Science Fair Expo Portal

BPS STEM Fair – Expo Portal

Putting a focus on science and engineering is a major goal of the Boston Public Schools. We want all students to be scientifically literate and to develop an understanding of fundamental science and engineering concepts. Each year the Boston STEM Fair provides an opportunity for students to “do” STEM. As the students prepare for the fair, they not only learn important science and engineering concepts but they also learn how scientists and engineers investigate the world.

We will be back in person for the 2024 Science Fair on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024.

During the fair, which will take place at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury (Boston), we run a tabletop activity expo alongside the student’s projects, in which various STEM organizations demonstrate a STEM-related exhibit or short activity. The 2024 STEM activity expo will take place from 10:30am – 1:00pm.

If you are interested in participating this year, please >>Sign-Up Here!<<

As the date grows closer, we will send additional information about final logistics and program information to registered participants. Please be aware that you may not sell things at the expo, but may give out flyers and/or prizes. If you need to cancel your participation at any time, please email Nicolas Fuchs.

Please plan to arrive at Reggie Lewis Center by 10:00-10:15am – for expo set-up. The expo will run from 10:30am – 1:00pm: public viewing for family and friends from 10:30-12:00, and viewing for fair participants (students) from 12:00-1:00. Lunch and parking will be provided for all expo participants.

Pictures from 2020 Public Activity Expo

Pictures from 2019 Public Activity Expo

Pictures from 2018 Public Activity Expo

Pictures from 2017 Public Activity Expo

Pictures from 2016 Public Activity Expo

Pictures from 2015 Public Activity Expo

Past Exhibitors:
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Beyond Benign
BioScience Project
BPD Public Service Unit
Boston Society of Civil Engineers
Boston Water and Sewer Commission
Cambridge Science Festival
Civil Air Patrol, Boston Cadet Squadron
Clay Center Observatory
Empow Studios
Girls’ Angle
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Harvard Microrobotics Lab
Harvard Museums of Science and Culture
Harvard Science in the News
John D. O’Bryant School
Journal of Emerging Investigators
LEAH Project @HRiA
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
MassBay Community College
MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences
MIT Graduate Materials Council
MIT Media Lab
Museum of Science
Aerospace NU
NU Biochemistry Club
NU Chi Epsilon
NU Engineering World Health
NU Marine Science Center
NU Protect
NU Sound
NU Wireless Club
Reach Robot
Science Club for Girls
Science from Scientists
Toysinbox 3D Printing
Voltree Power Inc.
Walkalong Gliders
WTS Boston Chapter
Zoo New England

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