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2006 Intel Science Talent Search

Posted on Thursday, January 26, 2006 by for Awards, STS.

Now in its 65th year, the Intel Science Talent Search (STS) is the oldest and most highly-regarded science competition in the United States. Midwood students have a long and distinguished record of superior performance in this "Junior Nobel Prize". In the year 2006, Midwood had three semifinalists.

Semifinalists

  • Kerry Li
    Determination of Functional Domains of a Platelet Cell Adhesion Molecule by Site-directed Mutagenesis
  • Elina Melamed
    Analysis of nutrition and health of children from a 1st–6th Century AD cemetary at Sirmium, Serbia.
  • Michael Vishnevetsky
    Genetically Induced Expression of the p53-derived PNC-28 Peptide Elicits Selective Apoptosis
    in Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells
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