Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

For his invention of the Pancreatic Cancer Deep Learning System (PCDLS) tool, Rishab Jain, 13, of Oregon, was conferred with the title of ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’, awarded the grand prize of 25,000 dollars, and an opportunity to attend a taping of a Discovery Network show. Continue reading Indian-American teen Rishab Jain crowned America’s Top Young Scientist

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Fifty percent of finalists for the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge are Indian-American whiz kids

Fifty percent of finalists for the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge are Indian-American whiz kids

The budding scientists will compete in the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge for a grand prize of 25,000 dollars, the title of ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’, and an opportunity to attend the taping of a Discovery Network show. Continue reading Fifty percent of finalists for the 2018 Young Scientist Challenge are Indian-American whiz kids