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Seimens Westinghouse Science Winners Announced

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Seimens Westinghouse Science Winners Announced

Seimens Westinghouse Science Winners Announced

Seimens Westinghouse Science Winners Announced

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A 16-year-old home-schooled student from California won the top individual prize and two students from Arizona took the top team award in the annual Siemens Westinghouse science competition. Michael Viscardi of San Diego won a $100,000 scholarship for math work that could help in the design of airplane wings. Anne Lee and Albert Shieh won for work in genetics that could help locate the roots of such diseases as Alzheimer's and autism.