5 second rule
we are researching/testing to see if the five second rule is true .View Project
A Ball's Flight Through Air
Study of the forces that develop when a spinning body travels through the air. Theory is presented as well as some expirements to demostrate the effect of the Magnus ForceView Project
A Better Ride
A technology that allows existing standard gauge rails to be easily and extremely cheaply be converted into maglev rails, vastly improving rail infrastructure.View Project
A Candidate Gene Study Associating Pediatric Autoimmune Diseases and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Looked at patient outcomes of common mutations in genes associated with Pediatric Autoimmune Diseases in the Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma population.View Project
A Choco-Lot About Chocolate
I wanted to learn why shiny and snappy store-bought chocolates never looked the same after they'd been through a microwave. During my research I discovered a process called tempering, and conducted a series of experiments to test it out for myselfView Project
A Corrosion Comparison of Agricultural Disinfectants on Metals
A comparison of the corrosive nature of five commonly used agricultural disinfectants on a variety of metals used in food processing facilities, farms and veterinary clinics.View Project
|National Assoc of Corrosion Engineers Award|
AD/HD in Girls
Due to the fact that AD/HD symptoms often present differently in girls than in boys, they are often missed by standard diagnostic tools, leading to underdiagnosis.View Project
i'm doing Aerodynamics on planes because planes are something that i know about and i wanted to learn more aboutView Project
The Fundamental forces of flight. (Wing Shapes)View Project
Air Particles and Air Quality
I chose 4 places, I will see which one has the best air quality, the one that has the worst air quality and the ones in the middle.View Project
All About Bees
My slide show is about bees and why they matter!View Project
“Alternative energy”, “green” and “Tesla” cannot be in the same sentence!!!
Discuss alternative energy. Demonstrate 3 different alternative energy models at home. Note why alternative energy is not efficient. Explore what sources are used to generate electricity. Discuss the 'green-ness' of the Tesla vs. the hydrogen car.View Project
An Experiment to show how soap helps in removing dirt, oil and fights germs
My experiment was to show how soap helps to remove oil, fats or other germs. This experiment was successful and showed how soap magically spread out the food colors same way it can remove dirt, oil, germs etc. from our hands/body.View Project
An Experiment With Culture
We are testing the effectiveness of disinfectants marketed as "environmentally friendly" as compared to conventional disinfectants.View Project
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|Hunter Centre Secondary Consumer Science Award|
|Grant MacEwan Nature Protection Award (Secondary)|
I'm testing different liquids to see which liquid makes the apple brown faster and then see if the apples are in the liquid for 15 minutes instead of three minutes, time could make a differenceView Project
Are GMO'S The Key To Solving World Hunger?
I will be researching to prove the fact that GMO's are not the key to solving World Hunger.View Project
Are Relative's Fingerprints Similar?
I will be seeing if families have similar fingerprints.View Project
Are There Fruits That Are Better For Diabetics? Lola Ng Webber Academy
In my project, I will be testing different fruits to determine which fruits contain the most and least amount of glucose.View Project
|Bhardwaj Elementary Life Science Award|
Are you sure your hands are clean?
I will ask my family to wash their hands with: soap and water, water only, hand sanitizer, expired hand sanitizer or Wet wipes. I will then swab their hands after they clean them and streak on an LB plate to see if there is bacteria present.View Project
|Melodie Becker Memorial Science Award|
How can we use Artificial Intelligence to make our life easier during this Pandemic?View Project
|Terry and Sharon Allen Special Merit Award for Elementary|
Artificially Intelligent Agents for Bargaining With Private Information
This project uses deep reinforcement learning techniques to create a artificially intelligent agents for use in bargaining games involving private information analogous to real-life negotations scenarios.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Secondary Award|
|Dr. Neil Webber Senior STEM Award|
Mainly it is about what astronomy is.View Project
A Valorous Vaccine
Explain how Covid-19 vaccine works, compare it to other vaccines, do a survey about how many people would be willing to take the vaccine and more.View Project
Battery Performance Analysis Under Different Weather Conditions
Application of different temperature conditions to evaluate its effect on the life and exhaust rate of batteries.View Project
Battery Powered Car
it is a small car that works with the batterys electronsView Project
I will test 3 different type of water from different place and use a water testing kit and see which is better.View Project
Biochar: Fertilizer, Carbon sequestration, Heat source
Project investigates the effectiveness of biochar on plant growth. Creates biochar and compares to typical combustion of wood.View Project
Bioremediation of Controlled Oil Spill with Microbes
In my project I will test if changing amounts of motor oil and nutrients in a controlled fresh water oil spill with added microbes will affect the amount and speed the oil will be bioremediated.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|CYSF Top Junior Award|
|C.I.M. Calgary Branch Award|
|University of Calgary Chancellor's Award|
My project was creating a biodegradable solution to disposable makeup wipesView Project
Blasting Off With Air!
This project is to test which size nozzle for a bottle rocket would increase the rockets thrust the most.View Project
|Nutrien Physical Science Award|
Blazing Night Lamp
My idea is to make a night light that has 2 different types of colors that are best for sleeping. Then I will try it out at night to see what the best color for sleeping is and also see if night lights are good for sleeping.View Project
Boric Acid Formula Reactions to Polyvinyl Alcohol
I will be conducting a chemical experiment by combining a series of activators with PVA ( polyvinyl acetate ). Each activator formula will contain different a different levels of boric acid concentration which will affect the viscosity of the slime.View Project
|Chemical Institute of Canada Calgary Award|
Born to connect
My project is testing different kids birth orders and and see if the birth order matches there 4 closest friends birth ordersView Project
A new technology to create affordable braille readers.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Hunter Centre Overall Consumer Science Award|
|Queen's University Applied Science Prize|
Brainless Yet Genius
My research question is: How do the Mimosa Pudica and the Venus flytrap perform nearly all the operations that a human brain can, without one? In my project I will answer this question and share knowledge about this topic.View Project
Brain Train - reaction time and videogames
Testing the relationship between the types of videogames people play and reaction timesView Project
|CYSF Elementary Social Sciences Runner Up Award|
|Dr. Neil Webber Elementary STEM Award|
Breaking Barriers - The Tunnel Effect
The world of quantum physics is an amazing place where particles can do weird and wonderful things. Small subatomic particles are able to pass through barriers, this is because of the tunnel effect.View Project
A project exploring the melting rate of bismuth, comparing rates of melting.View Project
BUST THE RUST
My project is called Bust the Rust. My Big Question is: Can you stop rust from forming on steel wool? Rust is made by a chemical reaction it is created by oxidization. I am testing what rust inhibitor works the best.View Project
Can caffeinated drinks affect the human heart?
I always wondered why people drank caffeine in the morning so that they could get energized. I wanted to know if it could affect the human heart rate, mood, concentration and memory. I tried 3 different types of drinks, and I tested them on my family.View Project
Which Candle Wax is the Best?View Project
Can Humans Live On Any Other Planets One Day?
For our project we studied the planets in our solar system. We looked at the temperature, air quality and surface of each planet to see if humans could live on one of the planets one day.View Project
Can Strong Slap Bands Quickly Roll Up A Sleeping bag?
using slap bands in different amounts can I roll a full size sleeping bag from top to bottom in seconds?View Project
Can water Electroysis charge a bulb?
In this project, I will attempt to use the electricity generated from water electrolysis to energize a light bulb.View Project
Can we change where eyes look?
Using some research to our advantage, we will make some pictures, and see if we can direct eyes to certain spots!View Project
CARs, TRUCKs & Armoured CARs: How will Immunotherapy vehicles navigate roadblocks presented by solid tumors?
