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Kids in Technology Class

April 26 - 27th 2024

University of Lethbridge

Register online in advance or in person on-site!

Registration includes both the Science Fair and Science Olympics.

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For local community


For local community

For K-12 students not submitting a science project

About Sci-Fusion
What SCI-FUSION Is All About
  • Sci-Fusion is a combination of two events, the Lethbridge Regional Science Fair and Science Olympics.

  • Sci-Fusion is open to students in grades K-12 from southwestern Alberta schools.

  • The top projects from the regional fair (Grades 7-12) are invited to compete at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Ottawa on May 25th -  June 1st 2024.

Tentative Schedule

Friday, April 26th

4:30 - 5:15 pm: Student registration and project setup

5:15 - 6:00 pm: Student orientation and safety check

5:00-6:00 pm: Judge training

6:00-9:00 pm: Project judging

Saturday, April 27th

9:00 - 10:30 am:

Student-hosted public viewing of projects & Science Olympics registration

(Projects will remain available for public viewing until 4:00 pm)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm: Science Olympics (Part I)

12:00 - 12:30 pm: Lunch break (Participants bring their own food)

12:30 - 1:30 pm: Science Olympics (Part II)

1:45 - 2:30 pm: Keynote presentation

2:30 - 3:45 pm: Awards ceremony

4:00 pm: Project takedown

  • How will my science project be scored?
    You will present your project to judges, typically in the form of a poster and a logbook. Judges will evaluate your project based on a provided questionnaire (judges form). For reference check a previous year's judges form.
  • Are group science projects accepted?
    Yes, you may present a group project (maximum 2 students per project).
  • How to choose and complete a science project?
    Here are some resources for you: NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory Science Buddies Science Fair Central
  • Are there any safety regulations to consider when preparing my project?
    Please follow all policies and procedures stated by Youth Science Canada that are relevant to your project:
  • What are the Science Olympics?
    It's science games for the fair participants and any school-age children. Students may participate even if they haven't submitted a science project. Students are presented with challenges that need to solve in teams. If you register to present a science project, you will automatically be registered for Science Olympics. For non-science fair participants, there is a separate registration link on this page.
  • May I present my project in French?
  • Do I need to participate (or even win) in a school science fair so that I can present my project at the regional science fair?
    Nope. Students are not required to participate in a school science fair. However, if your school organizes one, we highly encourage you to present first your science project there as this may help you improve it.
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​ The Southern Alberta Technology Council (SATC) is a non-profit organization based in Lethbridge, Alberta, whose objectives are to promote educational interest and careers in science, technology and engineering in southwestern Alberta. SATC programs create opportunities for learning that go beyond the classroom, including hosting the annual Lethbridge Regional Science Fair and supporting students to present their science projects at the Canada-Wide Science Fair each year.

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