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Make your own soap
How to make your own soap using simple materials that we can find at home.
Difficulty: High school
Nutritional value of fast food restaurants
Fast food is very popular as evident by the number of fast food chains in our neighborhoods. But does the convenience that fast food offer come at a cost? In this science project, you will be conducting a survey to understand "fast food habits", and you will also examine the nutritional vale of these meals.
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Powerful nuts
This science fair project was done to find out whether nuts are able to store energy. Given that they are able to, what is the energy storage capacity of different types of nuts? For this experiment, peanuts and a cashew nut were used.
Difficulty: Middle school
Raisin Elevators
A really simple but cool experiment using raisins and soda water!
Difficulty: Elementary school
Red bull and Daphnia
This experiment was performed to study the effect an energy drink has on the heartbeat rates of Daphnia. The experiment was done by exposing Daphnia to different concentrations of the Red Bull drink, mixed with water, and counting their heartbeats per minute.
Difficulty: Middle school
Show how many colors of food dyes or inks are found in a smartie or m&m
This experiment shows you how to split the different colors of ink or food dyes that can be found in a smartie or m&m using the process of chromatography
Difficulty: Elementary school
Swimming Raisins
In this cool science experiment, you’ll show how to make raisins "swim" up and down in a jar, using nothing more than a few things that you commonly find in a kitchen.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Swimming spaghetti
Spaghetti is denser than water and, therefore, sinks when placed in water. When spaghetti is placed in a solution of baking soda and vinegar, the spaghetti rises to the surface due to the carbon dioxide gas that adheres to it. When the spaghetti reaches the surface, the gas is released, and the spaghetti sinks again.
Difficulty: Middle school
The amazing jumping rice Krispies
This really fun experiment shows you how to make a plate of Rice Crispies stand up and jump from a plate, with the help of static electricity.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The most effective antacid
This experiment was conducted to find out how effective different types and brands of antacids are at neutralizing acid. The experiment was done using 4 brands of antacid.
Difficulty: High school
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