Not your high school science fair: A radio postcard from the Intel Science Talent Search

Molly Wood Mar 18, 2013
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Not your high school science fair: A radio postcard from the Intel Science Talent Search

Molly Wood Mar 18, 2013
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Remember your high school science fair? Those rooms lined with volcanoes, toy robotics, and potato powered light bulbs? Now, put that science fair on steroids, and you get some impressive innovation such as oil-producing algae and new cancer treatments.

Click on the audio player above to hear a radio postcard from two of the 40 high school students from around the country that gathered in Washington D.C. recently to compete in the annual Intel Science Talent Search. See this years top 10 winners here.

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