Five Indian-American students among finalists of US School Competition


Regeneron Science Talent Search in the US is now into its 82nd year. It celebrates and rewards young scientists. Five Indian-American teenagers were among the 40 finalists of the prestigious science and maths competition for high school students in the US. They will compete for more than USD 1.8 million in awards.

The five Indian-Americans are Siddhu Pachipala from Texas, Lavanya Natarajan and Ishika Nag from Florida, Neel Moudgal from Michigan and Ambika Grover from Connecticut. The finalists were chosen based on their projects’ scientific rigour and their potential to become world-changing scientific leaders.
They were selected by a national jury of professional scientists. The finalists will participate in a week-long competition in March this year and have the opportunity to interact with leading scientists. The top 10 winners will be announced during an awards ceremony on March 14 in Washington.



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