Models & Innovation Projects should be registered by midnight Friday 18th August. You don’t have to have your project finished by then – you just have to register your project and school details so we know how many projects we are expecting and how many tables we need to organise. When registering, simply upload your current folio and/or report adding the word ‘draft’ to the end of your file name. Then when you have finished your folio and/or report before 4pm Friday 25th August, fill out a new entry form with your latest documents.
Projects must be delivered to the New Law Building Annexe, Level 3, University of Sydney between 1pm and 4pm on Friday 25th August. Bring your model or innovative device, a folio or logbook and a poster or sign that describes how your model works for the judges.
Paper Planes is currently generating a lot of interest with the 2017 NSW All Schools Paper Plane Challenge finals being held at Sydney University on Saturday 26th August. Meanwhile video entries for the 2017 Regional High Flyers Challenge are due by midnight Friday 25th August. Teachers are encouraged to use National Science Week as the platform for conducting their own school event and upload any qualifying throws at http://www.paperplanes.youngscientist.com.au/.