Science and Tech Fair

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The Science and Tech Fair

Science & Tech Fair will be Africa’s version of the Intel® International Science and Engineering Fair® (Intel ISEF). Intel ISEF is the most premiered science competition in the world, exclusively for students. It is the world’s largest international science competition, which annually provides a forum for more than 1,500 high school students from about 70 countries to showcase their science and technology projects.

Our vision is to allow the scientists of tomorrow shine and showcase their original, innovative science, engineering and/or technology projects. It is a competition where students present their scientific project results in the form of a report, display board or models that they have created. Students are urged to use the complete scientific method to answer a question that will help solve global challenges.

Science and Tech Fair allows enthusiastic science students to proudly showcase their research and science/technology projects in a fun, educational manner. It also provides a platform for students to represent their school and their home country at the international level!

Frequently asked questions

How to enrol
Rules of the Competition.
Judging is based on the following criteria;

PART A: Value of project

Originality of the project.  
The student is able to think and act independently. Refers to reading, originality of approach, use of resources, depths of planning and execution of investigation.

Scientific method.  
Command of the scientific method, scope/range of investigation, results, analysis and conclusion.

 PART B: Written communication of project

Written communication of research (poster, report, project data book)

 PART C: Oral communication

Interview

The interview with the judges is aimed at establishing the participant’s understanding of the topic, originality, and thoroughness of their methods and experimentation.

Most of what the participant has done, should be on display or be discussed during the interview.