The Next Generation of STEM Leaders
Every year, tens of millions of students participate in science fairs around the globe but only about 1,800 earn the right to compete for nearly $5 million awards bestowed each May at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). In 2021, the competition will take place virtually in order to keep our finalists, volunteers, judges and staff safe during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Competing at Regeneron ISEF starts at a Society-affiliated fair
Official rules and guidelines for competition
Project Material Guidelines for Virtual Regeneron ISEF 2021
Answers to questions for students, parents and teachers
Definitions and details of the categories of competition
A searchable database of abstracts from 2014 to 2019
Virtual Regeneron ISEF 2020
The Society for Science is thrilled to be able to share our Virtual Regeneron ISEF 2020 programming. Enjoy videos featuring top minds in science and business – many of them ISEF alumni.
Volunteer at Regeneron ISEF
Thousands of individuals contribute to and support Regeneron ISEF as interpreters and event volunteers.
Awards and Recent Results
Regeneron ISEF finalists compete for nearly $5 million in awards, prizes and scholarships.
Each year more than 1,800 ninth through twelfth graders earn the right to compete at Regeneron ISEF by winning a top prize at a Society-affiliated local, regional, state or national science fair.
While no awards were given at the 2020 Virtual Regeneron ISEF, finalists had the opportunity to present their abstracts. View the 2020 Virtual Regeneron ISEF Finalist Directory here.See the Most Recent Winners and Awards!
The Society’s network of affiliated science fairs around the globe are critical to the success of Regeneron ISEF and Broadcom MASTERS.
Resources for science fair personnel include:
- Affiliated Fair Dashboard
- Affiliated Fair Guidelines
- Resources for Science Fair Management
- Standards for Science Fairs