In 2015, Rob Player, a student at St. Francis of Assisi, entered the Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair with a project that seemed like it had failed at first…
Students Vishaal Balamurugan and Lacie O’Leary both explored the effects of sugar and how to improve health through everyday routine or through medical treatment.
Students at LRSEF 2016 looked at the growth of bacteria in both positive and negative settings.
Corey McGarvey performed an experiment to find out if plants could communicate with each other through the air.
This article reviews the results of LRSEF and the advancements of winners.
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!
Read about how Give Local Louisville can help LRSEF and how we used your funds for the 2016 fair here.
After sleeping next to a Wi-Fi router, Riya Shah was curious about the effects of Wi-Fi on her health. Shah woke up tired and disoriented, and she thought it could have been caused by the Wi-Fi router.
The LRSEF August newsletter focuses on the various ways you can support science and engineering for students in our community. To see the newsletter, click here.
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.” Mr. Jacob is the youth ambassador on the board of the Louisville Regional […]