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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 projects are deep and rich and insightful.
selena li is from fair oaks 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.
I reasearched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancers sells to death ,while leaving 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 scient talent reserch and was awarded thirty thousands dollars.
** lives near ** ,he began using a laboratory at the university at arizona at the age of fourteen,over four years he completed a project studying  a fungus linked to the decrease in emphibians around the world.
he was tring 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 the list of chemical that were
significant  in the  growth and movement of the fungus.
he placed the tenth in the intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
**aven won the top  awarded of one  hundred thousand dollars,in this year intel science talent reseach , for his mathematical project ,he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer,a number with no fractional part.
wendy hawkins as the intel fundation says this young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape america's future.


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This is the VOA Special English Education Report. The intell science talent search is the top science competition for highschool students in the United States. The forty final lists was 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 contestents 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 Hukens is the executive director of the intell fundation. She says the forty final lists represented excellence 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 of physics, eletrical, engineering and the projects are deep and rich and insightful. Selena Lee is from fairox California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She bagan 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 target cancer by basicly stoping the liver cancer cells death while leaving normal cells uneffective and to go one step further I blogged a survival passway to make the treatment more effective. Ms Lee placed fifth in the intell science talent search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars. lives near Finex Arizona. He began using a labortory at the University of Arizona at the age of 14. Over four years, he completed the project, studying a funges linked to the decrease in ansibian around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substences in the water could kill the funges. 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 of the movement on the funges. He placed tenth in the intell-competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars. Even Odorny of Danbill California won the top award of 100000 dollars in this year's intell-science-talent search. For his mathmetical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square route of an interger, a number with no fractional parts. Wendy at the intell fundation says these young people represents the next generation of scientisits who will help shape American's furture.


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The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States.
The forty finalists were owned Washington last week. They met with scientists and poretations.
President Obama welcome them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contastance 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 much fifteenth.
** is the executive director of the Intel Foundation.
She says the forty finalists represent excellence across many areas of science.
“These students spring work that is ready for publication and many cases have already been published.   and science that you can think physical and engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and inside for.”
*Li is from    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 labs told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
“I research a new approach to   cancer, by be sickly starting cancer health will living normal health unexpected. And to go one further I blog survival passway to make the treatment more effect.”
Ms.Li pleased face Intel Science Talent Search and worth thirty thousand dollars.
** lives    Arizona.
He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age fourteen.
Over four years, he completed the project starting in fungers link to decrease in amphibians around the world. He was tried to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill fungers. He collected and tested water samples across every zone.
“So my result is able to identify a least of chemical and significance in the groups and government on the focus.”
He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was worth it twenty thousand dollars.
**  of   California won the top world of 100 thousand dollars in this year’s Intel Science Talent Search.
For his mathematical project he compared two ways to estimate the squire route of the integer(整数), a number with no fractional part.
** at the Intel Foundation says the young people represent the next generation of scientists who were helpship on America’s future.
And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report. Visit all the  version about website you can read or listen to Special English programs and watch caption radios from your phone or other devices. Go to VOASpecialEnglish.com.
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This is the VOA Special English education report.The intel science talent search is the top science competetion for high school students in United States.The forty finalists were honored in Washington.They met with scientist and polications.Presedent Obama welcomed them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestents nationwide.They had to present original research to be judged by profesional scientists.The students show their research projects on large posters.The winners were annouced March fifteenth.
Windy Hargens is the executive director of the intel founation.She says the forty represented excellent aross many areas of science.These students bing work that is ready for publication and many many cases has already been pubilshed in pretty much branch of science that you can think of physical electrical engineering.Projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Selina Li is form Fair Okas California,she want to find more effective treatment for liver canceer.She began her research four years ago.A scientist at university of California Davins tought her how to design and do experimental work in the labtory.I research an new approach to targeting liver canceer.By this liver canceer cell to death while liv normal cells on ,and to go one  further I blocked a suvival pathway to make the treatment more effective.Ms. Li places fifth in the Intel Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Sgop Ot lives near fi area owner.He began using a labortory at the University of   at age of fourteen.Over four years he completed the porject studying a funges led to the decrease in an fibis around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemical and substance in the water to kill the funges.He collect and test water samples across areas owner.Through my result,I dentify the list chemicals and senificant in the growth of move and other funges.He placed in the intel competetion and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Ovin of Danial California won the top award a hundard thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search.For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estemed the square unber inter ,the number with no  part.
Windy Hargens at the intel foundation says these young people respersent the next generation of scientist who will help shape America's future.
That's the VOA Special English educationn report.These is the  all-new   above our website where you can read and listen to special english programs,and watch caption vedios form your phone or other device go to VOAspecialenglish.com.

