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April 11th, 2005
Texas' Top Science Students Receive Honors
Nearly 200 Texas students were awarded top honors for their science and engineering projects at the 2005 ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair.
Results include: Senior Grand Prize Life Sciences, Senior Division, Annick Michelle McIntosh (Houston), Toxic Nanoparticles; Amelia Lin (Plano), Size Doesn't Matter: A Study on Nanotube Locational Trends and Creation of Artificial Nanotubes.
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