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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Splint Type vs. Deflection of a Broken Limb [P]
    What Is the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) [P]
    Are Students Carrying Too Much Weight in Their Backpacks? [P]
    The differences between male and female foot [P]
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    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Difference in motions between biological legs, and double amputees with a transtibial amputation (below the knee) who use a specific running blade [E]
    An Innovative Method to Analyze and Correct Improper Gait [E]
    Investigating the Molecular Mechanisms of a Safe Promising Treatment for Chronic Joint Pain [E]
    Comparing the effects of footwear on postural shifts and stride lengths [P] [P]
    Impact of Osteophase and Herbal Extracts on Bone BMD (Bone Mineral Density) Levels [E]
    Which backpack design is the best in preventing back pain? [E]
    Do String Players Have Longer Left Fingers? [E]
    Determine whether calcium supplements help prevent osteoporosis by reducing decalcification and what type of calcium supplements work best to prevent decalcification and improve re-absorption of calcium. [E]
    A New Study for ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Replacement with Synthetic Materials [P]
    The relationship between the position of a load within a backpack to the force required to support and stabilize the load back to its neutral position. [P]
    A Comparison of prosthetics (Which one is best?) [P]
    Can bones resorb calcium? [E]
    How Does Xylitol Affect the Acidity of Plaque? [E]
    Youths height compared to their parents [P]
    What is Osteoporosis? [P]
    Have violinists longer phalanges in their left hand than their right hand? [E]
    Investigate if people known as beautiful have better face proportions than average people. [E]
    Are Students' Backpacks Too Heavy? [E]
    The Use of Alloplastic Implants as Antibiotic Delivery Devices in Facial Reconstructive Surgery [E]
    Dentistry Science Fair Projects & Experiments
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Toward Skeletal Regeneration: Corticoids Affect Marker Gene Expression in Murine Osteogenic Cells [E]
    Measuring Knee Stress with a Mechanical Model [E]
    Implications in Osteoporosis: Caffeine Impairs, Dexamethasone Increases Osteogenesis in MC3T3 Osteoblast Cells [E]
    Testosterone Depletion and Mitochondrial Damage in Skeletal Muscle [E]
    Find out how well the meniscus allograft cartilage works when put into the knee [P]
    Is there a relationship between the gender and age of students compared to their backpack weight? Have students with heavy backpacks experienced back pain? Does the style of backpack, length of strap, or mode of transport to school affect the students back problems? [E]
    Dentistry Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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