36th annual Fair
March 28, 2019
The event is affiliated with Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Washington, D.C. Between 400 and 500 students are expected to exhibit projects involving biology, botany, chemistry, physics, health and medicine, and more. Top winners will have an opportunity to exhibit at ISEF. The fair also features the NSU Science Bowl competition, with a junior division for grades 7-9 and senior division for grades 9-12. Judges are approximately 70 professionals from the Aberdeen area; Northern faculty; and upper-level Northern students.
Nathan Rook and Conner Torrence, Aberdeen Central High School: "Low Cost 3-D Printed Robotic Arm"
Individual Grand Winners
Hailey Boekelheide, Northwestern School: "Recreating Ancient Art Mediums"
Danny Orr, Northwestern School: "Feasibility of Supplementation of Oxyhydrogen Gas to Increase Internal Combustion Efficiency"
Jacob Kuch, Aberdeen Central High School: "Production of Cellulosic Ethanol via the Breakdown of Cardboard by Acids and Bases"
1st place - Aberdeen Central
2nd place – Langford
3rd place – Frederick
1st place - Frederick
2nd place – Northwestern
What makes a good science fair project?
- Science Fair Projects: General Information
- Plant Science Presentation
- Earth Science Presentation
- Chemistry Projects Presentation