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 2013 MSSS weekend is over! We would like to congratulate to all participants, and hope to see everyone back again next year!
Here’s a list of Winners from this year’s science fair from the Winnipeg Free Press website http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/Science-fair-winners-205172861.html
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Check out the article about MSSS in todays Winnipeg Free Press here!
MSSS encourages students age 13-18 to participate in the Google Science Fair, an online science competition for students around the globe! Visit their website to learn about the competition, how to compete, and the amazing prizes that tadalafil no prescription are offered! Submissions close on April 30th, 2013 – That’s in 63 days!
Check out the University of Manitoba’s Three Minute Thesis Competition Final on March 6th! See 9 graduate students present their reasearch discoveries in three minutes to a panel of judges! The winner is awarded $5,000!
Find out more at UMANITOBA.CA/3MT
Students should be aware that project displays at the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) must now be in a two-panel format. MSSS will accept the new two-panel display that is approved by the National Science Fair Committee, but it is not mandatory. You can check out the guidelines for a two-panel project display on the Canada-Wide Science Fair website here.
More information and the official announcement about changing the Project Display System at CWSF is also available to read here.
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