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Display and Safety Regulations

Students preparing for Intel NWSE need to read and follow our Display Regulations. Every year way too many students and parents have to add photo credits or remove not allowed items. Save time and do the poster correct the first time.

It is also required for every project that your official science fair forms be at your exhibit. A binder is a great way to have those and any pictures, data or papers there is not room for on your poster.

Updated Judging Criteria from Intel ISEF

Please review the new Intel ISEF Judging Guidelines they will be used by most NWSES fairs this year. The older criteria is listed for middle school use.

Great getting started guide to Science Fair Projects

The Jet Propulsion Labratory has created a series of videos on how to do a science fair project, including how to get a research idea.

NWSES Middle School Super EZ Rules have been updated

The Middle School Super EZ Rules have been changed to reflect the new ISEF rules and to be more descriptive for the types of projects not allowed to use the MS Super EZ form. The vast majority of middle school projects will still be able to use the Super EZ Form.

27th Intel NWSE will be April 2, 2010

If you are starting your project over the summer, high school students need to visit for the 2010 rules and forms.  The human subjects form has huge changes.

The 2009 Intel NWSE

The 26th Annual Intel NWSE will be Friday, April 3, 2009, at Portland State University. Online registration is open for judges, adult sponsors and students. All high school projects need to follow the Intel ISEF rules and print the ISEF forms. Middle school students should follow the MS Super EZ Rules.

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