Daniel Burd, an 11th grader at Waterloo Collegiate Institute, has discovered a way to make plastic bags degrade in as little as three months—a finding that won him first prize at the Canada-Wide Science Fair, a $20,000 scholarship, and a chance to revolutionize a major environmental issue. ... Here's another tale of a blue ribbon project that could have great environmental benefits: Teen's Winning Science Fair Project Could Turn Tire Dumps Into Power Stations.
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11th grader Alex Andruzzi describes his science fair project for a judge
11th grade Trinity Classical School Student (LB) with his project showing with propane flames how sound waves resonates with music bass. He used his project later in a local science fair and won in his division. 2012 Explanation of project details: T...
Justin Bauldock wins 1st Place in the Microbiology Category at the Coriell Science Fair 2011, 11th grade. His project was titled, "Cycle Time Reduction in a Microbial Fuel Cell for Scale Up Studies.