Prestigious competition inspires scientific research

03/7/2007 | NYTimes.com

The 65-year-old Intel Science Talent Search, in which 40 finalists compete for a $100,000 scholarship, has produced six Nobel Prize winners and programs in nearly 500 U.S. high schools to teach students to conduct cutting-edge research.

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