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Naomi Shah, Intel STS and Intel ISEF Finalist, Encourages Girls in STEM

5:29am, July 3, 2013

Naomi Shah, Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) 2013 finalist, and most recently, Best of Category Winner in Environmental Science at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2013, recently had the opportunity to attend the ITU Tech Needs Girls conference in Brussels, Belgium.

Enter a Science Fiction Competition This Summer

7:03am, July 1, 2013

Looking for something to do during the long days of summer? Write a science fiction short story and enter to win one of ten $1,000 prizes!

The Tomorrow Project, in collaboration with Society for Science & the Public, Arizona State University's Center for Science and the Imagination, and the Intel Foundation, is hosting "The Future: Powered by Fiction."

Sara Volz Wins Intel STS 2013; Mentioned by President Obama at White House Science Fair

5:14am, June 27, 2013

Sara Volz of Colorado Springs, Colorado won first place in the Intel Science Talent Search 2013 and is an alumna of multiple Society for Science & the Public programs, such as the Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge, SSP Middle School Program, and Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

On attending the White House Science Fair in April 2013: 

From Westerville, Ohio to Kamchatka: Life After STS

5:30am, June 20, 2013

Dave Deamer, selected as one of the top ten finalists at the Science Talent Search in 1957, is now a Research Professor in Biomolecular Engineering at the University of California-Santa Cruz.

Elizabeth Marincola Steps Down as President of SSP

12:36pm, June 14, 2013

After eight years of distinguished service, Elizabeth Marincola moved on from her role as president of the Society for Science & the Public and publisher of SSP’s Science News family of publications effective June 14, 2013. She has accepted a leadership role with the Public Library of Science. The Society’s Board of Trustees is leading the effort to identify and hire her successor. 

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