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updated: 9/9/2013 7:33 AM

Research grants available for Indiana high school students

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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana students in grades 9-12 can apply for grants up to $300 to help pay for designing, conducting and evaluating independent research projects.

The Indiana Academy of Science provides the grants. It says the deadline for submitting proposals in Oct. 25.

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To be considered, students must prepare a proposal according to the academy's guidelines. Those guidelines can be found online at

The Indiana Academy of Science is a 128-year-old professional organization for industry and academic scientists, science educators and undergraduate and graduate science students in the state of Indiana.

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