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Intel science talent search

The Long Island teen whose story of academic excellence while her family fell into homelessness was back in the news yesterday.
Garvey said on the Today Show, "I would say that my research, my science, has been my ticket out."
Aww—more good things for an inspiring high school student.
Rep. Steve Israel says, "She is the epitome of the American dream."
"I do well and I pursue my passion because it’s what I have and it’s a way out, you know, and it’ll lead to better things."
Good news for Long Island's John L. Miller-Great Neck North HS!
(via) Stuyvesant, Bronx Science and Brooklyn Tech students—actually, New York City
NY State has the most semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search,
Two New Yorkers were awarded Rhodes Scholarships this past weekend. The Big
It's that time of year again - when the semi-finalists are the
David Bauer of the Bronx won the Intel Science Prize, bringing back
The Daily News looks at some evidence that suggests Stuyvesant High School's
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