Watch pre-packaged seeds and seeds taken from inside fruits and vegetables grow. Which ones will grow faster? Read more in this science fair project idea.
Protozoa and ciliate and amoeba, oh my! The objective of this science fair project is for students to use a microscope and identify microscopic life.
Find out whether putting something on top of a plant will inhibit its growth.
Science fair project which determines whether plants are able to get enough nutrients from different types of garbage.
This science fair project idea teaches how the gases and pollution in the air affect the earth's atmosphere temperature.
Brine shrimp usually live in saltwater. Investigate how salt concentration (salinity) affects the rate at which brine shrimp eggs hatch.
This project examines the impact of low water on a radish seedling root system. How is growth affected?
Examine whether distilled water, spring water, or regular tap water yield faster plant growth.
This project is a vivid, concrete introduction to the basic but important idea that plants need sunlight and water to grow.
The purpose of this science fair project is to investigate whether cooking seeds before planting will speed up germination and growth.
Do Plants Experience Pollution? Will Plants Grow More or Less or be Unaffected when Grown in Polluted Soil?
This fun and easy middle school science fair project idea explores the topic of pollution and demonstrates if polluted soil affect the growth of green plants.
Science fair project which determines if plants really do need water to grow, or whether they just need to be kept wet.
In this science fair project, you will determine whether light exposure on soil is essential in the growth of mustard seeds.