Whether student or teacher, you will find information on this website that will help create a science project for the New Brunswick Regional Science Fairs.
Anglophone School District Fairs qualify for:
Both Regional Fairs will be held together on April 10th, 2019 at UNB Fredericton’s Richard J. Currie Centre.
9:00 – 10:30 am Registration, Set-Up, Safety Inspection (Registration desk – Main Lobby Currie Centre)
10:30am – 4:30pm Judging (Performance Gym); Lunch Rotations (Participants are to bring their own bag lunch and snack); Activity Time (around campus – wear proper outdoor clothing)
4:30 – 6:00 pm Public Viewing in Richard J. Currie Centre Performance Gym
6:00 – 7:00 pm Awards Ceremony Kinesiology Building – Auditorium
Student Registration deadline March 31, 2019.
Francophone School Districts qualify for:
The goal of science fair participation is to empower youth to get hands-on and active in science by researching and exploring questions related to problems that interest them.
Your support makes the New Brunswick Science Fairs possible:
Each year Science East runs the New Brunswick Science Fair program through raising public and private funds.
These proceeds of sponsorship and donation to the event support the expense of coordinating the provincial fairs, organizing the campus enrichment activities, training and organizing tour leaders, enlisting and vetting judges, as well travel costs and accommodation for the Team New Brunswick’s annual journey to the national Canada-Wide Science Fair.
Making a charitable donation to support youth science research is convenient and secure.
Click Canada Helps and Select “New Brunswick Regional Science Fairs” from the drop down menu in the donations section.
Under General information, you will find the criteria to be eligible to participate in the regional science fair, the exhibit classification, the safety rules, hints on project design, judging criteria, the different awards available and information about the online registration.
(Please Note: There are important rules regarding Ethics. If your project involves experimenting with or studying animals or humans, please visit the following link for more information: http://ethics.youthscience.ca)
You will also find an example of a written report.
To help you with your project, check out our list of science fair Resources.
Finally, you can download the “How to do to a science fair project” hand-out (PDF format). In this hand-out, you will find the 10 steps for a science fair project, how to select a division, some general information, some student hand-outs, and the regional evaluation sheet.
New Brunswick Regional Science Fairs are a joint project of the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and Science East Science Centre in cooperation with Youth Science Canada.