Twin Cities Regional Science Fair

Feb 14-15th, 2003
 

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.

Images shot on Feb 14-15th, 2003.

Shot with a Vivitar ViviCam10

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Awards Recipiants and Ben

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MAS Award Winners

The following received a Certificate of Merit and a prize packet from MAS for their projects. Thanks to NASA Glenn Research Center, MN Space Frontier, MAS, nemer fieger and Radio City who contributed to the prize packets.

Annie Georges
7091 T
Sight in Light or Night

Megan Teckman
1038W
Analysis of a Blowout in Galaxy NGC 3628 Using IR Polarization

MAS's Lauren Nelson completes a judging form

MN SFS Award Winners

The following received a Certificate of Achievement and a prize packet from MN SFS for their projects. Thanks to NASA Glenn Research Center, MN Space Frontier, MAS, and Radio City who contributed to the prize packets.

Justin Cusick
6016S
Hot Air Balloons

Kelly Roach
7051T
Does the Ratio of Vinegar & Baking Soda Effect the Distance of the Rocket

Emily Dillard
7063T
Which Weather Forecast is More Accurate?

Jonathan Killiam
7074T
How Do Airplanes Get Lift?

Zach Arney
7111S
Stealh Technology

Rebekah Power
7126T
How Does Airlplane Fly?

Lee Swanson
7129T
Which Surface Creates Less Drag?

Jake Fremont & Mike Lemke
7143S
Aerodynamics

Alex Hewett
8023S
Airplanes & Propellers

Erik Jorgensen
8057T
Which Airfoil Design Creates the Most Lift?

David Ricke
8064T
Which Airfoil Design Creates the Most Lift?

Nino Caliandro & John Pickard (Not Pictured)
8087S
Wings of Flight

Adam Allen
8093W
Help Terraform Mars by Extracting the Oxygen in the Soil

Garrison Hunter
1044 T
How Far Will a Pressurized Rocket Go?

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