This project takes a look at how CAR T cell therapy can be modified to be effective in solid tumors, specifically looking at overcoming the obstacle of the tumor microenvironment.View Project
Catching the Waves of Inflation
In this project, I explore evidence for inflation using Primordial Gravitational Waves and the Cosmic Microwave Background.View Project
Caution! High Voltage
My project will study the relationship between temperature and voltage output in a potato.View Project
Changing the World One Tube at a Time
My project is about plastic straw replacements and finding which one is the best. I tested in three categories, if the straw can withstand hot temperatures, compostability, and if the straw can survive in liquids for a long time.View Project
Extraction of chitin from crustacean shells and manufacture of bioplastics from chitosan. Evaluating properties of plastics made from different proportions of ingredients and additives.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|CYSF Top Junior Runner Up|
|Schulich School of Engineering Second Prize|
|ACPA Rick Dillen Memorial Award in Chemistry|
Climate Change - The Science, Risks and Solution
My Project outlines the science of climate change, the risks attached without further development in stopping climate change and the potential solutions.View Project
|Intact Climate Change Resilience Award|
Cloud in a bottle
Water life cycleView Project
what is color blindnessView Project
Combination Therapy as a treatment for Alzheimer's Disease
I am researching the pathophysiology of Alzheimer's Disease as well as the efficacy of combination therapy for treatment of Alzheimer's. This includes a combination of approaches that target more than one cause of Alzheimer's.View Project
|Dr. Neil Webber Junior STEM Award|
Comparaison de l’acidité des fruits régulièrement consommés à Calgary
Ce projet scientifique est mené pour déterminer lequel des fruits les plus consommés à Calgary, la banane, la pomme, le melon d’eau, l’orange, le raisin, la fraise, et la pêche, est le plus acide.View Project
Comparaison des substances qui ralentissent l’oxydation de l’avocat
Ce projet scientifique est mené pour déterminer les substances pouvant ralentir l’oxydation des tranches d’avocat.View Project
Comparaison des types de détergents à lessive
Cette expérience est mené pour déterminer quelle marque de détergent à lessive est le plus écologique et la plus efficace.View Project
Comparaison des types de piles
Ce projet scientifique est mené pour découvrir la marque de piles jetables la plus bénéfique pour le consommateur.View Project
Comparing Popcorn Brands
I am comparing different brands of popcorn and popping them to see which one leaves the least un-popped kernels at the bottom of the tray.View Project
|CYSF Elementary Consumer Science Award Runner Up|
Comparison of the sense of direction between males and females
An experimental project that will determine whether males have a better sense of direction than females. The study will be limited to the individuals that are in the grades of 7, 8 and 9.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Dr. Werner Becker Clinical Neuroscience Award|
|The Psychologists' Assoc. of Alberta Behavioural Science Award|
conductivity of different solutions
electricity will go though the water but the light bulb will not go on so we will add things like salt, vinegar, lemon juices, soap that is just four things but we will do more than that to see if the cerent going though is good to turn on the light bulbView Project
Consciousness: Where are my thoughts?
In my project I will be comparing theories of the ideas of consciousness, the history of consciousness, philosophers' views on consciousness, and the scientific history of consciousness.View Project
Conservation of Amino Acids Through Evolution
We are taking amino acid sequences from a protein called ATM and running them through a program to see where conserved regions are.View Project
We were testing to see if silicone baking mats affect the way cookies bake!View Project
Over four days I tested the pH of different water after I blowed into different bottles, and carbonated a bottle over different days and times.View Project
|Alberta Teachers' Association Award - Elementary|
We research about coral bleaching and ways we can try to stop coral bleachingView Project
I will be doing a research project on Coronavirus (covid-19) To help people understand more about this pandemic.View Project
COVID-19 (Effects and treatments)
In this project we will find out the effects and treatment for COVID-19, a new disease discovered in 2019 that originates from Wuhan, Hubei, China.View Project
COVID-19 mathematical model simulation of WDP's infectious level
This mathematical model is called S.I.R (Susceptible, Infectious, Recovered). What I am doing is taking this model and putting it into a computer simulation for it to run for any given days to see how much people will be in each category!View Project
|Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Elementary Award|
It's going to explain all about the COVID-19 vaccines and what are the ingredients in the COVID-19 vaccines.View Project
Crystal Rock Candy!
Candy formed right in front of your eyes! In this experiment, we will be making Rock Candy which just takes 1 hour to make and 2-3 days for the crystals to form or longer for better results! Enjoy these delicious edible crystals!View Project
I studied Cystic Fibrosis for this science fair.View Project
Cytotoxic T-Cell Implantation & Genetic Modification in a Treatment for Lung Carcinoma
A self designed theoretical treatment for Lung Cancer using Cytotoxic T-Cell implantation and genetical modification.View Project
Dark Green Vs. Light Green
I am testing the amount of Vitamin C in dark green vegetables and light green vegetables using an iodine indicator solution I had to make. I also investigated how important Vitamin C is and how green veggies can be a source of it too.View Project
Daylight V.S Us
The project I did will help people how they sleep and how daylight affects them during the day. They will know how there day goes and if having more sunlight is better to have during the day or having less sunlight is better for your sleeping.View Project
I freeze dried 3 different types of milk (almond, soy and cows milk) to see which type was more viable to transport based on its ending weight.View Project
Détecteur de métaux conçu chez nous.
Le question testable de ce projet c’est de voir si un détecteur de métaux qui est fait à la maison est tout aussi bien que un détecteur qui est acheté.View Project
Developing a High-Level, Human-Readable Computer Language
I created a computer language that aims to be easy to write and understand, hinging only on a person's English language skills and basic problem solving. It has applications for both those who are not proficient in programming as well as education.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Developing an App Based on Risk Analysis to End Coronavirus
I developed a method based on published risk analysis to predict the risk of contracting coronavirus for a person. A proposed phone app will apply the method and uses the phone IP address and GPS to collect the App data about places and activities.View Project
Development of a Software-based Method to Predict the Binding Strength of Covid-19 Mutations
Covid-19 mutation binding strengths are currently primarily studied in laboratory settings. This method allows mutation binding strengths to be easily predicted using only computer models and softwares.View Project
|Terry Allen Travel Scholarship|
|CYSF Intermediate/Senior Life Science or Medical Award|
|CYSF Top Senior Runner Up|
|McClelland Biochemistry Award|
Diagnosing Schizophrenia Using EEG Biomarkers
In this study we are making an attempt to diagnose Schizophrenia using electroencephalogram (EEG) biomarkers. We are taking all data (EEG of healthy people and EEG of people affected by schizophrenia) from open sources.View Project
Direct Traffic with Gloves
LED glove to direct trafficView Project
Distilled water experiment
Creating a way where we can turn filthy water into clean water using the sun.View Project
Do distractions affect concentration and our ability to focus?
We developed 2 standard reading passages and quizzes. 1 quiz will be given to 10 people once without distractions and once with distractions. We will be measuring the time that they took to do the tests and the score with and without the distractions.View Project
Does Age Affect Memory?
I will be completing my project on how age affects memory. I want to learn about the importance of young age vs. old age and what happens to our brain and memory as we get older. I want to conduct an experiment that will help me understand the topic more.View Project
Does Color Affect Human Memory?
The project is about does color will affect our memory and if so which color makes us forget the most. I'll also be doing an experiment to prove that my hypothesis is right.View Project
Does Gender Affect Peer Pressure?
