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Science Fair Projects Report about Heat Retention (Thermodynamics)

Heat Retention Science Fair Projects Report - Thermodynamics

Read the science fair projects report about heat retention created by a high school student who won awards for his experiment. CATEGORY: Consumer Science STUDENT: Nikhil GRADE LEVEL: 10th (High School) STATE / Country: Michigan, USA AWARDS:Honorable Mention of the Virtual Summer Science Fair Contest Super Science Fair Projects My experiment is about comparing the […]

Robot Engineering Computer Science Fair Abstract

Robot Computer Engineering Science Fair Abstract

See this 8th grade engineering computer science fair abstract about an assistant robot who can effectively help humans be more efficient. Rachit 8th Grade Maryland, U.S.A. 1st prize winner of his division. Award of a PicoTurbine Windmill set donated by Picoturbine International. Engineering and computer science have completely changed the way we live. One of […]

A Measure of Acidity Science Fair Project

acidity science fair project abstract

Find out the difference between pH of fruits and vegetables in this 5th grade acidity science fair project. Arjav 10 years old United States of America Purpose of Project/Experiment What is the difference between the pH of fruits & vegetables? Hypothesis I think vegetables have more acidity, so there will be more pH in vegetables. […]

Science Fair Projects with Fabrics Abstract

Science Fair Project with Fabrics Abstract

CATEGORY: Consumer Science STUDENT: Tasmiha GRADE LEVEL: 11th (High School) STATE / Country: Illinois, USA AWARDS:Honorable Mention of the Virtual Summer Science Fair Contest – Super Science Fair Projects Hypothesis I believe that nylon will dry the fastest because it looks and feels the thinnest. Because of its thinness, the water would be absorbed less […]

Water Turbine Science Fair Project Abstract

Water Wind Turbine Science Fair Project Abstract

The idea of the water turbine science fair project came from the thought that we could produce clean energy using water currents. This is a small working model of a water turbine is made from recycled spare parts that we have found. It shows that we can produce a lot of electricity in a cheap, […]

Portable Air Conditioner Science Fair Project

Portable Air Conditioner Science Fair Project Abstract

We chose to do a portable air conditioner science fair project because in many parts of the world heat strokes are a major problem and a plethora of people are unable to afford the expenses of a normal air conditioner. In addition, receiving a peaceful rest is a mammoth task in many countries now a […]

Unlimited Electricity Generator Science Fair Project Abstract

Unlimited Electricity Generator Science Fair Project Abstract

Petrila, an 11th grade student from Romania, submitted this unlimited electricity generator science fair project abstract to Super Science Fair Projects’ contest. The format for an abstract was not followed, but you can still generate ideas and avoid his pitfalls. Most electricity generators run on gas, and this is not very kind for our environment, […]

Science Fair Projects on Effects of Color on Temperature

Effects of Color on Temperature Science Fair Project

Science Fair Projects on Effects of Color on Temperature Abstract asked the question, “How does shingle color affect temperature inside the house?” Jordan 4th Grade – Age 9 Colorado, USA PROBLEM: – What effect does shingle color have on the temperature inside a house? HYPOTHESIS: – I believe houses with dark colored shingles will be […]

Science Fair Abstract

How to Write a Science Fair Abstract

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Global Harming Science Fair Project Abstract

Global Harming Science Fair Project

See a 5th grade global harming science fair project abstract determine if burning fossil fuels emits carbon dioxide. Katrina 5th Grade – Age 10 Mississippi USA Background Info “5 minutes to midnight” was all the talk on January 17 of 07. The Doomsday clock had been set two minutes closer to midnight. (Midnight is the […]