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FIRST Robotics Competition
Professionals and students team up to solve an engineering design problem
in an intense and competitive way. The program is a life-changing, career-molding experience, and a lot of fun. Winners receive scholarships.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Held annually in May, this event brings together more than 1,200 students from 40 nations to compete for scholarships, tuition grants, internships, and scientific field trips.
The JASON Project
From oceans to rain forests, from polar regions to volcanoes, the JASON Project explores Planet Earth and exposes students to leading scientists who study our world’s biological and geological development. Bring the adventure and thrill of discovery to your classroom.
Journey North
Help track the annual spring migrations of a dozen migratory species and share your field observations with students throughout North America.
The Nine Planets
How many moons whiz around the planets in our solar system? When and how did the planets form? What’s the difference between a meteorite and a meteoroid? For the answers to these questions and other fascinating information about the objects in our solar system, take a look at this site.
Toyota TAPESTRY Grants
Administered by the National Science Teachers Association, these grants are available to classes involved in year-long or multi-year research projects. Projects must demonstrate creativity, involve risk-taking, possess a visionary quality, and model a novel way of presenting science.
Worldwide Biome Project
Study the plants and animals found in local ecosystems and share your data with schools around the globe. Students can sign up to exchange a "Biome in a Box" (representative pressed plants) with other schools.
Young Naturalists Awards
Sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History, this award program promotes excellence in science and communication through the recognition of outstanding, expedition-based inquiries. Visit this site and then think about entering next year’s competition.
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