GLOBE Science Fair
The GLOBE Science Fair
At the annual GLOBE Science Fair students present the results of their environmental GLOBE research to a scientific jury and to their peer students.
Date: June 9th, 2023
Location: Wageningen University & Research
The Science Fair is for students of all secondary schools (tto, international and regular).
GLOBE Science Fair
Each year we organise and host the GLOBE Science Fair where students present the results of their research efforts! On this page you can find more information about participation and preparation.
- When? June 9th 2023
- Where? Wageningen University & Research
- Who? Each school can send one team of 3 to 5 students (level H/V 4/5) with 1 to 2 accompanying teachers. Preferably, the school stimulates several teams to conduct research, of which one team is chosen to represent the school.
- Why? It is a fun and educational way to let students share their research with scientists.
- What? The project has to meet the GLOBE Virtual Science Symposium Criteria. This means, among other things, that you can study anything you want, as long as GLOBE protocols are used. The GLOBE measurements also have to be uploaded to www.globe.gov. In preparation, you guide the students during the writing of the research report and you help them upload it to the GLOBE website, making them available to scientists and schools worldwide.
All communication is in English, but students that don’t feel confident are allowed to make their research report and presentation in Dutch
The winning team receives a goblet and a mystery prize! Read about the experience of the winning team of the Science Fair 2022.
GLOBE en tto
The Science Fair is interesting for all high schools. For tto-schools the Science Fair offers an interesting CLIL student activity. Furthermore, GLOBE offers various possibilities for both EIO and CLIL. This programme can be used with or without the Science Fair, for various learning objectives.