Science Fair

Overview

The Science Fair is a platform where students can present the research outcomes of their scientific project and showcase the scientific methodology behind it. A specialized committee will evaluate the innovative scientific research projects, according to a certain criteria, to identify the winners.

Timeline

  • Announcement of the Science Fair

    27-September-2018

    Invitation to participate in the Science Fair

  • Registration is open

    7-October-2018

    Register teacher information, student information, the project name and project information through the link

  • National Science Week Begins

    21-October-2018

    Students will focus on developing their research projects to participate in the Science Fair at the Science, Technology and Innovation Festival 2019

  • Deadline for registration and completion of phases I and II

    30-November-2018

    The deadline for registration of projects and completion of the first phase, which includes: 1) Project title, 2) What inspired you 3) Project information. Then complete the second phase which includes: 4) Introduction, 5) Project Procedure

  • Full Project Submission

    14-December-2018

    Submit the complete project on the Science Fair website, which includes: 1) Results, 2) Results Analysis 3) Conclusions and Recommendations; 4) Acknowledgements 5) Appendices 5) References; 6) Project Poster A0 size. Note: Any incomplete project will be disqualified after this date

  • School Council Finals

    15-December-2018

    An evaluation committee will be selected by the director of each educational council, and the best 60 projects will be nominated at each educational council for the opportunity to participate in the Science Fair within the National Science, Technology and Innovation Festival

  • Invitation to NSTI Festival Science Fair Finalists

    6-January-2019

    After receiving all the required attachments, the organizing committee will select the best 200 projects and invite them to participate in the National Science, Technology and Innovation Festival

  • NSTI Bootcamps

    6-January-2019

    Training workshops will be organized for qualified students to participate in the Science Fair by a dedicated team. These courses aim at developing project presentation skills, speaking and writing final reports

  • National Science Technology and Innovation Festival

    31-January-2019

    All 200 projects attend a day before NSTI Science Fair in preparation for the display set up and presentation over the coming 4 days.

  • National Science Technology and Innovation Event

    4-February-2019

    All projects will be evaluated by specialized judges across 4 days. The winners will be announced during the closing ceremony

Rules and Regulations

  • Projects displayed in previous NSTI Science Fair or Think Science Competition are NOT allowed.
  • Participation is open for students in grades 5 to 12 in government, private, and vocational schools.
  • Students can participate in individual projects (UAE Nationals only) or group projects (two or three people per group with a Maximum of one non-UAE nationals within the group)
  • A student may only enter one project into the competition, whether they are entering as an individual or as part of a group.
  • All projects must be accompanied by a supervisor for the entire NSTI Festival.

Participation Categories

  • Category 1: Students in grades 5-8
  • Category 2: Students in grades 9-12

Participation Tracks

Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences

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Social and Behavioural Sciences

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Biological and Ecological Sciences

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Technology

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Awards