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California Students Continues to Shine
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Two California high school students that swept the BioGENEius Challenge in 2013 were chosen as finalists for 2014 INTEL Talent Search. Our California students are continuing to shine.  Thanks again to Amgen for helping our students rise to the top.

Natalie Ng, the winner of the 2013 Amgen Bay Area BioGENEius Challenge and later the International BioGENEius Challenge, was a finalist in thethe INTEL Talent Search and received a $30, 000 prize.

Eric Chen, the third-place winner  from the International BioGENEius Challenge took home the first place prize – $100,000. Ng and Chen were two of 40 entrants in the competition.

The 2014 Amgen Bay Area BioGENEius Challenge is open for submission!  Students in grades 9-12 may enter their life science/biotech related regional fair projects as long as they meet the criteria listed on the National competition website.  Applicants do not need to enter a previous fair to qualify for the Bay Area Challenge, however, we encourage students to submit projects from other regional science fairs.