PROJECTS CAN BE ENTERED INDIVIDUALLY OR BY YOUR TEACHER
All entries are to be registered online. Either students or parents can register their project from home or a teacher can register the project from school, but please make sure a project is only entered once. When a project is entered an adult (teacher, parent or mentor) must acknowledge that the project is the work of the identified student(s) and that the Young Scientist rules have been followed.
ENGINEERING – Secondary Innovations and Engineering Design projects and Primary Inventions and Innovations projects
All Engineering projects are due on Friday 31st August 2018 by 4pm. Student, school and project details for each Engineering entry must be provided on the online registration using the Project entry form. Select any Sponsored awards for which the project meets the given criteria.
Hard copies of folios and logbooks must be delivered with the models or innovative device and an A3 or larger poster (describing how the model works) to the venue to be confirmed between 1pm and 4pm on Friday 31st August. Models that have an associated scientific investigation, must also have the scientific investigation component uploaded to the online registration system by midnight, Wednesday 5th September, 2018.
For regional Engineering entries and Year 12 Design and Technology students whose projects are embargoed from the 30th August for HSC marking, you can send in your entries electronically using the online registration system. Upload your folio and a short video of your innovative device, showing it’s main features and how it works. To do this you must upload your files by 4pm Friday 31st August 2018. To minimise the size of the files to be uploaded, get your students to resample each graphic and save each file as a low resolution PDF. If you experience difficulties with the uploading of the files, contact email@example.com and we will discuss alternative ways of sending the files.
INVESTIGATIONS – Scientific Investigation and Mathematical Investigation projects (including Depth Studies)
All Investigation entries must be submitted online before midnight, Wednesday 5th September, 2018. Projects received after this time will have their eligibility for a prize decided by STANSW Council. Teachers are encouraged to submit projects early so uploading and internet issues do not result in a student project missing the deadline.
Each component of an Investigation (e.g. report and logbook) must be uploaded as a separate PDF on the online registration system. Every effort must be made to compress file sizes and a Young Scientist dropbox will be available for files that are too large. When you are ready to register projects, you need to have the contact email for the student as well as details of the project to be submitted. You also need to have the electronic copies of the investigation (report and logbook) ready to upload.
Enter a project using the online Project entry form. Enter the student, school and project details and select any Sponsored awards for which the project meets the given criteria.
To minimise the size of the files to be uploaded, get your students to resample each graphic and save each file as a low resolution PDF. If you experience difficulties with the uploading of the files, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will discuss alternative ways of sending the files.
Before submitting each entry you must check the box, indicating that the project is the work of the identified students and that each of the Young Scientist rules have been followed. After submitting each entry you will receive a confirmation email listing all the details of that entry. Check these details and if you need to make any changes, reopen your registration using the special code provided and make your changes.