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Dog Nose Prints
Dog Nose Prints
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Dog Nose Prints
Have you ever noticed the ridges on a dog's nose? In this project, we take several dogs' nose prints and discover just how unique they are!
4th grade
Science
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Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Science Project
Walking in Circles
This project will explore whether test subjects, deprived of points of reference, will, in attempting to walk a straight course, walk in circles.
Science
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Natural Herbicide vs. Commercial Herbicide
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Natural Herbicide vs. Commercial Herbicide
This science fair project compares the allelopathic chemical produced by the Black Walnut tree to a commercial herbicide in stopping the growth of a shrub.
Science
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The Biodegradability of an Allelopathic Chemical in Soil
The Biodegradability of an Allelopathic Chemical in Soil
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The Biodegradability of an Allelopathic Chemical in Soil
This science fair project determines if the allelopathic chemical produced by the Black Walnut tree biodegrades immediately or persists over several days.
Science
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Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
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Which Part of the Walnut Tree Contains the Greatest Concentration of Allelopathic Substances?
This science project is to discover which Black Walnut tree tissue contains the most concentrated amount of Juglone, a substance that works like an herbicide.
Science
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Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
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Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process
This science fair project examines which fruits and/or vegetables will ripen prematurely when placed with ripe apples.
5th grade
Science
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Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
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Which Plants can Resist Walnut Tree Allelopathy?
This science fair project compares the allelopathic affects of juglone, a chemical agent produced by the Black Walnut tree, on two plants.
5th grade
Science
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What is the Best Way to Disinfect a Toothbrush?
What is the Best Way to Disinfect a Toothbrush?
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What is the Best Way to Disinfect a Toothbrush?
This experiment will evaluate bacterial content on toothbrushes before and after different cleaning methods to determine which method of disinfecting is best.
Science
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Stimulus and Response
Stimulus and Response
Science Project
Stimulus and Response
This science fair project evaluates which sense produces the fastest response time: hearing, touching, smelling or seeing.
Science
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Who Is More Likely To Be a “Super Taster”?
Who Is More Likely To Be a “Super Taster”?
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Who Is More Likely To Be a “Super Taster”?
This experiment evaluates if people of a specific gender or age more likely have an elevated number of taste buds, allowing them to taste what others cannot.
Science
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How do Culverts Affect Plant Growth in Streams?
How do Culverts Affect Plant Growth in Streams?
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How do Culverts Affect Plant Growth in Streams?
Culverts transport seeds away from their original location to different places. This science project examines the effect of culverts on plant growth in streams.
Science
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Flow Rate and Plant Growth
Flow Rate and Plant Growth
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Flow Rate and Plant Growth
In this science fair project, students examine how the flow rate in a stream affects the growth of aquatic plants.
Science
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How Do Carnivorous Plants Digest Insects?
How Do Carnivorous Plants Digest Insects?
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How Do Carnivorous Plants Digest Insects?
This science fair project examines how carnivorous plants digest insects, and whether the plant can use nitrogen in the soil to compensate for lack of insects.
Science
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How Do Seeds Hitchhike?
How Do Seeds Hitchhike?
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How Do Seeds Hitchhike?
This science fair project examines how seeds hitchhike on animals and clothing.
3rd grade
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Water and Mosses
Water and Mosses
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Water and Mosses
This science fair project will help students learn about non-vascular plants, such as mosses.
2nd grade
Science
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Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
Science Project
Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
This simple project makes young children aware of their sense of smell and its capacity for providing them with information about their world.
Kindergarten
Science
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
This project makes young children uniquely aware of their sense of touch and its ability to alone give them information about the world around them.
Kindergarten
Science
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Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
Science Project
Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
This fun experiment provides a concrete and visually striking illustration of photosynthesis.
Kindergarten
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What Lives in the Air Conditioner?
What Lives in the Air Conditioner?
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What Lives in the Air Conditioner?
In this science fair projects, students will grow out the bacteria that collect on air conditioner filters.
5th grade
Science
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How Does Diet Affect Your pH?
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How Does Diet Affect Your pH?
This high school science fair project investigates if small changes in your diet alter the pH of your saliva.
Science
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Hydroponics vs. Soil: Which Is Faster?
Hydroponics vs. Soil: Which Is Faster?
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Hydroponics vs. Soil: Which Is Faster?
In this science fair project, students determine whether a bean plant grows faster and taller using a traditional soil planting method or hydroponic method.
Science
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What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
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What is the Bacterial Content of Milk?
In this science fair project, students will use methylene blue to study the presence of aerobic bacteria in milk.
Science
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Comparing Spices, Salt and Dehydration in Food Preservation
Comparing Spices, Salt and Dehydration in Food Preservation
Science Project
Comparing Spices, Salt and Dehydration in Food Preservation
This science project involves comparing the relative effectiveness of salt, pepper and dehydration in food preservation.
Science
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
Plants Need Sunlight and Water
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
This project is a vivid, concrete introduction to the basic but important idea that plants need sunlight and water to grow.
Kindergarten
Science
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Feeding Plants
Feeding Plants
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Feeding Plants
This project explores whether plants can live and grow when "watered" with juice, soda, or milk.
Kindergarten
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