will be held at the UofM Field House, 1800 University Ave SE, Minneapolis on
The 2014 awards list is available at the Archives tab. See awards and photos for 2014.
The 2014 fair program is available here
Students & teachers may log in to see judging comments for papers and projects.
Congratulations to our state competitors in both projects and research papers! They did extremely well! Congratulations to Carolyn Jons of Eden Prairie for winning the top prize (trophy & $2000 & all-expense paid trip to National Junior Science & Humanities Symposium) at the 2014 North Central Regional Tri-state (MN, ND, & SD) Symposium held just before state science fair.
We wish our finalists, and those finalists chosen at the state science fair as well, the best as they travel to international competition at ISEF in Los Angeles in May! Go Team Twin Cities and Go Team Minnesota!
Our next Twin Cities Regional Science Fairs will be held in February 2015 (a Friday afternoon & evening and Saturday morning until noon-ish). The dates will be announced as soon as we can work within the University of Minnesota athletic schedule to again rent the Field House on the UofM Minneapolis Campus. We will likely be able to confirm our dates in September. Student registration for 2015 will be open in January. Volunteers, judges, and teachers may register anytime!
The new rules and forms for the 2014-2015 year will be available in mid-May. For pre-approval, students may email their complete research plan to email@example.com with their name and grade in school for next year.
The cost of registering a project is $20 per person (team projects are $20 times the number of students on the team).
The cost of registering a research paper is $20 per person. Electricity on the show floor is $5 additional.
If you have questions please email or call!
Thank you to our financial sponsors who support science & engineering education and make this fair possible! View links to all our sponsors