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The invincible soap bubble!Featured science projectScience project video
Do you like playing with bubbles? Almost every kid loves to blow bubbles and wishes that their bubbles dont pop or evaporate so quickly! This science fair project was performed to determine if adding other substances to a bubble solution can help the bubbles last longer. Testing was done by adding corn syrup, sugar water, glycerin and lemon juice the to the bubble solution.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Effect of room temperature on the burn-rate of a candle burnsFeatured science projectScience project video
Have you ever wondered whether a candle burns more quickly on a hot day, than on a cold day? Or is it the other way around? This science fair project was carried out to compare how quickly a candle will burn at different room temperatures. The experiment was done by measuring how much of a candle will melt in 30 minutes when placed in an environment with surrounding temperatures of 20C, 25C and
Difficulty: Middle school
Examining the effect of spring resistance on a radio controlled cars speed Featured science projectScience project video
The objective of this science fair project is to determine if the resistance of the spring used in a radio controlled car will affect its speed performance.
Difficulty: Elementary school
An investigation on padding pressure in football helmetsFeatured science projectScience project video
The objective of this science fair project is to determine whether different padding pressures in football helmets on reduces the impact experienced by football players during head-on collisions. A 5 kg circular weight will be used to create the collision, and its effect on helmet padding pressures of 750 mmHg, 800 mmHg, 850 mmHg and 900 mmHg will be observed.
Difficulty: Middle school
Floating soap bubbles Featured science projectScience project video
This experiment was performed to find out if soap bubbles will be able to stay afloat longer in different environments. The experiment was done to compare how long air bubbles float in air and carbon dioxide.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The density of Coca-ColaFeatured science projectScience project video
This experiment was performed to find out if the different brands of soda can drinks have a higher density or lower density than water. The experiment was done to compare the difference in densities between regular Coke and Diet Coke.
Difficulty: High school
Crushing the canFeatured science projectScience project video
This experiment was performed to demonstrate the differences in strength of air and water pressure. The experiment was done using empty soda cans to show the effects of differences in air and water pressure work.
Difficulty: Middle school
Comparing the intelligence of female and male dogsFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was conducted to compare the intelligence levels of female and male dogs. The science project experiment was done using 3 different types of tests on dogs.
Difficulty: High school
Are Dogs color-blind?Featured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was conducted to find out if dogs can differentiate between different colors. The science project experiment involved using 4 types of colors and 5 breeds of dogs.
Difficulty: High school
Static electricity discharge in carsFeatured science projectScience project video
Accidents have been known to occur at gas stations, when on especially dry days, static electricity is discharged as a driver exits or enters his car. This is especially dangerous at gas stations, as the sparks that occur during discharge sometimes lead to explosions. This science fair project was performed to investigate the amount of static electricity discharged between car seats and clothing.
Difficulty: Middle school
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