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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.

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

WENDY HAWKINS: "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."

Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, 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.

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. Li 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 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.

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

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

WENDY HAWKINS: "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."

Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, 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.

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. Li 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 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.

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 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 Hawkins at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.
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The intel Science talnent is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finesses were honored in Washinton last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcome them to the White House. These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contesters nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their reseach projects on large practice. The winners were announced Much Fifteen. Windy Harkens is exactly the director of the intel foundation . She says the forty finenesses represented exellence accross many areas of science. This duty has been worked ? many publication and in many cases has already been pulished putting in many braches of science that you could have ? like physics electrical engineering and projects of deep and rich and insight form   Shelina Lee is from ? Canifornia . She wanted to define a more expected treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at her university at Canifornia ? taught her how to design and do experimental work in the labortary. I research a new approach to target it in the ? cancer. By the secrete study thousands of the cancer start to .??  And to go one study further I block their survive rate to make the .. more Ms Lee place fifth in the intel science talence research and was awarded thirty thousand dollars. S.W. lives in the F. A.. He began using a labortary at the university of B. at the age of forteen. Over four years he completed the project studying in a f? linked to the decrease in amfibians around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the f? . He collected untested water samples across Arizona. Surm? was identified. They released chemicals and significantly ? limit the growth of the founders. He placed tenth in the intel talent competetion and was awarded tewnty thousan dollara . Allen O of Denvil Canifornia won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's intel talence research. For his mathmetical project, he compared two ways to estimate the sqaure root upon integral, a number with no fractional pots. Windy H at the intel foundation, says these young people represented the next generation of scientists who will help shape the American future.
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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 scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them into the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. 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 fifteenth.
Wendy Hokins is executive director of the Intel foundation. She says the forty finalists represent excellence across many areas of science.
These students bring works on prophetic are already published their and many cases have been published and the projects are deep and rich and sightful.
Selina Lee is from Firefox, 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 ** taught her how to design and do the experiment in the laboratory.
I research a new approach to targeting liver cancer and by ** . And to go one self further, I walk a survival to make the treatment more effective.
Miss Lee placed face in the talent search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars. Scop Warware lives near Phoenix Arizona. He began using a laboratory of University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he completed the project studying the 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 killed the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.
So my result was able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and movement of the fungus.
He played tenth in the competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Even Adony of Dabill California won a top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel talent search. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square root of a ***. A number with no fracianal** parts. When Hokins in the hotel 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 about our website where you can read and listen to special English programs and watch caption vedios from your phone and 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 wlecomed 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.
    Wendy Hawkins 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 in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich insightful.
    Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, 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.
    I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the mormal 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 Research and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scott Boisvert 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 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 significant in the growth and movement of the fungus.
He placed tenth in the Intel competiton and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Evan O'Dorney of Danville, California, won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Research. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the 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 Amercia's future.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. Visit the all-new mobile version of our website where you can read and listen to Special English programs and watch captioned 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 telant search is the top scientist competation for high school students in the united States.The forty finalists were honored in Washinton last week.They met scientist and politicians.president Obama welcomed them to the white house.These forty students were selected from almost two thousand competians nation wild.they had to present original research to be judged by professional scientist.The student showed their research projects on large posters.The winners were annouced March fifteenth.wendy hawken is ex..director of the Intel Foundation.She says the forty finalists represented excelents across many ares in science.These student 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,physics,electrical engineering,and projects are deep and rich and insideful.Serena lee is from fari..California.she wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer.She began he research four years ago.A scientist at the university of california ,Dabers,taught her how to disign and do experimental work in the labratory.I reserached in new approch to targating  liver cancer.  By basically starving a liver cancer cells that while living normar cells are unaffected.And to go one step further,  I blocked a survival pass way to let the treatment more effective.Miss lee placed fifth in the Intel telant search and was awarded thirty thousand dorllars.Skaf watheir,lives near phoenix,Arizona.He began using a labratory at the university of Arizona.At the age of forteen,over four years he compeleted the project studying a fongers linked to the decrease in amphebians around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substencise in the water will kill the fongers.He collected and texted water samples across Arizona.so my result were able to identify a list chemical that were significant in the growth movement of fongers.He placed tenth in theIntel competation and was awarded twenty thousend dorllars.   

