Category Archives: science fair contest – competitions

Find competitions to enter to test out your science experiments and possibly win prizes!

Science Fair Olympiad

Online International Science Fair Olympiad

We are so excited to have the first science fair projects site for parents, teachers, homeschoolers and students where you can share your ideas, projects and experiments with each other worldwide. This is truly a forum where an interested community can seek answers to their questions.

We all run into stumbling blocks when we are working on a project. I am sure that other people have the same experience

Middle School Science Fair Projects Competitions: Youth Awards Program

This week we are going to be looking at the National Energy Education Development Project Youth Awards Program. While this is not a science competition, per se, it is a way for schools to recognize outstanding students for their science achievements. The focus of this program is classroom science exploration. It is designed to encourage […]

Science Project Ideas: National Renewable Energy Lab

This week I want to talk about the science programs and competitions offered by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. This foundation offers programs and competitions for elementary school students, middle school students and high school students. Read on to learn about tutoring programs and science competitions. If you are associated with an elementary school, either […]

Science Projects: EV Challenge

Last week we started a series on science competitions that you and your school can enter. Today I want to continue this discussion by exploring the EV Challenge competition. This competition is focused on transportation technology. This week’s science competition is the EV Challenge, which has recently been renamed “SMARTT Challenge.” SMARTT stands for “Students […]

Energy Science Fair Projects: ExploraVision Competition

Over the last several months this blog has covered a wide variety of science topics. During the month of April, I want to focus on science programs and competitions that you and your schools can participate in. The first in this series is ExploraVision, which is in its 16th year of operation. ExploraVision is a […]

Canon Envirothon July 28 through August 3, 2008

Last week I touched on the Department of Energy and their multiple science competitions that students can enter.  This week I would like to talk about the Canon Envirothon. This is the national event. To participate in the national event your team will need to have already won a state level competition for the same […]

Super Science Fair Projects Pay Off: Intel Science Talent Institute Competition Offer $530,000 in Prizes

Previously we discussed the breaking news on the discovery of dust clouds around nearby sun-like stars and the possibility of other Earth-like planets. Today, I would like to talk about a science competition that I mentioned in an earlier post, the Intel Science Talent Search. This science competition is now moving on to the final […]

2008 Virutal Science Fair Contest Launches Today

If you have been following this blog then you know how passionate I am about the environment and about using school based science fair projects to expand students’ understanding and passion for ecology and renewable energy development. This year the Super Science Fair Project website will be hosting several virtual science fairs. These contests can […]

Intel(r)’s Education Initiative: Investing $100 million

Today students need every advantage that we can offer them. As educators, we are aware that providing the resources that our students need to excel in the world is not always easy because of budget deficits. However, there are companies that are trying to lend a helping hand to schools, students, universities, teachers and communities. […]