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The SOUTHERN ALBERTA TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
&
The UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE

present: 

LETHBRIDGE REGIONAL SCIENCE FAIR & SCIENCE OLYMPICS
Friday April 8th & Saturday April 9th, 2016
University of Lethbridge
1st Choice Savings Centre - Track

SCI-FUSION is a combination of two events, the Lethbridge Regional Science Fair and Science Olympics.  SCI-FUSION is open to students in grades 4 - 12 from southwest Alberta schools.  The top three projects from the regional fair (Grades 8 - 12) are invited to compete at CANADA-WIDE SCIENCE FAIR 2016 in MONTREAL, Quebec in May 2016. 

Registration for SCI-FUSION 2016: Now open!

STUDENTS: To register your project, GO TO:  Participant Registration

JUDGES:   GO TO:  Judging Registration

  • Volunteer judges are needed for Friday evening (English & French).


PARENTS AND TEACHERS
:  
GO TO:  ideas and resource links to find information to help your students get ready!

To register for Science Olympics only (teams of 4 or individual students may register and will be placed on a team), please email:  admin@SATCLethbridge.ca.

NOTE:  Science Fair participants are automatically entered for the Science Olympics portion of Sci-Fusion. 

Visit our Facebook page for updates! SCI-FUSION on Facebook!

Tentative Schedule
:

Friday, April 8th, 2016
 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Science Fair Registration and Project Setup - Upper Track
 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
 Welcome / Announcements  -  Upper Track
 Science Fair Judging
 U of L Science Lab Tours - available for family and visitors
Saturday, April 9th, 2016
 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
 PUBLIC VIEWING - Upper Track
 and Let's Talk Science activities
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Special Presentation, PE250
12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch (provided for competitors)  PE275
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Public Viewing of Science Projects (continued)
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Science Olympics - all students in grades 4 - 12  -  Upper Track
 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Science Fair / Science Olympics Awards  PE250

Need help planning your 2016 project?  Click the links below to view:

    -   
How to decide on a project
     -  Designing a project and experiment - "Setting It Up" 
     -  What to include in your report
     -  Safety Considerations - check the chemical and biological hazards limitations 
     -  Ethics policy - if you are planning on using humans or animals this is a must read! 
     -  Resources to find a project and points to consider in stepping up to the next competition level 


Congratulations to our Sci-Fusion 2015 Award Winners!! 

Award Name

Student Name (s)

School

Project Title

Grade 4 – Bronze

Jaylon Wipf

Our Lady Of Assumption

Mission Mars

Grade 4 – Silver

Alyssa Thomson

Magrath Elementary

Microbes and Germs: Friendly or Dastardly?

Grade 4 – Gold

Leigh Kowalchuk and Jayda Morrison

Agnes Davidson

Ready Set Stain

Grade 5 – Bronze

Shane Barthel

Immanuel Christian Elementary

Shaner Bake Oven

Grade 5 – Silver

Myles Norton

École La Vérendrye

Couleurs Préférées

Grade 5- Gold

Félix Rondeau

École La Vérendrye

Contraction et dilatation de l'air

Grade 6 – Bronze

Taryn Lachman

École La Vérendrye

Purification de l’eau

Grade 6 – Silver

Ella Cayetano and Tracie Steiner

Brant Christian School

Tasting Colours

Grade 6 – Gold

Éloïse Amos

École La Vérendrye

Les Glus!

 

Special Awards

 

Best Elementary Project

Éloïse Amos

École La Vérendrye

Les Glus!

Best Intermediate Project

Marin Schultz

School Of Hope

Advanced Breath Interface and Control Systems for Robotics

Best Senior Project

Chloe Devoy and

Charlène Golsteyn

Catholic Central High School

De paume en paume: le danger sur nos mains

Best Use of Project Materials

Gabriela Rebolone Coupland and Rylee Pearson

Agnes Davidson

How Does the Digestive System Work?

Best French Project

Chloe Devoy and Charlène Golsteyn

Catholic Central High School

De paume en paume: le danger sur nos mains

Genome Alberta (Junior)

Eryn Greenley

Agnes Davidson

Triops – How Do They Survive

Genome Alberta (Senior)

David Basil

GS Lakie

Oldies but Moldies

Best Poster

Ella Cayteno and Tracie Steiner

École La Vérendrye

Tasting Colours

Best Rural Project

Kenya Blouin

École La Vérendrye

Ce que les vers peuvent faire

School Participation Award

École La Vérendrye

Ruby Larson

Dylan Taylor

Gilbert Paterson

The Impact of Perspective on Memory: A who-rememberered-what mystery

Senior Division Awards

Grade 7- Bronze

Elise Boschee

École La Vérendrye

Sautes Sans Fautes

Grade 7 – Silver

Mercy Trinh

École La Vérendrye

Les Effets de Fluor sur les dents

Grade 7 – Gold

Dylan Taylor

Gilbert Paterson

The Impact of Perspective on Memory: A who-rememberered-what mystery

Grade 8 – Bronze

Faith Doré

École La Vérendrye

Comment Lever un Pain

Grade 8 – Silver

Katlyn Goertzen and Emily Hagens

Brant Christian School

The Power Of Suggestion

Grade 8 – Gold

Audrey Golsteyn

École La Vérendrye

Le danger de la recongélation

Grade 9 – Silver

Mackenzie Lachman and Chloé Bender- Thorsen

École La Vérendrye

Les Electrolytes

Grade 9 – Gold

Marin Schultz

School Of Hope

Advanced Breath Interface and Control Systems for Robotics

Grade 10-12 – Silver

Akila Ambagala

Winston Churchill

Genetic Diseases: What Kinds of Mutations Matter?

Grade 10-12 – Gold

Chloe Devoy and Charlène Golsteyn

Catholic Central High School

De paume en paume: le danger sur nos mains

Grand Prizes – trip to Canada Wide Science Fair in Lethbridge, AB (3 projects, maximum 4 students)

CWSF 2015 Participant

Chloe Devoy

Catholic Central High School

De paume en paume: le danger sur nos mains

CWSF 2015 Participant

Charlène Golsteyn

Catholic Central High School

De paume en paume: le danger sur nos mains

CWSF 2015 Participant

Marin Schultz

School Of Hope

Advanced Breath Interface and Control Systems for Robotics

CWSF 2015 Participant

Audrey Golsteyn

École La Vérendrye

Le danger de la recongélation



Click the links below to view photos taken at Sci-Fusion 2015!



    Thanks to our 2015 sponsors!


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    COPERNICUS LEVEL SPONSORS
    • Arrow Archeology Ltd.
    • Hantec Engineering
    • ISL Engineering
    • Plantbiosis

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