Registration for DMRSEF Opens on November 30th!


Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair at the University of Colorado Denver February 16 & 18, 2018  REGISTRATION OPENS 11.30.17 REGISTRATION CLOSES 1.17.18 No late registration-no exceptions! $35 per person/team member if registered by 1.03.18 $45 per person/team member by 1.17.18 START HERE! 

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2017 Intel ISEF Winners

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Cassandra Blew (Walsenberg) 4th place in Behavioral & Social Sciences Seth Young (Colorado Springs) 4th place in Microbiology Seth was 5th place overall at CSEF Jay Chandra (Fort Collins) 4th place in Energy: Chemical scholarship to Arizona State University Hari Sowrirajan (Aurora) 3rd place in Cellular & Molecular Biology Isani Singh (Aurora) 2nd place in Biomedical & Health Sciences Isani … Read More

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2017 Science Fair Winners

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Congratulations! The following are the 2017 Denver Metro Regional Science & Engineering Fair winners : Best in Show – Senior 1st:  Hari Sowrirajan 2nd:  Gabrielle Barreto 3rd:  Aubrey Berger Best in Show – Junior 1st:  Nathan Panzer 2nd:  Erin Smith 3rd:  Christopher Moser CATEGORY AWARDS Animal Science – Junior 1st:  Elishevlyne Eliason 2nd:  Michael Erwin & Carter Larsen Animal Science … Read More

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2018 Science Fair Dates

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We are starting to get ready for the 2018 Denver Metro Regional Science & Engineering Fair! If you are a science or engineering teacher or would be interested in mentoring students, volunteering at the event, judging projects, or being involved in any other way – please get these dates on your calendar: Mentor Sign-up Opens: September 1, 2017 Volunteer Sign-up … Read More

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Prohibited & Restricted Chemical List

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GUIDELINES FOR APPLYING THE SCHOOL PROHIBITED AND RESTRICTED CHEMICALS LISTS The Prohibited and Restricted Chemical Lists in this rule were created in a rulemaking process that mainly looked at the occurrence and use of chemicals in laboratory settings or other circumstances where the chemical compounds were used in formulations as reagents or process chemicals. State of Colorado: Guidance on Prohibited … Read More

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Science Fair Project: Cheating in School


Cheating in school: what does science tell us about why it happens … and how to prevent it? That’s the subject of a new study by Society competitor Evelyn Bodoni — and her results show that positive peer pressure might hold the key to discouraging cheaters. Bodoni, a middle school student at Challenge School in Denver, Colo., and a 2015 … Read More

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Emhyr Subramanian – Broadcom MASTERS Finalist!


Project Title: Chitosanic Change: An Attempt to Create a Hydrophobic, Biodegradable, Super-Absorbent Polymer That Can Control, Extract, and Absorb Waste Individual/Team Leader’s Name: Emhyr Subramanian School & City: Challenge School, Denver Sponsor’s Name: John Wiley Category: Chemistry & Biochemistry Division: Junior Abstract— The purpose of the project was to: 1. To test an existing super-absorbent polymer (SAP) on different environments. … Read More

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CO-LABS & Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper Honor Groundbreaking Scientists and Their Research


CO-LABS & Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper Honor Groundbreaking Scientists and Their Research – Annual Event Celebrates Colorado’s Top Scientists and Engineers for Projects Having a Significant Impact on Society October 6, 2016 – Denver, CO – From the furthest reaches of space to the smallest quantum particles to measurements of atmospheric gases and assessment of human B cell antibodies – … Read More

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