SSP and Intel are proud to announce the top winners of the Intel Science Talent Search 2013!
View the full listing of the Intel STS 2013 finalists here and learn more about them on Facebook in the coming weeks, and you can meet the 40 finalists at the Public Exhibition of Projects in Washington, DC on March 10, 2013. Top winners of the Intel STS 2013 will be announced at a gala awards ceremony in Washington, DC on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
Visit the Semifinalist page to see a full listing of Intel STS 2013 semifinalists. Intel and SSP are also pleased to announce that for the first year, qualified Intel STS 2013 entrants, semifinalists, and finalists will receive Intel STS Badges. Badge recipients will be notified via email in the near future. Visit the Intel STS Badging page for more information.
Students in their last year of secondary school in November 2013, who meet all other eligibility requirements, may compete in Intel STS 2014. Rules and entry instructions and the application for Intel STS 2014 will be available on or before September 1, 2013. Sign up to receive a reminder e-mail when the Intel STS 2014 rules and application are available. Please read the Intel STS Rules and Entry Instructions for 2013 for last year’s eligibility requirements and other important information about approvals that are required prior to some research projects.
Intel Science Talent Search 2012 winners were announced at the awards gala in Washington, DC on March 13, 2012. Nithin Tumma, 17, of Fort Gratiot, Mich., won the top award of $100,000 from the Intel Foundation for his research, which could lead to more direct, targeted, effective and less toxic breast cancer treatments. He analyzed the molecular mechanisms in cancer cells and found that by inhibiting certain proteins, we may be able to slow the growth of cancer cells and decrease their malignancy.
With the generous support from the Intel Foundation, SSP seeks to reconnect with Science Talent Search alumni. We invite you to visit the STS Archives for each year of the program.
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