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A comparison of the thermal insulation properties of different clothing materials
This science fair project was conducted to compare the thermal insulation properties of clothes that are made of different materials (wool, cotton, polyester, flannel and Gore-Tex).
Difficulty: Elementary school
At what angle should the blades of a wind turbine be positioned?
This science fair project attempts to ascertain the optimal angle at which the blades of a wind turbine should be positioned in order to generate maximum power.
Difficulty: High school
Build a stereoscopic microscope
Why build a microscope? The following is a guide on how to build a stereoscopic microscope. This guide allows you to assemble, at a relatively low cost, an instrument that is useful for observing natural objects such as insects, plants, minerals, fossils and flowers.
Difficulty: High school
Build your very own hovercraft!
This interesting experiment shows you how to build a simple hovercraft that can lift several adults!
Difficulty: High school
Compare the strengths of different types of bridges
The purpose of this experiment was to determine whether suspension bridges or cable -stayed bridges would support the most mass.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Comparing different types of aquarium water filters
This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of different water filtration systems used in aquariums. The experiment involved the under-gravel type filter and the sponge filter.
Difficulty: Middle school
Comparing incandescent lamps and LED lamps
This science fair project was conducted to compare the brightness of an incandescent lamp with a LED lamp. The testing was done to compare a 60 watt incandescent lamp to a LED lamp that will provide the same brightness.
Difficulty: Middle school
Comparing split keyboards and normal keyboards
This science fair project was performed to find out if split keyboards make a person type faster compared to the normal keyboard.
Difficulty: High school
Comparing water repelling products
This science fair project was conducted to evaluate the water repelling properties of glass coatings used on a car's windshield. Tests were done to compare between two brands of repellent - Rain-X and Aquapel.
Difficulty: Middle school
Construct a model of a magnetically levitated train
I'm a science hobbyist and occasional exhibit designer for science museums. The devices shown here were part of a prototype "room-temperature superconductive table" which never made it to a museum. I thought I'd place it here so students and hobbyists could experiment with this strange maglev effect.
Difficulty: High school
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