This science fair project was performed to compare traffic flow and pollution emission at different times of the day. The observation was done on a highway by monitoring the average speed, amount of vehicles and the flow of traffic.
This science fair project was performed to find out if students using a highlighter while studying would be able to recall facts better. The experiment was done by comparing the test scores of participants who were given an essay to study without the use of a highlighter, with those who were given an essay that was already highlighted, as well as those who were allowed to make their own
This science fair project was performed to find out if having breakfast every morning will help to improve the performance of students in school. The students¬í performance was tested by giving them memory tests and comparing the performance of those who had breakfast with those who had skipped breakfast.
This science fair project was conducted to find out if music can alter the moods and temporary dispositions of schoolgoers. Testing was done by asking participants to take part in a survey whilst cheerful, somber or heavy-metal music was played in the ba
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 done to find out if boys are better at multitasking than girls. The experiment was done by testing the time taken by boys and girls to complete a math test whilst multitasking.
This science fair project was done to find out if girls are better than boys at identifying facial expressions. The experiment was done by testing the boys and girls using a test constructed with several photos of different facial expressions.
This science fair project was done to compare drawing skills of men and women. The test was done by having an art teacher evaluate the drawings of a group of randomly picked participants, both male and female.
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