Research

Science Research for All is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to promoting science research for all interested public or private school students throughout the United States. For years, American students lacked achievement in science mastery attained by their counterparts in other countries. In an increasingly technological nation, U. S. schools seem unable to fill a void created by the need for scientists and engineers. Studies indicate a strong correlation between original research experiences and increased student enthusiasm, increased propensity to pursue science courses, and participation in long-term STEM careers. It is our goal to place a science research program in any public or private school desiring to promote opportunities for interested students, regardless of their academic level.

We offer programs for:

  • High School Curriculum

  • High School After School

  • Middle School Curriculum

  • Middle School After School

  • Home School Students

Benefits

  • Increase in student enthusiasm in STEM-related topics

  • Colleges are impressed with students doing science research

  • Students will learn to work independently

  • Students will become responsible for learning what they want to learn

  • Students will learn time management

  • Students will communicate with working scientists

  • Students will learn to read scientific research articles

  • Students will improve their writing skills

  • Students will become better oral presenters

  • Students will improve their organizational skills

  • As students participate in science competitions, the school is recognized by the scientific community

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How it works

The sequence of the program:

  • Students choose a topic of their own interest

  • Students read professional journal articles

  • Students develop a research plan

  • Students communicate with a professional scientist (mentor)

  • Students do original research

  • Students perform an analysis of their data

  • Students write a (15 – 20 page) paper describing their work

  • Students present an oral presentation and visual display

  • Students participate in science conferences, symposia and/or competitions

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