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Teen Advances Science Under Her Bed (VOA On Assignment Mar. 29)i
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March 29, 2013 4:07 PM
VOA correspondent Suzanne Presto sits down with On Assignment's Alex Villarreal to talk about this year's finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search. Suzanne says the teens made advances well beyond their years, in research fields from alternative energy to cancer detection. The high school student who won the contest and its $100,000 prize discovered a way to make algae produce more oil for use as a cheap source of biofuel, And she did it all under her bed.

Teen Advances Science Under Her Bed (VOA On Assignment Mar. 29)

Published March 29, 2013

VOA correspondent Suzanne Presto sits down with On Assignment's Alex Villarreal to talk about this year's finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search. Suzanne says the teens made advances well beyond their years, in research fields from alternative energy to cancer detection. The high school student who won the contest and its $100,000 prize discovered a way to make algae produce more oil for use as a cheap source of biofuel, And she did it all under her bed.