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Cape Breton Regional Science Fair

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Welcome to the Cape Breton Regional Science Fair website. We hope this will be a useful tool for your science fair journey ! 

Mission Statement - To provide our students with the opportunity to foster a life long love of science.

A new school year...

  • time to start your science fair project!
  • be sure to use the information and links on this site to help you out.

The Cape Breton Regional Science Fair 2016 will be held Wednesday, March 30 at CBU.

School Registration- All schools must be registered by November 19, 2015

Participant Registration- All projects must be registered online by March 9, 2016.

Scholarships

There is a variety of university scholarships to be awarded to grade 12 students at the Cape Breton Regional Science Fair. Scholarships to CBU, St.F.X, SMU, Dal and Acadia will be awarded.

Useful links for planning, developing and presenting your project...

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Project: 5 important steps

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Report: A clear description of the contents of a complete project report

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Safety: Important guidelines

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Academic Integrity: Good science builds on the work of others and explicitly acknowledges their work.

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Ethics: Policies to review at the beginning of your project.

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Stepping up your project: Stepping up is a guide for students take their project to the next level.

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Canada Wide Science Fair: Will be held in Fredericton, New Brunswick from May 15 to May 20, 2016.

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NSYES: Nova Scotia Youth Experience in Science is a group of parents, teachers, students and professional scientists working to create enjoyable and educational science experiences for Nova Scotia youths.

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Smarts: The student mentorship Association Regarding Technology and Science is a student-run program within Youth Science Foundation (YSF) Canada that promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) opportunities among students in grades 7 through 12.

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Adult Assistance: The roles of the student and the adults assisting are described, as well as the guidelines to follow.

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Mentorship: The principles of mentoring and the responsibilities of mentors.

Sponsors

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