Kids in my grade will fill out a quiz individually and then in a group. A boy group and a girl group. They are allowed to change and share answers with their friends. I'll collect results and see who changed answers and who was most affected by peers.View Project
Does Listening to Different Music Genres Affect Memorizing New Facts?
Testing Rock, Jazz, Classical Music and No Music and on classmates showing them the answers then a few days later give them a test seeing if they remember and get it correct. By the test scores we will make an overall mark for the musics.View Project
Does meditation help people focus better?
My experiment asks and answers the question: can meditation help people focus better?View Project
Does Smell Affect Taste? - Laiba Poovanthodi and Niya Abdulrahman
We will eat different foods while smelling Nutella.View Project
Does the amount of citric acid in the water effect how long it takes for a bath bomb to dissolve?
How long it takes for a bath bomb to dissolve in citric acid water.View Project
Does the Colour of a Room Affect Human Behaviour?
Find out how the colour of a room can affect a human's emotions and actions.View Project
Does The COVID-19 Pandemic Affect School Children's Mental Health
I am doing a research project. I am planning to do a survey with school kids to see how COVID-19 affects the mental health of school age kids and also researching information available on the internet and other resources.View Project
does the type of music you listen to affect your mood?
in this project, i will listen to a certain genre of music over the course of 6 days and record my mood and the type of music i listened toView Project
Does the universe end?
Me and my partner are trying figure out if the universe endsView Project
|Osum Elementary Physical Science Award|
Does your favourite type of music improve your concentration? A novel Concentration measurement approach.
Our project is to find out whether your favourite music helps to concentrate on a task using a appartus that we built.View Project
|CYSF Elementary Social Sciences Award|
Do masks really work? Lets find out!
I am going to try different styles and types of masks along with spray paint to see which mask has the best protection. I will use an n95, 2 layer and 3 layer, surgical and bandana style masks.View Project
Do storm water ponds affect water quality?
I measured water depth and water quality upstream and downstream of a storm water pond over a few weeks.View Project
Do the Different Types of Soil Affect the Plant's Growth?
This Experiment is about finding if the different types of soil affect the growth in plant's height and health in a positive or negative way by growing 3 plants for 12 days, giving them 3 different types of soil and finding which one is the better soil.View Project
Do They Decompose?
Do compostable and biodegradable straws actually decompose? I tested straws from 5 fast-food retailers by putting them in a home-made compost bin from April 25, 2020 to January 3, 2021View Project
|Grant MacEwan Nature Protection Award (Elementary)|
|CYSF Elementary Consumer Science Award|
DYSLEXIA : A DISABILITY OR ABILITY
To understand what is Dyslexia. To find the causes, types, symptoms and possible interventions etc. for Dyslexia. Also to meet some Dyslexics and learn more about this condition through them. To evaluate if Dyslexia is really a disability or an ability.View Project
A video game innovation project designed to bring the player into a fictional city where they have to plan and build a more sustainable future.View Project
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|Dr. Neil Webber Intermediate STEM Award|
|Intact Climate Change Resilience Award|
Edible Water Bottles Used as Water Balloons - Does Size Matter?
The project focused on comparing latex water balloons with plant-based edible water bottles re-purposed as water balloons, of various sizes.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Effect of Relative Humidity and Air temperature on Plant Seeds
I will be looking at how an increase or decrease of humidity and air temperature effects the growth of plants.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Effect of Short-Term Diet Modulation of Donor on the Efficacy of Fecal Microbial Transplant (FMT)
My research focus is to understand if high diversity of the gut microbiota in the donor, seems to best predict a patient's response to FMT and if Short-term changes in donor’s dietary patterns can have some influences on intestinal microbiota composition.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Effects of Mood Disorder on Youth Mental Health
The basic idea of this project is to investigate factors leading to mood disorder and how they impact youth mental health.View Project
Egg science: about the eggs
A presentation about value of different kinds of bird eggs, including diet( of the bird) , price, rarity, nurtitional value, and more.View Project
Eggs in salt water
I am gong to test how much salt you have to put in water for an egg to float in it.View Project
Electricity Generating Keyboard
This project is an electricity generating keyboard, using energy from keystrokes to generate energy!View Project
Electronics and Short Term Memory
I will look into the effect of electronics on short term memory.View Project
|CYSF Junior Life Science / Medical Award|
I was testing what elephant's toothpaste looks like and to see how hot it is.View Project
Engine vs Engine
Comparing two different engine sizes to see witch makes a vehicle go faster.View Project
erupting volcano experiment
A modle volcanoe will erupt and there with be research with one more modle that will show how they eruptView Project
How could I make an egg float on water?(how do submarines work?)View Project
Extracting Bismuth From Pepto Bismol
My project was about extracting bismuth from Pepto Bismol tablets. I used different methods to eliminate substances in the way of the bismuth being extracted and at the end I was able to extract a small yield of elemental bismuth.View Project
Face Recognition Patterns In Cross-Race Effect
Challenges in identifying people are commonplace. In that context, Cross-Race Effect suggests that we efficiently recognize faces from races we are familiar with. This project disputes widespread belief that the phenomenon results from innate racial bias.View Project
Fairview Students’ At-Home Academic Commitment
The researcher will survey students from grades 6-9 at Fairview school about their study habits and their overall at-home time commitment. The data collected is going to be analyzed and displayed in a variety of charts and graphs.View Project
Film Lighting and Emotions
A research project regarding the influence of film lighting on human perceptions of characters, whether they be a villain or a hero.View Project
Filtering water and slowing water flow using different materials
Filtering dirty water and slowing water flow using different materials to help prevent floods and help filter waterView Project
|Al Chato Top Elementary Award|
|UCalgary Dept. of Geoscience Elem. Award|
|City of Calgary, Water Services Award for Elementary|
This project is an experiment conducted to observe dependency of fingerprint patterns on genetic variationsView Project
I place three white flowers in three test tubes. Each test tube has different color of food coloring in it. I wait for two days and begin the process of transpiration.View Project
Focusing on Art
How art can affect your results on academic assignmentsView Project
Food for Fuel
I created biodiesel using renewable resources (different types of cooking oils: sunflower, canola and corn) through the process of transesterification. I then burned the biodiesel and measured the efficiency and effectiveness of each one against certainView Project
|UCalgary Dept. of Geoscience Elem. Runner Up Award|
forging metal-the strength of steel
A project that helps people grasp the way that metal works and a series of test that show you how heat treatments affect steel.View Project
Fresh or Salty
I'm testing to see if adding sea water to concrete instead of fresh water will impact it's strength.View Project
|A.S.M. Int'l Calgary Chapter Award|
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|UCalgary Dept. of Geoscience Secondary Award|
Future Forest Management Procedure
My project would be to have two different forestry managements. (these forests will be representing protected forest areas) One will have a clean healthy forest and the other will be full of dead trees, wood and branches.View Project
Future of the Eye - Retinal Scans and Advancements
Demonstrate how far and advanced Retinal Scans have gotten, and how Retinal Scans can differentiate eyes and accurately capture information.View Project
|Alberta Assoc of Optometrists Award|
|Buckley Family Award For Engineering (Elementary)|
Gardening Vertically While Saving The World
An automated vertical garden that works on it's own without involving humansView Project
|Ted Rogers Innovation Award|
Gas on Grass
I will be putting 1,2 and 3 ml of gasoline on to containers of grass to represent a lawnmower leak and see how it effects the grass.View Project
GENE EDITING. IS IT THE FUTURE?
