Twin Cities Regional Science Fair


Feb 25-26th, 2005

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 25-26th, 2005.

Shot with a Sony Kodak CX7300

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U of MN Field House Home of TCRSF 2005

Goin to U of MN Field

TCRSF sign

TCRSF sign

TCRSF sign

TCRSF sign

Lauren & Jeff confer

Judges work on score sheets

Judges work on score sheets

Hindi Golay
Estimation of the Ray of the Earth Using the Light
6018S

John Quandt
Model Rockets Speed/ Acceleration
6037W

Thomas Bukowski
When North goes South
7062T

Joseph Edwards & Brian Gooley
Wassup? Impact of Wing Angle
on Lift
7133W

Laura Ghostley
Impact Craters
8046W

Chase Haider
Parachutes
8047S

Maria Bollensen
Hot Air Balloons :
Just a Lot of Hot Air?
8051T

Sean Luna
Can you Build a Hovercraft?
8058T

Abigail Wold
Does Number of Sides Affect Structure Strength?
8071S

Kayla Benson
Electromagnets
8086T

Kyle Randolph
Determining Payload Mass in a
"Box Kite" Tumbleweed Rover
1040T

Kids & Projects

Awards Ceremony Crowd

Ben & 2 of 3 MAS winners

Ben & 8 of 9 MN SFS winners

Project tables

presenting awards

Penny Lohman
Fair Director

Volunteers

packing up

Packing up

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, MN Planetarium and Radio City who contributed to the prize packets. Thanks to Lauren Nelson for helping judge this year's enterants.

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. Thanks to Craig Borchard for helping judge this year's enterants.


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