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This science fair project was conducted to compare the effectiveness of different types of sunshades in reducing the temperature inside a car. The tests were done without a sunshade, with a reflective sunshade made from plastic air bubble insulating material, and a reflective foam sunshade.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science fair project was conducted to find out how temperature affects the strength of a magnet. The tests were done using 5 permanent magnets at 0 degrees Celcius, 25 degrees Celcius, 50 degrees Celcius, 75 degrees Celcius and 100 degrees Celcius.
Difficulty: Middle school
Einstein theorized that time is relative, that time and space is not separate but part of a continuum. Though Einstein?s theories of time may not be experienced by us on a daily basis, we are able to experience variations in how we process time with our minds. Most of us have experienced on a personal level how "time flies you are having fun", or how time seems to drag when we are bored or waiting
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Much of the universe is undetectable to our five senses, and one of these "phantom phenomena" is light. Our eyes are only able to detect a small segment of the total light spectrum that is produced by the sun. Ultraviolet light is one of many parts of the light spectrum that eludes us. In this science project, you will develop a presentation to show what flowers looks like under ultra violet light
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Did you know that sound is produced by vibrations? Have you ever hit a drum? When you strike a drum, you will cause the drum skin to vibrate very quickly. This "pushes" the air around the drum, producing sound that reaches our ears. Can you think of other things that produce sound? Today, we are going to make our own music with water and a glass. At first glance this doesn't seem possible. How can
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In this science project, you are going to use different types of dried beans like pinto, kidney, and great northern beans to represent protons neutrons and electrons. You will select 5 atoms per group and proceed to build models of these atoms on paper plates using Elmer's glue. You should also include ions and isotopes as variations of these atoms.
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This experiment was done to find out how different types of solar concentrators affect the performance of solar cells. The tests were carried out using a parabolic dish covered with a reflective aluminum sheet and a mirror
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiment was done to find out how changing the angle of incidence of sunlight throughout the day impacts the efficiency of a solar cell.
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiment was done to find out how the efficiency of the solar cell will change at different temperature conditions.
Difficulty: High school
This experiment was done to compare the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells with normal silicon based solar cells.
Difficulty: High school
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