Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair 2017 - Links

Welcome to the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Website. We hope that you will find all the information you need to help you to have a successful time at our science fair. Please don't hesitate  to ask and give some suggestions on how we can improve the site to make it easier for you to find the necessary information. 


 QRSTF 2017 - April 1st, 2017
 We will be at Loyalist College again. It is an excellent venue for our fair.
 Many new documents are being worked on.
 There are many things you need to know..



Make sure you check out http://sf.youtscience.ca for an excellent resource on doing a project and getting ready for Canada-wide science fair

 Registration  Resources  Science Fairs 
 Login/ Register  Smarter Science  Youth Science Canada
 Registration Information   Smarter Science Experiment Posters  Sci-Tech Ontario
 Display Safety and Ethics  EN - Form 4.1A - Participation of Humans - Low Risk  Youth Science Ontario
 Use of animals (PDF format)  EN - Form 4.1B - Participation of Humans - Significant Risk  Follow us on Facebook
 Important Dates:Click Here)   EN - Form 4.1.2 - Animals  sciencefairinfo.ns.ca
 Student Self-Nomination Information for Special Awards  Animal Use 4.1c  Science Fair Projects Power Point
 E- learning videos  Project Types  Topic Selection Wizard
 Student Handbook  Multi-week Inquiry (PDF)  Science Fair Central
 Participant Guide  BASEF (Bay area Science Fair Resource Page)  All Science Fair Projects
 Judges Handbook  Stepping Up Site  Science Fair Idea Exchange
 Judges Registration pdf  Project Planning Resources Science Extravaganza
   What makes a great log book  Science Projects
 Science Adventure-idea site  How to do an advanced science fair project  Science Projects
 Science Buddies-guide  Science buddies  Awesome site.. Hooked on Science


How to Become a Teacher: The Complete Guide CWSF  Ethics for Canada-wide Science Festival 
Science.gc.ca - Science and Technology for Canadians Science Made Fun! - High Touch High Tech of BC Sky Stories: A First Nations Journey
Science Fair Resources and Workshops from Science World Teacher Resources from Genomicseducation.ca CIHR-STIHR Youth Mentorship Initiative
CIHR-STIHR Science Fair Page List of Science Centres Worldwide Canada's SchoolNet
YES I Can! Science Students Sections at the Canadian Space Agency Science Fair Central
 The Science Club  Science Bob  Bizarre Stuff You Can Make in Your Kitchen
 Edible and Inedible Experiments  Exploratorium Science Snacks  Education - Many science projects
 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair  Internet Public Library  National Student Research Center
Science Project ideas   ScienzFair Projects  The Ultimate Science Fair Resource
 Virtual Science Fair Homepage  The WWW Virtual Library: Science Fairs  Elementary Science Fair Projects for School Students 
 Science Fair Project Facts - The Five Types of Science Fair Projects   Science Fair Project on the web. Create winning science fair projects!   The Mad Scientist Explains the Scientific Method 


How do I start my science fair project?

Some science fair projects are not so much experiments to test a hypothesis as they are questions to answer or demonstrations of how nature works or even inventions of technologies to measure something in nature. Before you start, find out which of these are acceptable kinds of science fair projects at your school. You can learn something and have fun using any of these approaches.

  1. First, pick a topic. Pick something you are interested in, something you'd like to think about and know more about.
  2. Then do some background research on the topic.
  3. Decide whether you can state a hypothesis related to the topic (that is, a cause and effect statement that you can test), and follow the strict method listed above, or whether you will just observe something, take and record measurements, and report.
  4. Design and carry out your research, keeping careful records of everything you do or see and your results or observations.
  5. Construct an exhibit or display to show and explain to others what you hoped to test (if you had a hypothesis) or what question you wanted to answer, what you did, what your data showed, and your conclusions.
  6. Write a short report that also states the same things as the exhibit or display, and also gives the sources of your initial background research.
  7. Practice describing your project and results, so you will be ready for visitors to your exhibit at the science fair.





  New handbook that must be read.v57 It will answer many of the questions that participants, teachers and parents wanted answered.  Participants Registration Manual

Remember to check all important dates and documents


   A new handbook for new Judges (Alpha version .18) to help you to work through the process thoroughly.

 Registration Procedure Document 2017

New E-Learning Videos

1. How to Login in as a         Teacher

2. Participant Login Help

3. How to Select the             Special Awards

4. How to Login in as a         Judge

 No Electrical outlets will be provided and you must follow guidelines on the use of any electricity.

  No Ingestion projects. CWSF has asked that you avoid starting any projects that involve the ingestion of anything. (human experiments)

  All animal experiments (vertebrate and non vertebrate)  need to be approved prior to being eligible for the science fair. 


   The World of QRSTF - A mosaic created from pictures selected from all the QRSTF pictures over the last 3 years.

    BLOG (the many years of CWSF and QRSTF)

  Our Constitution 2017


Please remember to read all documents and if your are planning to do an experiment that involves anything that is living please contact us first and will help you with the paperwork and completing your project. 

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