Gravity Science Fair Projects

Question: How are you today? I need to know do you have any science fair project kits on ROCK SLIDES for grade 9. Kenny Answer: Have you considered doing a science fair project on how gravity contributes to rock slides? Another possibility is to do a science fair project on how global warming is affecting […]

Food experiments explore food products for man’s best friend

Science fair projects on dog food can be gross, scientific, fun or technical. There are a lot of angles that your food experiments can take. However, to get the best reaction possible from the judges at your local science fair, you need to develop a great project that not only is informative, but that is […]

Telephone number or Super Science Fair

I would like to order something for my son’s project but I would like to speak to someone directly. I DON’T SEE A PHONE NUMBER ANYWHERE ON THIS SITE. How do I know this is a legitimate operation before giving you my credit card information???? ANSWER: The phone number is on the home page and […]

2008 Virutal Science Fair Contest Launches Today

If you have been following this blog then you know how passionate I am about the environment and about using school based science fair projects to expand students’ understanding and passion for ecology and renewable energy development. This year the Super Science Fair Project website will be hosting several virtual science fairs. These contests can […]

Virutal Science Fair Ideas and Help

Ten days ago this site launches the first 2008 Virtual Science Fair. Today I’d like to discuss tips for making your home green. This information can be used to help your students develop their science project entry for the category “design a green building.” There are a lot of ways that you can transform your […]

2008 Is The Official “International Year of Planet Earth”

Last year the beginning of a three year celebration/initiative aimed at raising awareness about the relationship between climate, human actions and the livability of the planet Earth was launched. While this is the second year of the program, the U.N. has named 2008 as the official “International Year of Planet Earth.” During this year media […]

Icebergs in South Carolina?

Finding inspiration for science demonstrations and projects is not always easy to do. It is very easy to fall into a rut and present the same scientific information to classes year after year. However, science is not a stationary subject. It is constantly evolving and scientific truth is always changing. This is why it is […]

Science News: 6.8 Earthquake Hits North Island of New Zealand

On December 20, 2007 an earthquake with a magnitude 6.8 struck the North Island of New Zealand. Its epicenter was located about 150 kilometers east of the Taupo Volcano. Even though the magnitude was strong, there has been no damage reported thus far from the Gisbourne area. Other volcanoes in the affected chain include: Ruapehu, […]