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Microbiology Science Fair Projects

Looking for some great science fair project ideas for your child's upcoming science fair? Education.com's team of talented science teachers, educational consultants, and professional scientists has put together a great collection of microbiology science fair projects, bacteria science fair projects and other cool microbiology experiments for kids. If your little one is eager to put some yogurt under the lens to view some lactobacillus bacteria or wants a quantifiable way to test the effectiveness of different hand sanitizers, Education.com gives parents and kids the tools they need to explore the wonders of the microscopic world.

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This science fair project idea shows kids how to grow mold and whether mold grows better in dry or moist conditions.
Microbiology
Middle School
This science fair project idea investigates how different disinfectants work in killing germs.
Microbiology
Seventh Grade
This science fair project idea determines how quickly germs and bacteria spread.
Microbiology
Elementary School
Salmonella and E.coli are common food contaminates. This experiment measures the time it takes for E.coli and Salmonella to reach hazardous levels in fish.
Microbiology
Middle School
Check out this fun science fair project idea to measure bacterial colonies from door handles and explore the effectiveness of different cleaning agents.
Microbiology
Middle School
Science fair project that tests the effects of temperature change on the reactivity of the catalase enzyme.
Microbiology
Eighth Grade
This science project explores the concept of being opaque or clear. Can you make something clear opaque? Or something opaque clear?
Microbiology
Third Grade
Did you ever drink spoiled milk? Find out whether whole milk spoils at the same rate as 2% and skim milk.
Microbiology
Sixth Grade
In this free science fair project idea, we learn about how reaction speed and reflexes vary between individuals and based on different factors.
Microbiology
Middle School
While your cells are much too small to see without a microscope, you can create the look of a cell in your very own home with just an egg and vinegar!
Microbiology
Third Grade

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