Date of Fall Symposium: Saturday, October 26,  1:30-4:30 PM

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  • 2019 Fall symposium The 2019 research symposium will take place on Saturday, October 26 from from 1:30 to 4:30 PM at MIT. Participation is by invitation only.  Current Massachusetts high school ...
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  • From MIT to the national stage MassJAS Symposium at MIT selects talented high school students to showcase their science research at the 2017 AAAS annual meeting.
    Posted Oct 16, 2016, 2:51 PM by mandana sassanfar
  • Congratulations to Amol Punjabi and Yashaswini Makaram Amol Punjabi (MassJAS delegate to the AJAS in 2014, 2015, and 2016) and Yashaswini Makaram (MassJAS delegate to the AJAS in 2016) were among the 40 Intel STS finalists in ...
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About

The Massachusetts Junior Academy of Science was created in 2002 to provide the opportunity for high school students who have demonstrated excellence in research to attend the annual AJAS convention as junior delegates of the state of Massachusetts.

Junior Delegates are selected at the annual MAssJAS fall symposium which takes place in late October on the MIT campus.

To be eligible to participate in the symposium students must have placed FIRST at the MASS State Science fair, or participated in the International Science and Engineering fair , or be semifinalist at the INTEL science competition. In addition students must still be full-time high school students in Massachusetts. Current College students are not eligible to participate in the symposium unless they are enrolled as freshmen in a college or University in the state of Massachusetts.