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17-year-old Shree Bose from Fort Worth was awarded for her research on a chemotherapy drug, cisplatin, that is commonly used to treat women with ovarian cancer. Bose discovered a cellular energy protein that could keep cells from growing resistant to cisplatin over time.
In the 15-16 age group, Naomi Shah won with her study of the effects of air quality on lungs, focusing on individuals with asthma. Lauren Hodge dominated the 13-14 age group with her research on whether various marinades reduce the level of carcinogens and other cancer-causing compounds produced when grilling meat.
This year, the competition will heat up again for Google’s second-ever student science competition. The 2012 Google Science Fair launched yesterday, and is now accepting entries from students ages 13-18 from around the world.
Hear the Girls Discuss Award-Winning Research At TEDxWomen