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BH-BL student vies for ‘Junior Nobel’

Samantha Scibelli, seated, has been named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake senior and her teacher, Regina Reals, will get to attend the awards ceremony in March in Washington, D.C.
Samantha Scibelli, seated, has been named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake senior and her teacher, Regina Reals, will get to attend the awards ceremony in March in Washington, D.C.
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Scientists perusing Samantha Scibelli’s astronomy research at conferences ask her what graduate school she attends. Giving the answer makes her smile — she’s a senior at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School. Scibelli’s research project, where she revealed issues with a public astronomy database that could hinder other astronomers’ research, has earned her a spot as an Intel Science Talent Search finalist. The town of Ballston teen, whose parents are Anthony and Julie Scibelli, is one ...


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