Exhibit List for Awards

2017 guidelines for picking exhibits to judge  hide

The table below shows the status of all the entries we’ve received so far. We expect to update it every couple of days, as we receive new entries online or paperwork in the mail. You can use it to pick the exhibits you’d like to judge, before you come to the Fair.

Remember, on Fair Day the judging starts at 9:30 AM and ends no later than 2:00 PM when you must return your Green Sheet to the Sponsored Awards desk. You need to decide how many exhibits you can visit and interview in that time, and pick accordingly. The Award Planning page has a paragraph about how many exhibits a judge can handle.

Key to the table columns    hide

Exh.# /Div.

That's "Exhibit number or Division". The divisions are Junior Biological science (JB), Junior Physical (JP), Junior Teams (JT), Senior Biological (SB), and Senior Physical (SP). An exhibit number is just the division followed by a 2-digit serial number, like JT99. (Senior team exhibit numbers include a ‘T’, for example SBT99. Unlike the junior teams, they aren’t in a separate division.)
At first this column displays only the exhibit’s division. In the last week before the Fair, we assign exhibit numbers to the Accepted entries; by Wednesday or Thursday before the Fair, each exhibit will have its number. Each exhibit’s number is unique; it appears on the exhibit table and exhibit maps, on the score sheets (EISEF judging) and Green Sheets (sponsored award judging).

Status

Accepted: You can pick this exhibit to judge on Fair Day. Everything about the entry is in order; we’ll be ready for the student at Student Registration in Lindale Mall at 8:00 AM on March 18, 2017.
Pending: We received the student’s online entry; now we’re waiting to receive the entry’s signed paperwork. Once we receive the paperwork, we’ll the change the entry’s status to Accepted.
Disqualified: The student broke the rules and won’t be permitted to register or exhibit at the Fair. You shouldn’t pick this exhibit to judge.
Dropped: The student submitted the entry, then decided not to attend this year’s EISEF. You shouldn’t pick this exhibit to judge.

Student Name(s)

As you might expect, the name(s) of the student(s) who conducted the experiment and who you will interview.

Project Title and Description

These tell what the project is about, in the student’s own words. The title will appear on the exhibit, in the handouts you’ll receive on Fair Day, and elsewhere; it can be terse and uninformative. The description gives more detail; in the table, it appears below the title, in italics. Use both to help you pick projects you want to judge.

Adult Sponsor

The teacher or other adult who guided the student(s) in conducting the experiment and preparing the exhibit.

School and City

The student’s school and its location.

Entries received and processed through March 18, 2017.

