This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the similarity and differences between twins. The experiment involved the participation of male twin pairs, female twin pairs, male-female fraternal twins and siblings.
The Correlation between physical activity and academic performance
This experiment was done to investigate the benefits of doing physical activity before students sit for an examination.
Are you deaf, dog?
This science fair project was conducted to study the effect of aging on a dog's hearing ability. The science project experiment involved the participation of the following breeds of dogs - the German Shepherd, Labrador, Terrier, Golden Retriever and Poodle.
Wind resistance and automobile shapes
This science fair project aims to ascertain how the shape of a car affects the amount of wind resistance that arises when the car is in motion. The experiment is carried out using polyfoam cut outs of various shapes - rectangular, low profile rectangular and low profile streamlined in order to compare how much wind resistance each shape experiences.
How does the bow of a ship influence water resistance?
This science fair project aims to investigate how the shape of the boat’s bow affects the amount of fluid resistance experienced by the boat in water.
Thermal aging and alloys
This science fair project was performed to understand the effect of thermal aging on the hardness of various alloys. The science project experiment was done using a nickel alloy, titanium alloy and steel.
The correlation between the hardness of a tennis ball and the distance it travels
Softer balls will be bouncier and thus, be able to travel longer distances as compared to harder balls.
How does the air pressure in a football helmet affect cushioning?
The purpose of this experiment is to find out the use of air pressure in the padding of the helmet and how different amounts of air pressure would affect its wearer. American football is a very physical sport which involves body to body contact and human to human collision. In order to protect the player’s body from being injured, various safety features are implied onto the player’s attire. The a
The concentration of lead content in drinking water
This experiment was performed to ascertain the concentration of lead content in the tap water of new houses (less than 10 years old) as compared to houses which are more than 50 years old. These older houses should still be using lead pipe plumbing.
Effect of oil spills on aquatic plants
This science fair project was performed to find out how oil spills will affect aquatic plants. Testing was done using hydrilla plants in water with and without a layer of oil covering the surface.