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davescience 10-30-2006 02:13 PM

In need of a project
 
I have a few grade 12 students who are in need of a highly academic level science project for a science fair. These students are dedicated and want to earn some scholarship money. Anyways, I have access to many chemicals and what-not and they would like to know a high academic level project.


Thank You

Dave

Houdini 10-30-2006 02:50 PM

could u ask them what theyre intersested in please?

Polishdude59 10-30-2006 02:56 PM

i know some projects on elecectrizity and food.

the food one is like tis

well its not really food but w.e

u see what kind of dogs like different pet foods. BUT theres a twist. they have to do a research paper on the ingredients in all of the food that they use.

gt4awd 10-30-2006 08:10 PM

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I have a few grade 12 students who are in need of a highly academic level science project for a science fair. These students are dedicated and want to earn some scholarship money. Anyways, I have access to many chemicals and what-not and they would like to know a high academic level project.
If they would like to attempt the science fair project on an electrical, and mathmatical level, you can have them construct a "Tesla Coil" for the project. This would defintely be a highly academic science project, but can also be very dangerous.

It would require a lot of time and calculation to develope the tesla coil, but after constructing the coil, it can be used for numerous other experiments. By the way, the reason I suggested a "Tesla Coil" is I am currently researching the device, and soon plan to build my own Tesla Coil.

Here is an image of a small tesla coil.
http://home.earthlink.net/~jimlux/images/tc2.jpg


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