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Selecting a topic for science fair project is always a challenge. Is it practical? Is it affordable? Can you find necessary material and equipment? Is it acceptable? Here you can find varieties of science project ideas, instructions, and information. You will also find some science kits that you may use as your science project. Kits will save you time and money. 

10 Best Science Projects identified

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(Recommended for 2005-2006 school year)

A group of project advisors at identified the 10 best science projects for the school year 2005-2006. Not surprisingly, most of these projects are related to energy, environment and health. Selections are based on the educational value, attractiveness, versatility and availability of material and equipment. The 10 best projects are listed below:

Air Battery/ Saltwater Battery

In this project you will experiment making electricity using a revolutionary method. You may call this air battery because it uses the oxygen from the air. You may also call it salt water battery because it uses a solution of salt water as electrolyte. 

The electricity you produce can be high enough to light up a light bulb. You can extend the power by adding oxygen. 

You can also perform experiments to see how does the amount of salt, the amount of oxygen, or the size of electrodes affect the amount of electricity or the battery life. Write your results in a table and use them to draw a graph. Recommended for ages 11 to 18. This is an experimental (investigatory) project. [See More Details

Wooden Generator

In this project you will experiment making electricity by spinning a magnet inside a wire coil. This is the principle of electric generators. Make all parts using wood; only the magnet and wire will be non-wooden material. 

The electricity you produce can be high enough to light up a light bulb; however, it will just flicker if you spin the magnet by hand.

You can also perform experiments to see how does the number of wire loops or the diameter of wire affect the amount of electricity it produces. This is an experimental (investigatory) project. Recommended for ages 13 to 18.[See More Details]

Fruit Battery
(Make Electricity From Fruits)

Even fruits can make electricity and if you be lucky, you may even get enough electricity to light up a light bulb. The electricity produced by fruits can easily be measured using a multi-meter. In this project you compare different fruits for the amount of electricity they can produce. Find out if sour taste and acidity of fruits can contribute to the production of electricity. 

This project is a safe version of other battery projects that use corrosive chemicals.

The electricity from fruits is important because it also indicates the concentration of minerals available in fruits. You can also use this method to compare the quality of different potatoes or different oranges. This is an experimental (investigatory) project. 
Recommended for ages 10 to 16. [See More Details]

Make a DNA Model

DNA is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions specifying the biological development of all cellular forms of life. By changing parts of DNA, scientists are able to produce plants, animals and other live organisms with new properties and abilities. Genetically modified crops and genetically modified fruits are widely known and used.

For students who like biology and want to understand the structure of DNA, making a DNA model can be an exiting display project with special learning benefits.

A model can simply be made using foam balls. This can be a complete display project or an addition to any DNA related project. [See More Details]

Starch test kit

Starch test has been the most versatile science project in the past few years. Students can modify it and make totally new projects that are all based on starch test. Some variations of starch test program are:

  1. Test apple maturity.
  2. The effect of sunlight on production of starch on plants.
  3. Effect of enzymes on starch
In a basic starch test project you test different foods, fruits or products for presence of starch. Find out how widely the starch is used in different industries. You may expand the starch test topic to many new project ideas. For example you may research the effect of sunlight in production of starch or the effect of enzymes on starch.Determination of starch in foods is important due to dietary concerns of many people who are on a low starch/ low sugar diet. This is an experimental (investigatory) project. 
Recommended for ages 10 to 16. [See More Details]


An electromagnet is by far the most important electrical structure that exists in almost all electronic devices. Most of today's Radios, televisions, door bells, telephones, telegraphs and computers could not exist without electromagnets. 

In an electromagnet project, you may make some of the simple devices that use electromagnet; however the most important electromagnet projects study the strength of electromagnet. There is an electromagnet kit available at; however, many students may just purchase the magnet wire (27 AWG) and find other material (nail, battery,..) at home.

Four other projects in this group are:

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