Twin Cities Regional Science Fair

Feb 23-24th, 2001
 

The Twin Cities Regional Science Fair (TCRSF) exists solely for the betterment of youth in the Twin Cities
area. Our mission is to provide opportunities for interaction with mentors, discussion of project goals,
presentation of ideas, and project analysis for all youth in the Twin Cities area. We strongly support
under-represented groups with financial assistance, mentor involvement, and project guidance. We strive to motivate, encourage, and support all efforts by a philosophy of, "Everyone who tries is a winner."

Students who live in Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington, and Dakota Counties who are in grades 6-12 are invited to participate.

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Twin Cities Regional Science Fair Banner
Twin Cities Regional Science Fair Banner
St. Paul Science Fair Banner
St. Paul Science Fair Banner
Western Suburbs Science Fair Banner
Western Suburbs Science Fair Banner
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Rows of Displays
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Prizes
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More prizes
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Megan Wang
Lifecycle of a Star
610t
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Laura Bukowski
Meteorite Mystery 2000
611t
Jennifer Marshall
Planetary Engineering: Will Plants Grow on Mars?
Jennifer Marshall
Planetary Engineering: Will Plants Grow on Mars
7054W
Liv Anderson
Liv Anderson
Computer Rocketry for Dummies
8032S
Rayna DeMaster
Rayna DeMaster
Analyzing the Probability of Extinction for a Radiating Blackbody
148t
Micah Hensley
Micah Hensley
Cosmic Rays
8034s
Christina Cotter
Christina Cotter
Effects of Weight on Airplane Stability
8068T
Is Wind, Gravity or Both Better to Propel Magnetic Objects
Max Hoiland & Kevin Gillmore
Is Wind, Gravity or Both Better to Propel Magnetic Objects
(Team Project)
8069t
Michael Belisle
Michael Belisle
Aerodynamic Efficiency of Circular Wing Forms in a Constant Subsonic Flow
153t
Brian Bergner
Brian Bergner
Effect of Fabric & Shapes on Parachute Descent Rate
186T
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Timothy Shortreed
Rockets
628w
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Travis Barke
Effect of a Plane's Wing Size
7053w
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Sarah Dobrick
What Kind of Wings Make Airplanes Fly Farthest
7061t?
Samuel Ellison
Samuel Ellison
Speed and Shape
7113t
Francesca Marano
Francesca Marano
Enhanced Gravitational Effect on Germination
8018s
Ellen Oaks
Ellen Oaks
What Age Group Knows the Most About Our Galaxy?
8092s
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Brandon Turner and Bryan Burns
Model Rockets
(TEAM PROJECT)
7144
Laura Thurston
Laura Thurston for IKV Rakehell
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Penny Lohman
TCRSF Director
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Laura Thurston
Laura Thurston for IKV Rakehell
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robot cam controller
Robot Cam Controller
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Robot Cam
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Video Receiver
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Klingon Security
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U of MN President Speaks
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U of MN President Speaks
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Happy 150th birthday to U of MN
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Award Winners list: (PDF reader needed)

MAS award winners listed on page 7
MN SFS award winners listed on page 8


The following received a 'Certificate of Achievement' from MN SFS for their science fair projects today.

Each member received a frameable certificate, and several nice space science handouts.

Thanks to Radio City, Mpls Planetarium, NASA and MAS for providing the handouts.

--Ben
MN SFS Asst. Dir.


Megan Wang
Lifecycle of a Star

Laura Bukowski
Meteorite Mystery 2000

Rayna DeMaster
Analyzing the Probability of Extinction for a Radiating Blackbody

Timothy Shortreed
Rockets

Travis Barke
Effect of a Plane's Wing Size

Jennifer Marshall
Planetary Engineering: Will Plants Grow on Mars?

Sarah Dobrick
What Kind of Wings Make Airplanes Fly Best?

Samuel Ellison
Speed and Shape

Brandon Turner
Model Rockets
 (TEAM PROJECT)
Bryan Burns
Model Rockets

Francesca Marano
Enhanced Gravitational Effect on Germination

Liv Anderson
Computer Rocketry for Dummies

Christina Cotter
Effects of Weight on Airplane Stability

Max Hoiland
Is Wind, Gravity or Both Better to Propel Magnetic Objects
  (Team Project)
Kevin Gillmore
Is Wind, Gravity or Both Better to Propel Magnetic Objects

Michael Belisle
Aerodynamic Efficiency of Circular Wing Forms in a Constant Subsonic
Flow

Brian Bergner
Effect of Fabric & Shapes on Parachute Descent Rate

The following received a 'Certificate of Merit' from MAS for their science fair projects today.

Each member received a frameable certificate, and several nice space science handouts.

Thanks to Radio City, Mpls Planetarium and MN SFS for providing the handouts.

Thanks also to MAS Secretary Sam Hunt who helped pick the winners.

--Ben
MAS President

Megan Wang
Lifecycle of a Star
610t

Laura Bukowski
Meteorite Mystery 2000
611t
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Micah Hensley
Cosmic Rays
8034s
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Ellen Oaks
What Age Group Knows the Most About Our Galaxy?
8092s
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Rayna DeMaster
Analyzing the Probability of Extinction for a Radiating Blackbody
148t


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