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April 18, 2014 3:30 PM

Notables, April 23

Alec Arshavsky, of Chapel Hill, has been named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. Arshavsky is a senior at East Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill. He developed an algorithm that automatically identifies the three-dimensional structure of corneal tissue for his bioengineering project. The Intel Science Talent Search is a prestigious science competition for high school seniors. Alec is among 40 finalists representing 33 schools from 14 states.

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