Judging Near Completion – Update 6
Judging for the main category winners has been completed, however there is still some specialty judging that has not yet been completed. Once we have all of the judging results submitted and organized we will publish the results here. We will also attempt to provide a way for the public to view the submitted projects, though that may take more time to publish than the judging results as we need to ensure that there is no sensitive information in any of the published project files.
Please stay tuned and keep checking this page, as this will be where the results are published.
Breaking the Code
The 65th Annual Alaska Science and Engineering Fair (ASEF) will be a virtual fair. We invite all Grade K-12 students throughout Alaska to enter a science, engineering, computer science, or mathematics project in the fair. It is not necessary to participate in a local school fair before entering ASEF.
ASEF is an Intel-affiliated fair. High school students compete for local and national awards and prizes, including the top award: A trip to the International Science and Engineering Fair. Middle school students are eligible for local and national prizes, and elementary students are eligible for local awards and prizes.
News and Information
2020 Forms are available on the Forms, Downloads & Links page. Senior High students, if you want to be eligible for the grand prizes, you must complete your forms before you do your research!
The 64th Alaska Science & Engineering Fair (ASEF), “React to Science”, was held March 29-31, 2019 at the Northway Mall in Anchorage, Alaska. ASEF would like to thank all the students, teachers, parents, mentors, donors, volunteers, and the Northway Mall for making the event possible. Last year’s senior high grand prize winners came back for a repeat of their exceptional performance, now sharing a tie for First Place: Savio Le, with “Implementation of a Novel Phosphate Absorbing Device for the Mitigation of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs)” and Will Deering, with “Developing a Natural-Based Synthetic Honey Salve to Counter Water-Borne Surface-Wound Infections in Rural or Occupational Environments”. A student observer was also selected: Catherine Chen, with “What Kind of Bacteria Contribute to the Taste and Flavor in Fermented Tofu?” These students were invited to attend the International Science & Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona, in May 2019.
Fred Meyer Community Rewards: If you live in a community with a Fred Meyer, link your rewards card to us with Fred Meyer Community Rewards – https://www.fredmeyer.com/topic/rewards-3/#/community-rewards-4 – group 81550 “Alaska Science and Engineering Fair”. This rewards program kicks back some funds to the fair with each Fred Meyer purchase you make, without costing you anything extra. We would sincerely appreciate your support!
We Thank Our Sponsors
- Chugach Gem and Mineral Society
- Doug Molyneaux
- Anchorage Mayor's Community Grant
- Fur Rendezvous/Greater Anchorage, Inc.
- Upper One Studios Inc.
- Society of Petroleum Engineers, Alaska
- Elks Lodge Anchorage #2868
- Home Depot
- RSA Engineering, Inc.