Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Science talent search finalists (and some alumni)

The  Regeneron Science Talent Search, which was sponsored by Westinghouse when I was in high school, has announced  its finalists this year, who compete for college scholarships by submitting the results of their scientific investigations.

Here's the story from CNN:
Could these students provide the science breakthroughs of the future?

I participated when I was in high school, but without progressing very far in the competition.

There are more science competitions for high school students than there used to be. I already blogged about one of the finalists (you can find them all here):

Komo, Andrew
Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, Maryland
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He came in first in another competition:

Saturday, December 23, 2017

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