Two students from New Mexico's Albuquerque Academy who designed computer software to investigate how cancer develops took first place in the 15th Adventures in Supercomputing Challenge for middle school and high school students April 26.

Karalyn Baca and Punit Shah each earned a $1,000 U.S. savings bond for their project, "A Computer Program for Tracking Cancer Development and Movement." Their teacher, Jim Mims, received a computer monitor for his classroom.

Second place went to a team from New Mexico's Silver High School. Adam Cummings, Cyrus Marcum, and David Saxton each...

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