We are so excited for the start of our awards presentations tomorrow. Tune in and be inspired by Young Scientist Alumni such as Macinley Butson – multiple award winner at Young Scientist, BHPFSEA, ISEF and 2018 NSW Young Australian of the Year!!
It’s not long now until we announce the winners of the 2020 STANSW Young Scientist Awards. This will be our very first online Presentation Event and will begin on Monday 16th November at 7 p.m. and conclude on Thursday 19th November with the announcement of the Grand Awards (see schedule below)
We are also very privileged to be able to include messages of support, encouragement and inspiration from scientists, alumni and other supporters of our program – such as this gem from Emma Serisier – multi award winning Young Scientist alumnus.
|2020 YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARDS PRESENTATION SCHEDULE|
Monday 16th November 7.00 p.m. onwards
STANSW Scientific Investigation Awards – Primary
Scientific Investigation Awards – Secondary Biology
Scientific Investigation Awards – Secondary Chemistry
RACI Sponsored awards
NMI Science awards
Tuesday 17th November 7.00 p.m. onwards
Scientific Investigation Awards – Secondary Earth and Environmental Science
Primary Environment Award
STEP Environmental Award
Scientific Investigation Awards – Secondary Physics
AARNet Science awards
Rowe Scientific Depth Studies Awards
Wednesday 18th November 7.000 p.m. onwards
OSHClub Inventions and Innovations – Primary
Innovation and Engineering Design Awards – Secondary
AARNet Technology awards
NMI Technology awards
Sebel Testing Awards
STANSW Most Promising Awards
Thursday 19th November 6.00 p.m. onwards
MANSW Mathematical Investigations – Primary
MANSW Mathematical Investigations – Secondary
NMI Mathematics Awards
AARNet Mathematics Awards
Thursday 19th November 7.00 p.m. onwards
Australian Water Awards
BHPFSEA Teacher Nominees
BHPFSEA Student Nominees
Budding Young Scientist (K-2)
Primary Young Scientist (3-6)
Young Scientist of the Year (7-12)
We were excited and delighted to be able to notify the winners of Category Awards by email last week. With close to 900 projects submitted, the competition in many of the categories was fierce. Congratulations are extended to all students who entered – particularly for the perseverance they demonstrated in completing work of such quality during this pandemic. The Sponsored Awards are currently being judged and we will notify students as soon as we receive those notifications from the sponsors.
All details of the awards won by students will be announced in a series of online events between Monday 16th November and Thursday 19th November. Please stay tuned and check back here and on our social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) for details of programs and timings.
Thank you to everyone for your enthusiasm and support of our program in this very challenging year. We received close to 900 projects across our three STEM categories!
Our team of volunteer judges has now completed the first round of judging and we are in the process of working with our Senior Assessors and sponsors to decide on category and sponsored award winners. We are hopeful that we may be able to contact winners (via email) within the next few weeks. We thank you for your support and your patience as we negotiate this mammoth task.
Under the current pandemic conditions, it will also not be possible for us to hold an in person Presentation Ceremony. We are currently exploring options for how we will announce all the award winners and will post details on the website and on social media soon. Stay tuned!
Thank you for your overwhelming response to our training and judging sessions for 2020. We have gone completely online to account for COVID-19 restrictions, and have been so happy to welcome so many of our colleagues in regional and rural NSW.
Yes – we are running the 2020 Young Scientist Awards program! It has required adjustments in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic but we are ready to roll!
Our project submission deadlines have been adjusted to take into account later HSC deadlines. Secondary Investigations are due on Wednesday 9th September, Secondary Technology projects are due on Friday 11th September and all Primary entries are due on Wednesday 16th September. ALL entries must be submitted entirely online. Click on the How to Enter tab to the right for all details.
All our judging and associated training sessions are completely online this year.
Please make sure to use all the amazing resources on our site to plan for your or your students investigations and projects.
All winners of the 2019 Young Scientist awards were announced at a grand ceremony at the University of Wollongong on Friday 1st November. 155 individual awards were announced totalling over $28,000 in cash prizes.
Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith, astrophysicist and Women in STEM Ambassador delivered an inspirational keynote address to a packed lecture theatre.
Romilly Merani from PLC, Sydney was awarded the Budding Young Scientist (K-2), Emma Wood from Castle Cove Public School was awarded the Primary Young Scientist (3-6) and Angelina Arora from Sydney Girls High School is our 2019 Young Scientist of the Year. Congratulations to all award winners!!
We received a record number of 920+ entries in our program this year. Over three consecutive weekends a small army of dedicated judges took on the mammoth task of judging all these entries, including a successful Regional Judging Hub at the University of New England, Armidale.
The 2019 winners of the Working Technologically category of the Young Scientist Awards competition were announced at a special ceremony at the PTC (Professional Teachers Council) offices in Auburn on Saturday 7th September, 2019.
The ceremony followed a science fair where student entrants had the opportunity to present their projects to an audience of judges, parents and teachers.
Congratulations to all entrants and winners! The judges were blown away by your creativity!
NSW students shone once again at the International Science & Engineering Fair 2019 with four Grand Prizes!
Eliza Martin – 4th Place in Biomedical & Health Science;
Callum Predavec – 4th Place in Mathematics and an Honorary Mention Special Award from NASA;
Emma Serisier – 3rd Place in Animal Science; and
Macinley Butson – 2nd Place in Translational Medicine and Special Award from the China Association for Science & Technology.