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  • Primary School - Grades K-3
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Is radiation level elevated nearby our school? [P]
    How do the number of visible stars in the night sky change from place to place because of light pollution? [E]
    Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    The effects of Wireless Devices on Plant Growth [P]
    What is light pollution. [P]
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    The Effect of Non-ionizing Radiation from Wi-Fi on Radish Seed Growth [P] [P]
    Does UV-C Radiation Have a Mutagenic Effect on Mealworms and Darkling Beetles [E]
    How Does Electromagnetic Radiation Affect A Colony of Harvester Ants? [E]
    Investigate how cell phone radio-frequency waves affect the lifespan of a cricket. [P] [P]
    See if the density of a shielding material is related to its ability to shield ionizing radiation. [E]
    Using Astrophotography to Analyze Light Pollution [E]
    Can a person receive harmful levels of radiation by visiting a hospital, oncology center, a radiologist, surgery center, or a doctor/dentist office? [E]
    Pros and cons of CANDU (CANada Deuterium Uranium) nuclear power generator, the way it works, its history, and its economical and environmental impact. [P]
    Do Electromagnetic Fields Harm Algae Cells? [E]
    Research the effectiveness of rubberized asphalt as a traffic noise mitigation measure. [E]
    The effects of microwaved water on plants [P]
    Determine if magnetic fields had any effect on the weight or behavior of mice. [E]
    Noise pollution - measure the intensity of various sound sources during different times of the day and at different locations. [E]
    Determine the effect of long-term light pollution on the migration pattern of zooplankton in lakes with differing levels of light pollution. [E]
    The Effect of Radiation on the Growth of Lentil Seeds [E]
    Will pollutants decrease the amount of light bioluminescent bacteria produce? [E]
    Find out how man-made electromagnetic fields affect eremosphaera algae cells. [E]
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    A Study of ElectroMagnetic Fields Produced by RFID Transmitters [E]
    Chernobyl: A Nuclear Disaster [P]
    Measure skyglow (light pollution) in the nighttime sky using a digital camera. [E]
    Explored the effects of increased intensities of UV radiation on two primary groups of chromophores in a plant. [E]
    The Effects of Beta and Gamma Radiation on Chitinous Organisms [E]
    What family of seeds has the most resistance to microwave radiation? [E]
    The Effect of Prolonged Magnetic Exposure on the Weight and Behavior of Mice [E]
    Investigate Gamma Radiation Effects on Plant Growth [E]
    Investigate how sonar causes damage to whales underwater. [E] [E]
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    The Orchid Grower
    A Juvenile Science Adventure Novel About Orchids & Genetic Engineering




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