Exh.# / Div.
Status
Student Name(s)
Project Title
and Description
Adult Sponsor
School and City
SB19 Accepted Manasa Pagadala Galmydar: A Metalloprobe for Monitoring Chemotherapeutic Resistance in Human Cancer Cells
My exhibit is about understanding the mechanism behing multidrug resistance in cancer cells and how it can be monitored.
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
SB01 Accepted Jolie Harryman The Long-Term Effects of Chemical and Organic Fertilizers on Soil Productivity and Soil
The purpose of my project is to determine how different types of fertilizer affect the long-term quality and productivity of Iowa soil. Furthermore to determine if certain types of fertilizers are causing the soil to lose nutrients.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SP13T Accepted Rebecca Pilcher & Christian Douthart Hydrogen: The New Age Renewable Energy Source
We made this project to help reduce our dependence on fossil fuels by using extracting a natural gas and use it to create electricity.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB07 Accepted Callum Beebe Manure Using, Methane Producing, Microbial Fuel Cells
My exhibit is about using Microbial Fuel Cells to produce electricity and methane using cow manure as the fuel.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB10 Accepted Kamryn Banks The Observation of Acid Precipitation with Planktonic Crustaceans and the Bioremediation of Fresh Water Pollutants Using Lemna minor
The purpose of my project is to determine if Lemna minor can act as a bioremediator using Daphnia magna to improve acidic environments.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB15 Accepted Mallory Markley The Effects of Various Essential Oils Compared to Chloramphenicol on Different Bacteria
The purpose of my project is to determine if oregano, eucalyptus, and tea tree oils can have the same effect of stopping and slowing the growth of bacteria as antibiotics do.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB20 Accepted Kortney Banks The Bioremediation of Polluted Environments with the Application of Chlorella vulgaris and Chlamydomonas Reinhardi Algae Phase II
The purpose of my project is to investigate the bioremediation of environments inhabited by Daphnia magna and polluted by acidic rain using Chlorella vulgaris and Chlamydomonas reinhardi algae.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB24 Accepted Lauren Starnes The Effects of Breast Milk on Staphylococcus Aureus, Staphylococcus Simulans, Micrococcus Luetus, and Streptococcus
The purpose of my project is to determine if different samples of breast milk will have any effect and or a neutralizing effect on the different bacteria's.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB28 Accepted Shannon Garrels The Effects of Bioorganic Chemical Materials on Staph.
My project is testing a number of different bioorganic chemicals with medicinal properties on Staph. to see if they will kill it.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB33 Accepted Mackenzie Winslow The Effects of Facial Cleansers and Sebum on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus simulans, Streptococcus, and Micrococcus luteus Phase III
The purpose of my project is to determine with facial cleanser terminates the most bacteria in three different oil levels: reduced level of facial oil, average level of facial oil, and elevated level of facial oil present. I am also testing which bacteria the facial cleansers have the greatest ...
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB37 Accepted Gloria Nelson The Compliancy in Cystic Fibrosis Between Hypertonic Saline and Pulmozyme Phase 2
I tested the effectiveness of Hypertonic Saline in different lung difficulties.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB01 Accepted Summer Brown What Not To Wear
I tested to see how the way you are dressed affects how you are perceived by those around you.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP05 Accepted Emily Sprouse Rapid Relief Part II
I wanted to see what tablet would dissolve the fastest in a mix of water and hydrochloric acid.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP12 Accepted Treyton Bainbridge Flammable Fabrics
I tested to see if liquid fabric softeners, or dryer sheets affected the flammability of different fabrics.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB04 Accepted Kalyn Tuttle Dissecting the Bank Shot
My exhibit is about testing what position on a basketball court is best for shooting bank shots.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT03 Accepted Abygale Sherman & Chloe Adkins Hopping Confused
My exhibit is about raising rabbits in different environments to see how it effects the way they act.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB08 Accepted Kylie Peck Heifer Hierarchy
My exhibit proves if higher ranking calves (beef) make more productive food choices.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB12 Accepted Kolbie Bass The Proof Is In The Prints Phase II
I wanted to test to see if gentics has an effect on fingerprint patterns.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB16 Accepted Aaron Plecker I See You, Do You See Me? Phase ll
My project is to see if dominate eyes effect athletic preformance, hand eye cordination, and accuracy and percision.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB20 Accepted Kelyn Grimm Which Poo Works For You? II
My exhibit is about the effect of manure on corn and soybeans.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT09 Accepted Anna Beebe & Lane Davis The Effects of Radiation on Zea mays and Rye
We wanted to see if microwaved radiation effects how a seed sprouts and grows.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP18 Accepted Cain Ehret Freezing Gummy Bears
