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Register Today To Connect with the Next Generation of Scientific Leaders

Register today to attend the Virtual Public Exhibition of the original research projects of the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2021 finalists. The Virtual Public Exhibition will be open from March 14 – March 31.

The finalists will be available live to answer your questions at their booths from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Eastern on March 14. Then join us on March 17 at 8 p.m. Eastern to see who brings home the first place $250,000 award.

Check out the full list of finalists as well as the full list of scholars to learn more!

One hundred teachers will each choose from a selection of 13 high-quality kits amounting to $1,000.

$100,000 will Supply 100 teachers with STEM Research Kits for Remote and In-Person Learning

The Society for Science is providing STEM research kits to 100 educators from underserved communities to help their students conduct scientific research remotely and in-person during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Top 5 2020 Broadcom MASTERS Awards Winners

Congratulations to the Broadcom MASTERS 2020!

The Society for Science and Broadcom Foundation are thrilled to announce the winners of the virtual Broadcom MASTERS!

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Learn more about all of the Broadcom MASTERS finalists and their projects.

2019 Annual Report: New Frontiers

2019 Annual Report: New Frontiers

Society for Science is delighted to present our 2019 Annual Report, New Frontiers, which shares how we are working to bring together our journalism, education and outreach & equity programs to explore new frontiers.

We invite you to read our 2019 Annual Report online.

Science News 10 Scientists to Watch 2020

Meet the SN 10 – Science News list of 10 young scientists to watch!

For the sixth consecutive year, Science News is spotlighting 10 early- and mid-career scientists on their way to greater widespread acclaim. Some of this year’s honorees are focusing on questions with huge societal importance, including how we can prevent teen suicide, what are the ingredients in wildfire smoke that are damaging to health and whether there is a better way to monitor earthquakes.

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Maya Ajmera receives the 2020 National Science Board Public Service Award.

Maya Ajmera Receives 2020 National Science Board Public Service Award

The National Science Board is recognizing Maya for “inspiring generations of young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators through the Society for Science & the Public, a non-profit organization best known for its world class science research competitions, award winning science journalism, and expansive outreach and equity programs.”

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The Society responds to the coronavirus pandemic

News, Updates and Online STEM Resources

SOCIETY COMPETITIONS: GO DEEPER

See the Future of Science. Learn How Your Student Can Participate.

Find an ISEF or Broadcom MASTERS Affiliated Science Fair

Science competitions in nearly every state in the U.S., as well as in more than 80 countries, regions and territories, are affiliated with the Society.

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THE SOCIETY AND EDUCATION: GO DEEPER

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From the Society Blog

STS finalist, Parisa Vaziri, used her bathroom at home as her lab.
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Adriane Thompson, the 8th pace winner in the Regeneron Science Talent Search