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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.
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was performed to study the effect of nicotine on cancer cell growth. The experiment was done by exposing human colorectal adenocarcinoma cells to nicotine
Difficulty: High school
The objective of this science fair project is to investigate the effect of hot and freezing conditions on the survival of bacteria. The experiment will be carried out by placing E Coli, Streptococcus and Bacillus bacteria at -78 degrees Celsius, 0 degrees Celsius, 25 degrees Celsius, 60 degrees Celsius and 100 degrees Celsius
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was done to ascertain if brushing teeth with toothpaste will reduce the amount of bacteria in our mouths. The science project experiment involved using different brands of toothpaste - Colgate, Sensodyne, Aquafresh and Crest.
Difficulty: High school
The researchers hypothesized that larger organisms are not necessarily composed of larger cells than smaller organisms. This hypothesis was based on the premise that many organism are composed of specialized cells that perform different functions and those cells may vary in size. The examination of four cell specimens from organisms of varied sizes supported the researchers' hypothesis. The four c
Difficulty: High school
The NAP1 protein is the protein that assembles nucleosomes and organizes DNA inside the nucleus of cells. The aim of this experiment is to determine whether the GST-Y10 protein has the ability to bind histones. The experiment will consist of two major steps; creating the GST-Y10 protein and a pull down assay using the produced protein and histones.
Difficulty: High school
I used a computer to make model peptides with repeating pentapeptide blocks of the type of [AAAAA](n) and [DAAAK](n), where n is the number of blocks; n=1-4. I modeled extended, strand, and helical structures. I measured and compared the stabilities of the peptides with and without energy minimization. I used the programs Insight II, IsisDraw, and DeepView.
Difficulty: High school
The Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCMB) is a simple device. The adsorption of a compound on the quartz surface causes a decrease in the resonance frequency that is proportional to the mass adsorbed. My goal was to use the QCMB to prepare a biosensor capable of measuring baculovirus particles.
Difficulty: High school
Graves# Disease is a form of hyperthyroidism often accompanied by Thyroid Associated Ophthalmopathy (TAO), an autoimmune-mediated inflammation of the extraocular connective tissue. Despite numerous studies to locate the specific factors that regulate the swelling and produce an effective cure, neither of these goals has been achieved. Recently, scientists discovered that Prostaglandin E(2) (PGE(2)
Difficulty: High school
What is PH and how does it affect the suitability of soil for plant growth?
CategoryBiology > Botany
Difficulty: High school
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