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Note: This page lists the original National 23 events. For tournament specific events, please click on Tournament, Tournaments, then click Events.
Name 
Type 
National 
Description 
CollapseCategory: Earth & Space Science
 Dynamic PlanetCore KnowledgeMore...Teams will complete tasks related to physical and geological oceanography.
 MeteorologyCore KnowledgeMore...This event emphasizes understanding of basic meteorological principles associated with severe weather with emphasis on analysis and interpretation of meteorological data, graphs, charts, and images.
 Road ScholarCore KnowledgeMore...Teams will answer interpretive questions that may use one or more state highway maps, USGS topographic maps, Internet-generated maps, a road atlas or satellite/aerial images.
 Rocks and MineralsHybridMore...Students will demonstrate an understanding of the properties and evolution of stars and galaxies as well as their observation using different portions of electromagnetic spectrum (e.g. Radio, Infrared, Visible, Ultraviolet, X-Ray and Gamma Ray).
 Solar SystemHybridMore...Participants will be assessed on their understanding and evaluation of marine and estuary aquatic environments.
CollapseCategory: Inquiry & Nature of Science
 CodebustersLabMore...This event will determine a team's ability to design and build an original computer game using the program Scratch incorporating the scientific theme provided to them by the supervisor.
 Experimental DesignLabMore...This event will determine the participant's ability on-site to design, conduct, and report the findings of an experiment.
 Ping Pong ParachuteLabMore...One student will write a description of an object and how to build it, and then the other student will attempt to construct the object from this description.
 Write It CAD ItLabMore...One student will write a description of an object and how to build it, and then the other student will attempt to construct the object from this description.
 Write It Do ItLabMore...One student will write a description of an object and how to build it, and then the other student will attempt to construct the object from this description.
CollapseCategory: Life, Personal & Social Science
 AgriscienceCore KnowledgeMore...Participants will solve problems and analyze data or diagrams using their knowledge of the basic principles of genetics.
 Anatomy and Physiology Core KnowledgeMore...Participants will be assessed on their understanding of the anatomy and physiology for the human Integumentary, Skeletal, and Muscular systems.
 Bio Process LabBuildMore...Teams will design and build a Boomilever meeting requirements specified in these rules to achieve the highest structural efficiency.
 BotanyCore KnowledgeMore...Teams will design and build a Boomilever meeting requirements specified in these rules to achieve the highest structural efficiency.
 Disease DetectivesCase StudyMore...Students will use their investigative skills in the scientific study of disease, injury, health, and disability in populations or groups of people.
 Green GenerationCore KnowledgeMore...On student will write a description of an object and how to build it, and then the other student will attempt to construct the object from this description.
 Home HorticultureCore KnowledgeMore...Teams will design and build a Boomilever meeting requirements specified in these rules to achieve the highest structural efficiency.
 OrnithologyCore KnowledgeMore...Participants will be assessed on their knowledge of North American birds.
CollapseCategory: Physical Science & Chemistry
 Crave the WaveLabMore...Given a scenario, a collection of evidence, and possible suspects, students will perform a series of tests that along with other evidence will be used to solve a crime.
 Crime BustersCore KnowledgeMore...Teams identify and classify fossils and demonstrate their knowledge of ancient life by completing tasks related to interpretation of past environments and ecosystems, adaptations and evolutionary relationships, and use of fossils in dating and correlating rock units.
 Food ScienceHybridMore...Participants will answer questions on food chemistry with a focus on fermentation and pickling. In addition, participants will build a salinometer/hydrometer capable of measuring salt compositions between 1-10% (mass/volume)
 Solar PowerHybridMore...Participants must complete tasks and answer questions about electricity and magnetism.
 Sounds of MusicHybridMore...Participants compete in activities and answer questions about mass, density, number density, area density, concentration, pressure, and buoyancy.
 Storm the CastleHybridMore...Participants must complete tasks and answer questions about electricity and magnetism.
CollapseCategory: Technology & Engineering Design (Continued on the next page)
 Aerial ScrambleBuildMore...Prior to the competition, participants design, build, test, and document a Rube Goldberg-like Device that completes required Start and Final Actions through a series of specified actions.
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