We foster innovative young minds to engage in scientific research with the goal of enhancing STEM literacy and curiosity.

Our Vision

Inspire and empower the next generation of scientists and innovators, creating a brighter, more knowledgeable future where young minds lead the way in technological and scientific advancements.

Partnerships with Schools

Our team most recently worked with our friends at Zwelethemba High School in Western Cape, South Africa. Our team fundraised and establish the STEM club including scientific calculators, notebooks, and stationery. These supplies were donated to Hozheri Primary in Zimbabwe. The STEM club has been going strong since our last interaction with them last fall—they've expanded to 12 schools!

STEM Workshops held in Portland, Oregon


The International Research Olympiad is fostering 21st century skills in creativity, curiosity, and communication. We are organizing one of the world's largest STEM competitions for youth. Rishab Jain serves as the President of the 2024 IRO.


Rishab Jain

Rishab is an undergraduate candidate at Harvard College. Rishab believes that promoting STEM research is the most effective method of increasing STEM literacy amongst youth. His advocacy efforts have led to being named one of TIME's 25 Most Influential Teens.

Aditya Jain

Aditya is an MD candidate at Harvard Medical School. Aditya believes that “experiental learning” will empower youth to pursue STEM. His advocacy efforts have led to being named a Top 30 Changemaker by the T-Mobile Foundation.


“If one Einstein was able to do so much, imagine a world where we had thousands of Einsteins. By igniting that same spark of curiosity in science, we can unlock the potential of other youth. This will allow us to solve all the complex problems of our world.”

— Rishab Jain

Samyak Science Society has four chapters around the world. 

Join our mission and start a new chapter today. Contact us at rishab (at) samyakscience (.) com