Science Fair directory
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These are some of the most well known science fairs.

National and International Fairs and Competitions


  • Intel Science Talent Search (STS):  A competition for high school seniors. Top prize is a $100,000 scholarship.
  • Siemens Westinghouse Competition in Math, Science and Technology:  A competition for high school students. Top prize is a $100,000 scholarship.
  • The Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS):  This program invites high school students in grades 9–12 to conduct an original research investigation in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics, and to participate in a regional symposium sponsored by universities or other academic institutions. Regional winners proceed to a national competition.
  • The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition:  For U.S. and Canadian students in grades 7-12. Top prize is $3,000 and a trip to Walt Disney World and Kennedy Space Center.
  • Davidson Fellows Scholarship Program:  This program aims to recognize exceptional students and support them in the fulfillment of their potential. It includes categories of science, mathematics, and technology, among others. The top prize is $50,000.
  • Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC):  The world's largest model rocket contest, accepts teams of students in grades 7–12 from any U.S. school or non-profit youth organization.

  • Young Naturalist Awards:  This program from the American Museum of Natural History and sponsored by Alcoa Corporation is a research-based essay contest for students in grades 7–12 to promote participation and communication in science.

  • Discovery Young Scientist Challenge (DYSC):  For students in grades 5-8. Ten finalists will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the competition finals. The first-place winner will receive a $50,000 savings bond.


The following competitions require that students first qualify at an affiliated fair. See the websites for details:



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Here is a list that tries to list all science fairs in the world that you can access through the Internet
http://physics.usc.edu/ScienceFairs/


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