Science Research Program

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Science Research Program

In our 8-week program, we will guide you through an independent research project. You will work with an AdmissionSight Research Scientist to craft together an independent research project and compete in highly prestigious science research competitions such as the Intel Science and Engineering Fair and Regeneron Science Talent Search. During the 8 weeks, you will receive guidance on how to execute on the technical details of the project which you can use to submit to the state science fair and potentially qualify for ISEF. A computational background in computer science is required.

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2018
MIT students conduct scientific research.

Many of our students have competed in the Regeneron Science Talent Search and Intel Science and Engineering Fair and won national recognition for their efforts, including a $25,000 scholarship. In past years, our students placed semifinalist and regional finalist in the Siemens Westinghouse Competition, which has since been discontinued. Please consult with us further about this highly specialized science research program.

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