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High school student Nathaniel Lee is Regeneron Science Talent Search 2017 finalist

Nathaniel Lee, a high school student from New York, who worked in Dr. Vodopyanov's research lab at CREOL on a project for two last summers, became a finalist of the most prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search 2017 – an elite competition to find the greatest young scientific minds in the country. 

Medium: Introducing the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2017 Finalists?—?Here’s Why These 40 Young Scientists Just Might Change the World.

Student Science: Regeneron STS 2017 Finalists

Next, the finalists (total 40 of them selected from 1700 top young talents) will meet in Washington DC on March 9-15 to compete for the first place ($250,000 prize). There will be Nobel Prize winners among the judges. Regeneron STS prize is often referred to as “High School Nobel prize” or “Super Bowl of Science.”

Posted Friday, January 27, 2017

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