I have a science fair topic description due friday and i need help on an idea! it has to have a responding and manipulated variable so that there is something to test. i am in 8th grade if that helps.
oh and i would like to have it doing something with chemistry!
I am in AP chemistry this year and we are required to do a science fair project and i am having a little trouble coming up with a unique and interesting idea so do you have any suggestions?
I am doing a science fair experiment to find out which liquid inside a balloon can be dropped from the highest height without popping. I used milk, water, and dish soap. Dish soap was able to be dropped from the highest height and it is the liquid with the greatest density. Is it because liquids with greater densities can withstand more pressure when it hits the ground?
So I’m in 7th grade, and need a science fair project. I have a few months to conduct experiments, but my topic choice is due monday. I’d like it to do with going green or the environment. any ideas?
I’m doing a science fair experiment on which gender is more observant to detail? I need websites that have many different puzzles Spot the difference. I need all sorts black and white, dark colored ones, bright colored ones, etc….
please help me I will be so greatful!
actually any pretty good science fair topic would be nice and im not a stupid 8th grader, so i can also take some high school ideas too…..also it doesnt have to be a full-detailed project, just give me the basic idea, and ill take it from there. thanks
My science fair project is due Monday and I need a new topic. I need an experiment that I can do in a few minutes, hours, or a couple of days. I had a topic and an experiment, but I did it wrong and didn’t realize it until a couple of days ago. Does anyone have any ideas?
I am in high school, so I need something that is a little advanced, but still simple and easy to do.
My science fair experiment is to see if cigarette smoke effects plant growth, as well as how. One plant is getting smoke blown on/near it and then has a bag placed over it so the smoke sinks into the plant, while the other is not, just being treated as a regular plant with no smoke. Each plant is in the same environment and receives the same water/sunlight/temperature amount.
I think for science fair (7th grade level) I will do How different sound frequency affects water. I am wondering if I do this how should I measure it, what should I use, is this experiment repeatable? How can I present it? My topic description is due tomorrow so I need your opinions and ideas! Thanks!
Also if you can think of any better suggestions for my topic, please share!!! Thank you!!!
I feel like a dork asking this, but I’m REALLY into forensic science.
I know I want to do my project on forensics, for sure.
But I don’t know if it’s enough, I don’t know, experiments and stuff to impress the judges.
I plan on interviewing a dectective, coroner or criminalist, experimenting with luminol, getting a shoe impression kit and explaining how it can connect the suspect to the crime scene, explaining the ‘CSI effect’, etc.
This is my first science fair, and I have a reputation for being good at science. I guess just to sum my question up, I want to know if this is enough to even be considered by judges.