Teens Awarded up to $100,000 in High School Competition

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Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology Winners Announced Who will be tomorrow's Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci or Alexander Graham Bell? The most coveted science prizes awarded to high school students have been announced. Forget the typical high school projects and the exploding volcanoes, these projects may answer some of today's most complex scientific questions. In the nation's premiere math, science and technology competition for high school students, America's science superstars revealed exciting new research projects as they contended for the top prize of a $100,000 college scholarship. Scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 were awarded to teams and individuals placing sixth through second place. The top eighteen finalists included students from California, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Missouri, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Texas and Oregon. Produced for Siemens