Fall 2017 LabRoots



Fall 2017 LabRoots Scholarship

The program welcomes applications from students seeking support for to cover expenses associated with their academic pursuits in a STEM field.

The scholarship will fund one undergraduate or graduate student for one year, providing $2,000 in direct costs. The scholarship is merit-based, and applicants can show their qualifications and need in the application process.

LabRoots supports undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. This program is open to students both in, and outside the US; there are no geographical limits for applicants. LabRoots wishes to encourage all students to stay in science and aims to help students work towards their research and educational goals. 

  • Applicants must be enrolled or accepted for a graduate or undergraduate degree (BSc or higher) for the 17/18 academic year at a recognized university

  • The degree program/research area must be in a STEM field

  • Open worldwide

Fall 2020 LabRoots Scholarship

Martina Ysabel Miranda

"I would like to express my utmost gratitude to everyone at LabRoots for their endless largesse. It is because of these opportunities that I can pursue my goals of being a geneticist and give back to not only my community here in the United States but also have my efforts extend to elevating the quality of STEM education in my home country."


  • Academic Status and Institution

  • Resume/CV

  • Project proposal
    (Your proposal will be limited to 4000 characters, including spaces. You must enter a minimum of 250 words.)



The application period ends November 30, 2017. LabRoots will review all applicants and the winner of the scholarship will be notified by email before December 15, 2017.

Selection is based on academic achievement and on the written proposal.


No fee is required for the scholarship application

There are no restrictions on how the award can be used by the recipient

Proof of identity may be required

It is the recipient's responsibility to inform the appropriate academic office that you have received the award (often outside awards must be disclosed to your admissions office)

The award can be paid to your institute or department for disbursement to you