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Science-math competition finalists named

 Samsung today announced the top five finalists in its nationwide Solve for Tomorrow contest, which asked the question: “How can science or math help improve the environment in your community?”
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Samsung today announced the top five finalists in its nationwide Solve for Tomorrow contest, which asked the question: “How can science or math help improve the environment in your community?”

The five finalists will be awarded $80,000 in technology prizes and representatives from these finalist schools will be flown in to New York City for participation in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Awards Ceremony at the Samsung Experience. 

The finalists are:
· Patchogue Medford High School, Medford, New York
· Kokhanok School, Kokhanok, Alaska
· South Shore Charter Public School, Norwell, Massachusetts
· West Salem High School, Salem, Oregon
· Wheeling High School, Wheeling, Illinois

Finalists’ videos can be seen at: www.samsung.com/solvefortomorrow

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