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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 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week, they met with scientists and politicians. Pesident Obama welcomed them to the White House. These 40 students were selected from almost 2,000 contestants nation wide. They had to present the original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners will be announced on Mar 15. Wendy Hogens is an executive director of Itel foundation, she says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science. These students bring work that is ready for publication, and many cases are already been published and pretty much any branch of science you can think physics,electrical engineering and projects are deep,rich and insightful. Selina Lee is from Fireox California, she wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer she began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University California Dabers told 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 the cancer cells death while leaving normal cells unaffected. And to go once up further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Ms.Lee placed sixth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded 30,000 dollars. S B lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He began using the laboratory of the University of Arizona at the age of 14.Over 4 years, he completed the project studying on 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 movement of the fungus. He placed tenth in the Intel Competition and was awarded with 20,000 dollars. Even Ordoney 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 two ways to estimate the square root of an integer,a number with no fractional parts. Wendy H at the Intel Foundation says these young people represented the next generation of scientists who will help to shape America's future.







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The intell science telsearch is the top science competation for high school students in the united states. the 40 final lists were honored in washington last week. they met with scientists and politicians. president obama welcome them to the white house. these 40students were seleted from almost 2000 contestants nation wide. they had to provide original research to be judged by professional scientists. the students show their research projects on large posters. the winners were anounced march 15th. windy hocans is exact the director of intell foundation. she says the 40 final lists represented exalence acoss many  areas  of science. these students  bring work that is ---publication and many cases has already been published . much any branchs of science that  you can think ---- to engering and projects are deep and rich and ----.
  solina lee if from  ---   california , she wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer.she began her sesearch 4 years ago . a scient that att university in california dabous told her how to design and do experimental work in the liberatary.  i research a new approch to rageting liver cancer. by basicly starving a liver cancer -- to death while living normal source uneffected. and to go --- further  i brought a suvival pass way to make the achievement more effective. miss lee played taith in the intell science telserch and was awarded 30,000 dollars.
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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 fourty finalist were honored in Washington last week.They met with scientists and polititions.President Obama welcome them to the White House.These fourty students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nation wide.They had to present a rational 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 exact the diroctor of the Intel foundation.She says the fourty finalists represidented the excellence across many areas of science.
     These students bring work that is ready for publication and that many case has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you can think of physics electrical engeerning.And the projects are deep and rich in sight for...
     Selina Li is from F of California.She wanted to find a more efective treatment for liver cancer.She began her research four years ago.A scientist of the university of California D taught her how to design and do experimential work in the laboratory.
     I researched a new approach to target in liver cancer. By basically studying the liver cancer cells that well living normal cells are unaffected.And to go one step further I brought 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.
     S lives near F,Arozona.He began using a labortary at the University of Arozona at the age of 14.Over four years,he completed the project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in * around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus.He cllected and tested water simples across Arozona.
     So my results were able to identify a list of chamicals that was significant in the growth of the movement of the fungus.
     He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
     Aben Odolia of California won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search.For his mathematical project he compared two ways to estimate the square root of the interger.A number with no frectional parts.When the Halkens at the intel fundation says these young people represent the nest generation of scientists who will help shape the America's future.
     And that's the VOA special English education report.Visit the all new mobilvation of our website where you can read and listen to special English programs and watch caption radios from your phone or other device,go to voaspecialenglish.com,I'm
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The Intel Science telo Research is the science competition for high school students in the US.The 40 finalists were honered in Washington last week.Thet met with scientists and politicians.President Obama welcomed them to the White House.These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nation wide.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 Horkens was an executive directore of the Intel Foundation.She says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.These students bring work that is ready fro publication and in many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science you can think of physics of logical engineering.Projects are deep and rich and in site form.
Salina Li is from Fairokes California.She wanted to find out more effective treatment for liver cancer.She bagan her research 4 years ago.A scientist at the University of California Davis taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I research an new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically studying a liver cancer cells instead while leaving normal cells on the unaffected.And to go one step further I brought a survival passway to make the treatment more effective.
Miss Li plays fifth in the Intel Science telon search amd was awarded 30,000 dollars.Scop Verwell lives near Phoenix A.He began using a laboratory at the University of A at the age of 14.Over 4 years he completed the projects studying a fungas linked to the decrease in ??? around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungas.He cellected and tested water samples aross A
So my results were able to identify a list of chemicals that was significant in the growth and movement on the fungas.
He plays 10th in the Intel Competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.
Aven Odonia of D California won the top award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Intel Science Telonseearch for his mathematical project. He compared two ways to estimate the square root ??? a number with no flexional parts.When the Horcan said the Intel Foundation says this young people represent next generation of scientists who will help shed American's future.