My project is on gene editing. Gene editing or genome editing is a technology that allows scientists to make changes to DNA. I will see which gene editing form is the best and if its the new way to treat genetic diseasesView Project
|Genome Alberta Junior / Intermediate Award|
Gene Expression Changes Associated 3q Amplification in Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Data Analysis of SCC to determine the impact of 3q 24-29 DNA amplificationView Project
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|Ucalgary Biochemistry and Experimental Biology Award|
Genetic switches as a cancer treatment
I am researching genetic switches; how they work and how genetic switches can be applied in cancer treatment.View Project
The simple definition of a mutation is a change in a DNA sequence. Mutations are from DNA copying mistakes made during cell division, being exposed to ionizing radiation. This project will look further in depth on gene mutation and how they occurView Project
Geoengineering: A chance or a curse
I want to analyze our current situation regarding climate change and if geoengineering is a viable solutionView Project
My project is all about germs and how we can avoid them. I researched how we can stay away from them by keeping clean and more!View Project
Our project is about eyeglasses and how they help us see. We talk about types of glasses, how our eyes work and the history of glasses.View Project
Global Warming and Climate Change
I'll be talking about what climate change is, evidence to prove climate change, effects of global warming & climate change, why today's climate change is different and the reasons scientists worry about it.View Project
Go-Go Glo Germs
Which wash is best?View Project
Grizzly Bear versus Polar Bear Intelligence
Researching the difference in intelligence between grizzly bears and polar bears.View Project
My project helps provide people in developing countries with electricity. The electricity is much cheaper, and is provided by converting poop or mud into electricity.View Project
Hand Sanitizers and Skin Health
An evaluation of 5 different hand sanitizers and their impact on skin dryness.View Project
Heart Failure in Dogs-Why it happens and how we can Prevent it
Causes and treatments for heart failure in dogsView Project
Heated Volcano Lamp
We are making a heated volcano lamp to help us in an emergency or in remote areas.View Project
Heat In Jars
Testing how much heat four food jars keep in within five hours.View Project
High environmental concentrations of atrazine cause apoptosis in Daphnia magna
Examination for cellular changes indicating apoptosis in Daphnia magna exposed to high environmental concentrations of the herbicide, atrazine.View Project
|NSERC Young Innovators Travel Award|
|CYSF Top Senior Award|
|City of Calgary BiodiverCity Award - Senior or Intermediate|
|UCalgary Veterinary Medicine Senior Animal Health Award|
"Hi, I'm Superbug": AMR's Devastating Effect
“Hi, I’m Superbug”: AMRs Devastating Effects, is on antimicrobial resistance and its effect on global health, the global economy, and modern medicine. Addressing antimicrobial shortages, and looking on how to set up antimicrobial stewardship programs.View Project
|UCalgary Veterinary Medicine Intermediate Animal Health Award|
|Alberta Society of Gastroenterology Award|
Homemade Plasma Cutter
I propose to build the latest and greatest homemade scientific device know to mankind, under the complete supervision of my dad, that will cut thin aluminium foil in halfView Project
My project is about a design I created to improve sock's ability for heat insulation.View Project
Hot, Warm or Cold: The effect of temperature of water on solubility of sugar
This project is about how and why the amount of sugar dissolved in the water changes when it is dissolved in water at three different temperaturesView Project
building a hovercraft and seeing how high it can go with limited material'sView Project
How Are Artifical Elements Made?
There are tons of elements but recently, humanity has pushed through our limits and made new elemnts. In this project we will explain how and why artifical elements are made.View Project
How can forensic scientists use and trace evidence to explain what happened at a crime scene?
Footprints, fingerprints, DNA samples, and bias all contribute to help forensic scientists figure out what happened at a crime scene, as well as figure out who was involved..View Project
How can we save the bees?
In this project we tell you about how you can save the bees, why the bees are dying, and why the bees are important in the environment and to our society.View Project
|City of Calgary BiodiverCity Award - Junior or Elementary|
How do Blood Cells and Viruses work in the Human Body?
This project is divided into 3 sections, the first one is about blood cells and what they do, the second one is about what some viruses do to the human body, and the third one is some stuff about the human bodyView Project
How does bacteria affect your body?
My project is about bacteria and what diseases and illnesses bad bacteria can cause in your bodyView Project
How does bacteria turns milk into Yogurt?
The Project will answer "How bacteria can convert milk into yogurt?" this includes further researches on the bacterias along with the yogurt making experiment. We will also work with different kinds of liquids, how they work and react with bacteria.View Project
How Does Light Intensity Change With Distance
In order to find the relation between light intensity and distance, I measured the intensity of light at four increasing distances away from the light source using a light sensor.View Project
How Does Music Affect The Brain?
My project is researching on how music affects the brain. I have asked multiple experts with questions related to this topic. This is so I can learn more information on music and the brain.View Project
How Does Temperature affect the Amount of Electricity produced by a MFC
Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) produce electricity from electrogenic bacteria. I wanted to see how these MFCs would react to the different temperatures and see if the amount of electricity generated would change.View Project
|Jivraj Elementary Biology Award of Merit|
|Solar and Renewable Energy Award|
How does the nose effect how you taste
I am trying to figure out how the nose effects how you taste and what you can taste without your nose. I am achieving this by blindfolding family, plugging their nose and seeing if they can taste certain foods.View Project
How Do LifeStraws Work?
Our project explains how LifeStraws can transform dirty water into clean drinkable water in seconds using a clever mesh filter. Our presentation also includes the backstory and positive impacts the LifeStraw has created for people all around the world.View Project
How do optical illusions manipulate the brain?
I will talk about what optical illusions are, the three types of illusions, and lastly how do optical illusions manipulate the brain. I will also some examples of optical illusions.View Project
How do people react to losing their sight?
We blindfold 4 subjects and observe their morning routines.View Project
How do Vaccines Work?
the reason I have chosen vaccines as my non experimental research project is because it is an interesting topic especially because there is a pandemic. I feel like it would be nicer to fully understand how they work.View Project
How do video games affect people?
My project is about How video games affect peoples minds?. I have negative and positive outcomes.View Project
How electronics affect our eyes and body.
Electronics are taking over our lives. Our eyes are 2 centimeters from the screen most of the day. People can't sleep and some have more depression than ever. Proper food choices are related to this. What should I do? It's all going to be in our project.View Project
How is it Possible to fly a Drone on Mars?
I plan to research how it is possible to fly drones on Mars. I also plan to explore the theories of flight and what enable drones to fly both on Earth and Mars.View Project
How long it takes for different types of liquid to freeze?
There are 5 different types of liquids which are soda, lemonade, milk, orange juice, and water. I left them out in my garage for 2 weeks then moved them to my freezer. I will record how long it takes them to freeze by hours.View Project
How much weight can different types of boat hulls hold?
We built 4 diffrent boat hulls and tested which one could hold the most weight.View Project
how muscle memory affects our daily lives
we are doing a experimental video/project showing how muscle memory improves our livesView Project
How Psychology Affects a Student's Behavior and Performance at School
We dive into how students handle stress, personal issues, studying habits, social lives and ensuring a stable future for themselves all while dealing with the ups and downs with school.View Project
How safe are you from hackers?
I am going to make it look like there is a computer update. Once the person downloads it, I will have access to their computer and be able to do stuff like install keyloggers and turn their webcam on.View Project
How to ride a motocross track most efficiently?
I will study racetrack designs, learn the science behind each obstacle and research most efficient riding techniques .View Project
How Vaccines Can Be Used To Fight Outbreaks
How a vaccine for a newly discovered virus is made, what determines if a vaccine is effective or not, and how many people need to be vaccinated to get herd immunity. I include how the trajectory of an outbreak would change if more people got vaccinated.View Project
|Genome Alberta Elementary Award|
How Wi-Fi affects plants growth ?
