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March 9th, 2004

Local science expo launches students into larger contests

Abstract:
A Hillsboro student earned a spot in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair at last week's Beaverton Hillsboro Science Expo. Glencoe High School senior Allison Solanki earned an alternate finalist position for her research in nanotechnology. Solanki also received the American Society of Materials Science International Foundation Prize and an overall fourth place in engineering.

Source:
The Hillsboro Argus

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