Maine State Science Fair

The Maine State Science Fair (MSSF) is an exciting opportunity for Maine high school students to pursue their interest in science and present results of their projects to fellow students. 

Judges for the science fair come from across Maine and include scientists, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, and other STEM professionals.

The 2018 Maine State Science Fair will take place Saturday, March 24. The final venue will be announced on or before October 1, 2018. MSSF is open to all students from all public, private, parochial and home schools (Grades 9-12) throughout Maine and is organized by The Jackson Laboratory and the Reach Center, a program of the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance.

Download results from the 2017 MSSF, including category awards, special awards, and the Maine ISEF Finalists.

Contact MSSF

Email any questions to sciencefair@jax.org

Michael McKernan
Director, Maine State Science Fair
Program Director, STEM and Undergraduate Education
The Jackson Laboratory
207-288-6806

Stefany Burrell
STEM Education Specialist, The Reach Center
Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance
207-626-3230 ext 122

Sponsors

The Maine State Science Fair is a cooperative program of The Jackson Laboratory and The Reach Center, a program of the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance.

Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance Logo

 

The 2018 Maine State Science Fair was made possible by the financial support of our generous sponsors.

Silver sponsor

Thomas College

Copper sponsor

Educate Maine

Scholarship sponsors

College of the Atlantic

The University of Maine