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High School Student Develops Chemical-detecting Robot

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Photo of Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her robot

Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her robot, which won the Project of the Year Award at this year's California State Science Fair.

Credit: UC San Diego


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Photo of Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her mentors from UCSD.

Anna Kornfeld Simpson, center, with her mentors from the University of California, San Diego--Professor Michael Sailor, right, and graduate student Anne Ruminski, left.

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