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Listed on these pages are over 250 science project ideas that might be considered by junior and senior high school students.
If you would like to add your own ideas to the list, please submit them to me through e-mail.

 

Science Fair Project Ideas:  Biology -- Chemistry -- Conservation -- Communications
Education -- Electronics -- Energy -- Physics -- Robotics --
Space

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Biology

  • Predict if humans would grow taller on Mars with only 1/3 gravity.

  •  Speculate if germs exist on Mars and if they would make humans sick.   Suggest how the humans could defend themselves against Martian germs.

  •  Predict if humans born on Mars could return to Earth.  Would they be able to cope with the higher gravity and will the have immunity to Earth germs?

  •  Devise a biological method to turn cellulose into sugar.

  •  Predict the effects of the Martian 1/3 gravity on the growth of plants.  Will they grow large?  Will they produce more food?

  •  Develop some microbes that would help break down food waste products on a Martian human settlement.

  •  Demonstrate some eatable plants grown using hydroponics, without soil.

  • Show how paper money and coins can carry germs.

  • Demonstrate how germs are killed using electrically induced pressure waves in water.

  • Compare differences in growth rate of certain food plants that are grown with continuous simulated sunlight and natural sunlight, lasting only 12 hours per day.

  • Show how the growth rate of some plants may change when exposed to higher than normal carbon dioxide gas.

  • Define some biological experiments to be performed on Mars.

  • Illustrate some methods used to test for signs of microbial life in Martian soil.

  • Develop some methods to serialize Martian soil, before it is used to grow food.

  • Demonstrate eatable plants being grown using hydroponics (no soil) techniques.

  • Research how some bacteria that might be used on a Mars settlement to grow
    certain key life sustaining chemicals.

  • Demonstrate how the sands of Mars might have to be neutralized and fertilized before plants would grow.

  • Perform some research the define the best kinds of eatable plants that could be grown on a long space mission. Plants that provide lots of eatable material with little waste would be desired.

  • Perform some research to define the best kinds of aquatic plants and animals that might be grown for food on Mars.

  • Perform some research that shows how some newly discovered bacteria can flourish without any help from the sun. The bacteria relies only on some sulfur based compounds.

  • try to find out how dogs can detect cancerous tissue samples with their nose.

  • develop teaching aids for deaf and blind students

Science Fair Project Ideas:  Biology -- Chemistry -- Conservation -- Communications
Education -- Electronics -- Energy -- Physics -- Robotics --
Space

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