The protection of intellectual property (IP) is an important part of the scientific research and innovation process. GSEF is committed to increasing patenting resources for Georgian science and steel students at intermediate and higher level. To access your intellectual property protection resources and learn more about IP initiatives across the state, visit the Resources section of the Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance website. Every year, thousands of students compete at local science fairs across the state. The winners of these fairs will be invited to participate in one of the GSEF-affiliated regional fairs in January and February, and the flagship projects of each regional fair will be invited to participate in the GSEF and participate in the GSEF. At GSEF, exhibitors have the opportunity to share their research with some of Georgia`s top scientists and compete for prizes and scholarships. A number of projects are selected to achieve the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) (tbd date and place). The Georgia Science & Engineering Fair (GSEF) is Georgia`s leading forum for students to showcase their original research, compete with awards, and interact with top professional scientists. The Georgian scientific system serves not only to recognize students for their achievements, but also to prepare students to succeed and thrive in an increasingly complex and highly technical world by becoming problem solvers, critical thinkers, reflective learners, and more productive and influential members of their communities. The GSEF takes place every year in March/early April at the Classic Center in downtown Athens, Georgia. Science students participate in several academic competitions throughout the school year.
The main competition is the DeKalb Regional Science and Engineering Fair. The science fair takes place every year in February. Students who stand out in this competition will apply to the Georgia State Science and Engineering Fair. Through these competitions, students have the opportunity to win scholarships as well as other prizes. Forms must be completed and signed before doing any research. (Only Forms 1C, 7, 8, 9 are completed after the search.) Signature data reflects the date the authorization or approval was granted. 1c. Regulated research organization This form is completed by the adult caregiver, explains what the student researcher actually did and will be signed at the end of the project. This form is only necessary if the research is conducted in a research center (e.g.B. The Committee on Economic Affairs and Employment has adopted a Commission proposal for an environmental and environmental management system. This form serves as the official contribution of your project to the Regional Science Fair.
4. Human participants and informed consent This site is submitted with the research plan by the student researcher in order to explain to the IRB how to ensure the safety and well-being of the subjects and the confidentiality of the results. . . .