Twin Cities Regional Science Fair


Feb 24-25th, 2006

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 24-25th, 2006.

Shot with a Sony Kodak CX7300

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U of MN Field House

Judge chow by Twin City Cartering

judging area

Judge Registration

MN SFS/MAS Prize pack stuff

U of MN Field House

U of MN Field House

Sponsor

Sponsor

Sponsor

TCRSF sign

Sponsors

Sponsor

St Paul Sci Fair

Twin Cities Sci Fair

Western Sci Fair

tables

tables

Julian Seine
What Paper Airplane Flies Best

Jeffrey Bissoy-Mattis
Can a Rocket Fly with Baking Soda & Vinegar?

Ali Colburn: More Twinkle
Windy or Still Night?

Shahrazad Negeye
What are Sun Spots?

Jacob Okerland
Hummingbirds and Helicopters

Daniel Grady
3-2-1 Blastoff!

Chloe Adams
How Do Gliders Fly?

Jonathan Chavez
Does the Shape of a Rocket's
Nose Cone Effect the Altitude a
Rocket Attains?

Eric Nycklemoe
Black Holes: A Fatal Attraction

Katie Miller
Temperature of a Star and the Frequency of a Musical Pitch

Nicholas Reynolds
What Does the Ideal Nose Look like?

Peter Harkema
5-4-3: Which Will It Be?

Jeffrey Bissoy-Mattis
Can a Rocket Fly with Baking Soda & Vinegar?

Eric Nycklemoe
Black Holes: A Fatal Attraction

Jacob Okerland
Hummingbirds and Helicopters

Nicholas Reynolds
What Does the Ideal Nose Look like?

student check-in

Jonathan Chavez
Does the Shape of a Rocket's
Nose Cone Effect the Altitude a
Rocket Attains?

audience

audience

prizes

prizes

Space prizes

Intel sign

Audience

Audience

Medtronic presenter

Mike : USDA

Trisha : Hennepin Med Soc.

3M Presenter

Penny presents some 'just for fun prizes'

Phil : USS Nokomis

prize winners

Pete: US Navy Reserve

awards crowd

Brian : American Fishing

Jason

Justin : USAF

Eric, Ben & Shahrazad
Ben with MAS winners

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.

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, MN Planetarium and Radio City who contributed to the prize packets.


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