My exhibit is about the effects of mass and how it will effect how it will freeze the gummy bears.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT16 Accepted Shea Scott & Mckenna Caviness Scientifically Extracting D.N.A from strawberries
My project is to see if it is possible to extra Deoxyribonuclecic Acid from strawberries like how scientist extract other things!
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT23 Accepted Jaelyn Boley & Kadence Nusbaum It's the Gall of it
Our project is about if fly galls give off a virus to a goldenrod plant.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB25 Accepted Avary Bartholomew Does it Cure?
The purpose of my is to see what substance cures the Agrobacterium tumefaciens in the corn the best.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB29 Accepted Jacob Ehret What Are Mberry's Used For
My exhibit is set up because I want to find out how Mberry's affect everyday life and what they are used for.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT31 Accepted Mackenzie Taylor & Zoe Dye How Much Baking Powder Do Quick Breads Need?
Our exhibit is the different amounts of baking powder, and how it affects our quick breads.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT37 Accepted Zoe Best & Cala Smith Rethink Your Drink
Our exhibit is about what the drinks we're testing do to your "teeth".
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB34 Accepted Myriah Baker Fruit Lotion
My exhibit is me trying to see which lotion people like better.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP24 Accepted Reece Kracht The Science of Spherification
My project is making edible spheres out of liquids.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT42 Accepted Owen Loeffler & Lukas Mcentee Are $300 Bats Better Than $20 Bats?
Our project is about the performance different types of baseball bats.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB38 Accepted Shelbie Frey Conflicting Mental Tasks Reveal About the Strop Effect
My exhibit is about the time difference between teenager and middle- aged people.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB40T Accepted Elizabeth McKinney & Faith Royer Does Peppermint Stimulate Cognitive Thinking?
Our project is about finding the effects of peppermint when in need of concentration.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB42 Accepted Faith Neeley Questioning Colors
My project shows how the stroop effect is related to reaction time
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB46 Accepted Patrick Lowe Mighty Mighty Memory
Testing different subjects to see if mnemonics work like they are supposed to.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB03T Accepted Brittany Evermon & Elizabeth Potratz The Effects of Acid Rain on Daphnia and Algae
In our exhibit, we applied acid rain to daphnia and algae cultures.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB08 Accepted Evylin Merydith Crude Oil on Aquatic Environments
My exhibit demonstrates the effects of crude oil on aquatic environments.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SP09T Accepted Corgan Ball & Justin Walte Nailed It: The Correlation between Gender, Age, and Frustration
Our exhibit tested frustration on people of different ages, and genders, to see which gets the most frustrated.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB17 Accepted Casey Abfalter-Dial ESP: Is Clairvoyance Real?
My project is about testing to see whether people can sense the future. To prove this, participants were asked to predict the scores that they and others would do on a test, along with the subject of their tests.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB25T Accepted Anne Kindhart & Austin Brown Music Vs. Work Completion
Our exhibit is about seeing if music affects how well you concentrate on your tests.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
JP28 Accepted Brooklynn Cormier SPF, UVB, What Does It Mean For Me? Pt. 2
My project is about the different effects between 5 different brands of sunscreen and expired and non-expired sunscreen.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB64 Accepted Chase Durbin Why Are Plants So Thirsty?
My exhibit is about seed plant growth with different types of water.
Rosa Schroeder Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT40 Accepted Chrissa Ahlen & Alicia Stephenson H2O Filter
Our exhibit is about how homemade water filters work.
Rosa Schroeder Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT45 Accepted Myah Kruse & Jyliyah Smutney Color or White?
Our exhibit is about whether colored or white candles burn faster.
Rosa Schroeder Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
SP Dropped Erik Smith Cycle of Fuel
my exhibit is about water to fuel to water
Jenny Hobbs Keota HS, Keota
SB36 Accepted Addie Brewer Lunch before or after recess?
My exhibit is about how much food waste there is when kids have recess before lunch versus recess after lunch.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
JP39 Accepted Layni Vessell The Science of Tsunamis
My exhibit is about how tsunamis work and why they happen.
Rosa Schroeder Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
SB Dropped Joe Swanstrom Moo-re Food
My exhibit is testing the calorie amount of the cattle feed
Jenny Hobbs Keota HS, Keota
SB45 Accepted Pranav Chhaliyil Efficiency of Nano GIFT Charcoal on Microbiome upon Oral Cleaning
My research is about how dental plaque formation is influenced by the microbiome change, in saliva and the tongue, upon different oral cleaning methods like toothpaste brushing, Nano Charcoal and tongue cleaning.
Barbara Hays Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP43 Accepted Lily Scott Homemade Fertilizers
My exhibit is about how to make homemade fertilizers for radish plants.
Rosa Schroeder Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP33 Accepted Wyatt Page 22 Cartridge Accuracy
