We celebrate our top Young Scientist students from 2020 who are representing us at the 2021 Regeneron Virtual ISEF Fair this week and wish them the best of luck across the week and at the Grand Award Ceremony scheduled for Friday night.  

Panel Sessions and the Grand Award Ceremony can be watched here - https://projectboard.world/isef/auditorium

If you are a teacher or are interested to see what amazing projects are being produced by students around the world, we really encourage you to explore the Virtual ISEF Fair here - https://projectboard.world/isef/

We wish our Young Scientists all the best of luck. To see each project and have access to their 2-minute videos and 12-page project presentations, you can follow the links below to our nine Young Scientist finalists and the two NSW Young Scientist students who are competing with the national BHP Science and Engineering team. 

When you click on the link you will be asked to set up an account to enable access. 

Antonio Rajaratnam - click here
Sarah Hens - click here
Jemima Schembri - click here
Yiting Shen - click here
Sarah Nolan - click here
Safi Wheeldon - click here
Liam Davies - click here
Conrad Petrovic - click here
Alexander Gray - click here
Maja Dalby-Ball - Olson - click here
Hannah Jones - click here  

If only takes less than a minute to set up an account and you will have access to Science, Maths and Technology projects, in a way that we have never had before – it is such a good teaching resource. 

Although it would have been wonderful to be in the US taking part in a live Science Fair, Covid-19 has made it possible for everyone in the world to share in this wonderful event.