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2022 NB Regional Science Fairs.  Award Announcements!


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Regional Science Fair Awards! 

Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the 2022 Virtual North-West NB and South-East NB Regional Science Fairs! We had 32 projects in total. It is inspiring to see the students' interest and enthusiasm in STEM through their projects.

A HUGE THANK YOU to the tremendous support from our students’ teachers and parents who have been there every step of the way! Their dedication helps students thrive to better themselves and the world around them. 

I would like to acknowledge the amazing support and time provided by the Judging team of educators and professionals in their fields. We had a total of 25 judges review the projects from April 8—12 for both regions. Thank you!



  • Sanofi BioGenius Canada Award: An outstanding project by students in grades 7-12 related to biotechnology – the use of biological systems to produce goods and services – or life sciences. Recipients will be contacted following the fair with details. This is a monetary prize. 


  • Grand Prize Awards: 5 students per region are selected to be Finalists at the Canada-Wide Science Fair (Grades 7-12) and will receive a Purple CWSF Finalist award on Project Board plus individual medals that will be sent to them through their school address.


  • Regional Awards: This year the judges agreed that all the projects should receive recognition and award all projects with a regional award. They will receive a Regional Teal Ribbon on Project Board, individual medal and prize money which will be sent to them through their school address. (Grades 6-12) 


Project Viewing

Public can view all student projects in each regional fair and their awards on ProjectBoard.

North-West New Brunswick Regional Fair Projects (on ProjectBoard)

South-East New Brunswick Regional Fair Projects (on ProjectBoard) 

To leave “likes” and “comments” you must create an account or login, if you already have one, on ProjectBoard. This is free to do. Please remember that this is a supportive learning space. Please be encouraging and positive with your comments.

Congratulations to the students selected to move on to the Canada-Wide Science Fair to represent New Brunswick May 16-20, 2022! We wish them good luck!











60th Anniversary - CWSF

Youth across Canada are able to take their STEM projects to the next level by participating in STEM fairs. These competitions include local or regional fairs, the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF), and various international opportunities.

The Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) is the country’s largest annual youth science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event, bringing together top young scientists and their projects, selected by our national network of over 100 regional STEM fairs in every province and territory.

Check out the 60 years of CWSF Infographic that includes milestones and achievements.  

Learn more at




Why to How - a Youth Science Canada podcast

Recommended Watch / Listen (12 episodes)

Welcome to Why to How, a YSC podcast where we explore adventures in STEM.

Every great science fair project starts with a simple question: ‘why?’, which sparks a pursuit of curiosity to ultimately discover the ‘how.’ Join Stuart McKelvie, as he interviews science fair alumni to take a deep dive into their passion for STEM. If you’re wanting to start a science fair project, interested in STEM or just want to hear some great career & life advice, this is the podcast for you.

Available on all podcasting platforms (just search Why to How: Adventures in STEM) and here on YouTube.

Check out Episode 1



Science Fair

Recommended watch - Inspiring

National Geographic presents a documentary that follows nine high school students who compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair. 
PG 2018  1h30m Documentary, Family

Check out the full movie on Disney+ - National Geographic.



Women of Impact

Recommended watch - Inspiring

They push boundaries. They break glass ceilings. They are Women of Impact, on National Geographic
PG 2019  45m Documentary, Historical

Check out the full movie on Disney+ - National Geographic.


Continue being curious as you explore and grow!  

See you next year!



More Information, contact:

Becky Geneau
NB Science Fair Director
Director, Environmental Programs and Science Competitions
Science East Science Centre
(506) 440-0228 (cell)
North-West NB Regional Science Fair
South-East NB Regional Science Fair
Envirothon NB


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