My exhibit is about 22 caliber rifle cartridge accuracy.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB50 Accepted Cameron Younker Dream On
Do cognitively demanding activities effect the content of your dreams?
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB55 Accepted Kayla Livesay How Macronutrients Affect the Growth and Yield of Plants
My exhibit shows the affects of Macronutrients on the growth and yield of plants, as well as soil nutrients.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP40 Accepted Sarah Wixom Hair "Die?"
I am testing the effects different types of hair dye has on hair health.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB60 Accepted Ryan Wolf The Effects of Cover Crops on Soybean Size (Weight)
My exhibit is about farming with less of an environmental footprint.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT47 Accepted Cohyn Jury & Nathan Davidson Will You Bank, Swish, or Miss
We wanted to test if it was easier to bank or swish.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP49 Accepted Jonathan Gard Balloon Powered Car
I want to see kids can have fun with house hold item.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT44 Accepted Budhil Thijm & Johan Stokstad How Body Language Helps in Friendships
How you can use body language to help your relationships with others
Minca Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JT02 Accepted Dalton Jones & Kolton Krueger Temperaure on Battery Life
We are testing how long batteries last in different temperatures.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT06 Accepted Gage Yocum & Ashtin Tibbits Which Locations in our School Will Have the Most Bacteria?
Our project is testing 3 locations in our school that has the most bacteria.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT12 Accepted Aidan Ball & Layden Denning Which Cup Is Better?
We are testing cold and warm water against a name-brand thermal cup to an off-brand thermal cup. We are measuring to see which does a better job at keeping drinks cold and hot.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT18 Accepted Ella Johnson & Julia De Gala Which Can Hold More: Plastic or Aluminum?
We tested two type of boats, plastic and aluminum, testing to see which one can hold more mass.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JB47 Accepted Otto Boddicker How Dirty Are Your Mittens?
My project is about finding out how long bacteria lasts in mittens.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT13 Accepted Kaylie Watson & Kaydance Oliveski & Abby Wolter How Easily Can Your Password Be Hacked?
We tested how long it took for passwords to be hacked.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT24 Accepted Abigail Haage & Camryn Walte Gender Roles in Society
To see if there is still specific roles for both genders in society.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JB63 Accepted Haley Heberer Experimenting with the Golden Ratio
To see if the golden ration really makes you more appealing to the human eye.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT29 Accepted Anthony Potratz & Carson Sargent The Effects of Coloring on Hand-Eye Coordination
We hare having participants color on a daily basis to determine whether or not if it has any effect on hand-eye coordination.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT Dropped Kelsey Dupy & Paige Krome What Type of Light Works Best to Disinfect Water?
We used different types of lights to test which type of light kills bacteria in water the best.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT33 Accepted Sydney McCarron & Abby Thompson & Jadyn Scott Electrolyte Challenge
We tested drinks to find out how many electrolytes are in each drink.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT39 Accepted Schylar Grisham & Stephen Schultz Color Blindness
Our project is about finding color blindness in humans. We want to know more about the problem.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JP19 Accepted Gavin Cutler Which Types of Rocks Are Damaged by Ice?
My exhibit is a display showing the amount of weathering that occurs when igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks are exposed to cold weather (ice).
Karen Koenig Riverbend MS, Iowa Falls
SB Dropped Hannah Sprouse BioChar Remediation: The Reduction of Pesticides in Surface Run-Off
My exhibit is testing to see how well BioChar can collect and reduce the amount of herbicides that are in the run-off that has went through my filtration system.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP13 Accepted Zephan Abel Preserving a Georgia Hot
My exhibit is about the process involved in mummification.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SP08 Accepted Katie Bozer Amorphous Tellurium Dioxide Production and Characterization
My exhibit is about producing larger quantities of glassy tellurium dioxide, and understanding its properties through tests and measurements.
Sakinah Ellickson West HS, Iowa City
JP09 Accepted Colin Siemsen Sound in a Box
My exhibit is about the most effective materials used for sound proofing.
Minca Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB06 Accepted Kylie Kemper Plants Grow
My project is to see what soil do plants grow best in: MiracleGro, potting soil, or yard soil. I put the seeds in pots with the different soils, put the pots in a sunny environment, watered every 2 days, and measured once a week.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB11 Accepted Madison Meyer Can Plants Stop Erosion?
My project is how plants can stop erosion compared to just bare soil. I planted wheat, rye, and alfalfa.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB17 Accepted Shelby Penrod Musical Memories
I was testing whether or not listening to music would affect people's short-term memory. I found out that music kind-of affects memory. It only works on certain people in quiet environments.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP02 Accepted Kerridwen Roberts Dehydration of Apples
My project was about dyhydrating apples with different salts to see which is the most efficient.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP06 Accepted Kirsten Walz Are Swim Caps Overrated?
I tested to see if wearing a swim cap makes a swimmer faster or not. After many tests, it was clear that wearing a swim cap makes you a lot faster.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP11 Accepted Hayden Wolfe Homopolar Motors
Using batteries, wire, magnets, and a laser tachometer, I created a homopolar motor and measured the rotations per minute. The bigger the magnet, the more rotations per minute were recorded.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB21 Accepted Gavin Lorence Gamer's Memory
Testing the memory of gamers, occasional gamers, and non-gamers. There was only a minor difference between gamers and not.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB26 Accepted Olivia Shields The Chemistry of Tie Dye
I mixed different liquids with tie dye powder and I found which one of each group that people thought was most vibrant on a scale of 1-5.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
SP05 Accepted Alexandra Zelenski Increasing the Efficiency of a Nasal Epinephrine Delivery System
My exhibit is about increasing the efficiency of a nasal epinephrine delivery system through the usage of pretreatments such as ethanol or propylene glycol.
Elizabeth Sanning Burlington HS, Burlington
JB31 Accepted Kyla Smith The Sound
Participants reacted to different types of video game music and evaluate what emotions they felt. Results varied by video game.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT01 Accepted Max Alvarez & Damien Smith Elephant Toothpaste
We were trying to figure out if changing the percentage of hydrogen peroxide would affect the height of the elephant toothpaste geyser.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT05 Accepted Nikilah Garza & Isaiah Hoaglin Does Eye Color Affect Peripheral Vision?
We were testing to see how eye color affects peripheral vision by putting different color objects near the corner of their eye and having them tell us what color they saw.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT10 Accepted Kaylie McFadden & Sylvia Jerden Stain Busters
We tested which commercial brand stain remover works best on different variations of stains. Our results showed that Shout worked the best in removing the most types of stains.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB37 Accepted Madelyn Rashid "It's Not Fair!"
My project was about what age kids understand volume and numbers. The younger kids were very upset if I had more of something than they did, even though we had the same amount/volume. Older kids did not get as upset by this.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP21 Accepted Abram Lorence Bullets Matter
My exhibit is about the difference speeds of 22 long rifle rounds.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB48 Accepted Arianna Brantner The Color Rush
My exhibit is about how color effects blood pressure.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT11 Accepted Alexa Dingman & Kayla Box & Laura Mehmert Protein or Carbs, Which Comes First?
We tested 10 subjects to find out if you should eat carbs before protein or protein before carbs to minimize the increase of your blood glucose level.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity ES, West Point
JB53 Accepted Amy Wamsley Gray Water vs Water
My exhibit is about the effect of gray water and plant growth.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB Dropped Jacob Pothitakis BRUSHES, BRISTLES AND BRIGHT SMILES
My project is about using different kinds of tooth brushes to figure out what toothbrushes remove plaque off the teeth the best.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity ES, West Point
JB58 Accepted Emma Slater Doggie Doggie
My exhibit is a test to see if dogs understand English or tone of voice.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT32 Accepted Anna Sobczak & Ava Rashid VitaPlant
Our exhibit is about watering Wisconsin Fast Plants with vitamin C and B-12, to find out what effect it had on the plants.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JP25 Accepted Maria Delgadillo Brilliant Ice
My exhibit is about the effect of temperature on glowing ice
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT41 Accepted Alexis Stalcup & Jack Blint Guess Who?
We are testing bias against convicted criminals.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JB02 Accepted Kassi Randolph Pathogen Reduction Utilizing UVC Sterilization
My project is Pathogen Reduction Utilizing UVC Sterilization and we swabbed the bottom of two shoes and put it on two different agars and then put the two shoes on a UVC light for two minutes and swabbed them again and put it on the agars.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JT15 Accepted Lauren King & Taylor Barnes Move Your Feet to the Beat
OUr exhibit if the tempo of music affects running time.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT Dropped Raquel Schneider & Claire Brock Testing Egg-streme Eggs
my exhibit is about the strength the the egg shell.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JB43 Accepted Madelynn Schaefer Composite vs. Regular
I was testing to see whether people preferred composite faces to regular faces. I had several examples to show people and they had to choose between two choices.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT20 Accepted Morgan Meierotto & Emily Eid Will It Hold?
Our exhibit is about different bridge models and their strength.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT25 Accepted Nadia Boeding & Madelyn Swigart Can You HANDle the Heat?
Our exhibit is about temperature effecting hand warmer crystallization.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT30 Accepted Kylee Cashman & Olivia Cornelis From Trash to Gas
Our exhibit is about decomposed organic food matter and the amount of gas produced.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JP15 Accepted Jameria McCullough Convection Currents
I am trying to see what happens when I put red food coloring in hot water and blue food coloring in cold water and just room temperature water. My results came out kinda good but I think I should improve.
Becky Morey Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB35 Accepted Emily Boeding Relieving Stress
To see what relieves stress the best.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity ES, West Point
JT35 Accepted Kearstin Mason & Reyna Lampe Effects of Long Jump
Our exhibit is about the pre-jump distance ran and the resulting distance in the long jump.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JT Dropped Brooke Mueller & Abby Denning & Paige Wasielewski NOTHING TO SLIDE ABOUT
What causes avalanches and what can trigger them
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity ES, West Point
JT26 Accepted Mary Hellige & Rachel Menke & Taylor Nelson No Sink no Problem
To find out what hand cleaners work the best. Out of Huggies baby whips, Wet ones, and purell.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity ES, West Point
SP04 Accepted Maggie Walker Sodium Polyacrylate Used For Nitrate Runoff Prevention: Phase 2
My exhibit is about finding an environmentally friendly way to prevent nitrate runoff by using sodium polyacrylate as a lining around fields in comparison to a mixture within the crop fields.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
SB30 Accepted Josh Pieper The Effects of Vitamin B and Variable Feed rates on Piglet Birth weight
My exhibit is about improving piglet birth weight through the use of vitamin b-12 and using variable feed rates.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
SB46 Accepted Salena Sayre Bacterial Transformation Efficiency
My project is about Bacterial Transformation.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB23 Accepted Maria Schilling Curing Method a a Factor of Microbial Activity
I investigated microorganisms present on the surface of jerky (cured and uncured) of different ages in relation to uncured meat.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JB13 Accepted Vaisnavii Mohanraj Do hand sanitizers work to kill bacteria?
My topic is about bacteria. I will be comparing the effect of hand sanitizers and without hand sanitizers. I will be measuring the growth of bacteria.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
SB Dropped Justin Wessel Longitudinal Study of Correlation Between EPD Projections of Progeny Versus "HDi50K" Genomic Testing in Black Angus Cattle
My project is based on the positives and negatives of both "Hdi50K" and EPD to help farmers/ranchers help make breeding and buying selections.
Cherly Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JB19 Accepted Habib Saine The Effects of Title on Opinion
My exhibit is to demonstrate how a title affects someone's opinion.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
SP10 Accepted Aaron Wills Engineered Environmental Containment: Using Lemna minor L. to Reduce Nitrate Levels in Aquatic Environments
My exhibit is about engineering an aquatic containment system that is able to contain a duckweed. Then use the duckweed to reduce the nitrate and phosphate levels in aquatic environments.
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP14 Accepted Abbigail Johnson Soil Texture VS Soybeans
My project is about how soil texture affects how fast and how strong soybeans grow.
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB02 Accepted Brooke Finney Calling It Quits: Phase 3
I tested the difference in lung capacity between COPD patients and people that have no history of smoking.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB13 Accepted Brooklyn Pardall The Analysis of Iowa's Honeybees and the Effects of Apis Mellifera on Glycine Max
Throughout my project, I describe how soybeans are effected by the honeybee's pollen. I also analyze and show the drastic decline in the bee population, demonstrating the overall need for them.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB21 Accepted Taylor Harrison What is the effect of polyethylenes on Glycine Max?
My exhibit is testing the possible effects of common plastics in a landfill on soybeans.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB14 Accepted Shelby Westhoff Microbial Inactivation By Ultraviolet Light For Bovine Milk Phase II
My project is about the effect of ultraviolet light on milk as a way of reducing possible microbial contamination.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
SP01 Accepted Megan Ertl The Effect of Material Selection on Evaporative Pattern Processes
My exhibit is about implementing 3D printed plastic into the evaporative pattern metal casting process.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JB07 Accepted Alex Dix Which Growing Medium Grows Seeds the Fastest?
My exhibit is about testing which growing medium (dirt from ground, potting soil, homemade potting soil, and an aquaponics system) will grow seeds the fastest. I used two different types of chives seeds for this project.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SP06 Accepted Nicole Schilling Longitudinal Evaluation of Sinkhole Attributes Phase II
This project involved a longitudinal study of the size changes in sinkholes in Eastern Iowa. Water quality was also tested in order to understand changes in two different sinkholes.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JB03 Accepted Jordan Vorwaldt I'm Going on a Counting Spree
