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Meet the Regeneron ISEF 2024 sponsors

By Kevin Easterly

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This month, we are thrilled to welcome more than 1,600 finalists representing nearly 70 countries, regions and territories to Los Angeles for the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (Regeneron ISEF). As anticipation builds for what promises to be another phenomenal week, we are grateful and proud to recognize our wonderful community of sponsors, without whom Regeneron ISEF would not be possible.

Since 2020, Regeneron has been the title sponsor of ISEF, celebrating the best and brightest young minds globally and encouraging them to pursue careers in STEM to positively impact the world. Through its commitment as the title sponsor, Regeneron provides significant funding and supports all elements of the fair, and is instrumental in creating a life-changing program for the STEM leaders and innovators of tomorrow. Regeneron is joined by a community of 28 additional sponsors, all working together to build the world’s most powerful STEM research talent pipeline and community. The number of Regeneron ISEF sponsors has increased this year with 29 sponsors compared to last year’s 24, reflecting the growing momentum and support of this initiative.

ISEF’s 22 different judging categories are sponsored by a variety of organizations including Akamai Foundation, Alfred E. Mann Charities,, Howmet Aerospace Foundation, HP, Jacobs, Microsoft, Regeneron, Richard F. Caris Charitable Trust II, Schattner Foundation and Siemens Energy.

Additional sponsors are also supporting other engaging elements of this year’s program. Aramco is sponsoring the Excellence in Science and Technology Panel. Rise, an initiative of Schmidt Futures and the Rhodes Trust is sponsoring the Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Impact Panel. King Abdulaziz & his Companions Foundation for Giftedness & Creativity is sponsoring the annual Pin Exchange this year, which is always a highlight for finalists around the globe to meet one another, as well as The Mawhiba Equitable Access Grants for International Affiliated Science Fairs.

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation supports the Gordon E. Moore Award for Positive Outcomes for Future Generations.

The student mixer this year is sponsored by Caltech. Insaco is sponsoring the Hub. Our lead technology sponsor is the Akamai Foundation. Cesco Linguistic Services is sponsoring translation services.

This year’s Education Outreach Day is sponsored by Annenberg Foundation, Aramco, Ballmer Group, Broadcom Foundation, Conrad M. Hilton Foundation, Edison International, Jacobs, National Geographic Society, Oracle Academy, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation and US Army ROTC. The event will welcome students from across the Los Angeles area to Regeneron ISEF to take part in a day of interactive STEM activities, including hearing directly from finalists through a series of TED-style talks and engaging in a scientific discovery zone.

The Society is thrilled to see such a wide range of organizations unite behind the goal of elevating the next generation of STEM leaders. We are grateful to these organizations and applaud their support of the global community of young innovators.

Be sure to tune in tonight, May 13, at 10:00 p.m. ET to watch the Regeneron ISEF Opening Ceremony livestream!

Kevin Easterly