2015 Science Fair

Watch the 6th and final White House Science Fair of this Administration!

Check out highlights from the previous science fairs

This year's White House Science Fair will highlight the ingenuity and entrepreneurship of the next generation of scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and innovators. Students attending this year's Science Fair are tackling some of our Nation's greatest challenges - from combating climate change, to uncovering new ways to fight cancer, to discovering ways to reach farther beyond our atmosphere as a part of the Mars generation. Learn more about this year's Science Fair.

You can join in by participating in your own scientific explorations with a group of students in your community or classroom. The resources in this toolkit are designed to provide ideas and examples of different ways to get started. Share your activities and ideas with us on social media with the hashtag #WHScienceFair!

“As a society, we have to celebrate outstanding work by young people in science at least as much as we do Super Bowl winners. Because superstar biologists and engineers and rocket scientists and robot-builders… they’re what’s going to transform our society. They’re the folks who are going to come up with cures for diseases and new sources of energy, and help us build healthier, more successful societies.” –President Obama

See highlights from the 2015 Science Fair below.

2016 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 about the students participating in this year’s Science Fair.

Kimberly & Rebecca Yeung
Seattle, WA
Jacob Leggette
Baltimore, MD
Hannah Herbst
Boca Raton, FL
Olivia Hallisey
Greenwich, CT
Sindhu Bala, Ellie Englund, Sydney Gralike, Julianna Jones, Reagan Mattison, Christina Yepez
St. Louis, MO
Nathan Charles Marshall
Boise, Idaho
Amro Halwah, Stephen Mwingria, Si Ya “Wendy” Ni
New York City, NY
Nicole O’Dell
Stone Mountain, GA
Yashaswini Makaram
Northborough, MA
Kaisa Crawford-Taylor
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Hari Bhimaraju
Cupertino, CA
Olivia Thomas
Boise, ID
Mikayla Ockels
Georgetown, Delaware
Neil Davey
Gaithersburg, MD
Gabriel Mesa
Canton, CT
Sydney Lin, Krishna Patel, Isha Shah
Las Vegas, NV
Nia Clements
San Antonio, TX
Kylah Cain-Ward, Destani Cularri, Adriana Pusey, Jordan West
Edgewood, MD
Shemar Coombs
Philadelphia, PA
Lydia Mindermann, Andrea Richard Kasson
Kasson, MN
Talie Cloud
Sanger, CA
Annie Ostojic
Munster, IN
Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna
Elmont, New York
Jacob Bosarge, Nolan Lenard, Rupa Palanki
Mobile, AL
Devon Langley, Trevor Langley
Terre Haute, IN
Ty Brant, Anthony Maldonado, Benjamin Woolen, Taylor Wingo
Tahlequah, OK
Simon-Peter Frimpong, Maya Max-Villard, Grayson Fast
Aurora, CO
Sanjan Rane
Prospect, KY
Kimberly Te, Christine Yoo
Manhasset, NY
Deepika Kurup
Nashua, NH
Anurudh Ganesan
Clarksburg, MD
Samantha Armistead, Judy Cheng, Ryan Hill, Emma Jaynes, Evan Perry
Durham, NC
Siobhan Garry, Mona Fariborzi, Lauren Mori, Bansi Parekh, McKenna Stamp
San Diego, CA
Savannah Cofer, Varun Vallabhaneni, Valerie Chen, Matthew Sun
Centreville, VA and Gahanna, OH
Alex Miller, Clara Orndorff, Nicholas Orndorff
Seattle, WA
Ana Hernendez, Jason Mares
Los Angeles, CA
Diana Voronin
Hillsboro, NJ
Maya Varma
San Jose, CA

A Look Back at Past White House Science Fairs

2016 Science Fair Teaser

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Highlights from 2015

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Highlights from 2014

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Highlights from 2013

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Highlights from 2012

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Highlights from 2010

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