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Acne medication and bacteria
This science fair project aims to validate the effectiveness of acne medications in preventing the growth of bacteria. This experiment will be carried out using 3 types of acne medication – Tetracycline, Clindamycin and Benzoyl peroxide.
Difficulty: High school
Age and Diabetic neuropathy
This science fair project was performed to ascertain the relationship between diabetic neuropathy and the length of time a person suffers from diabetes. The science project experiment involved persons suffering from diabetes for 5 years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years as well as persons without diabetes.
Difficulty: High school
Autism and music
This science fair project was performed to compare the effectiveness of music in calming an autistic child. The tests were done using 3 autistic children and playing different types of music - classical, piano and pop song.
Difficulty: High school
Comparing obesity among different races
This science fair project was conducted to find out the relation between obesity and race. The science fair project involved comparing the Body Mass Index (BMI) African-Americans and Caucasians.
Difficulty: High school
Cooking popcorn with your cellphone
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain if cell phone radiation is sufficiently strong to cook popcorn. The experiment was conducted using several cell phones.
Difficulty: High school
Disinfectant concentration and bacteria resistance
The aim of this science fair project is to find out how the concentration of disinfectants can affect bacteria resistance. The experiment is carried out using different concentrations of Dettol disinfectant.
Difficulty: High school
Does sambucus extract help cure the flu?
This science project was performed to investigate whether Sambucus extract really does help to cure the common flu, as claimed by its manufacturers. Flu patients were given a placebo, vitamin C and Sambucus (elderberry) extracts in order to observe whether they reacted differently to each of these.
Difficulty: Middle school
Does supplementary vitamin C prevent colds?
Test if Vitamin C really does help prevent people from catching colds
Difficulty: Elementary school
Effectiveness of ginger against motion sickness
This science fair project was performed to find out the effect of ginger on motion sickness. The science project was done by comparing the effect of motion sickness on participants before and after eating ginger candy.
Difficulty: Middle school
Iron supplements and endurance
This science fair project was done to investigate the effect of iron supplements consumption on the athletic performance of women with iron deficiencies.
Difficulty: High school
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