Worcester Regional Science Fair
The 57th annual high school Worcester Regional Science and Engineering Fair was held on March 9, 2012. Nearly 160 students from 18 local high schools submitted 118 projects trying to answer a variety of questions, from, “When should I throw out my toothbrush?” to “Why does ice cream melt faster at the ice cream stand than at home?”
Approximately 40 projects from each division qualified to enter the Massachusetts State Science and Engineering Fair at MIT, May 3-5, 2012. The five highest scoring projects will participate in Intel ISEF.
Check out the complete list of Worcester Regional Science Fair winners.
If you’re interested in participating as a volunteer or judge for the Worcester Regional Science Fair 2013, please contact Kathy Brown.
Austin Energy Science Fair
The Austin Energy Regional Science Festival is one of Texas’ largest regional science fairs with more than 2,000 students from third through 12th grade participating. It encourages and rewards innovative student research and provides scientists, engineers and other professionals a chance to volunteer in the community.
The 2012 Austin Energy Science Fair was held on February 23, 2012. Winning Junior/Senior Division projects advanced to the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio, Texas, March 30-April 1, 2012. Best of Fair Senior Division project winners will advance directly to Intel ISEF. Two high school and two middle school projects focusing on applied engineering, sustainable energy, or environmental engineering advanced to the I-SWEEEP International Olympiad in Houston, Texas, May 4-6, 2012.
Check out the complete list of Austin Energy Science Fair winners.
Thank you to Synopsoids Thomas Felske, Peter Brooker, Imad Zaccak and Mary Gilchrist for volunteering to be judges at this year’s fair!
If you’re interested in participating as a volunteer or judge for the Austin Energy Science Fair 2013, please contact Liz Rush.