San Francisco student scientists have been wowing Randall Museum visitors with their inventive, thoughtful, and quizzical projects exploring an outrageous array of scientific inquiries for over thirty years! The entries in the 33rd Annual SF Middle School Science Fair will be on display at the Randall Museum February 23 through March 6, 2015. Approximately thirty public and private schools participate in this citywide program, which is designed to promote and recognize the efforts of student scientists.
More than 200 science projects will be on display. Entrants represent the best of over 4,000 projects done at the schools this year. Awards are given to honor 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each grade, with top 7th and 8th grade winners at this level progressing to the regional San Francisco Bay Area Science Fair.
The awards ceremony for the student scientists, their families, and educators, takes place from 9:45am to 11:45am, on Saturday, February 28, 2015. The exhibition of the projects will be open to the public following the ceremony on that day and many will remain on display during regular museum hours through March 6, 2015.