I'm currently Junior in high school at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. Recently, the Siemens Westinghouse (http://www.siemens-foundation.org/) competition caught my attention. The competition provides scholarships and recognizes high school students who do research and make new discoveries in the fields of science or mathematics. Physics has always been my favorite science, and my high school currently offers a class called "Research in Physics", but I debating on whether or not to take the course. Of course, my ultimate goal would be to turn any work done in that class and enter it into the competition. What I'm worried about however, is that unlike chemistry and biology, in which discoveries are made every day, there's not much left to discover in physics without millions of dollars of equipment and a thorough understanding of quantum mechanics. Both of which, I lack. Any advice? Should I instead pursue something in biology or chemistry instead? Thanks.