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The awards ceremony will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. and honor this year’s top projects with awards and scholarships.
This year, nearly 500 projects, which placed first at the local school level, will represent the best of student research in Gwinnett County. These projects, spotlighting the creativity and innovation of more than 750 students, will be judged by Georgia professionals and scientists who will assess them on scientific quality, accuracy, creativity, and experimental or engineering design.
The high school and middle school students who earn first place at the regional fair level competition will move to the next round— the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair— in Athens March 26–28.
The top projects then qualify for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, May 10–15, in Phoenix, Ariz.