Next Competition: February 16, 2019
Assemble a team of tinkerers and budding engineers to compete for cash prizes in the Curtis Kinetic Science Competition!
This competition challenges students to transform ordinary and found objects into a kinetic system inspired by Rube Goldberg’s famous machines.
The Curtis Kinetic Science Competition is open to students in Grades 5-8, in teams of up to five.
2018 Curtis Kinetic Science Competition Winners
Best in Fair: Picture Perfect
Presely Burton and Avery Moes
Catherine Mohr Princeton Elementary
Best Use of Science: Dino-Might
Cole Quezada, Shivin Varanasi, Ryan Cox, and Emmalea Sidorsky
Most Innovative/Creative: Snake My Day
Annabelle Saint-Sauveur, Alex Shaw, and Alexander Tarlev
Best in Fair: The Green Machine:
Jasper Fitzgerald, Eve Hage, Michelle Ho, Alison Kowal, and Ryan Schefstad
Debbie Gordon St. Mary Magdalen School
Best Use of Science: TMS STEM Club
Jon Metheny, Thaddeus Repas, Melissa Janes, Abbey Hubbard, and Olivia Quezada
Most Innovative/Creative: The Tap In
Gregory Regala, Benjamin Scotchie, Christopher Silva, Alex Galloway, and Kaiden Perez