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this is the voa special english education report.the intel science talent search is the top science competition for hight school students in the united states.the forty finalists were honored in washington last week they met  with scinece and politicians.present obama welcome them to the white hose,these forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nation wide.they had to present original research to be juged by professional scientist.the studentes showed their research projects on large pasters the winners will announced march fifteenth.xx is executive director of the intel foundation,she says the forty finalists represented excellence acrosse many areas of science.this students bring work taht is ready for publication and many case has already been publish them pretty much any branch of science that you can thank  a xx college xx and xx are deeps and rich and insideful.xx is from xx california,she want to find more refective treadment for xx cancer.she began he research four years ago a scientist at the university of california xx told he how to design and do experiment to work in the laboratory .i researched an new approach to talk xx cancer  by basicly starting xx why living normal xx on the affected,and to go one sive further i xx survive pass way to make the xx more fact mr lee palys xx in the intel scinece talent serach .and was a what thirty dollars.xx lives near xx xx,he began useing a xx at the university a very xx .at the age of fourteen of four years he complete project sarting in a xx.link to the xx in xx around the world.he was try to find out if different xx and xx in the water can could kill the xx.he collect and test acrosse areo xx.i realize i able to xx he list  xx i xx inthe growth and movement other xx.he plays tens in the intel competition .and was what twenty thousand dollars,xx and are california one of top all of 100 dollars in this year intel science talent search .for his math xx project he can pay two way to ask make the xx rode of the intel xx,number was konwe xx parts.xx as the intel fadation says this young people xx nest generation scientist.ro hope she are ameraca's furtur.







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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 40 finalists were honored in Washinton,last week.They met with scientists and politicians,president Obama welcome them to the White House.This 40 students were selected from almost 2,000 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 were announced,March,15.
Windy Hogens is executive director of the Intel foundation.She says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
This students bring work that is ready for pubulication and many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you could think of physics electrical engineering and projects are deep,rich and insightful.
Selina.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,Davis,taught her how to desigh and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I researched a new approach to targetting with the cancer,by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death while living normal cells unaffected,and to go one step further I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effecter.
Mrs.Lee placed fifth in the Intel science talent search,and rewarded 30,000 dollars.
Scott vover lives near Phenix Arizona,he began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age 14 over 4 years he completed a project study in 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 was able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and movement at other fungus.
He placed 10 in the Intel competition and was rewarded 20,000 dollars.
Erben Odony of Danbial,California won the top award,a 100,000 dollars in this years Intel science talent search.For his mathmatical project,he compare 2 ways to estimate the square rout of an integer,a number with no fractional parts.
Windy Hogens at the Intel foundation said this young people represent the next generation of scientists,who will help shape a America's future.
And That's the VOA special English Education report.

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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 Obma welcome them to the white house.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nation wild.
They had to present all original research to be judged by professional scientists.
The students show their research projects on large posters, the winners will announced March fifteenth.
Wendy Akins is the executive director of the intel foundation, she says the forty finalists represented excellent across many areas of science.
These students bring work that is, oh, ready for publication and many cases has already been published, and pertty much any branch of science that you can think a physics,logic and engineering, and projects are deep and rich in the site for...
Selina Li is from FOK* 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, DBS*, told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I research in newer approach to targeting liver cancer, a, by basically starving a liver cancer cells that while living no more cells on an infected. and to go one cell further I blocked a survive passway to make a treatment more effective.
Miss.Li placed fifth in the intel talent science search, and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scacp WW* lives near Phoenix Arizona, he began using a laboratory at the university of Arizona, that ag* fourteen, over four years he completed the project starting a FGS* link to decrease in af* around world. he was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the FGS*. He collected and tested water samples across  Arizona.
So my resource able to identify a least chemical are significant in a grows of movement of FGS*.
He placed tenth in the intel competition, and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Evan ADN* of Denver California, one the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's intel science talent search. For his mathematic project, he compare tow ways to estimate the square root of integer, a number with no fractional parts.
Wendy HG at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation scientists who will help ship America future.
And that is the voa special english education report. visit the all new moblie version of our web site , where you can read and listen to special english programs and watch cap* video from your phone or other device go to voaspecialenglish.com,I am *.

