Congratulations to our ISEF Award Winners
from BVSD!
Los Angeles, CA, May 14-19, 2017

Isabella Bowland
First: Plant Sciences ($3,000)
Best in Category: Plant Sciences ($5,000)
Project Title: Documentation and Prediction of Alpine Fungal Distributions with respect to Global Climate Change 

Kyle Fridberg
First: Air Force Research Laboratory Award ($750)
First: American Chemical Society Award ($4,000)
First: Chemistry Category ($3,000)
Best in Category: Chemistry ($5,000)
Science and Culture Trip to India
Project Title: A Novel Method of Synthesizing Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles from Gold Ore and Aqueous Sulfuric Acid

Elliot Gorokhovsky
First: Association for Computing Machinery ($1,000)
First: Bruno Kessler Foundation WebValley Summer School Program in Italy
First: Systems Software Category ($3,000)
Project Title: Adding Data-Aware Sort Optimizations to CPython

ISEF Qualifier: Claire Victor, Centaurus
Project Title: Hydrogen Fuel Cells: The Future of Energy

Announced Friday, March 3, at Nevin Platt Middle School

General Information

Middle School - Grades 6, 7, 8

The Corden Pharma Colorado Regional Science Fair is a meeting place for students and scientists. Here the students have the opportunity to exhibit their projects, share ideas with other students, and discuss their projects with scientists. The four main purposes of the Regional Secondary Science Fair are:

  1. To stimulate student interest in all fields of science
  2. To give students an opportunity to learn first hand the process of scientific investigation
  3. To give students the opportunity to present and discuss their findings with other students and with scientists in the community
  4. To recognize and reward outstanding student work

The Junior Division includes grades 6-8. Senior Division includes grades 9-12.

6th-, 7th-, and 8th-graders are eligible to compete in the Science Fair. Students may enter projects individually, in pairs or in groups of three.   Winning projects may advance to the state fair (CSEF).

Senior High - Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

9th graders are required to compete in the Senior Division. Students may enter projects individually, in pairs, or in groups of three. Winning projects may advance to the state (CSEF) and international (ISEF) science fairs.