The 55th annual Calgary Youth Science Fair (CYSF) takes place April 21 and 22 in the Olympic Oval at the University of Calgary.
The fair is organized by the non-profit CYSF Society to encourage and promote an ongoing interest in science among Calgary youth. It brings together more than 1,000 students from Grade 5 to 12 from in and around Calgary, making the event one of the largest science fairs in Canada.
This is the sixth consecutive year the University has sponsored the event, which highlights approximately 700 projects representing every area of science. The university is a proud supporter of a number of special awards, funded through several faculties and units. With 550 judges from the Calgary area, the medal round takes place on April 21, with public viewing on April 22.
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Find out more information about the fair on the Calgary Youth Science Fair website and see the projects yourself on April 22 between 9 a.m. and noon. There is no charge for the public to attend the fair itself; parking lot charges remain in effect.