Whiz kids win awards for advancing science

08/8/2013 | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

High-school students have won awards recently for significant advances in medical science, including a new method to detect pancreatic cancer, "nanobullets" that target tumor cells and a cellular automaton model that could help researchers detect different mechanisms in neurological diseases. Other young scientists have won awards for the discovery of mechanisms underlying Parkinson's disease pathogenesis and a global neural network for detecting breast cancer.

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