Once the submissions have been judged, the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be announced. Their submission videos will be featured on our website. Finalists, in a number to be determined based on the number of submissions, will also be recognized.


ONE FIRST PLACE WINNER: $500

TWO SECOND PLACE WINNERS: $250 EACH

THREE THIRD PLACE WINNERS: $100 EACH

FINALISTS: $100 EACH






Previous Girls International Three-Minute Science Competition Winners


April 2020 Competition

First Place: Camila Gutierrez, "Grain-free Diets: A Heartache for Man's Best Friend"

Second Place: Romy Greenwald, "Which alternatives to plastic straws are better for the environment?"

Second Place: Kathryn Clem, "Thawing Permafrost and Its Impact on the Alaskan Climate"

Third Place: Christine Meng, "How Does the Doppler Effect Help us Understand our Universe?"

Third Place: Julia Burnham, "Nuclear Energy"

Third Place: Marianne Liu, "The Coral Reef Killer"

Finalist: Seminamera Ajdari, "Coleoid Cephalopods and their camouflage mechanism"

Finalist: Aretha Chen, "Telomeres and Aging"

Finalist: Stella Chen, "Apples, Oranges, and Gravitational Waves"

Finalist: Alejandra Durán, "Molecular imprinting: method, uses, and potential for future applications"

Finalist: Ugonna Egbuchulam, "Gene Therapy"

Finalist: Angela Jia, "What is a PID Controller?"

Finalist: Fátima López Salcedo, "How to discover an exoplanet"

Finalist: Rachel Weng, "Influenza Virus"

Finalist: Lucy Xu, "What is CAR-T immunotherapy and how does it cure cancer?"

Finalist: Jessica Yu, "Our Brains and 9/11: Flashbulb Memory"