3 Hudson Valley high school students named finalists for Regeneron Science Talent Search

Three local high school students have been named finalists in this year's Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Jared Ilan goes to Byram Hills High, and he researched the potential of using decellularized plant-based scaffolds for cultured meat production.
Michael Pavelchek, from Ossining High School, conducted lab and computer research that identified two genes responsible for the production of certain cells that cause allergic conditions.
Rebecca Monge, from Carmel High School, analyzed and plotted climate change data and revealed areas of Norway and Greenland that are key drivers of Artic warming.
The Regeneron Science Talent Search finals are in March with research prizes up to $25,000.