The online application for the Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS), sister competition to Regeneron ISEF, is now open through November 10, 2021!
As the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science research competition for high school seniors, Regeneron STS has identified and celebrated the scientific leaders of the future for over 80 years. Rising 12th-grade students (living in the U.S. or U.S. citizens living abroad) may share research they have conducted in any year of high school for the chance to win up to $250,000!
Learn more about the requirements here, and spread the word by sharing the bullet points below with the 12th-grade students, teachers, and science mentors in your network!
- The Regeneron Science Talent Search 2022 application is now open! High school seniors with individual, original research projects are invited to apply online to the Regeneron STS. There are no limits to the number of students who can enter from any school, region, or state, and students may submit research from any year of high school. The program is completely free.
- The top 300 scholars receive $2,000 each, and their schools also receive $2,000—that’s funding for STEM education in your community. Forty finalists will be invited to compete in the finals week competition. Every finalist receives at least $25,000 and if named in the top 10, could win between $40,000 and $250,000.
- Check out last year’s highlights video for an inside look at the competition! PLUS: we’re hosting webinars all season long, and you’re invited! Sign up here and check out our STS 101 session, or our first-ever educator session just for supportive adults.
- The application will close on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 8 pm ET, so we encourage interested students to open applications soon in order to receive tips and reminders.
We hope to see eligible students from your area apply to the 81st Regeneron Science Talent Search. Please email email@example.com with any questions you may have about the application process. Thank you for your interest and support in encouraging the next generation of STEM leaders.