Research at Home

Resources, advice, and stories of inspiration on completing research outside of a traditional laboratory environment

In light of the global pandemic, the Society encourages students and teachers to think outside the lab when approaching research!

We hope that with these resources and advice from our alumni, you will get your coding on with computer science, people-watch from afar with a behavioral science project, engineer a solution to a problem in your home, or get close and personal with your favorite insect.

Ruth on her car/for Work from Home
ISEF alumna Ruth Amos built a crazy car at home, complete with a platform you can sit on that raises up out of the top of the car. PHOTO COURTESY OF RUTH AMOS

Resources and Opportunities