CWSF 2014 will bring Canada's top young scientists to Windsor, Ontario and provide a unique opportunity to showcase Windsor and Essex County's culture, industry, research and educational facilities, including the University of Windsor, and St. Clair College. The event will involve a variety of community organizations and individuals who will work together to make the national science fair experience memorable for participants.
The Google Science Fair 2013 Awards Ceremony will take place at 10:00pm EDT on Monday, September 23rd. All 15 finalists, including Canada's Ann Makosinski, will be recognized and the award winners will be announced.
It has been a whole 72 hours since I returned home from my amazing adventure in the Arctic and I'm still finding it difficult to tear my thoughts away from the north and return them to my regular life down here.
What a week it has been! From inspirational projects and collaborative activities to breathtaking scenery and spectacular ceremonies; the 2013 Canada-Wide Science Fair has been a huge success.
The quest of judging now complete, the finalists embarked on a full day of tours. The day’s itinerary consisted of three distinctively Albertan locales.
After toiling in basement labs and over school microscopes throughout the course of the year, vying for the right to compete at school, regional, and sometimes provincial competitions, journeying from all edges of the country, and preparing over three intense days, the pinnacle of this year’s science fair season has arrived: Judging Day. Judges have gathered to Lethbridge from far and wide, hailing from prestigious institutions such as the University of Victoria, University of Lethbridge, the Government of Alberta, and Defence Research and Development Canada amongst many others.
Finalists were up bright and early today at the exhibit hall here at the University of Lethbridge after a night of Human Battleship in the Finalists Lounge. Local students came to see the hundreds of amazing projects at this year’s Canada-Wide Science Fair. An overwhelming 1200 elementary and secondary students carried around “passports” for the finalists to “stamp”. Global News Lethbridge added some excitement as they interviewed finalists with their projects for the evening newscast.