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SIMPLE PROJECTS

Last year I did my science project on the effects of Coca-cola on teeth. I got five teeth from my dentist and soaked the teeth for a month in Coke and Diet Coke using water as a control. I won the second place award. If you decide to use my idea E-m ail me. -DAVE
Dave <TOMCRAWLEY@aol.com>
Sea Girt, NJ USA - Monday, January 06, 1997 at 16:30:23 (PST)
Last year [seventh grade] I did my project on pop. I found out wich pops were the most corrosive. I got a suppior at the high school, and went on to the state. At the state science fair I recived a suppior. If you decide to use my idea please e-mail me to let me know. BENDER@acc-net.com
Bryan Bender <BENDER@acc-net.com>
Marion, OH USA - Tuesday, December 31, 1996 at 09:20:42 (PST)
This the best idea on the net!!!!!! The expierament is to see what is worse for your teeth coke, Orange Juice , or viniger. So you take three eggs and putt one egg in each measured amount of liqued and for a certain time you will be surprised by the results!!!
Big T better known as Talal
Edmonton, AAlta Canada - Sunday, December 08, 1996 at 18:59:31 (PST)
For a Science Fair project I bought severtal crystal growing kits and got some recepies out of books. I got the best grade in my class!!!! I did tis to compare the effrect substances had on growing crysatals. If you like this idea e-mail me and I will send you some crystal recipes. My e-mail is wc51416@midwest.net Good Luck to all science fair participants!!! : )
Simone <wc51416@midwest.net>
IL USA - Friday, December 06, 1996 at 15:37:47 (PST)














MEDIUM DIFFICULTY PROJECTS

Looking for a science fair project? Nothing seems appeling to your interest? Over the past few years I have come across some very interesting projects. Some are like testing which toothpaste works best. This is easily accompliched by having many different brands of toothpaste and vinegar. brushing each egg with a different kind of toothpaste and placing it in a container with vinegar. The results may or may not be astonishing.
Melissa Leung
La Ronge, SaSK Canada - Friday, December 13, 1996 at 19:28:41 (PST)
[NOTE: NOBODY HAD BEEN ABLE TO GET THIS ONE TO DO ANYTHING.] I Did a project to dentermine if the processing of food produces gas. I took the fresh, canned, and frozen veggies and grounded them up and mixed each with vineger put them in test tubes and placed a balloon over the tube and measured the gas in the ballon. This won first place in the school and regional scienc fairs.
Doug Warren
pampa, TX USA - Tuesday, December 10, 1996 at 20:51:35 (PST)
BIO-RUSTING
I heard someone theorizing that the normal rusting process of iron might depend on bacterial action. If bacteria are not present, will iron rust extremely slowly? It shouldn't be too hard to see if this is true. Get two glass jars and two iron nails. Clean the iron with sandpaper to get rid of any oily coating. Fill the jars with distilled water. Drop in the iron. One jar should have normal bacteria from the environment, so add a small bit of dirt. Put a tiny bit of powerful bactericide in the other jar. (Or sterilize it in the same way you do "canning" at home) Wait a few days, and see if one piece of iron obviously rusts more than the other. What kind of bactericide to use? I dunno, maybe anti-bacterial hand soap. Better put some normal soap in the other jar as a control, since I don't know if soap affects rusting too. Nobody has tried this project yet, as far as I know. If it doesn't work, it still is interesting: it tells you that bacteria doesn't accelerate rusting. Search for: IRON BACTERIA, IRON-LOVING BACTERIA, NANNOBACTERIA. (I recently heard that those big chunks of rust that cover the sunken ship Titanic are full of iron bacteria.)

Bill Beaty
USA - Wednesday, September 18, 1996 at 23:13:49 (PDT)












ADVANCED PROJECTS

Our science project was to construct a anaerobic digester. A one gallon jar was used. A plastic T was placed through the lid. a plastic tube was attached to a bicycle inner tube. and the other end of the t was attached a plastic tube to a burner. The jar was filled with chicken manure and water. After a time methane was produced and lit. The whole apparatus was built to resemble a power station.... It went over quite well.
Thomas Halay <halayt@newreach.net>
Ravenna, Oh USA - Saturday, December 28, 1996 at 14:11:55 (PST)

More science fair ideas can be had at SCIENCE CLUB webpage. Don't miss the Hand-drawn Hologram project. Go here to find links to other sites for science fair ideas.
Bill B <>
USA - Friday, November 22, 1996 at 15:53:59 (PST)




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