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PORTLAND, Ore., May 14, 2004 - Three teens today won $50,000 scholarships at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) for projects exploring the ocean floor for clues on the earth's origin, computer science research that could lead to greatly enhanced computer graphics, and an inexpensive, scanning tunneling microscope.

Sarah Rose Langberg, Fort Myers, Florida; Uwe Treske, Grafenhainichen, Germany; and Yuanchen Zhu, Shanghai, China prevailed over more than 1,300 students to win the top prize and be named Intel Young Scientists.

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Posted: May 14, 2004 |  By: Wissen Schwamm
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