Please join the 40 Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS) 2019 finalists as they display and present their research at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C. Regeneron STS finalists will discuss their projects with visitors who share an enthusiasm for science research. Society for Science & the Public and Regeneron are proud to support these students and hope the exhibition and interaction with them will inspire students, teachers, parents, scientists, and others. Admission is free.
Regeneron STS is the nation’s most prestigious pre-college science competition, providing an important forum for original research that is recognized and reviewed by a national jury of professional scientists. Alumni have made extraordinary contributions to science and have earned many of the world’s most distinguished science and math honors, including eight Nobel Prizes, five National Medals of Science and two Fields Medals. Annually, over 1,800 high school seniors from around the country accept the challenge of conducting independent science, math or engineering research and completing an entry for the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Regeneron Science Talent Search 2019 Public Exhibition of Projects
Sunday, March 10, 2019
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The National Geographic Society
1600 M Street NW
If arriving by Metro Rail:
Red Line: At the Farragut North stop, take the L Street exit at the far north end of the platform. At the top of the escalator at street level, turn left (east) and walk one block. Turn left on 17th street and walk 1.5 blocks. The National Geographic Society will be on the right side of the street.
Orange/Blue Line: At the Farragut West stop, exit towards 17th Street. Walk one short block east (in the same direction as the escalator leading to street level). Turn left (north) on 17th Street. Walk 3.5 blocks. The National Geographic Society will be on the right side of the street.
Street parking is available, although limited. There are nearby parking garages accessible.
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Contact the Society for information about the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition.
For information about National Geographic Society, visit their website.
Members of the media should contact Gayle Kansagor for more information.