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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Accountacy Students held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
12 Nov 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Medical Transcription Services Students (July 27, 2007 Olongapo City Convention Center)
12 Nov 2007
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Funny Mouth Show To Collage Student
13 Jan 2008
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Dedication In Senior Students In My School 15.11.07! Blinded girls were told that there are many obstacles :D It was very fun indeed! Tallinn, Estonia, Central Russian Gymnasium of Tallinn 15.11.07
17 Nov 2007
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Try and guess the mystery student!
18 Nov 2007
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Islam- Blind Student Reciting Qur'an
21 Nov 2007
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UAB Grad Student Chelsea Umbach attends class from her hospital bed while awaiting a heart/lung transplant. Thanks to English Professor Flowers Braswell, organ transplantation is no excuse for tardiness...
27 Nov 2007
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Call it the 'Super Bowl of Science.' The players at this match-up are among the brightest young minds in the United States. They are the winners of the nation's premiere math, science and technology competition for high school students. And for the first time in the nine year-history of the Siemens Competition, girls swept the top prizes in both categories. Isha Jain, a senior at Freedom High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, won the $100,000 scholarship in the individual category for her research on bone growth. Janelle Schlossberger and Amanda Marinoff, seniors at Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School in Plainview, New York, won the $100,000 prize (which they will share) in the team category for their research on tuberculosis. All finalists walked away with scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $100,000 after having beaten out more than 1,600 contestants. There were six individuals and six team finalists. This year's projects include a webcam monitoring system to ensure the safe cooking of hamburgers that could help prevent E. Coli breakouts in the fast food industry; the discovery of a gene that could make tumors resistant to a common breast cancer drug; discoveries about the oceans with important implications for the global climate; and research that could lead to more effective treatment of brain tumors, the next generation of anti-tuberculosis drugs, new ways to treat Herpes Simplex Virus and even help people avoid jet lag and insomnia. Produced for Siemens
5 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Engineering Students, held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
7 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Hotel and Restaurant Management Students, held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
7 Dec 2007
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Sustainable Living students at Maharishi University created a biodiesel processor.
7 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Vocational Technology Students held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
11 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Custom Administration Students held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
11 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Computer Studies Students held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
12 Dec 2007
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Lyceum of Subic Bay Dance Evolution 2007 Business Administration Students, held Olongapo City Convention Center (July 27, 2007)
13 Dec 2007
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a funny scene of how Vietnamese students deal with each during break time
16 Dec 2007
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