- Make your project fun to look at with pictures and colors.
- Use large, clear lettering. Check grammar and spelling.
- Part of your display could include something that represents the project and should be placed in front of or on the display board. Keep in mind that the items you choose must be safe – see the Rules page. Some examples of display items are equipment or materials you have built or used as part of your project, artistic representations of your topic, and items such as photos, video, and audio taken while working on your project.
- Keep in mind that electrical outlets are limited and must be requested at the time of registration. Students need to supply their own extension cords.
How to Conduct an Experiment and Prepare a Scientific Poster
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