Students around the world are giving young people a home for peer-reviewed science
“A scientist can be anyone of any age with any background.”
Meet the “most powerful” team in Science Olympiad
The Troy Science Olympiad team has won 13 national championships, and they’re not stopping anytime soon.
These Stanford undergrads revived campus life in a completely virtual world
“This has taught us the importance of how much people want to interact.”
Meet the science fair kids making sunscreen environmentally friendly
Just lather it on.
These teens want to solve plastic pollution through gene-editing
Owen Plourde and Raphaela De Marchi Padovani come up with ideas for a better future.
Michelle Kunimoto boldly discovers where no one has before
The 26-year-old has found over 20 exoplanets, and wants others to try their hands at it, too.
An EEG for Black people: It came to Arnelle Etienne in a dream
The young innovator is expanding neuroscience to include people like her.
Masaki Takeuchi is using A.I. to give a voice to the voiceless
People who have been robbed of their voice due to cancer can not only speak again, but speak with their own voice, not a robot's.
Meet the next generation's leading voices in science, technology, engineering, and math.
How Kevin Glunt Went From Struggling Student to Sending an A.I. Computer to the ISS
"After it launched, I literally threw my phone cheering."
Jamie Margolin: Teen Activist Is a Leading Voice in the Climate Crisis
Jamie Margolin isn't a future leader. She's leading now.
How a 14-Year-Old Is Building a Yelp for Accessibility in Major Cities
Alex Knoll's concept app could make getting around easier for people living with a disability.
A Long Island Teen Is Forging a Path to Mars, One Homemade Rocket at a Time
"No one wanted to give me any advice in case I blew up and they were involved."
Madeleine Yang: Detroit Teen Takes Home $100,000 for Work on Flu Vaccine
"My own community in Detroit was particularly hard hit."
An Alabama Teen 3D-Printed a Foot So That a Wounded Marine Could Snowboard
An unlikely duo makes waves.
Atlanta Teens Behind Mental Health "Panic Button" Take on Georgia Legislature
"Now I'm not just living for more than myself. Now I have to keep on living."