The 2021 fair was also virtual and an outstanding success. encouraging students to create videos discussing their projects as part of the virtual forum and using online tools to drive interactivity. This annual competition engages students in eight counties from Denver metro-area middle schools, high schools, and home schools. DMRSEF is one of Colorado’s 13 Science and Engineering Regional Fairs, with the top winners earning eligibility to compete in the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair. In 2021 over 113 student scientists from 19 different schools, 50 program volunteers, and 125 volunteer judges participated virtually.
The 2021 DMRSEF nominated 52 individual and team projects to compete at the 2021 Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF), which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic; 38 DMRSEF projects received recognition at the 2021 CSEF taking home over $7,000 in prizes and cash. The 2022 fair will see over 150 projects on a wide variety of topics.
CoorsTek presents its own special award to those students whose projects align with the company’s vision, “We Make the World Measurably Better.” These submissions showcase students innovation and creativity and also share comprehensive project details.
About The Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair (DMRSEF)
The DMRSEF was established in 1963 by the University of Colorado to give pre-collegiate researchers an outlet to engage their scientific interests and an opportunity to interact with professional researchers and scientists. Serving eight counties in the Denver metropolitan area (Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Summit), the CoorsTek DMRSEF provides area middle school and high school students a vehicle to develop their scientific skillsets and an annual opportunity to present their research. This year, the top 2 Junior and top 3 Senior category winners will represent the CoorsTek DMRSEF at the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF). Additionally, our three Senior Best in Fair winners will represent Colorado at the prestigious Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). The 59th Annual CoorsTek DMRSEF will be hosted as a virtual event from February 25-27, 2022.
Founded in 1910 and headquartered in Golden, Colorado, CoorsTek is a fifth-generation, family-owned, and operated global manufacturer of engineered ceramics. By utilizing over half of the world’s known elements in our material formulations, we deliver unique solutions to our diverse customer base by leveraging ceramic properties. With more than 25 facilities across three continents, five million square feet in manufacturing space, and more than 5,000 team members, we are the partner of choice in engineered ceramics. CoorsTek makes the world measurably better by providing customers with amazing solutions, serving customers in numerous industries including semiconductor, aerospace, automotive, medical, energy and many others around the world.