Registration is now closed. Thank you to all the volunteers judges that signed up for the St. Joseph's Annual Science Fair. We can't wait to see all of you on Thursday evening, February 21, 2019 at 5pm! If you have any questions before the event, feel free to contact us.
Human behavior, social and community relationships.
Study of pollution (air, water and land) sources and their control; ecology.
Chemistry of life processes-molecular biology, molecular genetics, photosynthesis, food chemistry, hormones, enzymes, etc.
Development of formal logic systems or various numerical and algebraic computations, and the applications of these principles-calculus, geometry, abstract algebra, number theory, statistics, complex analysis, probability.
Study of plant life-agriculture, horticulture, forestry, plant taxonomy, plant psychology, plant genetics, hydroponics, algae, etc.
Study of diseases and health of humans.
Study of nature and composition of matter and laws governing it.
Biology of microorganisms.
Study and development of computer software and hardware and associated logical devices.
Theories, principles, and laws governing energy and the effect of energy on matter.
Earth and Space Sciences Geology, mineralogy, physiography, oceanography, meteorology, climatology, astronomy, speleology, seismology, geography, etc.
Study of animals, including diseases, behavior and health.
Technology: projects that directly apply scientific principles to manufacturing and practical uses.