Who can participate and what is the signup process?
Any educational institution with students 14 to 18 years old can participate. To participate, the institution must fill out the registration form and pay the registration fee.
What categories can students participate in?
Student participate in categories based on their age. Category A is for students 14 to 16 years old. Category B is for students 16 to 18 years old.
What are the requirements for the project?
The project must be presented in the language indicated by the sponsoring organization. All challenges will include the details and rules for presenting projects.
What are the online seminars?
The sponsoring organizations will organize seminars to provide students with all the information necessary to correctly develop their research project.
How can schools cover the registration fee?
The Richi Talent team will help schools organize fundraising events that will permit them to help students, in a fun and educational way, learn how to finance their projects.
Why are we proposing thematic challenges?
The challenges are designed to bring students closer to social impact issues that are currently being researched. We are interested in learning about the vision of young talent.
The Richi Childhood Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure that all children who suffer from cancer and their families have the best prognosis and quality of life.
The National Foundation for Cancer Research raises public awareness about cancer prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, as well as provides support for scientists making game-changing discoveries in cancer research.
All proceeds from Richi Talent will go to support the Richi Foundation mission.