Teens competing for Siemens science prizes in DC

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Nineteen high school students from ten states are in Washington competing for science prizes worth up to $100,000 in scholarship money.

The students are taking part in this year's Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. The teens will learn the winners of this year's competition in a ceremony Tuesday at George Washington University.

Six students are competing for top individual honors, and six teams are competing for team honors. The top prize in both team and individual categories is a $100,000 scholarship.

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