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Erudite Science Fair Topics for the Curious Middle Schoolers

Saptakee Sengupta Mar 24, 2019
Are you looking for some topics for the project work assigned to you? Read on for some worthy topics that you can choose for your project...
Participating in science fair projects organized at school can be a great way to boost your scientific endeavor and exhibit your analytical skills. You need to think long and hard on the topics that can be represented perfectly with logical reasons and correct theories, so that your work gets appreciated by your teachers.
Moreover, such kinds of activities are also a part of the school curriculum that count a lot towards the evaluation of your overall performance and grades.

Some Excellent Science Fair Topics

In middle school, you are capable enough to perform the more complicated science experiments that have been taught to you in practical sessions. You are skilled enough to analyze the purpose of conducting the experiments and the workings behind the findings and observations. This is required to produce an accurate project along with a skilled presentation.
  • How much salt is required in water to make an object float?
  • How do mosquitoes bite?
  • How are pictures formed on the television?
  • How do detergents clean stains from clothes?
  • How do you isolate and extract DNA?
  • How does an oyster create a pearl? How are pearls artificially made?
  • Is there a correlation between music and math?
  • What plastic wrap prevents oxidation the best?
  • Are carbon filters less effective when the water contains more chlorine?
  • How do various pollutants affect marine life?
  • Effectiveness of garlic in fighting bacteria.
  • Are night insects attracted to lamps because of the heat or the light?
  • What is the effect of carbonated drinks on meat?
  • Do different colors of light affect plants differently?
  • Does the shape of ice affect how quickly it melts?
  • How do honeybees communicate with one another?
  • What are meteor showers?
  • What is the difference between incandescent and LED lights?
  • Do objects rust quicker in salt water than in normal water?
  • How is sound produced?
  • Does age affect the capacity of lungs?
  • Which side of a plant's leaf takes in atmospheric gases?
  • What are antibubbles, and how do you make them?
  • What does a permanent marker contain?
  • What is the effect of temperature on conductivity and resistance?
  • What helps animals sense natural disasters?
  • What is bioaccumulation? Explain with examples.
  • How does foam help in extinguishing fire?
  • Study geotropism and phototropism in plants.
  • What role does algae play in an ecosystem?
  • What are the triggers for volcanic eruptions?
  • Explain the anomalous expansion of water.
You are always free to take help from your teachers while choosing good topics for your project work. Select a topic from the subject in which you are keenly interested. Put in your best efforts, so that it is appreciated by one and all.