Rats! They ate my cables again!
This science fair project was conducted to evaluate what type of wires rats prefer to chew. The testing was done using a telephone wire coaxial wire, red PVC wire, black PVC wire, 3 core wire and speaker wire.
Animal night vision
Have you ever wondered if all animals are able to see in the dark? We know owls and other nocturnal animals have the ability to do so. But how about common household pets? This science fair project was conducted to determine if animals are able to see in the dark. Specifically, the experiment was conducted on a dog, a cat and a monkey, to ascertain if they are able to see color in the dark.
Determining the effectiveness of sugar as preservatives for flowers
The objective of this science fair project is to determine the effectiveness of using sugar to preserve and keep the flowers fresh for longer periods of time. The experiment will be carried out using flowers such as the rose, carnations and lilies, and water containing different amounts of sugar
Comparing different types of aquarium water filters
This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of different water filtration systems used in aquariums. The experiment involved the under-gravel type filter and the sponge filter.
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.
Elodea and Goldfish
This science fair project was performed to determine if an Elodea plant can grow faster when planted in aquariums occupied by goldfish. The experiment was done by growing Elodea in an aquarium with one, five and ten goldfish and also in a tank without any goldfish.
Disinfectant concentration and bacteria resistance
The aim of this science fair project is to find out how the concentration of disinfectants can affect bacteria resistance. The experiment is carried out using different concentrations of Dettol disinfectant.
Bacteria resistance to antibiotics
This science fair project aims to find out how the frequent use of antibiotics affects bacteria resistance. This experiment is carried out using the antibiotic ampicillin and the bacteria, Escherichia Coli (E. Coli).
Enzymes and Grease Traps
This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of different forms of enzymes in removing grease from a grease trap. Tests were done using liquid, powder and solid enzymes to breakdown fat, oil and grease that were collected from a grease trap.