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18-Year-Old Microbiologist Develops Fuel Cells that Convert Organic Waste into Electricity

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Society for Science & the Public Announces 31 New Mentors of the Advocate Grant Program
May 13, 2016

Intel Corporation and the Society for Science & the Public announced that Han Jie (Austin) Wang, 17, of Vancouver, Canada is the recipient of the first place Gordon E. Moore Award and US$75,000 for developing microbial fuel cells (MFCs) that more efficiently convert organic waste into electricity. The award was given at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, which is the world’s largest high school science research competition.

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Regeneron Science Talent Search to Announce 300 U.S. High School Scholars

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Forty of Nation’s Brightest Young Scientists Named Regeneron Science Talent Search 2017 Finalists
January 3, 2017

January 4, 2017 three hundred high school seniors will be named scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Then on Jan. 24, 40 of the top 300 scholars will be named Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists. Finalists receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. from March 9-15, where they will compete for more than $1.8 million in awards provided by Regeneron.

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Evelyn explains her 2015 Broadcom MASTERS project to the public.

Society competitor looks to science to discourage academic cheating

December 23, 2016
Davia Allen (left) explains her project to students at the Broadcom MASTERS public presentation of projects in Washington, D.C.

Fattening maggots to create sustainable snack

December 15, 2016
Ananya developed a device to keep habitual jaw clenchers from clenching.

Breaking the jaw clenching habit

December 21, 2016

Science Talent Search 2017 Top 300 Scholars announced

January 4, 2017

Society alumni named to 2017 Forbes' 30 Under 30

January 4, 2017

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