EVENTS

Events Publication

XV Canadian Chemistry Olympiad, NEW

(Royal Military College/Collège militaire royal from 26 to 30 May 1999.) 

Popular Mechanics for Kids http://www.pm4kids.com/

 
Student Engineering Contest: The Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia (APENS) in association with the Association of Black Professional Engineers holds a contest for students interested in engineering. To find out more e-mail szwicker@apens.ns.ca or visit the a APENS site at http://www.apens.ns.ca/
Are you looking for interesting science and engineering project/contest stuff. Check it out at STANet. http://is.dal.ca/~stanet/nstw.html

The Amateur Scientist

http://web2.thesphere.com/SAS/

Build an scientific insturment then use it in researching a creative idea of your own design.

SAS topical links http://www.ccn.cs.dal.ca/Science/SAS/sas-sub1.html

Surfing for a project Idea? Check out the tons of research ideas for one that interests you. (ideas for grades 1-12) http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/~jbarron/scifair.html
Check out what kinds of projects that are a hit at other schools. This site lists science fairs located on the web. http://physics1.usc.edu/~gould/ScienceFairs/
Check out the possibility that you overlooked your own backyard. The Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic) is on the net at http://agcwww.bio.ns.ca
Check out NASA Spacelink. Spacelink has loads of links with great background information on practically everything. Bill B., an inventor tech describes projects, complete with diagrams to kick-start your imagination. He also provides links to other sites with science project books. http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov/html/scifairt.html

Check out the coolest science TV shows' on-line-companions. You can view cool ideas which can be turned into interesting science presentations for a school project at the following sites:

http://ericir.syr.edu/Projects/Newton

 

 

 

Bill Eye the Science Guy,

http://nyelabs.kcts.org

 

 

 

Beakmans World,

http://www.nbn.com:80/youcan

 Bill B., an inventor tech describes projects, complete with diagrams to kick-start your imagination. He also provides links to other sites with science project books. http://www.eskimo.com/~billb/amasci.html#kids