vSTS Top Three

Congratulations to the top Regeneron Science Talent Search Winners!

The Society and Regeneron have announced the top 10 winners of the Virtual Regeneron Science Talent Search 2020.

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To visit the Exhibit Hall, please head here and visit our YouTube page to view the full awards ceremony.

Virtual Regeneron ISEF 2020

The Society for Science & the Public is thrilled to be able to share our Virtual Regeneron ISEF 2020 programming. Click here to enjoy videos featuring top minds in science and business – many of them ISEF alumni.

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Black Lives Matter plaza, Washington DC

We must work together to build a future without racism

The Society stands in solidarity with the Black community and recognizes the hurt and anger that stems from the killing of George Floyd and so many others who came before him.

We must work together to build a future without racism that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Learn Fresh Education Company will receive a $5,000 grant to fund a Family Resource Center on the program’s online platform, as part of their broader initiative to implement NBA Math Hoops at home.

Society for Science & the Public awards $75,000 to 18 diverse, community-driven STEM organizations

The Society has awarded grants to 18 grassroots organizations committed to STEM education and science literacy for underserved and underrepresented groups, including racial and ethnic minority populations, girls, students in rural areas and more. In response to COVID-19 restrictions on in-person programming, many of these organizations have launched virtual programs, determined to continue to meet the needs of students, families and communities.

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The Society responds to the coronavirus pandemic

News, Updates and Online STEM Resources

Teacher Debbie Morgan with Students

Society Awards $100,000 to 28 STEM Teachers

Congratulations to the teachers who received grants through the Society’s STEM Research Grant program, which provides small grants to educators to strengthen STEM programming in their classrooms.

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SOCIETY COMPETITIONS: GO DEEPER

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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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INDEPENDENT SCIENCE JOURNALISM SINCE 1921

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THE SOCIETY AND EDUCATION: GO DEEPER

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From the Society Blog

Reny Mathew, a science teacher at Greyhills Academy High School in Tuba City, Arizona, has been a part of the Society’s Advocate Program for the past two years.
With tech and accessories in tow, here's how some STS finalist setups looked. Pictured: Ankush Dhawan, Victoria Graf, Caitlin Kunchar and Brian Wu.
Feng Zhang was this year's guest for the Regeneron STS Alumni Dinner.