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Siemens50K

This week in Washington, DC, Newton North HS junior Kavish Gandhi and his teammate from Lexington, Noah Golowich, won a $50,000 scholarship for winning second place nationwide in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology.  This is a huge achievement, likely leading to universities competing for bragging rights for being chosen by these students.  If you want to see some high-school juniors presenting what one judge calls “Ph.D-level research,” watch this amazing 12-minute video of their their prize-winning talk, Partition Regularity of Linear Homogeneous Equations and InequalitiesNewtonSTEM.org has more details about their achievements at the national and regional levels.







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