The Exhibit Requirements
Exhibitors must be confined to a table or floor space thirty inches deep (front to back), by four feet wide (side to side), and eight feet tall (from the floor), or smaller. Table space will be provided for each exhibit. Exhibits should be sturdily constructed and must be self-supporting. Construction must be durable with movable parts firmly attached and safe.
Electric power (120 volts A.C.) will be available. The exhibitor must provide extension cords at least 9 feet in length.
Anything, which could be hazardous to public display, is prohibited. No liquids, dangerous chemicals, or pressurized gases may be brought into the exhibition hall.
Proper attention to safety is expected of all participants. Intel ISEF Display and Safety Regulations may be used as a guideline.
Note - Exhibits at the regional science fair may not contain live vertebrate animals, preserved specimens, or microbial cultural of any kind. Projects which use live vertebrate animals, including humans, must follow strict regulations and fill out Protocol Forms as imposed by the International Science and Engineering Fair.
Each Exhibitor must have a write-up of his project. This should be a concise explanation of the objective of the project work, the method used, results, and conclusions.