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.
What makes phosphorescence last longer?
An ultraviolet light source (as opposed to other forms of light sources) will be able to make the glow of phosphorescence material last longer.
Effectiveness of garlic in fighting bacteria
This experiment was done to find out if garlic is effective in killing bacteria. This will help us understand the effectiveness of home remedies such as the use of natural herbs (including garlic) for medicinal purposes.
Exposure of Baby food and the degree of contamination
This experiment was done to find out if leaving baby food out of the refrigerator after it has been opened will result in bacterial contamination.
Effect of Bird's Eye chili(i.e. capsicum frutescen) on Gryllus assimilis (the common black cricket)
This science project was conducted to determine if Bird's Eye chili can be used as a form of deterrent against Gryllus assimilis (the common black cricket). The experiment was done by spraying various concentrations of Bird's Eye chili extract on crickets.
This science fair project was done to investigate the effect of increasing DC voltage and the concentration of electrolyte salt on the rate of production of hydrogen gas during the process of electrolysis.
The importance of ammonia in the formation of salt crystals
This science fair project was done to understand the importance of ammonia in the formation of salt crystals. Tests were done to compare the resultant formation of salt crystals when ammonia was not used, compared to when different amounts of ammonia were used.
Levels of carbohydrates in different varieties of milk
This science fair project was done to find out the amounts of lactose carbohydrates contained in various types of milk. The tests were done using low fat milk, powdered milk and soy milk.
The effect of salt and sugar on the freezing point of water
This science fair project was done to find out how the freezing point of water is affected by the presence of sugar or salt. The experiment was conducted using salt, sugar and water.
Effect of carbonated drinks on meat
This science fair project was performed to find out if the acidity in Coca Cola can dissolve meat. The testing was done by placing pieces of steak, chicken breast and salmon into bowls filled with Coca Cola, and observing the meat for 5 days.