The Niagara Region is home to a proud, scientifically-rich community. The Niagara Regional Science and Engineering Fair is a non-profit, charitable organization run entirely by volunteers. We are dedicated to the encouragement of science in students within our Region. The fair is a prestigious annual event with a fundraising target of $45,000. If you have a passion for science and innovation, please consider making a donation. Your contribution will encourage discovery, ignite imagination and inspire youth brilliance in our future leaders and innovators. We are also looking for volunteers to join our team to help plan, organize and execute our events.
Get more information about the Niagara Regional Science & Engineering Fair by reading our FAQs, checking important dates, reviewing the rules and regulations, and more!
Are you a student in the Niagara region in grades 5 – 12? Are you looking to participate in the regional science fair? Click below for more information on how to register & to get help with your current project.
Are you a teacher in the Niagara region that would like to register students to participate at the regional science fair? Click below for more information on how to register and important dates.
Are you looking to participate as a new judge? Are you an existing, returning, or current judge? Read important information about dates, locations, parking, and rubrics.
Celebrating Over 50 Years of Niagara Science Excellence
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We are pleased to share a list of our donors who give their financial support and encouragement to ensure the success of each year’s Fair. Thank you to our many sponsors and donors!
Latest News From NRSEF
We are pleased to announce that our 60th annual Niagara Regional Science and Engineering Fair will take place in person March 31 – April 2, 2023. Are you a teacher that is interested in registering your schools for the 2023 NRSEF? Please complete the following google form: https://forms.gle/RGUzDMXB1TDSNFzc8 Are you a student at a school […]Read More »
This year we were pleased to have 28 projects across our four age categories. This represents 33 students who put in countless hours to study a new topic, to develop a known strategy, or to design an innovative piece of equipment. While this has been another challenging year for learning, we would like to commend […]Read More »