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Twin Cities Regional Science Fairs

TCRSF will be virtual this year. No display boards. More info will be coming regarding PowerPoint PDFs, videos, and other documentation of research, but expect to be ready in early February. Photos are now available on this site in the Archive when you are logged in. 2020 paperwork has been moved to prepare for 2021. Teachers & students, go to http://2020.tcrsf.net/ and log in to view and save your 2020 SRC forms. Research at home ideas: https://www.societyforscience.org/research-at-home/
For 2021, we welcome 9 counties: Ramsey, Hennepin, Washington, Dakota, Anoka, Chisago, Isanti, Sherburne, & Wright!

Twin Cities Regional Science Fairs
 will be held at the State Fairgrounds, Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum, Clough St & Judson Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108 on
February 26-27, 2021

Students are solving local and global problems! Be part of this exciting process!
High School: ISEF 2019 Summary Video (2:39)         Middle School: Broadcom MASTERS 2019 Highlights (7:05)
Video credit: Society for Science, June 3, 2019         Video credit: Society for Science, November 20, 2019
21st Century Critical Skills built through science projects:
According to Paula Golden, President, Broadcom Foundation
  • creativity
  • collaboration
  • communication
  • critical thinking
2020 Program.

The 2020 awards list is now available under the archives tab - awards.


Our next Twin Cities Regional Science Fairs will be held on February 26-27, 2021, a Friday afternoon & evening and Saturday morning. Student registration for 2021 is open. It will close on February 3, 2021.

Student registration is $25 per student per project, $20 per student per research paper, and additional $10 per project if electricity is requested.

Volunteers, judges, and teachers may register anytime.

All the Form 1, Form 1A, and Form 1B information must be electronically entered in the TCRSF registration system. No paper ISEF Forms 1, 1A, or 1B will be accepted by TCRSF.  As your project develops, you may update your electronic forms and research plan at any time.

The below links are your primary reference for the registration process. If you have a question not answered in these links, please contact us. We will answer your question and update these links so the answer will be available to others in the future.

See the menu item Forms and Rules - Registration Summary for a checklist of the registration process. If you are not familiar with the TCRSF system, read this summary first.

See the menu item Forms and Rules - Electronic SRC and Registration for greater detail regarding the SRC portion of this process.

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