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Participating in a California Science Fair?

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If you use the Science Buddies website and are participating in one of the following California science fairs, please leave a "comment" (below) or email us at SciBuddy@sciencebuddies.org:

We are hoping to talk to students at these fairs, especially students who are presenting projects from the Science Buddies library of Project Ideas!

  • San Mateo Science, Math, & Technology Fair
  • San Francisco Middle School Science Fair
  • Sciencepalooza!
  • Marin County Secondary Science Fair
  • Synopsys Silicon Valley Science & Technology Challenge
  • Santa Cruz County Science Fair
  • Sacramento Regional Science & Engineering Fair
  • Tri-Valley Science and Engineering Fair
  • Monterey County Science and Engineering Fair
  • San Francisco Bay Area Science Fair

Good luck to everyone who is participating in a science fair in the coming weeks!

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i love this science website it is awsome for my child!:)

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