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Anika Chebrolu, 14, was named America's Top Young Scientist at the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge. Find out about her promising work on the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

AP teen’s Covid drug work wins US award Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old Indian-American from Guntur, on Monday won the 2020 3M young scientist challenge for developing a potential treatment process for #COVID19  via @TOICitiesNews 

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A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Anika Chebrolu is 14 and discovered a potential treatment for COVID-19. Anika joins LX News to share the details about her research – and which celebrity’s Instagram post about it made her cry. #NBCCT  #NBCLX 

Anika Chebrolu, a 14 year old from Frisco Texas, won the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge and a $25,000 prize for a discovery that could open the door for a possible therapy to COVID-19.

Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old from Frisco, Texas, won the 2020 @3M  Young #Scientist  Challenge last week, along with $25,000 in prize money for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to #COVID19 . Report by @IdanzonshineE 

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A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old Indian-American girl in Texas won $25,000 for discovering a potential way to treat #COVID19 . Anika Chebrolu discovered a molecule that can bind to the virus, and possibly be used to make a treatment, in middle school. She plans to become a medical researcher.

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A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A 14-year-old has won $25,000 for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. Anika Chebrolu's invention uses in-silico methodology to discover a lead molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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