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This science project was done to find out if water will move through a semi permeable membrane to a solution of higher concentration. The science project experiment was carried out using several eggs immersed in distilled water and salt water.
Difficulty: High school
We know that wearing dark colored clothing on a hot sunny day makes us feel warmer - this explains why light/pastel colors are popular choices for summer clothing. Does this however mean, that light colored clothing is more effective at blocking/preventing ultra violet radiation from reaching our skin? This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the effectiveness of different colored
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to find out how the temperature of a fluid affects its viscosity. The testing was done by measuring the viscosity of water, milk and corn oil using a measurement cup at different temperatures.
Difficulty: Middle school
This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of different types of sunshades in reducing the temperature inside a car. The tests were done without a sunshade, with a reflective sunshade made from plastic air bubble insulating material, and a reflective foam sunshade.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science fair project was conducted to find out how temperature affects the strength of a magnet. The tests were done using 5 permanent magnets at 0 degrees Celcius, 25 degrees Celcius, 50 degrees Celcius, 75 degrees Celcius and 100 degrees Celcius.
Difficulty: Middle school
You can make a simple pinhole viewer that lets you see the images carried by light shining through a pinhole.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The stereoscope is a simple optical instrument which allows us to see in relief drawings and photographs. For us, to see in three dimensions a solid body, is a fact so natural that we do not even take it into account. Also it is normal to see "flat", that is to say lacking a third dimension; drawings or pictures. Did you ever ask yourself why this occurs? The phenomena is so natural and obvious th
Difficulty: High school
In the year 1800, Sir William Herschel discovered the existence of infrared by performing an experiment very similar to the one we show here. Herschel passed sunlight through a prism. As sunlight passes through the prism, the prism divides it into a rainbow of colors called a spectrum. A spectrum contains all of the colors which make up sunlight. Herschel was interested in measuring the amount of
Difficulty: High school
This interesting eperiment shows you how to make your own hand-drawn hologram
Difficulty: High school
Events happen in nature in many dimensions. Most of them pass unnoticed by observation because their scale is too big or too small. In fact, we would have to be giants, to follow the path of clouds over continents! And who knows how big we should be, to be able to contemplate the majestic rotations of our galaxy! On the contrary, if we were as small as an ant, we could see the amazing miniature wo
Difficulty: High school
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