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WASHINGTON (AP) — A high school student from California won a $100,000 scholarship Monday for research that created a tiny particle she likened to a “Swiss army knife of cancer treatments” because of its precision in targeting cancer tumors.
Angela Zhang, 17, of Cupertino, Calif., won top individual honors at the Siemens Foundation’s annual high school science competition, which announced winners in Washington. Top team honors went to a pair of students from Oak Ridge, Tenn., for their research using gaming technology to analyze the motion involved in walking.Cassee Cain and Ziyuan Liu, both 17, will share a $100,000 scholarship.
Angela Zhang, a 17-year-old high school student from California, finds a cure for cancer!
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Bu Xiang Dong DeAngela Zhang
Wo bu xiang she de bu xiang dong de
I don’t want to let go, I don’t want to understand
Shi shui re shui yan bu you zhong
Regardless of who provoked who, we didn’t mean it in our words
Shuo huang shang hai dou shi bu an fan de cuo
Hurting each other with lies, is all due to our feeling of insecurity
Pa bao bu jin shen me
Because we are afraid of not being able to grasp something