Our project is about How Wi-Fi affects plants and their growth.View Project
How will a chocolate chip cookie react to different levels of baking soda and baking powder.
I will bake multiple batches of chocolate chip cookies. Every time, I will add a different amount of baking soda and/or baking powder.View Project
We will be seeing if we can generate electricity from body heat, and if so, which body type is most efficient for doing so.View Project
Human Innovations Challenge Bird Survival
Human innovation are directly harming the bird population but indirectly affecting human. My project is an eye opener for all humans, that our innovations are not doing as we have expected them to do, but according to me we are moving towards disaster.View Project
This is a project about how memory works and what factors affect it. You will see that a small experimant was done to prove the theory that everybody's brain has different memory capabilities.View Project
Hydraulic powered crane
My project is a hydraulic powered crane that would run off water. It would help clean and help the environment and it would be easier to control and cheaper to buy then usual cranes.View Project
Hydroponic Lettuce Growing
We have two sets of hydroponic systems growing leaf lettuce. We are growing one set with natural light and one set with artificial light to determine what is best for the plants in the winter.View Project
I'm doing a project about the hyperloop. The hyperloop works with magnets levitating the capsule. Then they use very little force (another magnet or a fan) to push the hyperloop. The hyperloop can reach up to 700 kph because its levitating.View Project
Improving Quality of Life: Comparing different medications for Myasthenia Gravis
I analyzed the different medications and their effectiveness on Myasthenia Gravis as a whole. I compared the different prices, side effects, and how many forms each covers.View Project
Improving the eyeglass frame
Innovating to improve the durability of eyeglass frames.View Project
We are testing 4 different insulations.View Project
To study the effects of intermittent fasting on body weight, waist circumference and blood pressure.View Project
Is a Dog's Mouth Cleaner than a Human's Mouth?
Swab dogs mouth and swab my mouth and then see what bacteria grows in a petri dish and then count the bacteria.View Project
Is is Possible to Create Vibrant Firework Colors at Home?
Investigating the effect of chemical types and concentrations on flame colour in pyrotechnics.View Project
|Kevin Gray Interiors Elementary Structure and Design Award|
I Spy A Fly
I tested to see what liquid would catch the most fruit flies. No fruit flies will be harmedView Project
Is the 5 second rule real?
Testing to see if the 5 second rule is real or a myth.View Project
It's Not Worth It - Exploring the dark realms of stress, depression and suicide among youth
Suicide, especially among the youth is rarely addressed and vaguely discussed in society these days, even though it is the second leading cause of death. We would like to dwell deeper into the core of this issue.View Project
Jump Scare Heart Rate Study
We will measure the heart rate of two different groups when they see a relaxing clip that changes to a jump scare. One group will know its coming and the other will not.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
L’acidité et la corrosion
Ce projet scientifique est mené pour déterminer si l’acidité peut affecter la vitesse de corrosion du fer.View Project
La conservation du pain
Ce projet mené pour déterminer quelles conditions pourraient empêcher le pain de moisir.View Project
La règle de cinq secondes
Ce projet est mené pour savoir si la règle de cinq secondes est vraie.View Project
La règle des 5 secondes et la nourriture
Si la regle de 5 secondes fonctionne reallementView Project
I will be doing research on lava lamps and will be answering questions I have about them with researchView Project
Learn to Land
The project uses Deep Q-learning to train a neural network to solve an Open AI gym environment.View Project
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|CYSF Director's Award|
Le changement de couleur des tranches de fruits
Ce projet scientifique est mené pour expliquer le changement de couleur des fruits découpés et de déterminer comment prévenir ce phénomène.View Project
L'effet de la température sur la durée de vie d'une pile.
Ce projet est mené pour vérifier si les changements de température peuvent affecter la durée de vie d'une pile jetable.View Project
Le nettoyage des mains
Ce projet scientifique est réalisé pour déterminer la méthode la plus efficace pour désinfecter nos mains.View Project
Le système immunitaire
Une description du système immunitare innée et aquis. J'explique aussi c'est quoi un anticorps et un antigène.View Project
Life of A Bean With Different Amounts of Light
Experimenting with 3 plants all in different amounts of light, one being in a lot of light, another being in a bit of light and the last one in no light.View Project
Light Bulb Type and Plant Growth
Bean plants were grown using four different plant growth light bulbs to determine which bulb produced the highest growth.View Project
L’infection Helicobacter pylori
En faisant une recherche je vais répondre a ma question qui est: est-que l'infection H Pylori est une infection sérieuse?. Je vais commencer par expliquer c'est quoi l'infection H Pylori et je vais ensuit répondre me question.View Project
Testing what shape of structure could withstand earthquakes (love waves) best.View Project
|UCalgary Dept. of Geoscience Secondary Runner Up|
Lupus Research Project
A research project about the immune condition of Lupus, how it works, and its symptoms, medications, cures, and much more.View Project
Masking the Fears of Covid-19
My project is testing what brand of easily available masks are least permeable against water and fine powders.View Project
|President's Award for Elementary|
|Hunter Centre Elementary Consumer Science Award|
|University of Calgary Faculty of Science Discovery Award|
Masks A New Era
To design a more protective, cheap, breathable, and comfortable new mask.View Project
Testing the use and effectiveness of masksView Project
Medicine Flavours Preferred By Gender & Age
Testing different flavours used for making medicines taste better, and seeing if there are differences between ages or gendersView Project
|CYSF Elementary Life Science / Medical Award|
Mental effects of Covid-19
We know that Covid-19 has taken a toll on us, but how many of us and how serious is it? What are some factors as to what is causing us to be mentally ill? What exactly is depression, anxiety and stress? Find out the answers to these questions right here!View Project
My project is about Mental illnesses and it talks about the different types Mental illnesses, how they occur, why they occur, and cures to themView Project
Mental illness- what is it? Can it be cured?View Project
Microgreens - Lighting up our Future
A project that looks at different sources of light for growing plant life, in particular Microgreens, a small but powerful nutrition source.View Project
Molecules and atoms
what molecules are, atoms, different types of atomsView Project
mRNA is the main ingredient in the COVID-19 vaccine.View Project
Multi-Agent AI System for Emergency Vehicle Preemption
Creating traffic controllers that utilize the Shout-Ahead Multi-Agent Architecture and a hybrid reinforcement-evolutionary machine learning algorithm to reduce emergency vehicle response times.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Kevin Gray Interiors Secondary Structure and Design Award|
|Calgary Communications Club and Quarter Century Wireless Award|
|Petrotranz Int/Sr Award for Innovation in Computer Science|
My GPS Tracker
Creating a GPS tracker to help find lost itemsView Project
Natural Bacteria Busters
Researching and testing natural alternatives for topical antibioticsView Project
|Innovate Calgary's Young Innovator's Award|
The mellifluous world of noetics.View Project
one of the universes greatest mysteries, black holes
this is my research project about black holes. here i will tell you about how a black hole is formed, what happens if you fall into a black hole, some more facts about black holes, and what i think happens inside a black hole.View Project
This study examines what happens during an interaction between an apple made of antimatter and a desk made of matter.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Orange you glad you are not an apple; The Effect of Vitamin C on the Oxidation Process
I experimented on apples to measure the effectiveness of various antioxidant treatments.View Project
our crystal experiment
We have explored the science of supersaturation and grew borax and epsom salt crystals and recorded it.View Project
Out of the Landfill and into the Dishwasher
An innovative insert for plastic food storage bags to be cleaned thoroughly in the dishwasherView Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|ENMAX Energizing Innovation Award|
We are researching the long term effects of painkillers in the human body, focusing especially on the specific chemicals in over the counter painkillers and how they affect the body's overall reaction time and growth..View Project
Paper airplanes, and how turbulence effects them
We will test paper airplanes and see how they work and how to improve their performanceView Project
What is pareidolia and how is causedView Project
We will be making a perfect pencil sharpener.View Project
Which substance is most acidic? Which is most basic?View Project
Phytoremediation of Calgary Stormwater
Filtering pollutants and toxins from Calgary's rivers, by building constructed wetlands in the river, where the outfalls come out (the phytoremediation process).View Project
|City of Calgary BiodiverCity Award - Intermediate or Junior|
Plant Cells VS Animal Cells
Comparison between plant cells and animal cells, difference and similarities in the structure, parts & functionsView Project
Plant Health and the Effects of Chemicals
Roses were used in this project to test the effects of toxic and non-toxic chemicals.View Project
Plasma Power; Is Fusion Our Future?
