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Young scientists compete for $100,000 prize

Minhye Kim of Brookline High School poses for a picture being taken by her father (right). The Brookline High School student, who conducted diabetes research, qualified as a regional finalist for the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. Minhye Kim of Brookline High School poses for a picture being taken by her father (right). The Brookline High School student, who conducted diabetes research, qualified as a regional finalist for the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. (Rose Lincoln for The Boston Globe)
By Hannah McBride
Globe Correspondent / November 8, 2009

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When Minhye Kim was 6 years old, she visited her father at his office at Harvard Medical School. She petted the laboratory mice and played with his microscopes, looking at stained cells on glass slides. (Full article: 513 words)

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