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Do colors of light mix the same way as colors of paint? In the "Mixing Light to Make Colors" #science project, students experiment to find out how colors of light combine. [Source: Science Buddies,; Image: Abrisa Glass & Coatings] #STEM #scienceproject

You know there is sugar in non-diet soda, but just how much? In the "How Sweet It Is—How Much Sugar Is Really in That Soda?" food #science project, students use a hydrometer to measure the amount of sugar in soda. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject


Make a Photon Flower That Lights Up When You Water It with Lemon Juice

This looks AMAZING! I can't wait to try it. Perhaps a science fair project? Make a Photon Flower That Lights Up When You Water It with Lemon from Instructables

A radio that doesn't need a battery or plug? In the "Build Your Own Crystal Radio" electricity and #electronics #science project students build a working crystal radio and investigate how to improve it. A convenient project kit is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

Do you like your cranberry jellied or as a sauce? In the "From Sauce to Solid: The Science of Cranberry Condiments" #science project, students explore the role of pectin and cooking time in making cranberry dishes. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #foodscience #kitchenchemistry

Stare at a special image for a period of time and then look at another image that has color differences and what happens? In the "Now You See It, Now You Don't: A Chromatic Adaptation Project" #science project, students explore chromatic adaptation to see how quickly it can occur and how long it lasts. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

In the "Building a Simple Motor Puts a New Spin on Magnets" electricity and electronics #science project, students build a simple Beakman motor and investigate how design changes affect the rate and direction of rotation. A project kit of specialty items is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

What is the best way to keep your strawberries from molding? In the "Save Those Spoiling Strawberries!" #science project, students experiment with thermotherapy to find out if it can help prolong the life of strawberries. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

"Engineering Projects to Celebrate Girl Day": Encourage a girl to do a creative engineering project or activity! [Science Buddies:] #eweek2016 #engineering #scienceproject #STEM #girlsinscience

Fresh or frozen? Which has the most vitamin C? In the "Which Orange Juice Has the Most Vitamin C?" #chemistry #science project, students use iodine titration to measure and compare the amount of vitamin C in a solution. [Source: Science Buddies,] #scienceproject #STEM

How do you keep a ship stable? In the "Rocking the Boat" #science project, students experiment to engineer a fin (bilge keel) design that is best at keeping a boat from rolling back and forth. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

How does the passage of water shape land? In the "Go with the Flow: Model Rivers with Cornmeal, Sand, & Water" #science project, students make model rivers to explore how different riverbeds respond to the passage of water. What difference does the speed of the water make? [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

In the "Don't You Fret! Standing Waves on a Guitar" #science project, students explore the physics of sound as they learn how to predict the locations of standing wave nodes on a guitar's strings. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

What is the role of an enzyme in biochemistry? In the "A Juicy Project: Extracting Apple Juice with Pectinase" #science project, students investigate to see how much the addition of an enzyme speeds up the release of juice from apples? Do different types or ages of apples react differently? [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject

Do you want to make your own video games? In the "Want To Make a Video Game? Here's How!" #science project, students use Scratch to create a game of chase between a cat and a dog. This introductory #Scratch project guides students in getting started with #videogamedesign and computer #programming. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #compsci

In the "Abracadabra! Transforming Yogurt into 'Ravioli'" #science project, students use reverse spherification to make "raviolis" of yogurt that hold together until you break the outer skin that develops in the process. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #foodscience #gastronomy

How do we use geometric formulas to help determine the volume of an imperfect shape? In the "M Geomery" hands-on math #science project, students test formulas for a sphere, cylinder, and ellipsoid to see which makes the best geometric model of an M candy. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #familyscience #math

Why does a heavy steel boat float? In the "How Much Weight Can Your Boat Float?" #science project, students build various model boats from aluminum foil to explore buoyancy, displacement, and the relationship between hull design and the density of water. How many pennies can your boat carry without sinking? [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject