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Science Students Win $100,000 Prize
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Science Students Win $100,000 Prize

Science Students Win $100,000 Prize

Science Students Win $100,000 Prize
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Siemens Westinghouse announces the winners of its annual competition for high school students in math, science and technology. Each wins a $100,000 prize. Lucie Guo and her team researched the genetics of breast cancer and Aaron Goldin invented a device that creates electricity out of ocean waves.

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