Cars Run on Water Science Fair Project

Cars Run on Water Science Fair Project

Rituparn 14 years India Purpose of Project / Experiment As in today’s world pollution is harming us, the purpose of this project is to run a car that runs without fuel, so if there is no fuel burnt there would be no emission and our precious fossil fuel will also would not be get depleted. […]

8th Grade Electricity Science Fair Project With Fruit Abstract

8th Grade Electricity Science Fair Project With Fruit

The purpose of this experiment was to determine if fruits can produce electricity. To conduct this experiment we used different fruits and inserted zinc and copper plates in them to connect them to LED bulb. We then measured the voltage using multimeter/voltmeter. The experimental results were measured and we found that citrus fruits produce more […]

Truck Lab Science Fair Project Abstract

Truck Lab Science Fair Project Abstract

Truck Lab Science Fair Project Abstract experiments to find out what causes a truck or car to go faster – speed or time? Procedure: Measure 5 traveled distance/time pairs. 5 times of measurements for each pair traveled distance/time (average) 25 measurements Results of Truck Lab Science Fair Project Abstract: The longer the travel distance will […]

Thermoplastic Starch Science Fair Project

Thermoplastic Science Fair Project - Characterization of Composite Plastics: Thermoplastic Starch vs. Added Toothpaste Solution for Film Packaging

Read Mark’s Thermoplastic Starch Science fair – Characterization of Composite Plastics: Thermoplastic Starch vs. Added Toothpaste Solution for Film Packaging. He lives in the Philippines and is in the 9th Grade. Purpose Thermoplastic Starch (TPS) is a highly biodegradable plastic but is functionally limited by its mechanical properties. This study aims to use toothpaste as […]

The Effects of Different Liquids on Renal Function Science Fair Abstract

The Effects of Different Liquids on Renal Function Science Fair Abstract

The Effects of Different Liquids on Renal Function Science Fair Abstract tests to find out which types of fluids affect the kidneys in different ways. Jessica Age: 15 California, USA “The Effects of Different Liquids on Renal Function” Problem Being Investigated Big Questions: Which types of fluids affect the kidneys in different ways? What is […]

Secrets of Calcium in Foods

Calcium Rich Food Chart

Did you know that pure calcium is a silver-gray metal that is soft enough to easily cut with a knife? It burns with an intense red flame, and when in powered form it reacts violently with water to release free hydrogen. Although one of the most common elements on Earth, it is never found in […]

Human Eye Rods & Cones w Gene Therapy

Human Eye Rod w/ Gene Therapy

Did you know that the human eyes have 130 million rods that detect light in low-level conditions but don’t perceive color or fine details? There are 7 other million cones that cluster in the middle of the retina. When either fails, people lose sight in all or part of the visible spectrum. Good news: In […]

China Surpasses U.S. in Wind Turbines

China Worldwide Lead in Wind Turbine

Wind turbines dot the landscape on the outskirts of Dongying, in central China’s Shandong province. China has surpassed the United States as the top investor in clean energy with the rising Asian power becoming a “powerhouse” in the emerging field, a study by environmentalists said. Learn more about wind energy here…

Enter the 2020 American Solar Challenge

American Solar Challenge

Become a part of history. Enter the 2020 American Solar Challenge (ASC2010) which is a competition to design, build, and drive solar-powered cars in a cross-country time/distance rally event. Teams compete in a 1100 mile drive from Tulsa to Chicago. The route has been chosen to combine pieces of old routes used in previous events, […]