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Anti-microbial protection with Microban
This science fair project was done to compare the effectiveness of using a Microban polymer-based chopping board and a plastic chopping board, against bacteria growth.
Difficulty: Middle school
Bacteria and thawing methods
The aim of this science fair project is to find out which method of meat thawing leads to the least amount of bacteria contamination. This experiment is conducted by thawing the meat over the counter, in the refrigerator and using the microwave oven.
Difficulty: Middle school
Bacteria in poultry meat
This science fair project aims to discover which type of processed poultry meat possesses the largest amount of bacteria. This experiment will be conducted using meat from a fresh chicken, irradiated chicken and frozen chicken
Difficulty: High school
Bacteria in water coolers
This science fair project was done to find out the amount of bacteria in water coolers. The testing was done by comparing water from water coolers and tap water.
Difficulty: High school
Bacteria on chopping boards
This science fair project was done to ascertain the amount of bacteria on chopping boards. The science project experiment involved using wooden and plastic chopping boards.
Difficulty: Middle school
Bacteria resistance to antibiotics
This science fair project aims to find out how the frequent use of antibiotics affects bacteria resistance. This experiment is carried out using the antibiotic ampicillin and the bacteria, Escherichia Coli (E. Coli).
Difficulty: High school
Compare the effect of various commercially antibacterial soaps on bacteria
There are so many soaps available in markets today, that advertise as the "best anti-bacterial soap." I figured that as I was studying bacteria in class, I should test the claims of the soap-producing companies, and perform an experiment to test which soap was actually the most disinfectant.
Difficulty: Middle school
Comparing the effectiveness of different disinfectants against bacteria
The purpose of this experiment was to determine which disinfectant would most effectively kill bacteria. The information gained from this experiment would help parents, health care providers, and food preparers to know which disinfectant to use to the best results for killing bacteria.
Difficulty: Middle school
Concentration of disinfectant and survivability of bacteria
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the relationship between the concentration of disinfectant and its effectiveness in destroying bacteria.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do different types of beef contain different levels of antibiotic additives?
The objective was to determine whether or not there is a difference between naturally grown ground beef and standard ground beef in terms of antibiotic additives. I hypothesized that the standard ground beef would show usage of antibiotic additives while the naturally grown ground beef would not.
Difficulty: Middle school
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