A really simple but cool experiment using raisins and soda water!
In this cool science experiment, youll 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.
Acid rain and the survival of fresh water guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
The mortality rate of fresh water guppies (Poecilia reticulata) increases as the acid level in the water increases.
Cold water and your voice
This science fair project was conducted to find out how drinking cold water will affect the ability of a person to sing. The tests were done by comparing the high notes a person can reach before and after drinking cold water.
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.
Staining of teeth by beverages
This science fair project was performed to compare the amount of stains left on our teeth by the beverages we drink. The tests were done by comparing the effects of coffee, tea, grape juice, red wine and Coca-Cola, when exposed to tooth enamel.
Territorial behavior of hamsters
This science fair project was done to find out if hamsters are territorial animals. The tests were done by placing several pairs of hamsters in cages and observing their behavior.
How does the acidity of lake water affect the hardness of Zebra mussel shells?
This science fair project was conducted to determine how the acidity of lake water affects the hardness of Zebra mussel shells. It would be interesting to know if the higher levels of acidity have the effect of softening or weakening the exoskeletons of aquatic invertebrates. s.This science fair project was done using Zebra mussels that were obtained from lakes with different levels of water
Effect of acid rain on algae
This science fair project was conducted to determine how acid rain affects the growth of algae in ponds. The science fair project was carried out on spirogyra, green algae and red algae by placing them in water of pH 5, 6, and 7 values.
Keeping it chill
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.