Tick-tock, Biological clocks!
This science fair project was conducted to find out how the biological clocks of singles and couples adjust to changes in the environment. The science experiment involved shifting daylight hours for single hamsters and paired hamsters.
How the temperature of food affects our taste
This experiment was performed to find out how the temperature of our food will influence our taste sensation. The taste buds on our tongues are sensitive to temperature. Hence, in order to taste the full flavor of the food that we eat, should we eat it when served piping hot, warm, or cool?
Improving your memory
This experiment was performed to find out if memory retention can be improved by reading words out loud as compared to just looking at, and reading flash cards. It is intended to show that students who are actively involved in the classroom discussions learn and retain more information as compared to their passive, non-participating peers.
Carbon dioxide and the acidification of our oceans
This experiment was performed to find out the effect of carbon dioxide on the pH level of water. Human activities such as deforestation and the burning of fossil fuel increases the level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. The results of this experiment will show the effects of an increased carbon dioxide level on our oceans' acidity levels.
How hand-Eye coordination is influenced by age
This experiment was performed to find out how hand-eye coordination improves as we grow older.
The Correlation between physical activity and academic performance
This experiment was done to investigate the benefits of doing physical activity before students sit for an examination.
The effectiveness of Antibacterial soap
This experiment was done to find out if antibacterial soap is more effective in killing bacteria than normal soap. This will help us decide whether we should spend more money to buy antibacterial soap or just use normal soap.
Do singers have a larger lung capacity than non-singers?
This experiment was done to find out if the members of a choir group have a bigger lung capacity than non-singers of the same age group.
The Usefulness of Plant Growth Enhancers
This experiment was conducted to find out the effectiveness of organic fertilizers in improving plant growth. The results of this experiment might help us improve crop yields.
Comparing the learning abilities of hamsters and mice
This experiment was performed to find out if hamsters and mice are able to learn and recall what is learnt. The experiment also compares the speed of learning of hamsters and mice.