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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 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week. they met scientist and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House. These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide. They had to present a personal research to be judged by professional scientists. the students show their re pro on large posters. the winners were announced  March 15th.Wendy Hawkens is the Executive director of the entire Foundation. She says the 40 finalists represents excellence across many areas of science. these students bring works that is ready for publication and  in many cases  has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you can think of a physical celetical engineering and the project are deep and rich and insightful. Celina Lee is from Fair Oaks California, she want to find a more effected treatment for liver cancer she began her research 4 years ago. a scientists at the University of California told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory I research a new approach to targeting liver cancer …em.. .by basically starving the liver cancer cell itself to death while leaving normal cell unaffected and to go one step further, I blocked a survivor XX to make the treatment more effected. Miss Lee plays 5th in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded 30,000 dollars. Scart Wather, lives in Phenix Arizona, he began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of 14.Over 4 years, he completed the project studying X link to the decrease in afibian around the word .He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substance could kill the XX , He collected and tested water samples in north Arizona. So my result was able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and movement of XX.  He play 10th In the Intel competition was awarded 20,000 dollars. Evin Ordony of Danviel ,Carlifornia won top of the award of 100,000 dollars in this years Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project, he compared 2 ways to get the square root of a interXX, a number with no fractional parts. Wendy Hawkens at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation scientists who will help shake American's future. And that's the VOA special English Education report. Visit the all new mobile vision of our website where you can read and listen to special English programs and watch carpatual videos from your phone or other device go to voaspecialenglish.com I am Christo Verclus .

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The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in 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 continents 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.
Wendy Hagen is exactly the 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 many case has already been published and pretty much branch of science that you can think of physics electrical engineering.And projects are deep and rich and inside form.
Selina Lee is from  Fare OKS  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 Dabeits, told her how to desire and do experimental work in the laboratory.I researched a new approach to targeting with the cancer, by this the living cancer             why live in normal and it affected.And to go one step further,I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Miss Lee places fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search, and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scott Worvia lives near Phoenix Arizona,he began using a laboratory at the university of Arizona at the age of fourteen.Over four years, he completed the project studied in     link to the decrease in    around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the  ,he collected and tested water samples across Arizona.I results to able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth of move other    .He placed tenth in the Intel competition, and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Oven Odorni of Danvill California won the top of ward of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search.For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square rout of the integer.A number with no fraction parts.
Wendy Hargens at the Intel foundation, says these young people represented the next generation of scientists, who will help shape America's future.



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The intelscience teleresearch is the top science competition for high school student in the United State. 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 2 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 were announced on March fifteenth. Windy Hardens is the executive director of the intel foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellent across many areas of science. These students bring works that is ready for publications and many cases have already been published. Pretty much any branches of science that you can think of physics, electrical engineering and projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Salina Li 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 University of California Daipers taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I research a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving liver cancer cells to death while leaving normal cells to unaffected. And to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Miss Li placed fifth in the intel talent research and was awarded thirty thousand dollars. Scarf Warthere lives near Phoenix Arizonian. He began to use a laboratory in the University of Arizona. At the age of fourteen, over four years, he completed a 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 are significant in the growth and movement of fungus. He placed tenth in the intel competition and was awarded 20 thousand dollars. Evan O’Dorney of Danville California won the top award of 100 thousand dollars in this year’s intel scientist talent research for his mathematical project. He compared two ways to estimate the square root of integer, a number with no fractional part. Windy Hardens at the intel foundation, these young people represent the next generation 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 UNITE STATES.THE 40 FINALISTS WERE HONOR IN WASHINGTON LSAT WEEK. THEY MET WITH SCIENTISTS AND POLITICIANS.PRESIDENT OBAMA  WELCOME THEM TO WHITE HOUSE.THESE 40 STUDENTS WERE SELECTED FROM ALMOST 2000 CONTESTANT NATION WIDE. THEY HAD TO PRESENT A REGIONAL RESEARCH TO BE JUDGED BY PROFESSIONAL SCIENTISTS. THE STUDENTS SHOWED THEIR RESEARCH PROJECTS ON LARGE POSTERS.THE WINNER WILL ANNOUNCED MARCH 15.WENDY IS A EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF INTEL FOUNDATION.SHE SAYS THE 40 FINALISTS REPRESENTED EXCELLENT ACROSS THE MANY AREA OF SCIENCES.SELINA LI IS FROM FIOLD CALIFORNIA.SHE WANTED TO FIND MORE AFFECT TREATMENT FOR LEVER CANCEL. SHE BEGAN HER RESEARCH FOUR YEARS AGO. A SCIENTIST  AT UNIVERSITY OF  CALIFORNIA DAVIS TALK HER HOW TO DESIGN AND DO EXPERIMENTAL WORK IN THE LAB.MISS LI PLACE 5TH IN INTEL SCIENCE TALENT RESEARCH AND WORTH IT 30,000 DOLLARS.SCOT LIVE NEAR PHOENIX ARIZONA.HE BEGAN TO USE A LAB AT UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA AT AGE OF FOURTEEN.OVER FOUR YEARS,HE COMPLETE THE PROJECT, STUDYING A FUNGUS LINK  TO DECREASE IN AN SPICE  AROUND WORLD.HE WAS TRIED TO FIND OUT  IF DIFFERENCE CHEMICALS AND SUBSTANCES IN THE WATER COULD KILL THE FUNGUS.HE COLLECTED AND TESTED  WATER SAMPLE  ACROSS ARIZONA. HE PLACE IN 10TH IN INTEL COMPETITION,AND WORTH 20,000 DOLLARS.                                                   
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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 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week.They met with scientists and polititions.Presendent Obama welcomed them to the Whitehouse.
These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide.They had to present a origional research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters.The winners were anounced march fifteen.
Windy Howkins is the excutive director of the intel foundation.She says the 40 finalists represented excellents across many areas of science.
These students bring work that is ready for publication,many cases has alreay been published in prety much any branch of science that you could think: physicals, electrical egineering and projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Selinna 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,tought her how to design and do experimental work in the labratory.
I research a new approach to target in liver cancer by basically staving  liver cancer cells death while leaving normal cells unaffected and to go one step further, I blocked the survivle pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Mr Li placed fifth in the intel science talent search and was awarded 30,000 dollars.
scott bosier lives near Phoenex Arizoner. He began using a labratory at the University of Arizona at the age of 14.
Over 4 years, he completed the project studying a  fougus 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 fougus.He collected and tested water simples across Arizoner.
So my result could able to identify a list of chemicals that are significant to the growth and the  movement od forgus.
He placed ten in the intel competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.
Even Odorly of Dania, California won the top 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 fractianal parts.
Wendy Howkin at the intel foudation,says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape Amerian future.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report.

