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Feedback Science Fair Project Ideas Below is a list of great ideas for potential science fair projects. Pick something you're interested in and try it out for size.
The projects are categorized by their difficulty. If you're not sure about which project to pick, why not take our Quiz to see which project you might be interested in.
Also, feel free to take a look at our projects categorized by Subjects. Easy Projects Our easiest set of original projects. These can be completed by anyone with an elementary school education, and they generally take less time and effort than our more advanced projects.
However, we think they're still pretty cool, and we've included a few ideas to extend the scale of each project to make it more engaging for you. In this project, you can find out how much a bag can hold, so you can impress people next time you go to the grocery store.
Physics Statics Which brand of batteries will let your CD player run the longest?
Physics Electronics How can we manipulate the light? This is not a full project guide, but provides multiple ideas. Physics Optics Predict how high a ball will bounce. Mathematics Analysis Which arrangements of six squares can be folded into a cube?
Mathematics Geometry What food makes your heart race? Biochemistry Check out this statistical experiment to test how phrasing questions might affect the answers.
Behavioral Sciences Ever wonder how much candy you can fit in a Halloween bag, or a lunch box? Find out with this experiment. Mathematics Geometry How can we understand them better?
Zoology See which paper airplane designs are the best. Mathematics GeometryPhysics Dynamics Analyze polygons and determine some interesting properties Related fields: Mathematics Analysis How does thickness of a medium affect the rate of filtration? Mathematics Geometry Medium Projects Slightly more difficult and hopefully, more impressive!
None of these projects should be out of reach of any high-school students, although some independent research may be necessary. This poorly-named project investigates the reason that balloons expand and contract in different temperatures.
Physics Thermodynamics Can a balloon be punctured 10 times and not pop?.Guidelines for all Chemistry Majors, Concentrators, and Interdepartmental Majors.
Students majoring in chemistry or in one of the interdepartmental majors in chemistry should go to the director of undergraduate studies or the undergraduate program manager in the Department of Chemistry to discuss their program of study. What is PhET? Founded in by Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman, the PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado Boulder creates free interactive math and science simulations.
Boston University Self-Study Report Submitted to the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. The periodic table of the elements.
The periodic table is an arrangment of the chemical elements ordered by atomic number so that periodic properties of the .
An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop. There are two versions of this current textbook, both containing the same information but organized differently: the "Chemistry-first" version begins with actual "chemistry" — that is, chemical equations and reactions. Dr. Helmenstine holds a Ph.D.
in biomedical sciences and is a science writer, educator, and consultant. She has taught science courses at the high school, college, and graduate levels.