Exhibitors at the Science Fair in Round Rock, Texas must be present during the evaluation of their projects and may be asked to provide a demonstration of any functional part and a verbal explanation of part or all of the presentation. The Austin Metropolitan Area Regional Science and Engineering Fair is one of the largest regional science fairs in Texas, hosting nearly 3,000 students from third to twelfth grade. It serves public, charter, private and local school students from Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Caldwell, Comanche, Fayette, Lee, Mills, Travis, Washington, Williamson and North Hays Counties. The best of the Senior Division projects are eligible to advance directly to the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair.
When it comes to science fair projects, exhibitors can use cells such as red blood cells, other tissue cells, plasma or serum acquired or purchased from biological supply centers or research centers. Students who are interested in pursuing a career in the biological sciences should be encouraged and guided.
Alfred State Regional Science and Technology Fairallows exhibitors to present or participate with a single ticket. Entries that do not meet the rules may be rejected.
This fair is open to students attending classes from fourth to twelfth grade in public and private schools (or studying at home), located anywhere in western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. Completed forms must be sent to the address specified on the registration form and must be received by the Fair committee three weeks before the Fair. The Science Fair safety officer will inspect each exhibit and determine if an exhibit can be exhibited with or without additional modifications. Large exhibitions can be accepted under special circumstances but special permission must be obtained in advance from the Fair Committee.
If experiments are to be carried out with living subjects for Science Fair projects, only animals from levels lower than the lowest levels may be used. The Austin Science Education Foundation (ASEF) promotes students' knowledge and participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It organizes the fair and supports selected students to move on to the next competitions.