Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Maine Middle School Science & Engineering Fair!

Best in Show

1st Place:

Nicholas Baron,Tolerance of Daphnia to Varying Water pH Levels, Leonard Middle School 

 

2nd Place:

Nicholas JacobsCan I Predict the Peak Altitude of a Model Rocket with 10% Accuracy?, Glenburn School 

 

3rd Place:

Naomi KihnCounting M&Ms, Leonard Middle School 

 

Meaghan Kelly, How Much Does Fear Elevate Your Heart Rate?, Leonard Middle School

 

Colby Pinette, The Effectiveness of Football Helmets, Sebasticook Valley Middle School

 

Catagory Awards

 

1st Place

Meaghan KellyHow Much Does Fear Elevate Your Heart Rate?, Leonard Middle School

 

Naomi KihnCounting M&Ms, Leonard Middle School 

 

Madelyn White, Effect of Preservatives on Mold Growth and Health,Medomak Middle School

 

Nicholas Baron,Tolerance of Daphnia to Varying Water pH Levels, Leonard Middle School

 

Colby PinetteThe Effectiveness of Football Helmets, Sebasticook Valley Middle School

 

Nicholas JacobsCan I Predict the Peak Altitude of a Model Rocket    with 10% Accuracy?, Glenburn School 

 

2nd Place

Brock Graves & Tyler Pelletier, Air Rocket Angle, Sebasticook Valley Middle School

 

Logan Barnett, Jacob Cormier & Zack Wyles, Growing Green Onions Under Two Light Conditions in an Aquaponic System, Leonard Middle School

 

Raina McPhee, Do Boys and Girls Have a Different Tollerance for Sour Taste?, Medomak Middle School

 

Sydney Sheehan, What Liquid Glows the Best When Tonic Water is Added?, Leonard Middle School

 

Grace Harvey & Brooke Sossong, What Affects People's Dreams and Actions During Sleep?, Leonard Middle School

 

3rd Place

Nicholas Lettourneau, No Pain, More Game, Leonard Middle School

 

Zackariah Fostun, Why Does Baking Soda and Vinigar React the Way They Do?, Leonard Middle School

The Maine Middle School Science & Engineering Fair is Back!

April 19, 2014 at the University of Maine Orono.

Join us for the 2014 Maine Middle School Science & Engineering Fair at the University of Maine - Orono's New Balance Rec Center on April 19, 2013 for a day of celebrationg the STEM projects of Maine's Middle School Students!

 

There has not been a state-wide Maine Middle School Science & Engineering Fair (MMSSEF) since 2005!  That is far too long. 

 

We are rebuilding the fair and ensure that it is an annual event and staple of every student's educational experience. 

 

Future plans include affiliating with national and international competitions, allowing our students to move on to the next level of competition and experience.

 

If you are interested in participating, judging, volunteering or have questions, please contact us!

News & Announcements

The Maine Red Claws Show Their Support

Dec 18, 2013
The Maine Red Claws, a NBA development team in Portland has joined us as a supporter of the MSSEF. Thank you!
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Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust awards a grant to support the Maine Middle School Science Fair!

Dec 8, 2013
We are excited to share that on December 7, 2013 we received a grant in the amount of $10,000 to develope and implement the 2014 Maine Middle School Science Fair. We want to thank the Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust for their support.
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Maine State Science & Engineering Fair is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to inspire, educate and empower Maine's students by providing students the opportunity to embrace, explore and practice the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). 

 

We welcome Maine public, private, perochial and home shooled students.