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Conservation of Angular Momentum: Ice skaters and Dumbbells

Here is a fun physics science fair project idea for advance middle school and high school students exploring the role of angular momentum in ice skating.

Which flame-retardant material is most effective?

Compare the ignition rates of various types of flame-retardant materials.

How to Determine Centripetal Acceleration Which Keeps Things Moving in a Circle?

This fun physics science fair project idea for advanced middle and high school students shows ways to determine centripetal acceleration of a hanging object.

Conservation of Energy Demonstration

This conservation of energy demonstration shows why the first hill is the highest on a roller coaster. Learn more about potential and kinetic energy!

Is it Possible to Boil the Water with Ice?

Check out this cool middle and high school science fair project idea to see if very warm water starts to boil on adding a piece of ice.

The Impact of Distance on the Doppler Effect

What is the Doppler Effect, or the Doppler Shift? The purpose of this science fair project is to determine how distance impacts the Doppler Effect.

Balancing Act: How does Gravity Affect Balance?

The objective of this science fair project is to experiment with balancing everyday objects and observing the the effects of gravity on materials.

How to Make a Simple Electric Motor

Kids learn how to make a simple electric motor in this great engineering science fair project that teaches them how current generates its own magnetic field.

Making Waves: Properties of Electromagnetic Waves

Looking for a fun science project! Here is a fun middle and high school physics fair project idea on making abstract waves such as electromagnetic waves.

Buoyant Force of Water

The buoyant force of water explains why some objects float in water. But why do some objects sink? Find out in this physics experiment and learn about density.

Horizontal Projectile Motion

Score a bull's eye with this cool science fair project on horizontal projectile motion. Guide a marble to its target and predict its trajectory using math!

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