Three students named Regeneron finalists

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Three students named Regeneron finalists

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists, all seniors, pose for a picture. From left to right: Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana.

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists, all seniors, pose for a picture. From left to right: Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana.

Irina Malyugina

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists, all seniors, pose for a picture. From left to right: Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana.

Irina Malyugina

Irina Malyugina

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists, all seniors, pose for a picture. From left to right: Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana.

by Arushi Saxena, Global Editor

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Of the 7 students named Regeneron scholars (a complete list can be found here: https://harkeraquila.com/45582/showcase/seniors-named-regeneron-scholars/), 3 of the students, seniors Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana were named Regeneron 2019 Finalists on Jan. 23. Out of the 300 students who were Scholars, only 40 were named Finalists. The students are invited to visit Washington D.C. in March to undergo final judging, display their work, connect with prominent scientists, and compete for further awards. Each finalist will receive a minimum $25,000 award, with awards going up to $250,000.