Regeneron STS & ISEF

Celebrating & Rewarding Young Innovators

Our legacy with STS

We are proud to have several STS alumni among our employee base, including Len Schleifer, MD, PhD, our President and Chief Executive Officer, and George Yancopoulos, MD, PhD, our President and Chief Scientific Officer.

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With inspiring scientific and patient collaborations and a legacy of cutting-edge, homegrown innovation, we are committed to improving the lives of people with serious diseases by discovering new treatments for unmet medical needs.

Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair

Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair

Expanding our global STEM commitment

The Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), a program of Society for Science, is the world's largest high school STEM competition. Established in 1950, it gives the world's noteworthy young scientists a global stage to share their outstanding STEM research and compete for more than $5 million in awards, prizes and scholarships.

Each year, over 175,000 students compete in the Society's more than 420 affiliated high school science fairs around the world. Top winners earn the right to compete at Regeneron ISEF where nearly 2,000 finalists are judged in 21 different categories including biochemistry, behavioral and social sciences, environmental engineering, mathematics, robotics and intelligent machines, systems software and translational medical science.

Learn more about news related to the Regeneron ISEF and Regeneron’s commitment of approximately $24 million over a five-year period.

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Regeneron ISEF goes virtual in 2020
Regeneron ISEF goes virtual in 2020 and 2021

Keeping the health and safety of the students top of mind, the Society for Science hosted a virtual Regeneron ISEF program in 2020 and 2021. Programming included speakers of the highest caliber, focusing on topics ranging from COVID-19 to entrepreneurship to being a woman in STEM. We welcomed all members of the science fair community and the larger scientific community to participate in this virtual event, which opened to the public at no cost.

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