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  • Popular Project Ideas
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Low Cost Animated Teaching Tool for Study of Elements of the Periodic Table with an Interface for the Visually Impaired [E]
    Playing With Pencils: Comparing the Quantity of Graphene Created by Different Types of Graphite [E]
    What type of cup is better for keeping hot drinks? [P] [P]
    Which temperature will grow the largest and purest crystals when different impurities are added? [P] [P]
    Observe the concept of dissolving substances and crystal formation. [E]
    Do natural fibers decompose faster than man-made fibers? [E]
    Behavior of Toroidally Confined Plasmas in Sub-Fusion Conditions [E]
    Which metal would be the most corrosion-resistant? [E]
    Explore where diamonds are found, how they are formed, and what they are used for. [P]
    How to make Homemade Paper? [E]
    Turn Milk into Plastic! [E]
    Measure the effectiveness of different sunscreen products for blocking ultraviolet-A (UVA) and ultraviolet-B (UVB) rays from sunlight. [E]
    Which Fabric Can Withstand the Most Tension? [E]
    Determine the Viscosity of Elmer's Glue [E]
    Extract perfume oils from flowers using the enfleurage-extraction technique. [E]
    How Does the Type and Color of a Material Affect Its Ability to Block UV Radiation? [E]
    A comparison of home-made and commercial glues [E]
    Measuring Solubility [E]
    Separating mixtures with static electricity [P]
    How Can Different Polymers Be Identified? [E]
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