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Platinum Level Sponsor

ARM

Platinum Level Sponsor: Intel

Gold Level Sponsor

gold Sponsor: Synopsys

gold Sponsor: Austin Community Foundation

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical Sponsor

Engineering Electrical and Mechanical Sponsor: BAE Systems

Energy & Transportation

Energy & Transportation Sponsor: Recurrent Energy

Silver Level Sponsor

Silver Level Sponsor: 3M

Oransi

Tyrex

Bronze Level Sponsor

Bronze Level Sponsor: Austin Water Utility

Bronze Level Sponsor: Office of Sustainability

Bronze Level Sponsor: LCRA

Bronze Level Sponsor: Tokyo Electron

Bronze Level Sponsor: Applied Materials

Bronze Level Sponsor: Endeavor Real Estate Group

Bronze Level Sponsor: Tolteq

Bronze Level Sponsor: Broadcom Foundation

Bronze Level Sponsor: Travis County Medical Alliance

Bronze Level Sponsor: Austin Water Utility

Sciencefest Theme

"I do not think there is any thrill that can go through the human heart like that felt by the inventor as he sees some creation of the brain unfolding to success... such emotions make a man forget food, sleep, friends, love, everything."
Nikola Tesla

Announcements

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Secondary ISEF Special Awards List

Secondary Regional Special Awards List

2015 Science Fair Account Log in

 

2015 Results

2015 State Award Winners

2015 State Special Award Winners

Elementary Ribbon Awards

Elementary Special Awards

Junior Sweepstakes Award - Canyon Ridge Middle School

Senior Sweekstates Award - Vista Ridge High School

Junior/Middle School Division Place Awards

Senior Division Place Awards

Secondary Special Awards

Photos

Texas State Science Fair Photos

Junior Senior Awards Ceremony

Junior Senior Awards - Set 2

Junior Senior Judging

Science Fest Set-up

Elementary Awards

Explore Science 2013

Elementary Judging 2013

 

What Is the Austin Energy Regional Science Festival?

The Austin Energy Regional Science Festival is one of Texas’ largest regional science fairs with almost 3,000 students from 3rd through 12th grade. It encourages and rewards innovative student research and provides scientists, engineers and other professionals a chance to volunteer in the community.

Winning Junior/Senior Division projects advance to the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair. Best of Fair Senior Division projects advance directly to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Two high school and two middle school projects focusing on applied engineering, sustainable energy, or environmental engineering advance to the I-SWEEEP International Olympiad.

The Austin Energy Regional Science Festival is an Intel ISEF-affiliated science competition that is held at the Palmer Events Center during February of every year.

Who Can Participate?

The Austin Energy Regional Science Festival serves students from Central Texas whose projects won at their schools’ science fairs. This includes Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Caldwell, Comanche, Fayette, Lee, Mills, Travis, Washington, Williamson, and northern Hays counties.

Science Festival also serves charter, private and home-schooled students from these counties.

Homeschooled students and students from schools with no science fair must submit a Request to Participate.

If your child’s school has no science fair, talk with a science teacher about organizing one.

The Austin Energy Regional Science Festival is open to all qualifying students, independent of race, gender, religion, country of origin or socio-economic status.

How to Participate

For more information, rules and documentation please click the appropriate links at the top of the page or follow the links listed below: