One Hundred Award-winning Science Fair Projects
Science is at work everywhere--in the kitchen, up in the sky, down in the ground, and all around us in plants, animals, machines, even the mind. Here are 100 ways to show how it works and come out tops at your school fair, too. Stir up chemical magic and turn a copper pot green with oxidation; prove computers emit radio waves; and create virtual 3-D with a polarized lens. "A reliable, useful purchase."-"-School Library Journal. "Take a look at this one. It's worth your time."--"Science Books &Film.
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