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Chemistry
P=Project   E=Experiment
Find out if a mountain stream would stay liquid at temperatures that freeze an alpine lake [E]
Can You Create an "Antifreeze" out of Frost Hardy Plants? [E]
Is it possible to make snowflake-like crystals with other substances than water? [P]
Determine which added material will make ice melt fastest. [E]
See if the fast food restaurants meets water quality standards. [E]
Ice strength and durability of ice after adding various substances to it. [E]
The effect of dissolved salt and sugar on the melting rate of ice [E] [P]
Will salt make ice melt faster? [E] [E]
Which substance (deicer) melts ice most quickly? [P] [P]
See if the speed at which a salt melts ice is related to the salt's molecular structure. [E]
The Effects of Chemical Deicer on Auto Parts [P]
Physics
Compare friction between dry and icy surfaces by measuring slip angle and slip height. [E]
Make your own icebergs and learn about the buoyancy of ice. [E]
Which will become ice faster, hot or cold water? [E]
Determine how quickly a carbonated soft drink at room temperature could be cooled to an optimum drinking temperature without diluting the liquid with ice. [E]
The effect of different insulation materials on the melting rate of ice [P]
Which shape of ice cube melts the fastest? [P]
Earth Sciences
Determine if melting of the northern polar ice cap or the ice sheet on Antarctica would contribute to a rise in sea levels. [E]
How do chemicals, streams and ice weather rocks? [E]
Investigate shrinking ice caps in the Arctic, and how they might affect the rest of the world. [P]
Engineering
Construct a device for detecting black ice for blind people. [P]
Botany and Agriculture
How does frost damage temperate plants? [P]
Electronics
P=Project   E=Experiment   C=Circuit
Build a Frost Alarm [E]
Food Science
Determine which method of defrosting meat is safest and which method of cooking kills the most bacteria. [E]
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Medicine
Can ice be used to preserve once-living things? [P]
Mathematics
Fractals: 1. Derive a formula to find the total length of all the branches of a tree. 2. Derive a formula to find the perimeter and area of a Koch snowflake. [E]
Environmental Sciences
Make a better environmentally friendlier ice melter. [P]
What kind of ice melting products work the fastest and damage plant life the least. [P]
How Much Will Vanishing Glaciers Raise Sea Levels? [E]
Sports
How Does Hockey Stick Flex Affect Accuracy and Speed? [E]
Improving the Modern Hockey Stick [P]
Which is the best roller hockey wheel for player performance? [E]
Forensic Science
Cryogenic Roses: Can ice be used to preserve once-living things? [E]
Future Science
A cast design that encompasses the four most important aspects of the healing process: rest, ice, compression and elevation. [P]
STOP (Studded Tires-Optimal Protection) tires safe for driving on ice and snow [P]
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