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TMCNet:  Photo of Intel Science Talent Search Winners Available on Business Wire's Website and AP PhotoExpress

[March 13, 2013]

Photo of Intel Science Talent Search Winners Available on Business Wire's Website and AP PhotoExpress

WASHINGTON --(Business Wire)--

First-place winner Sara Volz, 17, of Colorado Springs, Colo. (center), second-place winner Jonah Kallenbach, 17, of Ambler, Pa. (left), and third-place winner Adam Bowman, 17, of Brentwood, Tenn. (right) celebrate their awards at the Intel (News - Alert) Science Talent Search, the nation's oldest and most prestigious high school science research competition. A program of Society for Science & the Public, the competition encourages high school seniors to seek solutions to some of the world's largest problems, from medical treatments to environmental solutions.

First-place winner Sara Volz, 17, of Colorado Springs, Colo. (center), second-place winner Jonah Kal ...

First-place winner Sara Volz, 17, of Colorado Springs, Colo. (center), second-place winner Jonah Kallenbach, 17, of Ambler, Pa. (left), and third-place winner Adam Bowman, 17, of Brentwood, Tenn. (right) celebrate their awards at the Intel Science Talent Search, the nation's oldest and most prestigious high school science research competition. A program of Society for Science & the Public, the competition encourages high school seniors to seek solutions to some of the world's largest problems, from medical treatments to environmental solutions. (Photo: Business Wire)


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