Each spring, students in grades 9-12 may enter their life science/biotech-related research as long as they meet the criteria listed on the National competition website. In addition to monetary prizes, the first-place winner will advance to compete in the International BioGENEius Challenge, which, in 2021, will take place as a virtual competition at BIO Digital during June 10–18.
Read the 2021 Press Release here. Please note that Andrew Liang, our second-place winner, will be advancing to the International Challenge in June in place of our first-place winner.
Please check back in early 2022 for information on the 2022 Bay Area BioGENEius Challenge!