This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of various types of food wrappers in keeping food chilled. The science fair project was done by using aluminum foil and plastic food wrap and observing how long each type of insulation could keep a bottle of water cold.
This science project was performed to investigate the effect of mind over matter on an athlete¬ís performance. The experiment was done to see how pre-conditioning of the mind of an athlete can affect his performance.
This science fair project was conducted to find out if there is any correlation between the ring finger length of women and their athletic ability. The testing was done by comparing the ring finger lengths of athletic girls and non-athletic girls.
This science fair project was performed to determine how the turf of a soccer field will affect the bounciness of a soccer ball. The tests were done by bouncing soccer balls on fields of Kentucky bluegrass, Bermuda grass and on artificial turf.
This science fair project was carried out to understand how the string tension level of a tennis racquet will affect the speed of the ball during play. The experiment was performed using 2 different levels of tension.
In this science project, you are going to use different types of dried beans like pinto, kidney, and great northern beans to represent protons neutrons and electrons. You will select 5 atoms per group and proceed to build models of these atoms on paper plates using Elmer's glue. You should also include ions and isotopes as variations of these atoms.
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