Since 2005 offers links to websites related to biochemistry, reliability engineering, chemist, morality, medical physics, mechanical engineering, earth sciences, materials, astrophysics, nuclear, software, molecular and much more.
Challenges students to write radio ads that will educate listeners about the connection between human population pressures and the environment.
Series of science competitions and educational outreach programs to encourage young Canadians to pursue post-secondary studies and careers in biotechnology.
Welcome to contest in which middle school students develop science-based solutions to community problems.
Not-for-profit organization designed to promote and encourage students in the Central Savannah River Area of Georgia to investigate the worlds of engineering and science.
Includes calendar, rules, forms, and maps for the event.
Welcome to International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2000.
Students construct and race buggies made from fresh fruits and vegetables.
A team competition for North American high schools, testing students' knowledge of wildlife, forestry, soil, aquatics, and current environmental issues.
Science fair championships for youths. Adults who wish to judge the projects can register at the site.
From April 15-18, 1997.
Welcome to Super Science Fair Projects.
Guidebooks, forms, newsletters, and request mentors.
Complete step-by-step guide to science fair projects, topics and experiments - middle school science fair projects through high school science fair projects. Parents and Teacher's Guide and Resources.
Includes project steps and hints, report writing aid, display boards, and idea bank. For children, parents, and teachers.