research 4 years ago. A scientist at the University of California of Davis taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.

“I research a new approach to target in liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death while leaving normal cells unaffected and to go one step further, I block a survival pathway to make a treatment more effective.”

Ms. Lee placed 5th in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded 30,000 dollars.

Scott, lives near phoenix, Arizona, he began using a laboratory of the University of Arizona at the age of 14. Over 4 years, he completed the project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.

“So my results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of fungus.”

He placed 10th in the Intel Competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.

Evan O’Dorney of Danville, California, won the top award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project, he compared 2 ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional part.

Wendy Hawkins, at the Intel foundation, says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who'll help shape America’s future.

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The Intel Science Talent Search is the top higher competiton for high school students in the Unites States. The forty finalists were honored in Washinfton last week. They met with scientists and politicians, President Obama welcomed them to the White House. These forty students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide. They had to present original researches judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were annouced on March 5.
Wendy Hawkins is excutive director of the Intel Fundation. She said the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science. These students bring work that is ready for publication and, many cases have already been published in pretty much branch of science that you can think of physics, elctrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful\
Selena Lee is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment of live cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientists of the university of california, told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.

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This is VOA special English education report.The intel science telant search is the top science compertation for high school students in the Untied States ,the fourty finalists were ordered in  WashingTon last week.They maight were scientists and  politions,president Obama welcome them to the White House, these fourty students were selected from almost two thousand cantons nation wide.They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists ,the students show their research projects on large posters,the winners were announced  much fifteens.Windy Haoken is egetic dirctor  of the intal foundation ,she says the fourty finalists represented excellent across many eares of science:these students bring work that is ready for publication and many cases has already been publish then pretty much any breanch of science that you can think of a physics electical engineering and projects are deep and rich and insightful.Lee is from California  ,she wanted to defined a more affective treatment for a  labor canser,she began her reseach four years ago.A scientist that the university  of California DayBirst taught her how to design and do experimenttal work in the labtery :I research a new proch to targting labor canser, by starting the living canser cales that while living normal cells are uneffectived and to go one step futher I brought a survival pass way to make the treatment more effective,Miss Lee pleast face in the intell science talent search ,and was a worsy thirty thousand dollars,Sgope over there  lives near finx Eare ZuNer, he began  using a labtery at the university of Eare ZuNer at the age of fourteen.Over four years ,he completed the project studying in a foungers link to the decrease in MFibins around the world.He was tried to found out if different chemicals  and substances in the water could kill the foungers ,he collected and tested  water senpols across Eare Zuner:I result able to identify at least of a chemicals of significant in the growth in the movement of the foungers.list tenth in the intal compertion and was a twenty dollars.Ven Odaoni of Dennal California one  the top of the world of one hundred thousand dollars in these years intell science talent search.For his mathmatical project, he compared two ways to astimate the school wear root of the interjer ,a number was know fashional parts,Vendi Haoken at the intell foundation says these young people represent the next genernation of scientists who will help of American's future.And that's the VOA special english education report~~~
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This is VOA special english education report.The intel science talent search is the top science competition for high school students in US.The 40 finalists were hornored in Washington last week.They met with scientist and politicans.President Obama welcome them to the White House.these 40 students were selected from almost 2,000 contestants nationwide.They had to present an original research to be judged by professional scientists.the students show their research projects on large posters,the winners were announced March 15th .Wendy is executive director of intel foundation.She says the 40 finalist represent excellence across many areas of science.These students bring work that is really for publication and many cases have already been published,and pretty much branch of science that you can think of psysic of logical engineering. projects are deep and rich and insightful.selina li is from FELOs California.she wanted to find out more effective treatment for liver cancer.she began her reseacher four years ago.a scientist at the university of california Davis taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.I reacher a new approach to targeting liver cancer.um,um,by basically starving a little cancer cells to death while living normal cells on? uneffective.and to go one step further,I block a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.mrs
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This is the VOA Special English Education report.
The intel science talent search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States.The forty finallists were honored in Washington last week.They met with scientists and politicians.President Obama welcomed them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost 2 thousand contestants nation wide.They had to present orginal research to be judged by professional scientists.The students showed their research projects on large posters.The winners were announced March 15th.
Wendy H is the executive director of the intel foundation.She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science you can think of physics electrical engineering.And the projects are deep and rich and in site for...

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

The Intel Science Talent(才能) Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists(参加决赛的人) were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.

These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants(竞争者) nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters(海报). The winners were announced March fifteenth.

Wendy
Hawkins is executive(主管) director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence(优秀) across many areas of science.

These
students bring work that is ready for publication and many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you think of: physics, electrical engineering and the projects are deep and rich and insightful(有深刻见解的).

Selena Li
is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver(肝) cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California Davis taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.

I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.

Ms Li
placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded 30,000 dollars. Scott Boisvert, lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of 14. Over 4 years he completed a project studying a fungus(真菌) linked to a decease in amphibians(两栖动物) around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.

So
my results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and movement on the fungus.

He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.

Ev.
of California won the top of award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional parts(小数部分).

Wendy Hawkins at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists, who will help shape America's future.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. Visit the all new mobile version of our web site where you can read and listen to special English programs and watch captioned(字幕) videos. From your phone or other device, go to voaspeicialenglish.com. I'm C.C.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.

These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.

WH is executive director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.

WH: “These students bring work that is ready for publication, and many cases have already been published. And pretty much any branch of science you can think a physics * engineering. And projects are deep and rich insightful.”

SL is from *, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California, Davis, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory

SL: “I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer. By basically, liver cancer cells death while leaving normal cells are unaffected. And to go * further, I blocked a survival pass way to make the treatment more effective.”

Ms. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.

SF lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he completed a project studying a fungus link to the decrease in an * around the world.

He was tried to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.

SF: “So my results are able to identify a list of chemicals are significant in the growth and movement on the fungus.”

He placed tenth in the Intel Competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.

EA of *, California, won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year’s Intel Science Talent Search for his mathematic project. He compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional parts.

WH at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America’s future.

And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report. Visit the all-new mobile version of our website. Or you can read and listen to special English programs and watch caption videos from your phone or other device go to voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Christopher Cruise.
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This is the voa speical english education report
The intel science Talent search is the top science competition for high schools students in the United states.The forty  finalists were honored in washington last week.They met with scientists and politions.president obama welcome them to the white house.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide.They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists.The students show their research projects on large posters.The winners will announced March fifteenth.
Wendy Hawkins is executive director of intel foundation.she says the forty finalists represented excellence across many ares of science.
WENDY HAWKINS: These students bring work that is ready for publication.and many cases has already been published in pretty much any branch of science than you can think physical electrical engineering.and the projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Selena Li is from Fair Oaks,california.she wanted to find more effective treatment for Liver cancer she began her research four years ago.a scientist at the university of california Davis,talk her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
SELINA LI: I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And, to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Ms Le placed fifth in the intel science Talent search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scott Boisvert lives near Phoenix, Arizona he began using a laboratory at the university of Arizona at age of fourteen.over four years he completed a project studying in a fungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world.he was try to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus.he collected and tested water samples across Arizona .
SCOTT BOISVERT: My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the fungus.
He placed tenth in the intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars   
Evan O'Dorney of Danville,california won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this years intel science talent search.For his mathematical  project he compared two way to estimate square root of an integer,a number with no fractional parts.     
Wendy Hawkins at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.
and that's the voa special english education report,visit the all new mobile version of our website when you can read and listen to special english programs and watch captioned videos from you phone or other device go to voa specialenglish.com.I'm Christopher Cruise.

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