Links and Resources
Useful resources for all of your science fair project needs.
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- IIT Math Department
- Open Office (Free Data Analysis Software Comparable to Microsoft Excel)
- The all-powerful Wikipedia
External Science Fair Resources
- Chicago Public School Official Science Fair Website
- Do you need to find some information about the Chicago Public School Science Fair? What better place to go than the official website.
- ASK A SCIENTIST
- Have a diffcult Science Fair question and can't find the answer? Why not ask the experts at Argonne National Laboratory? To find an answer to your question faster, make sure to check out the archives of questions that have already been asked!
- Science Fair Central
- This website has a lot of projects and information for science fair participants.
- Ultimate Science Fair
- Here you can find lots of tips and advice from science teachers and former participants.
- Northeastern Illinois University
- This site gives you information about the upcoming dates for CPS science fairs in the Chicago area.
- Chicago State University
- In this website you will find how you can participate in a special projects program at the University of Illinois-Chicago and Chicago State University.
- Super Project Kits
- If you're looking for somewhere to buy materials for your project, this may be a good place to look. In general you should be able to get most materials from your teacher, but if you have to pay for things this is a good place to start.
- The name says it all. Good ideas, even if they aren't well-developed.
- American Chemical Society
- A resource for chemistry and chemical applications, including databases, publications, career information and educational resources.
External Math Links
External Science Report Writing Resources
- The Owl at Purdue University
- How to properly use the APA format in your Science Fair Research Paper
- Science Fair Buddies Website
- How to format the paper (use the APA column)
- Modern Language Association
- Visit this site to learn how to properly cite your references for your Science Fair Research Paper