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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
    Food Science
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Measure How Much Water is Absorbed by Dried Beans [E]
    Determine which baking method (traditional, New York, or water bath) produces a cheesecake with the fewest cracks and greatest rise. [E]
    Chemistry of Ice-Cream Making: Lowering the Freezing Point of Water [E]
    Determine if a cold-water soaking process can improve the crispness of oven-fried potatoes. [E]
    The effect of temperature on the water solubility of alum, baking soda, Epsom salt, and salt [P]
    Why do some foods such as dumplings float on water when cooked? [E]
    Does xanthan affect water viscosity? [E]
    Is tap water all the same? [E]
    What type of water tastes the best? [P]
    Which liquid preserves a cucumber the best: cola, white vinegar and carbonated water? [P]
    How much water is in an orange? [E]
    Which fruits, citrus or non-citrus will contain the most water or liquid? [P]
    Beverages & Drinks
    Electronics
    P=Project   E=Experiment   C=Circuit
    Build your own LED water conductivity meter - conductivity as a water quality measurement [E]
    Build an Intelligent Irrigation Control System [E]
    Water and Moisture Detectors [E] [E] [E] [E]
    Water Level Indicators [E] [E]
    Hot Water Level Indicator [C]
    Water Activated Relay [C]
    Pot plant water tester [C]
    Water and Moisture Activated Alarm [C]
    Dew sensor [C]
    Rain Alarms and Detectors [C] [C] [C]
    Water Level Indicators [C] [C]
    Medicine
    Which of hydrogen peroxide, hot water and salt water is the least costly and easiest way to disinfect toothbrushes of common mouth microorganisms [E]
    Determine if drinking water from a bottle with either a straw or by mouth will contaminate the remaining the bottle with bacteria from the mouth. [E]
    Which allergy nasal decongestant dissolved the fastest in water and simulated stomach acid? [P]
    Which type of pain reliever dissolves faster: trade or generic? [P] [P]
    Which vitamin and painkiller dissolved and spread equally in a bowl of body temperature water the fastest? [P]
    Bacterial Content of Water Bottles [P]
    Electricity
    Optimization of the Water Flow Rate in a Clean Energy Electrostatic Power Generator [E]
    Conductivity As a Water Quality Measurement [E]
    Build a Kelvin Water Dropper. [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
    How is the conductivity of distilled water affected when substances such as salt, sugar, vinegar or baking soda are added? [E] [P]
    Does electricity pass through air, water, metal or plastic? [P]
    Mathematics
    It is known that musical notes can be created by sticking a glass of water filled to various heights. Is it possible to mathematically calculate a musical note based upon the geometrics of a glass? [E]
    A system to collect physical marine data using hardware, error compensating algorithms, and data distribution methods. [P]
    Geography
    How much water do you use? [E]
    Are the organisms found in pond water the same all over the world? [E]
    Microbiology
    Bacterial Content of Water Bottles [P]
    Are there any adverse effects to reusing a water bottle? [E] [E]
    Determine what aquatic environment freshwater or saltwater has the highest amount of weight lost with the use of oil-hungry bacteria as a result of oil degradation over a 5-day period. [E]
    Diatoms
    Plankton and Phytoplankton
    Ecology
    Compare growth characteristics of the coastal sage scrub during consecutive dry and wet years. [E]
    Marine Ecology
    Behavioral Sciences / Psychology
    The Effects of Scientific Information Concerning Water Conservation on a Person's Opinions and Attitudes [E]
    Effect of Carbonated Water's Color Perception on Its Taste [P]
    Biochemistry
    The conversion of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to water and oxygen gas by the enzyme catalase [E]
    Forensic Science
    A Forensic Study on the Effects of Seawater on the Growth Rate of Local Sarcophagid and Calliphorid Larvae [E]
    Cosmetics
    Which Hand Cream Retains the Most Moisture? [P]
    Physics
    Can Hot Water Freeze Faster than Cold Water? [E]
    Investigate supercooling of water: Does prior heating of water make it easier to supercool water without freezing? [E]
    Determine if the Coriolis effect can be detected by its influence on water flowing through a coiled hose in a rotating frame of reference. [E]
    Water Physics
    Liquids
    Environmental Sciences
    Water Quality and Pollution
    Acid Rain
    Water Conservation & Management
    Acid Rain
    Environmental Effects on Daphnia
    Solar & Renewable Energy Sciences
    Using Water as a Coolant to Increase Solar Panel Efficiency [E]
    Water Energy
    Solar Water Purification
    Solar Water Heaters & Collectors
    Fuel Cells
    Chemistry
    Water Chemistry
    Water Hardness & Water pH
    Electrolysis
    Botany
    Aquaponics For Kids [P]
    Find out how flowers drink water. [P]
    Find out if plants really absorb water by osmotic pressure. [P]
    Capillary Action of Plants [E]
    Which aquatic plants have the highest pH level when submersed in distilled water and a BTB solution (Bromothymol blue) is added. [E]
    Plant Irrigation
    Photosynthesis
    Soils & Hydroponics
    Earth Sciences
    Make and use a hygrometer. [E]
    Model the flow of groundwater, and calculate the flow rate using Darcy's formula. [E]
    Build a model of a water channel and determine how best to prevent erosion in that channel. [E]
    Find out what type of liquid (different pH), breaks down limestone the most (limestone erosion). [P]
    Determine the profile of a desert wash from top to bottom - particle size and abundance. [E]
    Tsunami
    Hurricanes
    Meteorology
    Oceanography
    Floods
    Water Geology (Hydrogeology)
    Zoology
    Test whether a layer of blubber is a helpful adaptation for cold-water environments. [E]
    Determine if the pores in a chicken egg shell allow water to enter by weighing eggs before and after hard boiling. [E]
    Aquatic Life
    Engineering
    Engineering
    Ships, Boats & Hydrodynamics
    Bridges
    Interdisciplinary Topics
    Ice
    Social Sciences
    Soil and Water Conservationist ($58,720) [R]
    Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Operator (In Demand! $38,430) [R]
    Future Science
    A tube for children’s ears that will be unaffected by water (10-12). [P]
    An underwater sensor attached to all marine craft that will alert, save, and protect all Florida's Sea Cows. [P]
    A machine that captures the energy from the waves and currents underneath the water and convert it into electricty [P]
    Reusable Water-Powered Battery [P]
    The Plant Remover seeks and destroys invasive aquatic plants that clog waterways. [P]
    A two-stroke engine if utilized in watercraft will optimize combustion while reducing cross-scavenging flow [P]
    Aquagill: A dive suits that will be equipped with artificial hemoglobin tubing to attract free oxygen molecules in the water. [P]
    Future Water Treatment and Conservation Technology
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