Application Quick Guide – Forms

Please answer these questions regarding your project.

  1. Your experiment / project will mainly be conducted at a (select one):

  2. Does your experiment / project involve the use of human participants?
    (see pgs 8-10 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  3. Does your experiment / project involve the use of vertebrate animals?
    (see pgs 11-13 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  4. Does your experiment / project involve the use of recombinant DNA?
    (see pgs 14-17 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  5. Does your experiment / project involve the use of microorganisms?
    (see pgs 14-17 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  6. Does your experiment / project involve the use of human or animal fresh/frozen tissues, blood, or body fluids?
    (see pgs 14-17 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  7. Does your experiment / project involve the use of hazardous chemicals, activities, or devices?
    (see pgs 18-20 of the Rules and Guidelines [PDF])

  8. Is your experiment / project a continuation / research progression from previous years?
    (see pg 2 of the Rules and Guidelines[PDF])

Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

  1. 14Dec2016 NYCSEF Project Application Due Date
  2. 05Mar2017 NYCSEF Preliminary Round @ The City College of New York.
  3. 28Mar2017 NYCSEF Finals Round @ The American Museum of Natural History
  4. 31Mar2017 NYCSEF Awards Ceremony @ The Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College
  5. 14May2017 International Science & Engineering Fair Week May, 14-19 in Los Angeles, CA

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