On Earth, there are currently two types of energy: renewable, and non-renewable. Non-renewables won't last forever, while renewables aren't efficient enough to power 100% of Earth's needs. Fusion energy, a carbon-free resource, may be our future.View Project
|HoangMayer Renewable Energy Award|
Experiment testing how efficient ferrofluid is in cleaning micro-plastics in water. Two bases, one consists of oil and iron oxide and the other consists of glycerin and iron oxide.View Project
My project is about pollution. The causes of pollution, how pollution could be harmful to us, and what we could do to save the world, such as using less plastic materials like plastic bags. This project will also explain the different types of pollution.View Project
Popsicle stick bridge
I will build a bridge using popsicle sticks and school glue that is strong enough to carry a heavy amount of weight.View Project
Pop Volcano Experiment
Paper mache volcano with a pop bottle inside. I will poor the mento's into the pop bottle to make a reaction that will explode.View Project
The potato powers the clockView Project
Pourquoi les champignons sont importants pour les arbres?
Les champignons appartiennent au règne fongique. Ils s’associent aux racines des arbres et vivent en symbiose avec eux.View Project
power bulb with lemon
comparing lemon or battery to light up a light bulb.View Project
Power of Wind
we use wind power to make electricity that powers two light bulbsView Project
Prewashed VS Unwashed lettuce
Is Unwashed Lettuce Cleaner Than Prewashed?View Project
My project is about different types of fruits and vegetables and their benefits. It has information on potassium, citrus, and natural sugar.View Project
Prognosing Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis with Machine Learning
Statistical machine learning methods and neural networks were used to predict the future lung capacity of a patient of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Buckley Family Award For Engineering (Secondary)|
Programming to Engage - The Creation Process of Making an Educational Game.
Programming, designing and publishing an educational game, specifically targeted for Gr.3 & 7 Rocks and Minerals Unit. In this project I go through the steps of developing a game in the Unity3d Engine, from coding scripts to prototyping and publishing.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Buckley Family Award For Earth Sciences (Secondary)|
|Petrotranz Junior Award for Innovation in Computer Science|
Ready, Set, Reaction
I will drop alka seltzer tablets into water of different temperatures and study the rate of the reaction. I want to find out whether it reacts faster in hot, cold or room temperature and why.View Project
Removal of ferric irons in water through biosorption using Saccharina japonica
Using Saccharina japonica to reduce iron (III) levels in a solution with iron oxide.View Project
|Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta Award|
|City of Calgary, Water Services Award for Secondary|
Revealing Mysteries of the 4th Dimension
In my project, I proposed my ideas, backed up with research and investigation, related to the 4th spatial dimension. I covered topics like entropy, general relativity, multiverse etc. through demonstrations and real - world application scenarios.View Project
|Osum Secondary Physical Science Award|
Rockets and Exoplanets
Our topic is Rockets and Exoplanets. We are doing a research project. Our goal is how to get a rocket to get to the closest exoplanet!View Project
Saving Dogs from Infection: The Discovery of Darobactin connecting to MRSP in dogs
I analyzed the effectiveness of the new treatment Darobactin for MRSP in dogs and how this would play in to the overall development of the antibiotic and also in human and animal health.View Project
Science Behind Dreams
We are testing the science behind dreams on how your emotions trigger different types of dreams and finding out the science behind dreamsView Project
Scrub a Dub Dub
I will be testing different hand hygiene products (soap and water, sanitizer, and just water) to see which one is the most effective at removing bacteria.View Project
Seagrass; Heroes of our Oceans
Can seagrass beds save Canada's local oceans? Find out if these flowering plants can slow down acidification in my project. (Be sure to click both attachments)View Project
Should we break our bottled water habit?
Examining microplastic exposure from water consumption in junior high students and teachers.View Project
Sip Or Suck: Which Straw Is The Best?
Sip Or Suck is an experimental project to see which straw is the best environmentally and which straw is most preferred by people. Throughout the experiment we tested 60 people by asking them which straw they preferred.View Project
|Rotary Clubs of Calgary Environment Award|
Six Sided Madness: Solving the Rubik Cube
I found the Rubik's Cube frustrating to solve, so I researched "the fastest way to solve the Rubik's Cube" and I tested 3 different methods. Solving the Rubik's Cube helps your brain problem solve.View Project
Sleep Science; What is sleep and how do we get more of it?
My project idea is to research about the process our body goes through while sleeping, what happens in our brains while we are sleeping, why sleep is important for us, insomnia rates, how modern lifestyle disturbs sleep, and how to get better rest.View Project
Smoking: Be Smart, Don't Start!
In this presentation, I will showcase the dangerous effects of smoking on health. I will also explore the addiction side of smoking and tobacco use. Finally, I will exhibit the findings of my independent survey of current and past smokers.View Project
I made a small waterproof ring to go around your ankle that would be user frendly and able to fit in your pocketView Project
Soil chemistry with household organic matter
I am mixing various types of household organic matter (ex. cabbage) with soil, letting the mixture sit for a few days, and testing the soil pH, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.View Project
|Osum Elementary Physical Science Runner Up Award|
Solar Car/ Transportation of the future
To build a solar powered car and improve its efficiency by changing the direction of the solar panel.View Project
Our project is to see if we can build a solar powered oven that gets hot enough to melt a s'more in the winter of Calgary.View Project
We will be putting a piece of cheese inside our solar oven and see how sunlight effects the cheese.View Project
So Many Masks - What to Wear?
