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High School Science Fairs

Brockton High School Science Fair Marks Great Success

Presenting 142 projects conceived and executed by 400 scientists, Brockton High School recently marked its annual science fair. Running the gamut from baked ice cream to measuring air quality and composition around the school itself, the projects were diverse and impressive. Under the dedicated support of science fair coordinators Suzanne Heenan and Kaylee DeGrace who helped students and science faculty with support and resources, the fair was considered a great success.

Seeking Science Fair Judges!

The Bromfield Schools PTO is seeking 20 judges to help evaluate 100 projects in their upcoming February 7 Science Fair. If you are interested, contact Ellen Sachs Leicher at eslassoc61@aol.com. Read more details here.

State Science Fair Project Leads to Summer Job at UMass Medical School

Empowering students to participate meaningfully in real-world research is what science fairs are all about. For any student, science fair participation has multi-fold benefits, but for some, like Emory Payne, the benefits pay off early and in a big way.

Congratulations Intel ISEF 2013 Grand Award Winners!

Nine students in Massachusetts' delegation, 24 strong, received awards at Intel ISEF 2013!  In addition to the Special Award winners announced last night, this year's Grand Award winners included:

MA Students Honored with Special Awards at Intel ISEF

Four members of the Massachusetts delegation to Intel ISEF were honored last night at the Special Award Organizations Ceremony.  Congratulations to Rahi Punjabi, Emory Payne, Zohaib Moonis and Douglas Smith! Read on for details about their awards and winning projects.

Millennium Makes a Difference at the State High School Fair

A dedicated group of volunteers from Millennium Pharmaceuticals descended upon MIT on Friday, May 3 to judge the best-of-the-best science and engineering projects (including that of 2013 Grand Prize Winner, Nicholas Cyganski, left) on exhibit at the 64th annual State High School Science & Engineering Fair.

Massachusetts Students Compete in Prestigious BioGENEius Challenge

Adrian Haber (left) of Boston Latin School and Rahi Punjabi of Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School in Marlborough were selected to represent Massachusetts at an international science fair competit

Massachusetts High Schooler’s Project Draws Federal Attention

After collecting ticks for her originally intended science fair project, Braintree High School sophomore Jacqueline Flynn decided to pursue a topic on ticks with a different spin (or rather, spin cycle).

Hopedale, MA Freshman Is State Science Fair-Bound

While most of his peers likely slept late and played video games, Jagath Jai Kumar, a freshman at Hopedale Jr-Sr. High School, took the opportunity presented by Tuesday's snow day to put a few finishing touches on his award-winning science fair project.

Having taken second place at the March 9 Worcester Regional Science & Engineering Fair at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Jagath has his sites set on the Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair, scheduled for May 2-4 at MIT.

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