Thursday, January 31, 2008

Eight Indian Americans in 'junior Noble' race

Indian American kids have continued to perform well and impress. Here
are a few more that are making waves --

From MSN India --
"Eight Indian American high school seniors are among forty high school
seniors named finalists in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search
2008. The competition, often called the junior Nobel Prize, is
America's oldest and most prestigious high school science competition.
Each finalist will receive at least $5,000 in scholarships and a new

The finalists will display their research at the National Academy of
Sciences and meet in Washington, D.C. in March for a rigorous judging
process, meetings and interactions with national leaders and leading
scientists. The top winner will receive a $100,000 scholarship from
the Intel Foundation. The finalists' independent research projects
include diverse areas and interesting findings."

For the full report and complete details ---

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