- Mr. McLaren's Science Fair Survival Page
Mr. Peter J McLaren, a science teacher at Cole Junior High in East Greenwich, RI, created this page for the science classes of his school, but the information is good for all students considering entering a project in a local or regional fair.
The Cyber-Fair was created for and by students in grades 3 through 6. Students (and teachers) are welcome to visit this site to look for ideas and share their results. Mr. Morano's Introductory and Intermediate Level guides to Experimental Science Projects are excellent resources.
- Mad Scientist Network
The Mad Scientist Network, a web-based service, takes advantage of "the multimedia nature of the web to further the cause of science literacy in the general public." Users visiting the site can ask questions, view recently submitted questions and answers, or search the archive of more than 7000 question and answer files for specific information.
- Texas State Science Fair
The Texas State Science Fair Page is designed for students in the 6th - 12th grades who finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in the Regional Science Fair
- Intel ISEF news image
Students beginning research projects use the Rules Wizard to help define what rules and regulations you need to be certain you know and follow. Intel International Science & Engineering Fair
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The Fair Director
Dr. Stephen Nelson
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org