Changes to Middle School display regulations

Middle School Display Regulations 
The poster is the first thing the judges see when they review your project. It is important to do your best and organize your information in a clear way. All exhibits need to have their MS Super EZ form and project procedures, either posted or in a lab notebook. The lab notebook can also hold additional graphs and data tables.

Size Requirement: 
15 inches (38 centimeters) deep This is half the depth of a table.
36 inches (91 centimeters) wide 
74 inches (188 centimeters) high from top of table

Please note: a standard 4ft display board will fit nicely in this space. Also the goal of the science expo is to talk about what you have done, not recreate it.

New for 2016 Middle School displays can only have paper items, items that do not fit on the poster may be placed in a binder to sit in front of the poster. The only exception is for computer science projects, where a laptop is allowed to display code.

Acknowledgments to specific people or organizations or School names are not allowed on the poster. Acknowledgements may be included in a research paper.

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