SSP and Intel are looking forward to your participation in the Intel Science Talent Search 2014! Students in their last year of secondary school in November 2013 who meet all other eligibility requirements may compete in Intel STS 2014. The application will remain open until November 13, 2013 at 8 PM ET.
Most research involving humans and animals requires prior approval to be eligible for Intel STS. Please read the Intel STS Rules and Entry Instructions for 2014 for eligibility requirements and other important information about required approvals and watch this video to learn more about the Intel STS.
Hoping to participate in a future Intel STS? Here are some resources that may be of assistance to you:
Student and Teacher Programs in Science – This search engine can assist you in finding programs outside of school that may lead to a research experience and eventually a project that you might enter in Intel STS.
Pathways to Research – This page describes the various ways in which students might approach research, depending upon resources available to them and subject area interest.
Science News and Science News for Students – These are SSP’s science publications that report current science information, trends, and issues to the public. If you are looking for a project topic or are exploring which subject areas interest you, reading these publications is a great way to begin.
Reconnect:With generous support from the Intel Foundation, SSP seeks to reconnect with Science Talent Search alumni. We invite you to complete an Alumnus Profile and visit the STS Archives for photos of each year of the program. Does your school have an interesting story about Intel STS? Are you an alumni who would like to share your experiences as a finalist and what you have been up to since competing? Contact us about the possibility of being featured in SSP's blog.
Recent Winners:SSP and Intel were proud to announce the top ten winners of the Intel Science Talent Search 2013! View the full listing of the Intel STS 2013 finalists.
Students participating in the Intel Science Talent Search, and those in the coming years, are awarded digital badges to recognize their accomplishments and skills. These badges demonstrate a strong dedication to science research to friends and family, colleges and universities, and possible future employers. Visit the Intel STS Badging page for more information.
Contact us for more information about the Intel STS.
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