San Francisco Middle School Science Fair

2024

February 26th – March 2nd

Science projects will be on display for public viewing

Awards Ceremony

Saturday, March 2nd

Annual Middle School Science Fair

Monday, February 26th – Project Drop-off

Science projects will be on display for public viewing during regular museum hours 10am – 5pm

Saturday, March 2nd – Awards Ceremony

We welcome visitors to attend our public event with community science groups

Monday, February 26th through Saturday, March 2nd

We are excited to bring back the San Francisco Middle School Science Fair this year! Science projects will be on display for public viewing Tuesday, February 26th through Saturday, March 2nd, during regular museum hours 10am – 5pm.

The goal of the Fair is to emphasize the joy and accessibility of science and participation over competition; therefore, winners are not awarded cash prizes, but instead are offered a day trip to a Bay Area location of educational and entertainment interest.

Top placing students will be eligible to move on to the SF Bay Area Golden Gate STEM Fair and then possibly the California Science and Engineering Fair!

Science Festival

March 2nd – 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

This year’s celebration includes a special family-friendly Science Festival for visitors of all ages. Kids and their families can enjoy free live animal encounters, discover more information with community partners from the science world, and for a small fee, drop in to explore the fun of hands on science from 10:30am – 4:00pm.

Nancy Ellis presents Science Fair Winners

Important Guides and Links:

Important note to students and teachers:

If your project involves human subjects (including people filling out surveys, or even people you are observing anonymously), animals, pathogens, or controlled substances, you must fill out the appropriate Scientific Review form(s) below before you begin your experiments. Please send your completed forms to the sciencefair@randallmuseum.org as soon as possible. If you are working with human subjects, you must also obtain informed consent from each person at the time of your experiment.

 

Informed Consent

Human Participants

Vertebrate Animal Research

Potentially Hazardous Biological Agents

Potentially Hazardous Substance Risk Assessment

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