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February 17th, 2005

2005 College Academic All-Stars First Team

Abstract:
Jordan Paul Amadio, Princeton University: Home: Cazenovia, N.Y.; Age: 21; Major: Physics; GPA: 3.86; Graduating: May; Career goal: Physician, global science advocate, writer. Accomplishments: A physics major with minors in biophysics, materials engineering and Italian literature, Amadio developed nanotechnology techniques that may lead to improved biomedical devices and investigated the molecular pathway of Alzheimer's disease.

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