|This event exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic Boom continuity.|
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The Science Fair Awards is an event that appears in the Sonic Boom television series. It is a children's science fair in Hedgehog Village where local contestants compete by presenting their own scientific projects.
The Science Fair Awards are held in the Mayor's Mansion. Here, contestants put up displays that showcase their own research in a field of science and their results of said research, such as models, inventions, dioramas, etc. The participant with the best project is declared the winner of the awards. The winner receives a trophy and the privilege to observe Hedgehog Village's top scientist, Miles "Tails" Prower, for a week. The contestants that do not win each receive a participation trophy.
Being a children's competition, the Science Fair Awards has a limit for how tall the contestants must be. If a contestant exceeds that height limit, they are automatically disqualified and do not receive any trophy.
When the Science Fair Awards were held, the local youth would present more-or-less impressive science projects to Team Sonic and other local residents. The event was even covered by the local TV network. Among the contestants was Dr. Eggman, who sought recognition for his latest invention, the Eggs-Boson Super-configurator. At the end, Beth the Shrew was declared the winner by the science judges. While the prizes got handed out however, Eggman learned he got disqualified for being too tall.
List of participants
|Beth the Shrew||Solar System diorama||Winner|
|Child Monkey||Artificial volcano||N/A|
|Dr. Eggman||Eggs-Boson Super-configurator||Disqualified|
|Reindeer Girl||Potato clock||N/A|