Each year, some 550 young scientists attend MSSS to present their research to top scientists and industry experts. The student participants can present their work in nine divisions and four age categories for medals, specials awards, scholarships, program enrollments and trips worth over $30,000.
The Canadian Science Fair Journal is a new publication that showcases science fair projects by children and youth from across the country. Their goal is to build an online community of young STEM minds by providing a space for emerging researchers to discuss and share their work, as well as to gain experience in scientific publishing.
At the moment the CSFJ is calling for submissions for their inaugural issue. If you’re interested in submitting your work to the CSFJ please send them an e-mail along with a short biography, including your age and hometown. The deadline for submissions is July 15th.
Please see the attached PDF for further information: CSFJ Call for Submissions
Please note that all grade 7-12 students who want to be eligible for Canada-Wide Science Fair consideration need to prepare a 5 page report on their project. Students must leave a copy of this report by their project during the fair.
For information on project report guidelines, please visit the following link.
Registration for the 2018 Manitoba Schools Science Symposium is now open! Visit the Participant Registration section of our website to register your science project!
Deadline for registration is April 20th, 2018.
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Registration for the 2018 Manitoba Schools Science Symposium will open on February 1st, 2018.
The schedule of events for the fair has been updated for 2018 and can be viewed at the following link.
Science fair participants please be by your project no later than 8:45AM!
Judging starts promptly at 9:00 AM and will continue until 12:30PM for all grade levels. Judging will resume for Grades 7 – 12 at 1:30PM and will conclude at 4:00PM.