Did You Do One of These Science Projects?
Share Your Science Project Experience and Be Entered in Our iTunes Giveaway
We are giving away iTunes gift cards!
Students who completed one of the projects below could win one of ten $50 iTunes gift cards! To enter our random drawing, students need to complete the following steps by March 21:
- Make sure you have a free Science Buddies account. (To register for a free Science Buddies account, sign up here.)
- Click the link below for the project you did.
- Sign in to your Science Buddies account.
- Complete the "I Did this Project" form. (Note: to be entered in the giveaway, you must upload a photo when completing the form. Your photo can be of your project display board or a photo from the experiment itself. Stock photos will not be considered.)
- Look for the list of winners in our April newsletter!
- Are We There Yet? Test How Migratory Birds Navigate
- BLAST into the Past to Identify T. Rex's Closest Living Relative
- Blasting Flu Viruses
- Computational Exploration of Protein Function
- Correlation of Coronal Mass Ejections with the Solar Sunspot Cycle
- Do Migratory Birds Like It Hot?
- Finding the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy Using Globular Star Clusters
- Harbor Porpoise Movement
- Harmful Algal Blooms in the Chesapeake Bay
- Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Saving Migratory Birds
- Hurricanes and Climate
- Investigate Native Plant Evolution with Chloroplast Sequencing
- The Milky Way and Beyond: Globular Clusters
- Using the Solar & Heliospheric Observatory Satellite (SOHO) to Measure the Motion of a Coronal Mass Ejection
- Using the Solar & Heliospheric Observatory Satellite (SOHO) to Determine the Rotation of the Sun
- Neanderthals, Orangutans, Lemurs, & You-It's a Primate Family Reunion!
- Swimming in Acid: Understanding Ocean Acidification
- The Cancer Genome Anatomy Project
- The Tree of Life - I
- The Tree of Life - II
- Use DNA Sequencing to Trace the Blue Whale's Evolutionary Tree
- Watch Out! That Wild Animal Might Be Rabid!
- Water to Fuel to Water: The Fuel Cycle of the Future
- What is the Woolly Mammoth's Closest Living Relative?
- With A Little Bread as Bait Can You Make a Bird Migrate?
(Note: Contest open to U.S., K-12 students. Entries will be verified and follow-up questions regarding the project may be asked. Authentic photo from student's project is required. Entries accepted until March 21, 2011.)
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