Science Exhibition Projects

by admin on February 15, 2013

A Science Exhibition is usually a competition where participants exhibit their projects in science in the form of models, a report and a display board that they have done. Science exhibitions let students from high schools and grade schools to participate in science and technology activities.

  • Build Your Own Crystal Radio
  • Parachutes: Does Size Matter?
  • Solar Speedway
  • Buoyancy of Floating Cylinders
  • The Power of Heat Is Right Under Your Feet!
  • Recording on a Wire
  • Bouncy Polymer Chemistry
  • Build a Gauss Rifle!
  • Polymer Absorbance: A Swell Project
  • Aerodynamics and Gas Mileage
  • Balls Bouncing Off of Surfaces
  • Efficient Propeller Design
  • Measuring the Speed of ‘Light’ with a Microwave Oven
  • Bottled-up Buoyancy
  • Rainbow Fire
  • Give It a Lift with a Lever
  • Spare a Watt, Save a Lot
  • Centripetal Force
  • Wind Turbine Efficiency
  • Unleash the Power of a Pinwheel!
  • Aerodynamics and Ice Hockey
  • Magnets and Charge
  • Aerodynamics of Air Hockey
  • A Bright Idea for Saving Energy
  • A Matter of Time
  • Turn Milk into Plastic!
  • Rocket Aerodynamics
  • Distance and Constant Acceleration
  • Mapping Magnetic Fields
  • Salt Oscillator
  • Frequency-Dependent Sound Absorption
  • Skating and Angular Momentum
  • Build a Reed Switch Motor
  • Rocking the Boat
  • Build a Raft Powered by Surface Tension
  • Pencil Resistors
  • How Does a Hovercraft Work?
  • Make Your Own pH Paper
  • Simple Harmonic Motion in a Spring-Mass System
  • How Much Weight Can Your Boat Float?
  • Build Your Own Radon Detector
  • A Puzzling Parallax
  • A Magnifying Discovery
  • Shaking Up Some Energy
  • Catching Stardust
  • Aerodynamics of a Football
  • More Solubility Ideas
  • Winglets in Wind Tunnels
  • The Paper Plate Hovercraft
  • Light Energy & Frequency
  • Aerodynamics and Bridge Design
  • Cool Junctions
  • Science Fair CSI: Can You Predict the Spatter?
  • The Chemistry of Hair Highlights
  • A Soluble Separation Solution
    Why Winglets?
  • Football Punting: Distance vs. Hang-time
  • Circus-Trick Science: How to Balance Anything
  • Ooze: A Cornstarch Colloid
  • Make Your Own Markers
  • Slip Sliding Away: Experimenting with Friction
  • Measuring the Surface Tension of Water
  • Renewable Energy Resources
  • Investigating Fluid Viscosity

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