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Rishab Jain, a student from Stoller Middle School in Beaverton, uses a reader board to help visualize his invention of using artificial intelligence software to potentially improve the effectiveness of pancreatic cancer treatment. He is one of 10 finalists chosen across the nation to compete for the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” and a prize of $25,000.

Rishab Jain, a student from Stoller Middle School in Beaverton, uses a reader board to help visualize his invention of using artificial intelligence software to potentially improve the effectiveness of pancreatic cancer treatment. He is one of 10 finalists chosen across the nation to compete for the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” and a prize of $25,000.

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Young inventor competes for top prize

Rishab Jain, a soon-to-be eighth grader at Stoller Middle School in Beaverton, was one of 10 finalists chosen to fight for the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” for his cancer treatment innovation.