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Mathematics and Biochemistry Research Earn Top Prize at Nation's Premier High School Science Competition
Date:11/7/2009

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  • William Newberry, Greenwich High School, Greenwich, CT
  • Regional Finalists in the team category were:

    • Roger Curley and Dalton Wu, Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, MD
    • Brittney Joyce and Andrew Walsh, Lexington High School, Lexington, MA
    • Keenan Monks, Hazleton Area High School, Hazleton, PA; and Benjamin Kraft, Liberty High School, Bethlehem, PA
    • Jennifer Wang, Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, MD; and Grace Young, The Potomac School, McLean, VA

    The Siemens Competition

    The Siemens Competition was launched in 1998 to recognize America's best and brightest math and science students. A record number of 1,348 projects were received this year for the Siemens Competition, an increase of 12 percent over 2008 figures. The number of students submitting projects increased by 14 percent while more students than ever, 2,151, registered to enter.

    Entries are judged at the regional level by esteemed scientists at six leading research universities which host the regional competitions: California Institute of Technology; Carnegie Mellon University; Georgia Institute of Technology; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; University of Notre Dame; and The University of Texas at Austin.

    Winners of the regional events are invited to compete at the National Finals at New York University in New York City, December 3 - December 7, 2009. Visit www.siemens-foundation.org on December 7, 2009 at 9:30 am EST to view a live webcast of the National Finalist Award Presentation. You can also log into and follow the Siemens Foundation on Twitter (http://twitter.com/SFoundation) for the latest information and announcements throughout this year's competition.

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