• Since 2004, BCA is the proud home of:

    Three Presidential Scholars, four Top Ten Regeneron STS Finalists (1st, 4th, 5th and 10th), twelve Regeneron STS Finalists, over 100 Regeneron STS Scholars, three Siemens Competition Finalists, twenty-five Siemens Competition Semifinalists, nineteen Intel ISEF International Finalists, and six Davidson Fellows.


    Regeneron Science Talent Search 2023 - Scholars

    Remington Kim, OrphaDRGL: A Novel Graph Deep Learning-Based Drug Repositioning Approach for Orphan Diseases

    Sungmin Kim, A Novel Rotation-Aware Representation Learning for Gaze Estimation To Assist Disabled Individuals in Comfortably Communicating With the World Through Various Applications

    Amishi Mittal, Correlations Between Type 2 Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease and Increasing Aβ Degradation by Insulin-Degrading Enzyme via Zinc Chelation

    Sonya Savelyev, Paradoxical Role of TGF-β in Epithelial and Mesenchymal Breast Cancer Cells

    Divyash Viral Shah, Effect of SCN9A Gene Therapy in Reversing Senescence in Astrocytes in vitro and Alzheimer’s Disease Implications

    Temmie Yu, A Novel Biomarker of Psychological Stress: Salivary Cell-Free Mitochondrial DNA (cf-mtDNA)


    Northern NJ Junior Science and Humanities Symposium 2023

    Geena Kye placed first in the poster session for Environmental Science, Tentacle Extension in Pachyclavularia Coral in Deoxygenated Conditions
    Sung Min Kim placed first in the Oral Presentation winning him a $2,000 scholarship and an all-expense paid trip to the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Virginia Beach in April of this year.