AFTER you've done your research and concluded your experiments, it is time to prepare for the science fair. Ask specific questions about preparing for a science fair, including how to set up your display board, how to prepare a presentation, etc. (Please post questions about selecting a project or conducting your experiment by posting in the appropriate "area of science" forum.)
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I don't know what to do. THis project is of Diabetes in a specific cultural community. What can I do? All ideas will be appreciated. Thank you.
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- Joined: Mon Feb 04, 2013 1:37 pm
- Occupation: Student
- Project Question: Diabetes in the Indo-Canadian Society
- Project Due Date: Feb.12
- Project Status: I am just starting
It sounds like you have a very specific topic and study group for your project.
The Canadian Diabetes Association is a great source for information about your study group (http://www.diabetes.ca/search/results/? ... &sa=Search
) and reading through some of the literature might help you find a questions that is interesting. For example, Are you interested in questions regarding changes in prevalence of diabetes in this group? Are you interested in comparing prevalence of diabetes between different groups living in Canadian or between Indo-Canadians and people living in India?
The website for the Public Health Agency of Canadian might also be a helpful resource because it contains demographic data for different chronic diseases (e.g. type 2 diabetes) at http://126.96.36.199/surveillance/
I hope that this helps.
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- Occupation: Graduate student
- Project Question: Science Fairs are Awesome!
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- Project Status: Not applicable
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