Science is Fun!

Smiles all around at the Science Fair!

 

Northwest Science & Innovation (NSIS) provides programming and events to encourage more awareness of science and technology among students, with the aim of encouraging students to pursue studies and careers in science and technology. For more information visit: http://www.nsis.ca/
Northwest Science & Innovation (NSIS) provides programming and events to encourage more awareness of science and technology among students, with the aim of encouraging students to pursue studies and careers in science and technology. For more information visit: http://www.nsis.ca/
This Grade 1 student's Banana Slip project got the Best in Fair Certificate. Imagine sliding on a banana skin for the sake of scientific investigation!
This Grade 1 student’s Banana Slip project got the Best in Fair Certificate. Imagine sliding on a banana skin for the sake of scientific investigation!

 

Thank you to the Northwest Science and Innovation (NSIS) Science Fair committee, and especially Christine Slanz, Executive Director at christine@nsis.ca, for The 2014 Northwest Science Fair Extravaganza. Here are a few photos from the March 1, 2014 Terrace Science Fair held at Veritas School. Highly creative and unique projects were on display, and fun was had by all. Well done to those who chose to participate!

Cora Baerg, a grade 3 student at Uplands Elementary School, proudly wears one of the N(Si)S T-shirts and displays her ribbon and certificate, which acknowledge the hard work she put into researching the rate of decay of cheeseburgers made with and without preservatives. Nice job, Cora!
Cora Baerg, a grade 3 student at Uplands Elementary School, proudly wears one of the N(Si)S T-shirts and displays her ribbon and certificate, which acknowledge the hard work she put into researching the rate of decay of cheeseburgers made with and without preservatives. Nice job, Cora!
Eva Barnett and Charlize Bretherick, grade 4 students at Uplands Elementary School, examined the contents of dog food. Do you know what you're feeding your dog? The girls also handed out healthy homemade dog treats. My dog thoroughly enjoyed them!
Eva Barnett and Charlize Bretherick, grade 4 students at Uplands Elementary School, examined the contents of dog food. Do you know what you’re feeding your dog? The girls also handed out healthy homemade dog treats. My dog thoroughly enjoyed them!

Don’t forget to check out the Pacific Northwest Regional Science Fair: Click here for the PNW Science Fair Brochure 2014 (April 11-12, NWCC, Smithers).

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