Broadcom MASTERS® (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering as Rising Stars), is the premier international middle school science and engineering fair competition. A program of the Society for Science & the Public sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation, Broadcom MASTERS participants reap the benefits of project-based learning, collaboration with teachers, mentors and professional scientists and engineers.
They learn the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity as well as the confidence to lead and be productive team members to achieve their goals. Broadcom MASTERS competitors shine in the spotlight of regional, national and international science and engineering fairs.
Broadcom MASTERS honors their achievements with awards and prizes for themselves, their teachers and schools.
The prestigious Broadcom MASTERS®, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is an international science and engineering competition that is open to sixth, seventh and eighth graders around the world. The Broadcom MASTERS creates a project-based learning opportunity for young people to discover their passion and excel in STEM — enabling them to become the next generation of innovators.
Download the free Broadcom MASTERS app on your smartphone or tablet to learn more about the Broadcom MASTERS competition and how to participate in your local Society-affiliated science fair.
2019 Competition Finalists
Meet the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS – the Nation’s Most Promising Middle School STEM Innovators
For the First Time, 60 Percent of Finalists are Female
Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public present the 30 middle school finalists who competed in the 9th annual Broadcom MASTERS competition. The 18 girls and 12 boys were selected by a panel of distinguished scientists and engineers. California had the most finalists with 10, followed by Texas and Utah with 3. The category with the most finalists was Environmental & Earth Sciences at almost 27%. The finalists won an all-expense paid trip to Washington DC and competed for cash and experiential prizes.