Every research project submitted to the Terra regional science fairs requires proper citations. For junior level projects and topic presentations, we recommend using MLA Citations. For senior level research/engineering projects that are ISEF eligible we recommend APA citations. This Junior Level Citation Guide will assist in the citation process for junior level projects, using MLA formatting. … Continue reading Citation Guide
Registration for the Terra Regional Science Fairs in Rochester and Potsdam opens, today, November 20, 2018. You can view the PowerPoint below for a step-by-step guide on how to register for the Terra Fairs. Terra hosts fairs in 4 locations across New York State, in Buffalo, Potsdam, Olean, and Rochester. For more information about each … Continue reading Terra Fairs Registration Now Open!
Open the door to fun, discovery and international competition! Start your own GO Club! Genius Olympiad provides GO Clubs in the U.S. with $100 start-up funding. Club members prepare and submit environment-focused projects in one or more categories. Art, creative writing, music, short film Science, robotics, engineering Business What do GO clubs need? At least … Continue reading Start a GO Club
In order to keep our students, judges, and volunteers safe, we have decided to hold the 2020 TRFSEF as a virtual fair on April 4, two weeks later than originally scheduled. After discussing the option of the fair could go virtual on the 28th, many other issues and restrictions have arisen. As a result, the … Continue reading COVID-19 Update
There are a few exciting announcements concerning Terra Fairs in 2020. We are eager to announce that the Dutchess County Regional Science Fair is now a Terra Partner Fair! Find out more about that fair here. This makes 5 fairs and 25 counties that Terra serves. We would also like to announce that registration for … Continue reading Terra Fairs in 2020!
The Society for Science and the Public has announced the first-ever Middle School Research Teachers Conference. This peer-led professional development conference is for middle school teachers who have an interest in leading students in science research (science fair-type) projects. Fifty teachers will be selected via lottery to come to Washington, DC, all-expenses-paid, for a weekend … Continue reading Society for Science and the Public Introduces Middle School Research Teachers Conference
The Lemelson Early Inventor Prize was designed by the Society for Science & the Public and The Lemelson Foundation to engage and inspire the next generation of inventors, especially emphasizing the critical time that middle school represents in student development. Through this grant, the Society and The Lemelson Foundation aims to highlight young inventors whose projects … Continue reading Lemelson Early Inventor Prize Winners
One of the grand prizes at each of the Terra Science and Engineering Fairs is advancement to Genius Olympiad. Genius Olympiad is the second largest international project based competition in the United States with over 1,200 participants from more than 70 countries! There are 5 different categories at Genius Olympiad including Science, VPA, Business, Robotics … Continue reading Off to Genius Olympiad!