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November 10th, 2004

Mariangela Lisanti, a laureate in the making

Mariangela Lisanti remains on track to become a prominent name in the scientific community. If the Intel Science Talent Search Award is any indicator, she has a reasonable shot at taking a real Nobel at some point in her career. In 2001, she won the Intel award while a senior in high school for a project measuring conductance in gold nanowires.


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