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Taimi Toffer Anderson, 1956 US science competition winner

Taimi Toffer Anderson, 1956 US science competition winner

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Taimi Toffer Anderson, 1956 science competition winner. In 1956, Taimi Toffer Anderson (born 1937), a senior at Allentown High School, Allentown, Pennsylvania, won the girls' physical sciences division at the National Science Fair in the USA. Her project focused on how electricity can be used to trace protein molecules. Her sister, Kristina Toffer, won in the same division the following year. Taimi, born in Estonia, immigrated to the United States in 1952, and later became a landscape gardener.

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