Congratulations to the top winners of Regeneron ISEF 2022!
High school scientists from around the world won nearly $8M in awards, scholarships at Regeneron ISEF 2022, with the $75,000 top award going to 17-year-old Robert Sansone of Fort Piece, Florida
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Head to our Virtual Science Fair to see all the winners’ projects
Congratulations Top Regeneron Science Talent Search Winners
Regeneron and Society for Science announced the top ten winners of the 2022 Regeneron Science Talent Search, headed by Christine Ye, 17, of Sammamish, Wash., who won the $250,000 top award.
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Learn more about the winners projects by visiting the Virtual Public Exhibition of Projects!
Congratulations to this year’s STEM Research Grantees!
The Society for Science names 95 exceptional teachers as recipients of STEM Research Grants to advance STEM learning. These awards pay tribute to the perseverance, labor and critical role teachers and mentors play in supporting future STEM talent and leaders.
Society for Science has unveiled a list of extraordinary alumni of its science competitions who embody the principles of leadership, innovation and global impact. This list of more than 100 Society alumni includes Nobel laureates, entrepreneurs, MacArthur Fellows, pioneers, National Medal of Science and Technology recipients, and even Emmy and Oscar-winners. We hope you get to know them and share your alumni story with us too!
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