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South River High students shell-shocked over Intel prize
South River High students shell-shocked over Intel prize

South River High School sophomores Allison Marie Raines and Sally Albright recently discovered what happens when you combine an interest in chemistry with a passion for protecting Chesapeake Bay oysters. The result was a first prize for environmental management at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles for a project that detailed the effect that chemicals used in antifreeze can have on oyster populations. The two students, who are enrolled in the school's science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program, captured the fair's $3,000 first prize. A $1,000 grant will also be given to their school, one of two county schools that offer magnet...

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