Youth Science London Presents the 44th Annual
Saturday April 5 – Sunday April 6 2014
Althouse College, Western University
We have changed our name!
This event is now the Thames Valley Science and Engineering Fair (TVSEF). The London District Science & Technology Fair title has served us well for 40+ years. The TVSEF title better reflects the area of Southern Ontario we represent: Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford counties. TVSEF also better represents the wide range of engineering interests of our students. Please join us under our new banner.
Team London 2013
|Kelly MacAlpine (Delegate), Sanah Pallithotungal, Victor Puvanendran, Jeong Ho Jang, Mohamad Kadri, Ossama Mahmoud, Aleksa Bjelogrlic, Jerry Chen, Jessie MacAlpine, Dan Alferov, Young Zhou, Sarah Sawan, Victor Ling. Absent: Don McLeod (Delegate)|
Dan, Jessie and Young attended the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair in Phoenix AR.
They won Best in Category in Medicine and Health Sciences, Third Place Grand Award (Behavioural Sciences) and the ASU Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives (First Award).
All others attended the Canada Wide Science Fair in Lethbridge Alberta. Team London won 5 bronze medals plus the Canadian Association of Physicists award for the best Senior Physics project. We are so proud of all of you for representing the London District so well.
Jessie has been selected to represent Canada at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Prague 20 – 25 September 2013.
Adam Sawan, Mike Newnham, Smarter Science & the LDSTF were featured in the 2012 Director’s Report of the Thames Valley District School Board
What We Do
We support, encourage & operate activities that promote the advancement of science and technology among students of all ages and abilities, to benefit both the educational systems and the community.
We find the kids that will change the world!
We Open Doors You Never Knew Existed
Our Science Fair Partners
“We need to teach our kids that it’s not just the winner of the Super Bowl who deserves to be celebrated, but the winner of the science fair. We need to teach them that success is not a function of fame or PR, but of hard work and discipline.” President Obama, State of the Union Address 25 January 2011