I am conducting experiments to find out what type of mask is the most effective for protection against an airborne disease. I am also using the designs of the successful mask(s) to create the most ideal mask.View Project
Sound Vibrations and Frequencies
Researching about sound, sound vibrations and soundwaves.View Project
Strength of Construction Materials
Testing the strength of different types of wood.View Project
Finding economic, environmentally friendly, and effective deicer in sugary familyView Project
I am looking at the properties of water needed to cool it below freezing point but maintaining its liquid form.View Project
I plan to define what sustainable energy is. What different types of sustainable energy there are. The advantage of sustainable energy. How can these types of sustainable energy help us and improve the world. Why should we use sustainable energy.View Project
Teeth vs Beverages
Staining affects of different types of beverages on the colour of your teethView Project
The Age Of Vaccines
In this project Mykael and Kyle will be explaining how do vaccines create immunization in your immune systemView Project
the art of filtering water
i will be talking about how to filter water with organic variables and these will be my 3 most important variables (activated carbon-fine sand-fine charcoal).View Project
|Buckley Family Award For Earth Sciences (Elementary)|
The Art of Predictability, with the Science of Uncertainty
Analyzing historic March Madness tournament data and regular-season game data from 1985 - 2017 to attempt to accurately predict the Sweet 16 and full brackets (2018 & 2019) using Monte Carlo simulation modelsView Project
|Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Secondary Award|
The Bacteria Behind Thawing Meat
This project explores the bacteria that results from different methods of thawing meat and quantitatively and qualitatively determines the safest method for thawing meat.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Alberta Teachers' Association Award - Secondary|
The Basel Problem: A New Way of Looking at Numbers
This project explores limits, the basel problem, facets of complex analysis, and a new way of looking at numbers.View Project
The Beneficial Impact of Stem Cloning on Diabetic Patients and How its Efficiency can be Improved
The project will include background research on the various types of diabetes and stem cloning, explain a 2016 study in which stem cloning offered a potential cure, and discuss how its efficiency can be improved for practical applications.View Project
The Blades of a Propeller
How the amount of propeller blades make a difference in the efficiency of a boat.View Project
The Chemistry of Bread
Can you replace the chemistry used in baking bread to get the same result?View Project
The Classroom Helper
My project is meant to help students in the classroom. My project is an online reference for many different things. Students can have a word defined, learn about a country, have the program tell you a joke, or have you tested on math facts.View Project
|Petrotranz Elementary Award for Innovation in Computer Science|
The Cough Against Humanity
In my project, I researched and conducted how far respiratory droplets travel and if face masks and social distancing (6 feet or 2 meters) are sufficient.View Project
The Covid Conundrum: Symptomatology and Determinants of an Outbreak
To assess the incidence of Anosmia and Dysgeusia in Covid-19 patients. The study also assesses the rate of asymptomatic transmission of Covid-19 in community outbreaks and the factors that leads to a higher prevalence in the immigrant populationView Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
The Death of Bees
In this project, we will inform you about the risks that bees are facing, and how you can helpView Project
|Alberta Wilderness Association Award|
The Effectiveness of Various Hand Sanitizers
My project is testing the effectiveness of different types of hand sanitizers. I am using simulated bacteria and a UV light to conduct my experiment.View Project
The Effect of Weather on Solar Electricity Generation
An investigation on how weather impacts the generation of electricity of solar panels in Calgary.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|CYSF Top Intermediate Runner Up|
|Amer Soc Heating, Refrig, Air Cond Award|
|Intact Climate Change Resilience Award|
The effects Exercise has on the Heart
The heart is a very important.It’s the organ that transfers blood throughout your entire body. Also doing exercise makes your heart healthier. So I will be measuring different people’s heart rate as they complete different exercises.View Project
|CYSF Elementary Life Science / Medical Award Runner Up|
The Effects of EGFR Mutations in Tumors on the Outcome of an Abscopal Effect
A project with the goal of determining whether mutations in the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene present in cancer cells result in better or worse overall patient outcomes through the production of system-wide results from localized treatment.View Project
|CYSF Travel Award|
|Bhardwaj Secondary Life Science Award|
|Genome Alberta Senior Award|
The Effects of the Muticell
A hydrogen fuel cell is an improvement to modern technology. Single fuel cell does not hold a lot of power needed, only around 2 volts. Fuel cell stack produce more energyView Project
The electro bike
This project is about how you can use the power of electromagnetism in a motor to generate electricity.View Project
The eyes and color
Our project includes research about how the human and animal eyes function including color blind eyes. We also mention other important information about the eyes and color. For your understanding, we have also given examples along the way.View Project
The first digit law, a phenomenon all around us
Benford’s law otherwise known as the first digit law proposes that in a given set of numbers around 30% will have the first digit being one when the expected probability is 11.1%. The law was first discovered back in 1881 by astronomer Simon Newcomb. WhiView Project
|Lalani Mathematics Award|
The Future Of 3D printing
My project will explain what 3d printing in the future would be like.View Project
The Future of Physics – Particle Accelerators
This project focuses on the modern uses of particle accelerators and how this edge-cutting technology in the emerging field of quantum science/technology is used for research and further technology advancements.View Project
|The Plum Foundation Travel Award|
|CYSF Top Intermediate Award|
|Schulich School of Engineering First Prize|
The Germ Detector
I will be doing an experiment using a UV light and a plastic square. I am trying to see what object has most germs. The plastic square is used to calculate the percentage of germs. Then I turned my percentage in to a graph.View Project
The Hidden Iron in your Cereal
Using an experiment you can extract iron from cereal.View Project
The Introduction of the Solar System & The Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction
I will add a brief introduction of the solar system and talk about The Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction.View Project
The Killing Cures - Cues for Chemical Imbalance: Parkinson's Disease
There is a root cause to everything in life. This project will describe how effective treatment methods for Parkinson's Disease are and whether or not chemical imbalance is a main factor in leading one to experience these treatment processes.View Project
The movement of objects using sound (Acoustophoresis)
Experimentation on the movement of objects at specific frequencies of sound.View Project
"The new bike lock"
This project is a new twist on the bike lock, and works by combining a bike seat and lock at the same time. the bike seat, when removed, folds out into a U-Bolt style bike lock.View Project
The Quality of Dissemination of Information on the Internet of COVID-19 and Multiple Sclerosis
This project aims to quantify the amount of accurate information spread throughout the internet with the use of the DISCERN instrument, HONcode Seal, and the Flesch Kincaid Reading Level.View Project
The race between sensory signals
The role of cable properties on axon signal movementView Project
The reason we get glasses
My project is the reason we get glasses and how to prevent glasses.View Project
The role of herbs in treating COVID-19
This projects talks about the role of herbs in treating COVID-19.View Project
The Science of Music
Creating music with glasses filled with various amounts of water, and explaining the science behind the specific pitches generated by each glass.View Project
The Scratch Stroop Effect Game
My project is about the Stroop effect. I want to compare two different representations of the Stroop effect, colors written in a different color ink and shapes with the name of a different shape name on top and see which one is easier to interpret.View Project
Tired of biting into raw fruit?
I will measure how a photoresistor's resistance changes when I illuminate different color surfaces with a red LED, and then use that information to build a circuit that can differentiate between red and green surfacesView Project
Trust in Public Health Measures: A Mixed Methods Study of Family Caregivers for People Living with Dementia During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated drastic action by the Alberta government to control viral spread. This study explores the level of trust held among family caregivers in the province’s ability to make appropriate public health measures.View Project
|University of Calgary Faculty of Arts Award|
Two Efficient Ways to Generate Electricity
My project revolves around the method of creating electricity through the means of Hydroelectricity and Wind Energy. Along with explaining types of turbines. My project will be research based and supported by experimental evidence, using a turbine model.View Project
A closed-loop hydropower generatorView Project
"Unknown" Beatrix Potter
How well known is Beatrix Potter as a scientist. What was her work in Mycology.View Project
Use of Sensors to Improve Athletes’ Performance
The scope of this research is to understand and evaluate how innovative technology (i.e. sensors) can help improve physical and athletic performance. This will be achieved through theoretical investigation of previously published work and analysis of theView Project
Using MEG Coherence Based Hallmarks & Protein Modification In a Treatment for Schizophrenia
Focused on Innovating a Novel Treatment Option for SchizophreniaView Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
Vaping: A Lesser of Two Evils, Or Is It?
