Student, 17, Wins $100,000 Scholarship for Cancer Treatment Invention

Student, 17, Wins $100,000 Scholarship for Cancer Treatment Invention

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Asian student wins Siemens science contestYou can’t put a price on the importance of medical innovation, but $100,000 will do nicely for a Cupertino, California high school senior.

Angela Zhang was among the top scientific students in the finals of the 2011 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology last weekend at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Competition judges compared Zhang’s created microscopic nanoparticle to a “Swiss Army knife of cancer treatment”.

(READ the full story at Mercury News)

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