Teens excel with award-winning science projects

The high school winners and finalists in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology include many teens who are gifted like Raphael-Joel Lim, 17, who sometimes struggle to find acceptance but have bright futures. "These remarkable students have achieved the most coveted and competitive high school science recognition," said Thomas McCausland, chairman of the Siemens Foundation. "There is no doubt that these scholars will change the world, starting right now, with their passion for math and science."

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