Twin Cities Regional Science Fair

March 8-9th, 2002
 

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
Intel Fair Banner
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Banner
Rows of Displays
Rows of Displays
Judges take a break
Judges take a break
Elizabeth Pine
Elizabeth Pine
Moon Size: Illusion or Effect
619t
Eric St. Martin
Eric St. Martin
Behavior of Light
642t
Brandon Baratto
Brandon Baratto
Skateboarding Physics
631t
Alex Nelson
Alex Nelson
What Makes Predicting Weather So Unpredictable?
618t
Barrett Vann
Barrett Vann
Paper Aeroplane Aerodynamics
7114S
Stephen Varverakis
Stephen Varverakis
Refraction of Beam of Light
7115W
Timothy Shortreed
Timothy Shortreed
Rocket
7112W
Liv Anderson
Liv Anderson
Computer Rocketry for Dummies 2.0
1049S
Nicole Feltault
Nicole Feltault
Thrust vs Impulse
8040T
Calvin Meier and Nathan Simons
Calvin Meier and Nathan Simons
How Different Components Affect a Rocket's Performance
8059T
Katy Iber
Katy Iber
Effect of Density on Refraction
8099T
Liz Vestal
Liz Vestal
What Color is Produced by Gas Discharges?<
8105T
David Satter
David Satter
Airplane Wings
8102T
James Kleiner and Dan Rio
James Kleiner and Dan Rio
The Technology of Roller Coasters
7053T
Patrick Kling
Patrick Kling
How Does a Tornado Work ?
1031W
Jennifer Marshall
Jennifer Marshall
SimPlant: Modeling Biodome Life on Mars
8042W
Which Paper Airplane Design Flies the Farthest
Dannie Paskewitz and Maria Vorhis
Which Paper Airplane Design Flies the Farthest?
644T
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Anna Viehman
Into the Sky
8046T

Award Winners list: (PDF reader needed)
See page 12-13


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

Each one received a frameable certificate, and a bag of nice space science handouts.

Thanks to Radio City, Telescope Shope, Mpls Planetarium, NASA and MAS for providing the goodies for the prizes.

--Ben
MN SFS Board Member


Alex Nelson
What Makes Predicting Weather So Unpredictable?

Dannie Paskewitz
Which Paper Airplane Design Flies the Farthest?

Maria Vorhis
Which Paper Airplane Design Flies the Farthest?

James Kleiner
The Technology of Roller Coasters

Dan Rio
The Technology of Roller Coasters

Timothy Shortreed
Rocket

Barrett Vann
Paper Airplane Aerodynamics

Nicole Feltault
Thrust vs Impulse

Jennifer Marshall
SimPlant: Modeling Biodome Life on Mars

Anna Viehman
Into the Sky

Calvin Meier
How Different Components Affect a Rocket's Performance

Nathan Simons
How Different Components Affect a Rocket's Performance

David Satter
Airplane Wings

Patrick Kling
How Does a Tornado Work?

Liv Anderson
Computer Rocketry for Dummies 2.0


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, Telescope Shope, Mpls Planetarium and MN SFS for providing the handouts.

Thanks also to MAS member Kandy Bierle who helped pick the winners.

--Ben
MAS President

Elizabeth Pine
Moon Size: Illusion or Effect

Eric St. Martin
Behavior of Light

Stephen Varverakis
Refraction of a Beam of Light

Katy Iber
Effect of Density on Refraction

Liz Vestal
What Color is Produced by Gas Discharges?


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