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April 11th, 2005
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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