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Current Home: Tuckahoe, United States of America

In 1999, Discovery Communications, Inc. in partnership with Science Service created the Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) to enable middle school students to participate in a national science competition. The DCYSC is designed to award students in the 5th through 8th grades for their knowledge of science and their ability to communicate effectively about science. By leading this initiative targeting middle school students, Discovery Communications, Inc. hopes to encourage young children who are interested in science at the elementary and middle school level to continue their