Every year Terra sponsors at least 1 project with up to 3 students per project to attend Intel ISEF. Last year 4 students were able to attend Intel ISEF 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Allendale Columbia School is putting on a showing of National Geographic's documentary, "Science Fair". The documentary is centered on nine students who are coming from all over the world to compete in Intel's International Science and Engineering Fair. The movie will start at 6:30 pm! Participants at each of the Terra Fairs have the opportunity … Continue reading Movie Showing of “Science Fair”
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?
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
Intel's International Science and Engineering Fair is the focal point of two recently released documentaries, Inventing Tomorrow and Science Fair. ISEF has been coined the Olympics of high school science fairs, as students from all around the globe represent their countries in academics rather than athletics. National Geographic's Science Fair, a film by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster, was released on … Continue reading Intel ISEF on the Big Screen