This project analyzes how media tactics used in the past by vaping companies directly affect the increasing prevalence of youth who engage in vaping or e-cigarette use.View Project
|CYSF Director's Award|
We are creating a ventilator that is cheap, easy to use, able to be mass produced, and made with easy to find materials.View Project
the project we are doing is viruses and how they can spread through-out the months. The viruses we chose are Norwalk, Megavirus, and Corona.View Project
Viruses and How They Work
Researching how viruses work and how they enter the body.View Project
Wake up Megan
DOES A CHILD WAKE UP QUICKER IN THE MORNING TO THE VOICE OF A PARENT OR AN OR AN ALARM CLOCK?View Project
I will be talking about water scarcity, its causes & effects, the 2 types, why it is happening, & how to conserve water from now on.View Project
The purpose of this experiment is to see how water affects in human body on a daily basis and the benefits that we can receive from this important resource.View Project
We Can't All Live on Everest pt. 2
I am trying to create something that can take carbon dioxide out of the air and turn it into dry ice to use for cooling the ice caps.View Project
What are Black Dwarfs?
I will be talking about black dwarfs and how they are made. ( I will be going through life if a star)View Project
What are blood types and How are they Important
It is about Blood types/BloodView Project
What bridge is the best to stop a natural disaster
We tested to see what shape bridge is the best to withstand a natural disaster.View Project
What does it mean to be healthy, how does what we eat affect our health and what are effective diets to try out?
This project explores the concept of health, method to increase health, life expectency and societal conceptions of a healthy body. Exploring body image and the science behind diets, looking at whether these diets are factual or a health fad.View Project
What drinks will rot the tooth the fastest?
We will be experimenting with teeth and soft drinks. We will put 1 tooth per drink. The soda's that we are using are Coke and Ginger Ale. The main purpose of this experiment is to see what drink will make the tooth rot more and faster.View Project
what fruit has the most energy, and how much.
what fruit has the most energy, how much, and how can we display it.View Project
What is at the Bottom of the Ocean?
My project is about the creatures at the bottom of the ocean and the explorations that took place to discover those creatures.View Project
What is the best dirty wetland water filter: sand and rocks, coffee filter or socks?
My project is about what out of some of the most common household and nature items is the best to filter dirty water to save a wetland. I want to find out what is the best one.View Project
What is the "Best" Mask Type?
This project seeks to find out what people think is the best type of mask (disposable, N95, fabric, etc.).View Project
What Is The Most Effective Alternative For Filtering Water?
Everyone knows about the single use plastics ban in Canada, and just like it, this way of filtering water saves marine life, money, and the entire ecosystem; including humans! It’s not just animals that are affected by water pollution.View Project
What is the most efficient way to put out a kitchen fire and how much material do you need?
I experimented with fire and 4 materials (water, baking soda, salt, and a lid) to see which material can put out a fire the fastest. I also tested how much of each material I put, for the fire to be completely put out.View Project
What Makes a Person a Psychopath?
Our project is about what makes a person have a degree of psychopathy. We decided to use websites to find our information since this is a topic where you need to do your research to find the answer.View Project
What materials in a homemade water filter work best to filter water?
Making homemade water filters, then testing the water from them.View Project
What negative and positive effects does THC have on the body?
In this research study, we review all aspects, both negative and positive, of THC. We dive into its principles and concepts, thoroughly researching tetrahydrocannabinol.View Project
what paints absorb the most light?
experimenting with different kinds of paint to see which ones absorb the most light (vanatblack, mit stuff)View Project
What Sugar tastes best in cakes?
This is a project to see which sugar tastes best in cakes.View Project
What's up with WhatsApp?
I surveyed 136 adults to learn about the importance of privacy in their on-line communications and their limitations on how much privacy they are willing to give up for free communication.View Project
What type of cleanser/ disinfector disinfects /cleans your hands the best?
In this project I have compared four types of disinfectors / cleanser to find out which cleans your hands the best. I have used nutrient agar petri dishes to grow bacteria from the samples taken after cleaning hands with each disinfector /cleanser.View Project
what would the speed of light look like if we achieved it
In my project I look at sci-fi movies with there own way of faster than light travel, then researched faster than light travel to try and find piece of science in the sci-fi movies.View Project
When Does Milk Go Bad?
Test different types of milk to see when they go bad.View Project
Where Do You Go When You Die?
My project is about where people go when you die. I have researched questions that are related to this topic. The questions range from how does the body decompose to if you are reborn? I will be asking medical people, funeral services, & forensics.View Project
Where the most bacteria is in our school?
We are taking samples of six places in our school to find out where is the most bacteria in our school.View Project
Which basic fingerprint pattern, loop, arch, or whorl is the most common?
There are three basic finger prints - arch, loop, and whorl. Which one do most people have? Which one is the rarest?View Project
Which Brand of Toothpaste Will Reduce the Most Bacteria?
For this science fair project I am willing to determine which toothpaste is most effective when it comes to removing bacteriaView Project
Which bubble gum will blow the biggest bubble?
We are conducting an experiment to figure out which bubble gum blows the biggest bubble? Our brother will be the person blowing the bubbles for this experiment.View Project
Which detergent will clean out the most stains on a shirt?
Testing two of the top best detergents in many countries, in order to see which detergent will remove the most stains of a white clean shirt. The detergent's used were Persil pro clean and TideView Project
Which food is most prone to bacteria?
This project is to test and inform which foods would grow the most bacteria when dropped on the ground for 30 seconds. I used agar, different type of food, and petri dishes. The agar was used to make the gel while the petri dish held the gel.View Project
Which fruits or vegetables grow mold or fungi the quickest?
To make it fair, I will weigh the exact amount of fruit and vegetables on a gram scale. Then I will put each of the foods into petri dishes and periodically give them oxygen. I will write in my journal which fruit grows mold or fungi the quickest.View Project
Which Is The Best Cleaning Shampoo
We are testing if price, foam, and Ph level affect the quality and cleaning capabilities of shampoo.View Project
Which Type of Popcorn Pops the Most Kernels
I will be testing which type of popcorn brand pops the least amount of unpopped kernelsView Project
Why Do Horses Listen To People?
This is a research project on examining why horses obey people even though they are a lot bigger and stronger than people.View Project
Why do sliced apples turn brown?
In this experiment I am going to find out why and how long will it take for sliced apples to turn brown. Also, I will experiment which liquid ( vingar, salty water, olive oil ) will keep the sliced apples the freshest.View Project
Why is some smoke black while others are grey or white?
This project is about finding out what gives the color of the smoke.View Project
Why voices are appealing to people?
In my project i will be figuring out why voices are appealing to people using graphs and chartsView Project
Will a gluten free flour blend or rice flour create better cookies?
I baked cookies using different types of flour.View Project
Will the diameter and mass of a ball effect how fast it will drop and how high it will bounce?
For my experiment I would like to see if the diameter and mass of a ball effect speed and height.View Project
We will be testing what type of agitation works best when washing hands.View Project
Worm Attack!!!!! The science behind composting
I am going to give my earth worms lettuce, banana,coffee grinds, bread and egg shell and I am going to determine the type of food that worms like to eat the best.View Project
This project is about proving wormholes possible using the general theory of relativity.View Project
Worms N' Dirt
How Worms Help Plants GrowView Project
Your Favourite Drinks: These Results May Shock You
We tested electrolyte concentrations in different types of drinks (through conductance) , and tried to find which drink was the best for replenishing electrolytes overall.View Project
|R.A.B. Communication Award|
“You’ve Been Caught!” A Computer Algorithm For Detecting Academic Dishonesty In School Written Assignments
In this project, I propose a Natural Language Processing-based computer algorithm with lexical, semantic and syntactic features to detect cheating in junior high school written assignments.View Project
|CWSF Alternate Award|
|Faculty Women's Club Award, University of Calgary|