On Sunday, March 13, the 40 Intel STS 2016 finalists presented their projects to the public at the National Geographic Society. Over 530 members of the public attended to learn more about science and the research the finalists are working on.
Groups of Society alumni from all three competitions — Westinghouse and Intel STS, Intel ISEF, and Broadcom MASTERS — mingled and met at the STS 2016 Alumni Reception at the National Geographic Society on March 13. The reception was held immediately before the STS Public Exhibition of Projects.
Society for Science & the Public and Intel invite the public to join Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) 2016 finalists as they present their research TODAY (Sunday, March 13) from 1-4 p.m. at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.
On March 4, three Science News writers rushed to answer as many questions as they could during the Society's fourth Reddit AMA. The Ask Me Anything Q&A session, hosted in Reddit's science community, focused on mosquitos, Zika, malaria, and chikungunya.
Maya Ajmera, president and CEO of Society for Science & the Public and publisher of Science News, today released her new children’s book, Every Breath We Take: A Book About Air.
Science communication is very important to Vincent O’Leary, a multi-year Intel ISEF finalist and 2013 Intel STS finalist. Vincent, in his third year out of five at Drexel University, studies geoscience and environmental science with a minor in mathematics.
In fall of 2015, the National Museum of Education announced the inductees for its 20th year of the National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors.
The Society is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Science Talent Search this month, March 2016!
You can meet the finalists at the 2016 STS Public Exhibition of Projects on Sunday, March 13 from 1-4 p.m. at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. The top winners will be announced on Tuesday, March 15.
In addition to Society for Science & the Public's three prestigious science education competitions, we also have many Affiliated Fairs throughout the country and the world. The Society wants to offer a chance for our members, alumni, and others to give back through volunteering or judging at local science fairs.