The White House Science Fair

On Tuesday, May 27, the White House will be filled with robots, science projects, and more for the 2014 White House Science Fair!

Hosted by President Obama, the Fair will feature innovative projects, designs, and experiments from students all across America. With students from a broad range of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) competitions, this year’s Fair will also include a specific focus on girls and women who are excelling in STEM and inspiring the next generation with their work.

We’ll be live streaming this year’s Science Fair right here at, so make sure to tune in next Tuesday and watch the students showcase their amazing projects at the White House.

“If you win the NCAA championship, you come to the White House. Well, if you're a young person and you produce the best experiment or design, the best hardware or software, you ought to be recognized for that achievement, too." – President Obama

Watch What Happened

Watch Kari Byron and Bill Nye interview the young innovators at the Science Fair:
Tour the 2014 White House Science Fair with President Obama:
Watch President Obama’s remarks at the Science Fair:

Science Fair Exhibitors

The White House Science Fair features extraordinary science projects and experiments from some of America’s most innovative students. Find out more below about the students participating in this year’s Science Fair:

Elana Simon, 18
New York, NY
Deidre Carrillo, 18
San Antonio, TX
Peyton Robertson, 12
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Eric Chen, 18
San Diego, CA
Amena Jamali, 16; Juan Ramos, 17
Dallas, TX
Rebecca Chapin-Ridgely, 18; Jasmyn Logan, 15; Nia'mani Robinson, 15
Prince George’s and Anne Arundel Counties, Maryland
Joshua Troutman, 13; Tanner Schantz, 13
Bismarck, ND
Olivia Van Amsterdam, 16; Katelyn Sweeney, 17
Natick, MA
Brook Bohn, 14; Daisjaughn Bass, 13; Gerry McManus, 13
Hudson, MA
Maria Hanes, 19
Santa Cruz, CA
Kavita Selva, 14
Houston, TX
Alex Spiride, 14
Plano, TX
Nicolas Badila, 15
Jonesboro, GA
Avery Dodson, 8; Natalie Hurley, 8; Miriam Schaffer 8; Claire Winton, 8; Lucy Claire Sharp, 8
Tulsa, OK
E. Onyekachi, 20; J. Taylor, 19; I. Bangamwabo, 20; A. Yonghang-Subba, 18; D. Green, 19
Baltimore, MD
Connor Klemenhagen, 19
Champlin Park, MN
Cassandra Baquero, 13; Caitlin Gonzalez, 12; Janessa Leija, 11
Los Fresnos, TX
Felege Gebru, 18; Karen Fan, 17
Newton, MA
Katia Castañeda, 19
Oakland, CA
Frederick Lang, 18
Houston, TX
Anne Merrill, 17
Old Greenwich, CT
Crystal Brockington, 18; Aaron Barron, 18
Conyers, GA
Kevin Barrios, 19; Saul Soto, 18
Oakland, CA
Henry Lin, 18
Shreveport, LA
Jonathan Berman, 15; Maya Flannery, 15; Arjun Mahajian, 15
Culver City, CA
Courtney Hughes, 16; Matthew Pasco, 17
Clarkston, MI
Parker Owen, 20
Mobile, AL
Ciara Newberry, 8; Elora Johnson, 8; Swapneel Mandal, 7
Edmond, OK
Ananya Cleetus, 17
Pittsburgh, PA
Lydia Wolfe, 16; John Moore, 19
Chicago, Illinois
Baldes Foyet-Fokou, 17; J’niya Butler, 15
Washington, D.C.
Aaron Knestaut, 13; Eric Long, 14; Max Huhn, 13
Hockessin, DE

The White House Science Fair Videos

See Previous Highlights

The 2013 White House Science Fair

President Obama Tours the 2013 White House Science Fair

Live from the White House Science Fair with LeVar Burton and Bill Nye

The 2012 White House Science Fair

The 2010 White House Science Fair

Related Topics: See all the videos from last year’s Science Fair, Watch students speak about the power of STEM, Find out how we’re helping more women and girls get involved in STEM fields, Learn more about “We the Geeks,”
a series of Google+ Hangouts that highlight the future of science, technology, and innovation in the U.S.

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