Universities of Canada UofCanada hosted this year’s Salahaldin Schools’ iCare Science Fair finals.
The young scientists from the school’s branches in Cairo, Alexandria, and Beni Suef were invited to enter the Science Fair and present their projects at the final stage in an annual event last Saturday under the organization of Salahaldin Schools Science Departments, and the Universities of Canada’s professors.
There were 29 projects presented, and 73 participating students. The judging committee included representatives from both the schools and the faculty.
Projects targeted the areas of Biology, physics, chemistry, mechanical, and sustainable energy.
Tradeline distributed vouchers for all participants and precious gifts for the winners.
The goal of the science fair is to excite kids about science. SIS science fair is also an excellent opportunity for families to have fun learning science together. We all benefit from the work of our young scientists.