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November 5th, 2007
High school students present their theories
Fourteen high school students from Texas, Louisiana and Oregon competed Saturday in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology hosted at UT and administered by the College Board.
Students presented to the public on Friday and then to the judge's panel on Saturday. Projects covered math and science fields ranging from game theory to nanotechnology.
"We are hoping to inspire the next generation of scientists and mathematicians and engineers by celebrating their achievements and by making this a coveted prize," said James Whaley, president of the Siemens Foundation.
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