This page is for you—the student who is going to participate at USEF. Each month we'll post a few links with tips and tricks to make sure your trip on the road to science fair success is as smooth as possible. So buckle up and check this page often for updates.
Where to Start...at the beginning of course. Here are a few hand-picked links that will help you get started with your project. We'll update this page throughout the year so check back often.
So by now, you should have a good start on your project (if not see the 'Where To Start' links below and git 'er done!). Now it's time to take the next steps which are form a hypothesis and learn more about the scientific method. Here are a few links to get you started:
So by now you've (hopefully) started down the road to Science Fair Success! To make your journey a little easier, here are a few tips:
Hello Science Fairithians! Time is growing short Time to get thinking about your project display boards. Here are a few links to get you on the right path.
How time flies! Soon you'll be setting up your beautiful project boards (see January's links) and submitting your hard work to be judged. Here are some very useful tips to survive (and even enjoy) the judging process.
All your hard work has paid off and you have won your school or district fair. Nice going! So where do you take your project next? Glad you asked:
Broadcom MASTERS™: A competition for middle school students sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science. The Broadcom MASTERS™ (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars) competition that rewards independent research, scientific inquiry, hands-on learning, and teamwork. Learn more at their website.