Virtual Peterborough Regional Science Fair 2021

Fair Date: Tuesday April 6 - Friday April 9, 2021

The Fair will be virtual this year, more details to follow

Virtual Award Ceremony: Friday April 9

Registration Opens: February 2021 

check back in January for exact date

Registration Closes: Tuesday, March 23 @ 4pm

Deadline to Upload your Project:

Midnight Monday, March 29

The virtual platform to present your projects will be the same as the Youth Science Fair in May 2020: here is the link

Peterborough Science Fair poster 2020 we

Canada Wide Science Fair 2019

May 11-17, 2019 at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton

Jacob Bowman (left) Beaty Centre for Species Discovery Award $1000, Hana Haytaoglu and Hannah Mac Auslan (pair) Bronze medal, Shaun Plassery silver medal

Judging Day 

Trip Day ‎⁨The Rocks Provincial Park⁩, ⁨Hopewell⁩, ⁨NB

Peterborough Regional Science Fair 2019


Congratulations to Jacob Bowman, Hana Haytaoglu and Hannah MacAuslan (pair) and Shaun Plassery  who represented the Peterborough Regional Science Fair at the 2019 Canada Wide Science Fair at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.


See below for their project summaries.

Congratulations to all our winners and everyone who participated.  See you next year!


View 2019 results

Press about our Fair:

Best of Fair 


Jacob Bowan

Holy Cross Catholic S.S.


Project Title: Can Freshwater  Stream Invertebrates Adapt to Salt Water

Senior: Earth and Environmental Sciences

Second Best of Fair 


Hana Haytaoglu and Hannah MacAuslan,   

East Norththumberland S. S.


Project Title: Preparation, Property Testing and Application of Bio-Plastics

Intermediate: Computing and Engineering  Sciences

Third Best of Fair 


Shaun Plassery

St. Catherine Catholic Elementary School


Project Title: Slick Sorbents for Ocean Oil Spills: Using Hair, Wool & Jute to naturally clean up Oil in Salt Water

Junior Earth and Environmental Sciences

For over 50 years the Peterborough Regional Science Fair has encouraged students to embrace and explore scientific thought and have fun doing it! Projects require all aspects of learning: inquiry, experimental design and execution, literacy, math and art to create the dynamic poster boards. Students take part in a friendly science competition, showing off their investigations.


Held annually at Trent University, our Fair brings together hundreds of students who showcase their experiments and compete for awards totalling $15 000, including the opportunity to compete at the Canada-Wide Science Fair and beyond.


Dr. Neil Emery


705-748-1011 x 7312



Peterborough Regional Science Fair
c/o School of the Environment (ESC C204)

Trent University
1600 West Bank Dr.
Peterborough, ON  K9L 0G2

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Peterborough Regional Science Fair Committee