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!
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!
In May, Terra Fairs hosted a webinar for students to ask a NASA astronaut different questions. Questions ranged from information about his trip to space and how to become a part of NASA to tips on upgrading your science fair project. We are still accepting questions and you can leave a comment on the blog … Continue reading Ask an Astronaut Still Going!
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