There are always kids studying science who want to be the best, and compete with other students across the country.

The Siemen’s science competition, open to high school students nationwide, gives students a chance to do their own original research, write a professional research report, and compete for up to $100,000 in scholarships to colleges and universities.

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 The contest involves research in math, science or technology that takes an academic year to compete, and student teams need to register by October 1. So light up those Bunsen burners, as the contest is almost begun!

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For more information about the contest click here.

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