Human Genetics
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Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level

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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Research inheritance by comparing student's facial features with the facial features of their parents. [E]
Animal Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Plant Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Use a model to investigate how a person's genetics affect their chances of getting an autoimmune disease. [E]
Male Pattern Baldness: The Hair Growth Cycle and Genetic Mutations [E] [E]
Use pedigree analysis to determine how several human physical traits are inherited. [E]
Do twins have identical or similar fingerprints? [E] [E] [E]
Research genetics and genetic engineering [E] [E] [P]
Research genetics and the Human Genome Project (HGP), their key factors and individuals involved in their development. [E] [P]
Are fingerprint patterns hereditary? [E] [E]
Is there a correlation between telomere length and aging? [E] [E]
Animal Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Plant Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Enhancing Gene Therapy through Targeted Delivery of CRIPSR/Cas9 in a Novel, Inexpensive Lipid Nanoparticle [E]
Combating the Obesity Epidemic: Gene Knockdown and Drug Repurposing to Discover Therapeutic Targets and Novel Treatments [E]
Discovery of a genetic mutation that causes atherosclerosis: a new model for investigating and treating heart disease. [P] [P]
Can we use the chemoreceptors in our oral cavities to differentiate between different human genes in order to recognise or choose a potential reproductive mate? [P]
Determine why some gene mutations cause genetic diseases, but others do not. [E]
Determine why some gene mutations cause people to respond differently to a drug. [E]
Novel Genetics-Based Early Disease Detection Using Ontology-Driven Microarray Semantics with Optimized Mass Spectrometry [E]
Unique Haplotypes of Mitochondrial DNA Control Region in a Han Chinese Family [E] [E]
Trace Your Ancient Ancestry Through DNA [E]
Build a family tree for the primates, including Homo sapiens, based on the similarity of mitochondrial proteins by using the BLAST bioinformatics tool. [E] [E]
Use a computer program on the Web to compare a DNA sequence from several human genes with the corresponding genes in other animals. This will allow us to infer how closely related we are to those animals. [E]
Criminal Chromosomes (XYY Syndrome) [E]
Identify a family tree through the chromosome 16 Alu allele of each member and understand the mechanism that passes on the gene. [E] [E]
Explore your own genetic journey [E] [E]
Human genetics: a worldwide search for the dominant trait [E] [E]
PTT Influence on Genetic Change of Human Fibroblasts and Prokaryotes Exposed to UV Light [E]
Pharmacogenomics - the new pharmaceutical industry [E] [P]
How age, gender, and educational level affect knowledge of genetics? [E]
Animal Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Plant Genetics Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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