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!
Congratulations to the participants of the 2019 Terra Fairs who have qualified to advance to Intel ISEF 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona! Over 1800 students from over 75 countries participate in Intel ISEF. The competition will take place from May 12-17 2019. Jerry Hou participated in the Terra Rochester-Finger Lakes Science and Engineering Fair. Jerry is … Continue reading Advancing to Intel ISEF 2019
At each Terra Regional Science Fair, students will be expected to present their work to a number of judges. It's important to have all the correct information on your display board, be well-versed in your research, and well-rehearsed in your presentation, but that's not all the judges are looking for. Find out what some judges … Continue reading Judging
One of the hardest parts of doing scientific research can be getting started. If you're having trouble finding a topic for research, consider checking out our Pinterest page, or visit Science Buddies for inspiration. Perhaps you already know what you'd like to do research on but are unsure on how to begin the project, or … Continue reading Getting Started.
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