2024: Congratulations to this year’s STEM Research Grantees!

Society for Science fuels innovation with $110K in educator grants, transforming classrooms for student STEM research

Society for Science has recognized 41 exceptional educators with awards through its STEM Research Grants program, an initiative dedicated to advancing hands-on science education in middle and high school classrooms nationwide.
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Volunteer Viewpoints: Jennifer Lashley

The Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair is the world’s largest global science competition for high school students. As you…
Several finalists speak with a Society for Science alum during the 2023 Regeneron Science Talent Search alumni dinner.

Celebrating National Mentoring Month with Regeneron STS 2024 scholars and finalists

January 2024: January is National Mentoring Month! To celebrate, we asked a few of our accomplished Regeneron Science Talent Search scholars and finalists to tell us about the mentors that helped guide them in their research and nurture their STEM interests. Keep reading to hear how these high schoolers found leaders in their fields who helped them take their projects to the next level.
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Conversations with Maya: Peter Jay Hotez

Maya Ajmera, President & CEO of the Society for Science and Executive Publisher of Science News, chatted with Peter Jay…
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Top 40 high school scientists in prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search to compete for $1.8 million in awards

The competition, now in its 83rd year, has consistently identified young innovators who combine their STEM talent with dedication and leadership skills to drive society forward.
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Six Society alumni named 2024 Marshall Scholars

For Society alumni, engaging in competitions such as the Regeneron Science Talent Search, Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair and…
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Beyond the lab: the extracurricular pursuits of the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2024 scholars

Congratulations to this year’s top 300 scholars of the Regeneron Science Talent Search! In addition to their incredible STEM achievements,…
Congratulations 2024 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars!

Nation’s oldest and most prestigious high school STEM competition names top 300 high school scientists, selected for achievements in innovation and leadership   

$1.2 Million Awarded to Nation’s Most Promising Teen Scientists and Their Schools at Regeneron Science Talent Search 2024, Marking the…

Are you between the ages of 15-17? Apply to become a Rise Global Winner in 2024

In 2024, Society for Science is thrilled to continue its partnership with Rise, an initiative of Schmidt Futures and the…
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Meet the Society’s Invention Education Ambassadors 

Society for Science is excited to introduce our inaugural class of Invention Education Ambassadors, who are working in collaboration with…
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This middle schooler is taming the wind with science

For the fifth year, The Lemelson Foundation is giving $100 awards to outstanding young inventors in Society Affiliate Fairs with…
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Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette and the pioneering female journalists who helped to shape Science News

“None of these women set out to be science journalists.” So began Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette during a recent webinar hosted…