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Top three award winners at the Intel STS 2009
     
   

Sparking the imagination of future generations of scientists is critically important to ensure that scientific ingenuity thrives.  The Science Talent Search (STS) was created in 1942 to encourage talented high school students to pursue careers in science, math, engineering, or medicine.

SSP is proud to support the world’s top young scientific minds through this competition rewarding excellence in independent research. If continued accolades are a measure of success, the STS has delivered tremendous results, as nearly 70% of Finalists have gone on to earn either PhD or MD degrees.

68th Intel STS (2008–2009)
Official 2009 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format). Only the Official Semifinalist Book lists the titles of the projects.

67th Intel STS (2007–2008)
Official 2008 Finalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)
Official 2008 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format). Only the Official Semifinalist Book lists the titles of the projects.

66th Intel STS (2006–2007)
Official 2007 Finalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)
Official 2007 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format). Only the Official Semifinalist Book lists the titles of the projects.

65th Intel STS (2005–2006)
Official 2006 Finalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)
Official 2006 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format). Only the Official Semifinalist Book lists the titles of the projects.

64th Intel STS (2004–2005)
Official 2005 Finalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)
Official 2005 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format). Only the Official Semifinalist Book lists the titles of the projects.

63rd Intel STS (2003–2004)
Official 2004 Finalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)
Official 2004 Semifinalist Book (Adobe® .pdf format)

62nd Intel STS (2002–2003)

61st Intel STS (2001–2002)

Previous Years

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