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In March 2018, Detroit will host the 61st Annual Science & Engineering Fair at Cobo Center, providing students of southeast Michigan in grades 6th-12th an opportunity to exhibit science fair projects. This is one of the largest and longest running science fairs in the world. The EMA has partnered with SEFMD to provide mentoring to students by top Michigan experts within the scientific fields. Members of the operating council, along with science fair judges, teachers and past science fair participants will discuss how to execute ideas, develop science fair projects, and how to showcase them for judging. This program is open to 6th-12th grade students, parents and teachers. Lunch will be provided and attendees will have opportunities to win prizes provided they preregister. For more information or to RSVP for this free seminar, please go to: http://www.sefmd.org/seminar. Alternatively, contact the Science Fair Office at (248) 471-9900.

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