NB Science Fairs

2023 NB Virtual Regional Science Fairs!

Students enter their school district science / STEM fair to qualify for either the North-West NB Regional Science Fair or South-East NB Regional Science Fair.

NB Regional Fairs –  April 13, 2023

The 2023 NB Regional Science Fairs were held in-person at the Currie Centre, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB. on April 13, 2023.

Francophone School Districts qualify for:

  • L’Expo-Sciences des Districts Francophones du Nouveau Brunswick


Students in grades 6-12 are eligible for medals and prizes that will be awarded at event at 6pm on April 13, 2023.

Grand Prize winners will receive instructions to register as Finalists at the 2023 Canada-Wide Science Fair being held May . A team mentor webinar will be planned before the April 30, 2023 deadline.

Information and Registration – DEADLINE CLOSED!

Registration opens March 1, 2023 and Closes April 2, 2023 at 6pm 

Who’s Eligible?

  • Max 2 people per project
  • Grades 6-12

North-West New Brunswick Regional Fair

  • Participating students from ASD-North and ASD-West (projects must have qualified from the District Fairs), private schools, and home school.

South-East New Brunswick Regional Fair  

  • Participating students from ASD-South and ASD-East (projects must have qualified from the District Fairs), private schools, and home school.

Safety and Ethics!

Have you read through the Safety and Ethics and Important Documents? Be sure to read carefully and complete any relevant forms for your project.

Regional Judging Evaluation Rubric


Check out mySTEMspace for ideas to get started, categories, project library (previous years STEM projects) and more.

How to Start Your Project.

  • Different types of projects:
    • Discovery – these projects ask a question and involve research and/or experiments to find an answer
    • Innovation – these projects create, design, or build something new to solve a problem

“The Canada Wide Science Fair is an unbelievable experience! I loved meeting new and inspiring people, participating in all sorts of activities such as chess, GeoGuessr, virtual tours, and more. Getting involved in a stem fair is more than just you and your project. It’s a learning experience that inspires you to continue your research and find out more about anything stem related. In the long run, it’s well worth the effort, and for me, participating in a CWSF is a memory that I will treasure for the rest of my life.” — Davin MacAskill, Team NB ( Junior Bronze Award, CWSF 2021)

Contact becky.geneau@scienceeast.nb.ca for more details.

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.

Have questions? Need assistance with uploading your project?
Please contact:

Becky Geneau, Regional Coordinator
NB Science Fairs
North-West New Brunswick Region
South-East New Brunswick Region