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Advancing STEM education and increasing participation in inquiry-based learning through the development of science and engineering projects by students.
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MSEF Feb 20
We continue our celebration of Engineer’s Week. In 2011, Kristen Goehl and Harihar Subramanyam of Wachusett Regional HS won at MSEF and won several awards and prizes at Intel International Science And Engineering...
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MSEF Feb 18
In celebration of Engineers Week, we'll take a look back at some of our winning engineering students all this week. Lexington High's 2012 team of Matthew...
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MSEF Feb 17
We’ve just released information about our upcoming Curious Minds Initiative courses - scholarships available. Our newest online course, “GRIPS, Guiding Research and Innovation Projects by Students” begins on March 11th. Learn more: .
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MSEF Feb 10
MSEF Judges: Online Registration Open!
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MSEF Feb 10
Amazon shoppers can select Massachusetts Science & Engineering Fair as the organization to support through the AmazonSmile program. When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to MSEF. Bookmark the link to...
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MSEF Feb 6
Implement the Revised MA STE Standards!
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MSEF Feb 2
Since 1887, a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil, in PA has "predicted" if we're going to have six more weeks of winter based on whether or not he sees his shadow. Do you think...
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MSEF Feb 1
Can your science project be replicated? Many judges will look through your notebook to see if the details and procedures in your... ’t-be-replicated?fbclid=IwAR0N5HbFF9Ex9GtDws9n1IipevJ1a126h3nux4Mpyb_d1WAJuJRnMHd9eFQ
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MSEF Jan 30
How can you help to motivate middle and high school students towards a career in STEM? You can invest a few hours of your time, once a year, to be a science fair judge! As someone who is not a teacher or family...
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MSEF Jan 23
40 Finalists were named today to the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search. We're extremely pleased that MSEF 2018 winner Frank Xu from Brookline High School was named a finalist for his project: “A unique...
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MSEF Jan 23
40 Finalists were named today to the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search. We're extremely pleased that MSEF 2018 winner Frank Xu from Brookline High School was named a finalist for his project: “A...
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MSEF Jan 16
A student from Australia won the top $75,000 prize at this year's Society for Science & the Public's International Science & Engineering Fair. With an Engineering Design project, he...
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MSEF Jan 14
Broadcom M.A.S.T.E.R.S. is a nation-wide competition for middle school students, with a top prize of $25,000! Learn more about the...
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MSEF Jan 9
300 students were named today, as Scholars in the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search. Included in the list were three students who won awards at the 2018 MSSEF for high school students. Congratulations to...
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MSEF Jan 4
In 2014, Boston Latin Freshman, Nathan Han, won the top $75,000 prize at ISEF. He did this with a computer and a 'big data' project utilizing various public on-line data bases. Check out this article & video about...
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MSEF Jan 1
Here are the 10 most significant scientific breakthroughs of 2018.
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MSEF Dec 27
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, by 2020 there will be more than one million more computer science-related job openings in the U.S. than graduating college students...
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MSEF Dec 18
An alum of Society for Science & the Public believes that success in STEM is about passion. "If you have a passion for something, and you drive towards that, and continue to drive...
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MSEF Dec 13
What do you think the biggest challenges and rewards are of research scientists who work in four different environments: outdoors in the field, and indoors in the...
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MSEF Dec 9
"Interest in science has to be fostered and developed, and we can all play a part," said Kumar Garg, former senior advisor at the White House Office for Science &...
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