Beyond your verbal presentation, the findings of your research project will be presented on a presentation board to be evaluated by the judges. The information that is put on these boards is critical to the success of your presentation, so it's important to know what is necessary and how to structure your board. The video … Continue reading Presentation Boards
Hesitant about registering for a Terra Science Fair? Perhaps you're wondering 'What's the benefit of competing in a science fair?' or in other words, you're wondering what's in it for you. You have the opportunity to earn some incredible prizes including a chance to compete in Genius Olympiad or Intel ISEF. We think these fairs … Continue reading What’s in it for me?
Rochester Institute of Technology is hosting the Girls in STEM Fair on February 23, 2019. The event is presented by the College of Engineering Technology, Women in Technology, the RIT K12 University Center, and RIT's many incredible women in STEM. The fair will give girls the opportunity to explore, engage and experience many different possibilities … Continue reading Girls in STEM Fair
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
Accidents happen a lot not just in life, but in science as well. Some of the greatest discoveries happened as the result of an accident, from the invention of the potato chip to the discovery of penicillin. 2 young scientists, Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao made their own mistakes throughout their experiments to discover a … Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid to Make Mistakes!