Northwest Science Expo Dates

For 2020 the Northwest Science Expo will return to the Viking Pavilion at Portland State University. Both middle and high school will compete on Friday April 10, 2020. High school students must qualify for NWSE by placing in the top third at their regional fair.  

The Northwest Science Expo System

2019 Team Oregon

2019 Team Oregon

Team Oregon consists of the high school students selected as the top projects at regional and state fairs.

NWSES encompasses seven regional fairs and the Northwest Science Expo, which are affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.  Eligible participants are 5th-12th grade students in Oregon.

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who has donated. We have raised $20,000. Our full sponsor list is growing and thanks also to the many who choose to remain anonymous. 
Judge registration has also opened, once our last fair confirms their date I will send a registration reminder to all.

Donation Link for NWSE

We have a new Donate Now link. This allows credit card donations through our fiscal sponsor the PSU Foundation.

End of an Era

The Northwest Science Expo is looking for a new title sponsor for the first time since 1999, when Intel took over sponsorship. As time is short in order to guarantee the 2020 science expo, we are also working to raise $30,000 from our many supporters in the next three months. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable through law through our fiscal sponsor the PSU Foundation. Please share this with your networks and contact Stephanie Jones with any questions.

American Chemical Society PORTLAND SECTION FALL POSTER SYMPOSIUM & CAREER FAIR

Calling all high school and undergraduate students who did research in chemistry (or a related field)
over the summer, at an institution, at a company, a national lab, wherever...
Join the Portland ACS section for the annual FALL POSTER SYMPOSIUM & CAREER FAIR

Sunday, Oct. 20 from 4-7 PM

Entrance foyer

Science Research & Training Center (SRTC)

Portland State University
SW 10th & Montgomery St.
Deadline for submission October 10
• $150 prize for best in each of seven divisions!
• $75 second place prizes may be awarded!
• pizza, pastries, networking, and CHEMISTRY!
• visit with local industry sponsors and graduate schools!
https://sites.google.com/site/portlandacsposters/home
Questions? Email Dave Reingold: reingold@juniata.edu

Forms Wizard and Document Library updated

The 2020 ISEF forms are now available from the Help tab above. Online registration for adult sponsors and projects will be available tomorrow.

2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Oregon Results

Oregon Students won 11 Grand awards and 18 Special Awards for a total of $252,950.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

First Award of $3,000

ENMC014 — Development of a Fully Reusable and Autonomously Landing Suborbital Launch Vehicle

  • Ryan Westcott, Oregon Episcopal School, OR, United States of America

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Second Award of $1,500

ENBM007 — A Novel Optical Diagnostic Method for Non-Invasive Detection of Blood Glucose Using Reverse Iontophoresis Modulation and Personalized Neural Networks

  • Rohan Ahluwalia, Westview High School, OR, United States of America

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Third Award of $1,000

CELL059 — Direct Evolution of Antibody Fragments Targeting CD32a for Application in Immunotherapy to Eradicate HIV Latency

  • Long Ngo, Oregon Episcopal School, OR, United States of America

COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS

Second Award of $1,500

2019 Intel NWSE High School Awards

The Intel Northwest Science Expo, held Friday, April 12, 2019 at Portland State University, announces top winners in Oregon's state-level science research competition affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Intel NWSE includes both a middle school and high school division. The two divisions included 500 projects from 75 schools and organizations across the state. Two best of fair winners were chosen from each division.

  • Long Ngo, 18, in grade 12 from Oregon Episcopal School won Best of Fair in Life Science with a project titled, "Direct Evolution of Antibody Fragments Targeting CD32a For Application In Immunotherapy To Eradicate HIV Latency".
  • Advay Koranne, 17, in grade 11 from Catlin Gabel School won Best of Fair in Physical Science with a project titled, "Pseudo Random Number Generator using Sinai Billiards".

2019 Intel NWSE Middle School Awards

The Intel Northwest Science Expo, held Friday, April 12, 2019 at Portland State University, announces top winners in Oregon's state-level science research competition affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Intel NWSE includes both a middle school and high school division. The two divisions included 500 projects from 75 schools and organizations across the state. Two best of fair winners were chosen from each division. Our Middle School Best of Fair winners are:

  • Ekansh Mittal, 12, in grade 7 from Summa Meadow won Best of Fair in the middle school division with a project titled, "Approaches to Identify Novel Combinations of Natural Medicine to Treat Bacterial Infections".
  • Mirja Rebaum, 12, in grade 7 from Stoller Middle School won Best of Fair in the middle school division with a project titled, "Two Major Global Issues and One Solution to Solve Both".

In addition many special and category awards were given.

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