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What is a “science project”? A science project is a controlled experiment, or a student proposed new theory based on library or experimental research, or a new concept, invention, program, or design (engineering). A science project is NOT a report about an area of science. A science project is NOT building a model that demonstrates something, unless the point of the project is a new engineering design. Models of volcanoes, or of the solar system, or of the heart are not science projects. Use of a model to demonstrate a new theory or finding is, however, acceptable.

 

Check the Links page for websites that can help you with how to do a science project – from finding a topic to presenting your work.

 


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