Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair

Promoting creativity and building the future for kids

LRSEF 2017 will be on March 4th!




by Emily Schmitt | Sep 20, 2016
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HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who donated during Give Local Louisville! We received 19 gifts totaling $2,000! We're so excited to promote and reward scientific excellence at LRSEF 2017!
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Support LRSEF for just $10!

by Emily Schmitt | Sep 13, 2016
For just $10, YOU can make a difference for the next generation of scientists and engineers! On September 15, if LRSEF receives 25 gifts of $10 or more, we will get to split $50,000 with the other nonprofits that achieve this level during Give Local Louisville! Continue reading for more information on Give Local Louisville and how we use funds.
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Wi-Fi: Fast Internet, Slow Plant Growth

by Emily Schmitt | Sep 10, 2016
Riya Shah with her project
After sleeping next to a Wi-Fi router, Riya Shah was curious about the effects of Wi-Fi on her health.
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LRSEF August Newsletter

by LRSEF | Aug 31, 2016
Fund Ideas Support LRSEF
The LRSEF August newsletter focuses on the various ways you can support science and engineering for students in our community.
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St. X Sophomore wins first place at ISEF

by LRSEF | Aug 31, 2016
Joshua Jacob at ISEF
Sophomore at St. Xavier High School, Joshua Jacob, won a 1st prize award at International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) for his project titled “Development of a Hybrid Inkjet 3D Printer: a Novel Approach to 3D Printing Conductive Architectures and Flexible Electronics.”
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Spotlight on Chemical Energy- Alternative Energy Sources

by Emily Schmitt | Aug 31, 2016
Keeney and Sheldon with Air Force Awards
LRSEF students Ben Keeney and Virginia Sheldon search for replacements to fossil fuels. You can support the exploration of ideas for students like Keeney and Sheldon by donating to the Louisville Regional Science and Engineering Fair. If we receive 25 gifts through Give Local Louisville on September 15, we will earn extra bonus dollars and prizes, which means we can reward more students like Keeney and Sheldon!
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