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This is the VOA special English education reports.
The intel science telansearch is the top science competition for high school student in the United States. The 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politians.
President Obama welcomed them to the White House. These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide.
They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research project on large posters. The winners were announced margin fifteenth.
Wendy Hargens is executive director of the intel foundation. She says the 40 finalists represented excellents 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 can think a physics electrical engineering, and projects are deep and which and insightful.
Selina Lee is from *, California. She wanted to find the more effective treatment for a liver cancer. She began her research 4 years ago. A scientist that the University of California * taught how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
"I research a new approach to targeting who have a liver cancer by basically starting a liver cancer sounds that why leaving normal * on effected and to go oneself futher a block a survivor passway to make more affective."
Miss Li plays fifth in the intel science talence search and was awarded $30,000.
Scope Warveil lives near * Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the university of Arizona at the age of 14. Over 4 years, he completed project starting in a fange link to the decrease in * around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fanges. He collected an tested water sample across Arizona.
"So my results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant and gross and movement and other fanges."
He plays tenth in the intel competition and was awarded $20,000.
Erven Ordonia of **, California, one the top world of one hundred thousand dollars in this years' intel science talant search.
For his mathmatics project, he compare two ways to estimate the square route of the inter*, a number with no fraction * parts. Wendy Hargens at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help * America's future.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report. The Intel science telesearch* is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honoured in Washington last week. They might were scientists and politicians. 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 showed their research projects on large posters. The winners will announced March Fifteenth.
Wendy* Harcans is exactly director of the Intel foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science. These students bring work that is on ready for publication and many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you can think of physics electrical engineering and projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Selina Lee is from PherOks* 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 Debys* told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory. I researched in a new approuch* to tugger* it in a engli* cancer. By the s* starving liver cancer self that well living almost now on affected. And to go one side further I block a survival passway to make the treatment more affective.Ms plays fifth in the Intel science telensearch* and was a worth thirty thousand dollars.
ScartWerethere* lives near Finix* Arizona*. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he complete a project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in amfibins* 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 result is able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the grows that movement other fungus. He plays tenth in the intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
EvenIdony* of Denbuil* California won the top award a one hundred thousand dollars in this years intel science telesearch*. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an intergy*. A number with no fractional parts. Wendy Harcan* that in the intel foundation says this young people represent the next generation of scientists, who were help shit* American's future. And that's the VOA Special Education Report. Visit the all new mobile vision of our website were you can read or listen to specialenglish 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 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 an original research to be judged by professional scientists.The students showed their research projects on large posters.The winners will announce March fifteenth.

Wendy Hawkins is exerted director of the Intel Foundation.She says the forty-five finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.

Wendy Hawkins,These students bring to work that is ready for publication and  in many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you can think of physics of electronical engineering,and projects are deep and rich and insight for.

S Li is from * California.She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer.She began her research four years ago.A scientist that in the University of California * taught her how to design and do experiment work in the laboratory.

S Li,I research a new approach to tackling liver cancer.And by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death.While leaving normal cells uneffected.And to go one step further,I brought a survival pass away to make the treament more effective.

Ms.Li placed fifth in the Intel Scientists Talen Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.

S lives near Arizona.He began using a laboratory of the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen.Over four years,he completed the project started in a fungus linked to 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.

S,Some areas are still unable to identify at least * chemicals or significant in the growth of movement of gungus.

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

A or D of D California won the top award,a one hundred thousand dollars,in this year's Intel Science Talent Search.For his mathematical project,he compared two ways to estimate the square root of integer,a number with no fractional parts.

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

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