2 Israeli teenagers win prizes in EU science competition

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September 30, 2010 18:22

 
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Two Israeli teenagers were announced on Thursday to be among the winners of an EU competition for young scientists held this past week in Lisbon, Portugal, Israeli Radio reported.

Eighteen-year-old Natty Aspis from Kibbutz Sasa won a prize of 2,500 euro for his research on the effect of the protein Galactin-8 on the bone absorption process.

Nineteen-year-old Pavel Fedayev from Arad also won a free trip to Chile for his research on the genesis of stars.

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