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Applied Science Projects

Children interested in engineering, applied math, or computer science will love this collection of applied science projects for kids. For kids who don't want to just make a paper mache volcano and call it a day, this collection of applied science experiments challenges them to explore the places where science and everyday life intersect, prompting them to build some cool things and address some intriguing questions.

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Determine the maximum distance traveled by projectiles launched at an angle. Use some cool math to figure out at which angle your projectile will go farthest.
Applied Mathematics
Ninth Grade
In this 'paper and pen' science fair experiment, students will research the difference between standard time and astronomical mean time.
Applied Science
Middle School
In this science fair project, students investigate the applicability of Benford's Law to many sets of everyday data.
Applied Science
High School
Fibonacci sequences have been observed throughout nature, like in leaves and flowers. In this project, students find examples of the Fibonacci sequence.
Applied Science
Middle School
The purpose of this project is to examine the sun's highest altitude in the sky during the day to determine if it is exactly halfway between sunrise and sunset.
Applied Mathematics
Middle School
In this wind tunnel experiment, you'll make a wind tunnel to test lift and airflow on a model plane and explore aerodynamics and the Bernoulli Principle.
Engineering
Sixth Grade
Science fair project that designs a video game that requires players to use relevant skills.
Computers
Middle School
This project leads to an understanding that a whole may be built of smaller parts that fit and work together and provides an introduction to basic tools.
Engineering
Kindergarten
This experiment will determine if motion parallax is an accurate measure of distance for small, faraway objects.
Applied Mathematics
High School
This experiment will explore the possibility of creating an infinite object by hand.
Applied Mathematics
High School
In this science fair experiment, high school students fit the growth pattern of bacteria to a mathematical model and predict future colony expansion.
Applied Science
High School

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