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This is the VOA SE 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’ nation wide. 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.
Windy Hargons is exact director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented accelants across many areas of sciense.
“These students bring work that is radifer publication in many cases has almost 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 Li is from Fear ox California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for a 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.
“I researched a new approach to target in liver cancer. By basically starting a liver cancer cells that, while living normal cells unaffected. And to go what’s that further, I blocked a survival pass way to make the treatment more effective.”
Miss Li placed fifth in the Intel science talent search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
S 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 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 result is able to identify a list of chemicals that was significant in the growth and movement of fungus.” He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Even A of Danvil 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.
Windy Hargons at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shay Americans’ Future.
And that’s the VOA SE Education report. Visit the all-new mobile version of our website were 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 Christiver Cruze.
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This is the VOA special English Education Report.The Intel science talent search is the top science compeyitaion for high school students in the United States.The 40 finalists were hornered in Washington last week.They met with scientists and politations.President Obama welcomed them to the White House.These 40 students were selected from almost 2 thousand contests nationwide. They had to present their personal research to be judged by professional scientists.The students showed their reasearch projects on large posters. The winners were announced march 15. Wendy Honkins is the exacted director of the Intel Foundation. She says the 40 finalists represented excellent 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 sciene that you can think of, physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and excitedful.Selia Li is from Fair Oaks, 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 expe===work in the laratory.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 pa== to make the treatment more effective.Ms. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.Scott Bo== lives near === === He began using a laboratory at the University of == 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 == in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across ==.My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the f==.He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars. E== D== 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 an integer, a number with no fractional parts. Wendy Honkins 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 where you can read and listen to Special English programs and watch captioned videos. From your phone or other device, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Christ= 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 * 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 * nationwide.They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists.
This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The Intel Science Talent Search
The students showed their research projects on large posters.The winners were announced March fifteenth.Wendy * is * 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 in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, electrical engineering.And the projects are deep and rich and insightful.”* Lee 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,* , taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory. I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically *living cancer cells to death while leaving 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 thirty thousand dollars.Scott * lives near *, 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 *,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 * .He collected and tested water * across Arizona. My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the * .
He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.*, 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 an *,a number with no fractional part. Wendy * 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 education report.Visit the all new mobile version of our website where you can read and listen to special English program and watch * videos from your phone or other device.Go to VOA special English.com.I'm *.






  


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The Inter 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 winner were announced March 15th.
Wendy Hawinks is executive director of the Inter foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellent across many areas of science.
These students bring work that is ready for publication, and in mnay cases has already been pulished, in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of physics、electrical、engineering and projects are deep and rich and insightful.
Selina Li is from Fair Oaks, 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.
I research a new approach to targeting liver cancer. By basically, staring  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 treament more effective.
Ms Li placed fifth in the Inter 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 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 that was 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 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 Hawinks at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists, who will help shape American's future.

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