Delaware Valley Science Fair

Top winners at the Coriell Institute Science Fair qualify to advance to the regional finals at the Delaware Valley Science Fair (DVSF).

The 2020 DVSF takes place April 7-9 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA. Judging is scheduled for Wednesday, April 8, but you must be present on the other days for setup and awards.

This is an exciting opportunity for student scientists to showcase their talents alongside the top projects from throughout the region! And, students who place at the top in the DVSF proceed to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair with many expenses paid! The 2020 ISEF competition will be held May 9-15 in Anaheim, CA.

How to Advance

You can enter DVSF if:

  • You can enter DVSF IF: You are an individual project in 6-8th grade and won 1st or 2nd
  • You are a team project in 6th-8th grade and won 1st or 2nd
  • You are an individual project in 9-12th grade and won 1st, 2nd, or 3rd
  • You are a team project in 9th-12th grade and won 1st 

Coriell will automatically register you by forwarding your project paperwork to DVSF officials.

How to Prepare for the Fair

It is your responsibility to be prepared to compete at the DVSF. Visit the DVSF homepage for more information and review the following DVSF schedule and check-in procedure sheet.

Good luck!