Nine Indian-American teens among 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists

Nine Indian-American teens among 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists

The 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists have attempted to tackle some of the world’s compelling issues through their scientific projects such as targeting cancer via signaling pathways, developing a mobile application for stroke diagnosis using deep learning and computer vision, protecting beehives, and identifying an improved method for detecting arsenic in water. Continue reading Nine Indian-American teens among 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists

Indian-American girls in STEM  awarded $25,000 each for innovations tackling air and water pollution

Indian-American girls in STEM awarded $25,000 each for innovations tackling air and water pollution

Four Indian-American girls, all finalists of the 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search, have developed innovative approaches to tackling air and water pollution and in the process, each has been awarded $25,000. Continue reading Indian-American girls in STEM awarded $25,000 each for innovations tackling air and water pollution

Indian-American teen Kavya Kopparapu conferred National STEM Education Award for invention to improve brain cancer treatment

Indian-American teen Kavya Kopparapu conferred National STEM Education Award for invention to improve brain cancer treatment

The 2019 National STEM Education Award recognizes Indian-American teen Kavya Kopparapu as an “extraordinarily talented and accomplished” individual “who has meaningfully promoted STEM education”. Continue reading Indian-American teen Kavya Kopparapu conferred National STEM Education Award for invention to improve brain cancer treatment