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  • The Orchid Grower - A Juvenile Forensic Science Adventure Novel

    The Orchid Grower
    A Juvenile Science Adventure Novel about Orchids and Genetic Engineering
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Determine whether the formula used by the Bowl Championship Series (BCS), college football ranking system, placed the most qualified teams in the National Championship game in 2003 and 2004. [E]
    Determine if odds-makers' predictions about sporting events ere accurate. [E]
    Determine why baseball teams win more or fewer games than they are expected by the Pythagorean expectation [E]
    Compare the distance a golf ball could be launched compared to the distance predicted by a mathematical equation. [E]
    An unbiased college football division 1A ranking system [E]
    Streaks in baseball: A matter of chance? [E]
    How do the dimensions of a baseball stadium affect batting statistics. [E]
    Is there such a thing as streakiness in baseball? [E]
    Simulated billiard ball paths [E]
    Food Science
    Does naturally occurring orange juice have more electrolytes than Vitamin Water or Gatorade? [E]
    Determine which type of bar (a bar with a high concentration of carbohydrates or protein) will affect my swimming performance the most. [P]
    Test different energy drinks for cost, immediate effect, long lasting effect and taste. [P] [P]
    Which foods affect hockey players in positive and negative ways? [P]
    How do sports drinks affect reaction time? [P]
    Which drink has the most electrolytes and salts. [E]
    The Effect of Ball Diameter on the Time It Takes to Fall [E]
    At what slope angle does the mechanical advantage of a bicycle disappear in comparison to running? [E]
    The Effect of Mass on The Distance a Baseball Travels [P]
    Why the length of a golf club affects the distance the ball travels. [E]
    Why balls bounce or fail to bounce? [E] [E] [E] [P]
    Psychology & Human Behavior
    Differences in Personality between Non-Athletes and Athletes and between Athletes Participating in Selected Sports [E]
    How are internal and environmental factors crucial to the performance of a tennis player? [P]
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    Future Science
    A Better Method of Testing for Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports: Nanobiosensors - A Lab on a Chip. [P]
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