Frequency response from speakers of different sizes
This science fair project was performed to investigate how the frequency response of a speaker changes when as the size of the enclosure changes.
This science fair project was performed to investigate tongue sensitivity: to which type of taste (bitter, sour, salty or sweet) is the tongue most sensitive? Participants were given salt, sugar, lime juice and bitter chocolates.
Evaluating the effectiveness of tidal wave barriers
This science fair project was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of two types of tidal wave barriers: Which best reduces the onslaught of tidal waves in a natural disaster? A man-made barrier (reconstructed from clay) or an artificial mangrove swamp (reconstructed from plastic grass)?
Cooking popcorn with your cellphone
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain if cell phone radiation is sufficiently strong to cook popcorn. The experiment was conducted using several cell phones.
Measuring static electricity
This experiment was performed to investigate the amount of static electricity in various materials. The experiment was done on hair, polyester, carpet, cotton, nylon and a ceramic tile, using a rubber balloon.
Comparing dye-sensitized solar cells
This experiment was done to compare the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells with normal silicon based solar cells.
Do aluminum and wooden baseball bats, when swung at the same speed, produce the same ball distance?
This science fair project was undertaken to compare the performance of aluminum and wooden baseball bats if the bats were to be swung at the same speed.
Do people who live close to the sea consume more or less water than those who live inland?
This survey was done to ascertain the difference in the water consumption of people who live near the ocean and those who live further away.
Migration of Monarch butterflies and global warming
This science fair project was conducted to find out how global warming will affect the survival of Monarch butterflies.
Ceiling height and room temperature
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain how the height of a ceiling affects room temperature. The science project was carried out using cardboard boxes of varying height - 1meter, 2 meters and 3 meters.