The 47th annual science fair for Hamilton, Halton Region and Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant Counties was held Wednesday, March 28th to Saturday, March 31st at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
Cash, prizes and scholarships worth more than $150,000 were awarded at the conclusion of the three-day event. Twenty students have won all-expense-paid trips to compete at either the Canada Wide Science Fair in Truro, Nova Scotia or the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Albuquerque, New Mexico. See the results page for full information.
What happens at BASEF?
The fair takes place over the course of four days, starting with project set up on Wednesday, student activities and judging on Thursday, and culminating in the award ceremony and public viewing on Saturday.
The one-page article A Beginner's Introduction to BASEF will give you a quick overview; parents can find more information about what to expect in the BASEF 2006 Parents section. Top projects will go on to compete at the International or Canada-Wide science fairs as part of Team BASEF.
Who can enter?
BASEF 2007 is open to students registered in grades 7 through 12 in public, separate and independant schools within the City of Hamilton, the Region of Halton, and Haldimand, Norfolk and Brant Counties, as well as to home-schooled students living in the same regions.
How do I start?
Go to the Student section of this site to find out more about project categories, rules, safety regulations, hints, suggestions, and ideas.
BASEF 2007 Annual Report
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