On Saturday, April 6, the Arizona Science Center will host an official awards ceremony to recognize the winners of the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair, which took place from April 4-5.

The fair, managed by the Arizona Science Center, brings together top science fair winners from various levels across Arizona to compete for awards and scholarships. This year, a total of 690 students will participate in AzSEF, with representatives of elementary, junior and senior departments. Over 500 science projects will be presented, featuring students from 140 schools, including 58 Title I schools.

Grand prize winners from the Senior division will have the opportunity to compete at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles. The Arizona Science and Technology Fair will be held at 500 E. Veterans Way in Tempe on both days of the fair, with student registration at 9 a.m. Contestants will have the chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes and scholarships.

The official awards ceremony on Saturday, April 6 at the Arizona Science Center is a celebration of all participants’ achievements. For more information about the fair, visit azscience.org/events-programs/arizona-science-engineering-fair/about.

By Samantha Johnson

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