The Alaska Science and Engineering Fair (ASEF) is an Intel ISEF-Affiliated science fair that is run by a nonprofit organization. Grade K-12 students throughout Alaska are invited to enter a science, engineering, computer science, or mathematics project in the fair. It is not necessary to win or even participate in a local school fair before entering the state-wide ASEF. Every K-12 student from Alaska is welcome!
There are many local and national prizes for all age groups at the fair. Senior High students, don't forget to do your paperwork first so that you can be eligible for the grand prizes. The senior high grand prize winners will have their expenses paid to attend the international ISEF competition.
2015 statewide Alaska Science & Engineering Fair
Next Alaska Science & Engineering Fair for Alaska K-12 Students: The 62nd statewide Alaska Science & Engineering Fair (ASEF) will be March 24-26, 2017, in Anchorage, Alaska.
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Recent ASEF: The 61st Alaska Science & Engineering Fair, "Trek with Science", was held April 1-3, 2016 at East High School in Anchorage, Alaska. Senior High grand prize winners were David Chen with "East Meets West: An Analysis of Avian Influenza in Alaska Interior", Jedediah Dean with "Radiation Monitoring in Prince William Sound, Alaska: Year III of a IV Year Study", and Student Observer, Alexander O'Neill with "My Pair of Genes". These students will go to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May 2016. Read more ASEF history...