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The thirteenth annual South Fraser Regional Science Fair for Grades 7 – 12 students from Surrey and Delta public and independent schools will be held on April 4 and April 5, 2019, at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Surrey Campus.
We will be sending up to eight students (expenses paid!) to the Canada Wide Science Fair in Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 11-18, 2019.
The resources page at the Science Fair Foundation of BC has a wealth of useful information for students who are planning projects and for teachers. At the end of the SFFBC resources there is a link to a 15-page “Guide to Completing your Science Fair Project” by Churmy Fan and Clara Westwell-Roper.
Our 2018 Canada Wide Science Fair Finalists
LEFT TO RIGHT: Natasha Burgert (Semiahmoo Secondary), Cheryl Chen (Surrey Academy of Independent Learning), Mohamed Hussain (Fraser Heights Secondary), Sana Sharms (Panorama Ridge Secondary), Stuti Sharma (Surrey Academy of Independent Learning). Alexander Charnetski (Annieville Elementary)
Taiwan International Science Fair Announcement
Natasha Burgert earned a bronze medal in the Environmental Engineering category at the Taiwan International Science Fair for her three-wheeled, solar-powered bike.
Burgert was one of two B.C. students to represent the province and country at the Taiwan science fair, held Jan. 27 to Feb. 2. Nicolas Fedrigo of Claremont Secondary (located in Saanich) also competed, claiming first place in the Engineering category for a project titled Improving Spinal Fusions: Redesigning the Pedicle Probe to Prevent Vertebral Breaches.
According to a news release from the Science Fair Foundation of B.C., the wins mark the fifth consecutive year that both Team BC students participating in the Taiwan science fair have returned home with medals.
You can read the latest article by the Peach Arch News about Natasha’s win.
Past articles of her participation in the South Fraser Regional Science Fair and the Canada Wide Science Fair can be found in the following links: Peace Arch News and in a follow-up article with a video.