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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 4h
When was the last time you visited the MSEF web site? It's chock-full of info about this year's middle and high school science fairs for students, teachers and judges, and how to succeed!
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MSEF Oct 11
Where are you getting your research information for your science project? Are you sure it's from a reputable internet site? Here's an article about 'fake news', but be careful to not fall for 'fake...
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MSEF Oct 3
Get a head start on your project. Submit your research plan for pre-approval. SEFOS is open to start the process!
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MSEF Oct 2
Online System Open! Students Can Apply for Approval of their Research Plans
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MSEF Oct 1
Do you think women are smart enough to pursue a career in STEM? More than half the people in this survey don't think...
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MSEF Sep 27
A new documentary about science fairs is being released by National Geographic and will be showing starting tomorrow (9/28) at the Fenway 13 Cinema in Boston. The movie, about Society for Science & the Public's ISEF, shadows...
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MSEF Sep 26
Support Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair Inc by shopping at AmazonSmile.
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MSEF Sep 22
Parents who participated in a science fair when they were in school probably remember it with dread. Today, a science and engineering fair is very, very different; students are making tremendous discoveries. This is not your father's science fair!!...
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MSEF Sep 19
Thank you to MCTA (Massachusetts Chemistry & Technology Alliance) and to all that came out for the Swing for Science golf tournament. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the MSEF’s scholarship fund. Pictured is Rianna, one of last years MCTA scholarship recipients.
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MSEF Sep 18
Congratulations to Anna Du, a 7th grader from the Andover School of Montessori as the only middle school student from MA (and a winner at the 2018 MSEF Middle School Fair) to be selected as one of the Top...
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MSEF Sep 5
9 middle school students in MA were named to this year’s Top 300 Broadcom Masters from more than 2,500 entrants nationwide including 67 students in Massachusetts. The nine students are Anna Du (Andover School of...
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MSEF Sep 2
Why did they become scientists? Read the responses of several people about what inspired them to become a scientist.
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MSEF Aug 28
Students from around the world have received Community Innovation Awards from Society for Science & the Public for participating in their local science fair...
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MSEF Aug 21
Where might be a good place to get an idea for a project? Check out science or engineering magazines in your library or on-line, like Science News - or Science News for Students -
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MSEF Aug 17
Is your school looking to develop a science fair program, or improve it? If so, you can apply for an "MSEF Mini-Grant" which will give you up to $1,000, as well as $3,500 in tuition scholarships to Curious Minds courses for STEM teachers, and...
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MSEF Jul 31
Massachusetts science fair participants have participated at ISEF for many years with great results! Can’t wait to check out this movie!
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MSEF Jul 12
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MSEF Jul 1
Are you a student going into your senior year in high school? Have you completed, or are now working on an original science research project? The Society for Science & the Public's Regeneron Science Talent Search is now accepting...
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MSEF Jun 9
More photos from the MSSEF Middle School Science Fair. The judging process here is just as rigorous as at the High School Fair. Students are expected to not only have a display board and must explain their project in...
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MSEF Jun 3
It was a busy day yesterday for our students at the MSSEF Middle School Science Fair. Much of the day was spent setting up their project, waiting for judges and waiting for the award ceremony to start. All the...
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