Si tu es curieux de découvrir quels types de projets sont sélectionnés pour participer à l'expo-sciences pancanadienne, à quoi ils ressemblent et ce qu'ils ont remporté ou de connaître les projets présentés par les jeunes de ta région, l'ESPC virtuelle est une mine d'or. Tu peux chercher parmi les 2 500 projets en :
If you're curious to see what types of projects are selected for the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF), what they look like, what they won, or how projects from your part of the country have fared, the Virtual CWSF is a goldmine of information. You can search nearly 2,500 projects by:
Canada's representatives, Adam Noble and Shayla Larson of Lakefield, Ontario were selected at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in May. They will compete for the prestigious Stockholm Junior Water Prize in late August in Stockholm, Sweden.
Canada has performed extremely well in the competition:
- Alexandre Allard and Danny Luong of Québec City won the competition in 2010
I had a long conversation over dinner this week with a Canada Research Chair in the behavioural sciences who isthe mother of two sons still in elementary school. She recounted the tale of her sons preparing science projects for their classes, which were something like Grade 4 and 7.
Project sites for the 2011 Google Science Fair must be completed by April 4, 2011. All students participating in regional science fairs across Canada, as well as in the Canada-Wide Science Fair, are encouraged to enter their project in the Google Science Fair. Details are available at the Google Science Fair web site.
After two years of discussion, consultation, planning, and development - and considerable patience on the part of our members, regions, volunteers, and supporters - we launched the new Youth Science Canada web site on March 1st. In reality, our new web presence is actually six interconnected sites - one for each of our key programs - plus an organizational site that focuses on our overall mission of engaging youth through science in inquiry and critical thinking.
MILSET Expo-Sciences International (ESI) 2011 will host young scientists from approximately 75 nations in a non-competitive science exhibition from July 17-23 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Team Canada-MILSET members are selected by provincial youth science organizations at the Canada-Wide Science Fair and Super Expo-Sciences Hydro-Québec.
Online registration for CWSF 2011 closed on April 30 at midnight PST.
Online registration for CWSF 2011 opens March 1.CWSF participants must be selected at one of the 102 Regional Science Fairs across Canada and entered into the online system by a Regional Coordinator. To find your nearest Regional Science Fair, use theFind Your Faironline application.
Click the link to access the CWSF online registration system.