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International Science and Engineering Fair Links|Science Posse Science Fair Resources

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair sets the standard for science fair projects and is the place to start when you are considering a science fair project for the State Science Fair, now or as you get older.

The Wyoming State Science Fair follows the rules and requires the paper work  specified by Intel ISEF.

Society for Science & the Public: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

The Society for Science & the Public is dedicated “to promote the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement”. They have partnered with Intel, one of the largest and well known technologies based companies in the world to set the standard for science fairs internationally.

Students:

The Get Started link on this website provides some wonderful scientific resources as well as videos featuring past projects in this internationally acclaimed science fair. The Forms Wizard found here will guide you through all the forms necessary for regional, state and international competition

Parents and Teachers:

The Rules and Guidelines on this website provides all the necessary information that teachers/parents need to know in order to develop a science fair at their school that follows international accepted guidelines and to support their young scientists. (Rules and Guidelines PDF)

The Forms Wizard found here will guide you through all the forms necessary for regional, state and international competition. All the Forms are found here. The first form, Form 1, is a checklist for adult sponsors, as it is the responsibility of the adult sponsor to know the rules and provide guidance to each student researcher

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