My exhibit is about which kind of water the microscopic organsims, Chilomonas, like most, and using a microscope to see count them.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SP11 Accepted Marcus Schneider Cover Crop and Tillage Effect on Soil Erosion Properties
This study involved comparisons of various soils containing cover crops with those not using cover crops. I also looked at the impacts of till versus no-till on soil attributes.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JP01 Accepted Payton Stevens Rethink What You Drink
My exhibit is about what drinks stain your teeth the most.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP04 Accepted Karissa Moeller Breathe In, Breathe Out
My exhibit is about the difference of lung capacity between boys and girls in sixth grade.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT14 Accepted Jacob Hohl & Gannon Wells Fruit Freshness
Our exhibit is about which bag or container will keep fruit fresh the longest.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SP07 Accepted Lily Fuger Evaluation of the Leaching of Bisphenol A (BPA) from Preservative Plastic Coatings: Phase III
My exhibit is about the leaching of the plastic chemical BPA from preservative linings in tin cans.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JB10 Accepted Gracey Genkinger Can LED Lights Affect Sooybeans?
I wondered if colored LED lights can affect soybean growth under non-natural lights rather than natural (sun) light I wondered if it would take longer time to grow under the following colors: blue, green, yellow, and white.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT27 Accepted Grant Anderson & Keating Fuger Solar Heater: Which Material Works Best?
Our exhibit is a solar heater that we designed to determine which product retained the most heat; aluminum foil or black paint.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT04 Accepted Emily Barnhardt & Shane Barnhardt I Don't Want Germs on my I-Phone
We wanted to know if Lysol or Zeiss Lens Cleaning Wipes works best at cleaning iPhone germs.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB15 Accepted Paisley Grafton Can temperature affect your blood sugar?
I had people put their hands in room temperature, ice, and a heating pad to see if blood sugar levels change when the temperature changes.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB29T Accepted Kristyn Eaves & Emily Fuller Does Nicotine Kill the Green?
Our exhibit is about the effect of nicotine on Brassica rapa plants.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JP07 Accepted Olivia Tennant Here Fishy Fishy
My exhibit is about the effect of a pond's surroundings on the amount of dissolved oxygen in its water.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP10 Accepted Jesse Weaver Brightest bulb for your buck
I found out which bulb produces the most amount of light while using the least amount of electricity and costing the least.
Andrea Hopp Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB22 Accepted Emmy Liu Imagine That!
My experiment is about how age affects creativity. I have tested a LOT of people in several different age groups.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB28 Accepted Xandra Abel Biomimicry
My project is about changing the contact angle to prevent bacterial growth.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB27 Accepted Autumn Watson eggcelent eggperiments!
my experiment is soaking eggs in vinegar and then in other various liquids to change the form of the eggs.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
SP02 Accepted Summer Smith Reducing Phosphates in Natural Waterways: Phase IV
My exhibit is primarily about using natural soaps instead of detergents for doing laundry. Using a natural soap instead of a detergent can help reduce phosphates in surrounding waterways.
Alici Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JB33 Accepted Finn Winn Bousquet Do LGBTQ youth have more anxiety than Non-LGBTQ youth?
My exhibit is about the differences in anxiety between LGBTQ youth and Non-LGBTQ youth.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JT21 Accepted Bella Poppe & Mya Schmitz How Sweet is It?!
Our exhibit is about testing the percentage of sugar in a 2-litter bottle of soda.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JB32 Accepted Jessie Newbanks How do Microwaves Affect the Growth of Plants?
My exhibit is about the growth of plants after the seeds were exposed to microwaves.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB39 Accepted Drishikaa Thimmaiah A Novel Method for Managing Waste
My exhibit is about managing food waste to stop too much waste going to the landfills.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP08 Accepted Ace Meierotto How Tough is Your Hair.
testing hair gel
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JP36 Accepted Michael Hellman Packing a Punch
My experiment is seeing what packing materials work the best.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JT07 Accepted Grant Timm & Dominic Dupoux Which ice cream melts the fastest
our experiment is about which ice cream melts the slowest/fastest.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP48 Accepted Tessa Gendron Ibuprofen
My exhibit is about how quickly different types ibuprofen dissolve.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JB09 Accepted Siri Pothula What drinks stain your teeth the most?
My exhibit is about how chemical items in drinks effect the coloration of teeth.
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
JB Dropped Taylor Sylvester Garbage Plants
My exhibit is testing whether green bean plants can grow in different environments of garbage.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JP17 Accepted Josh Ellis "Ca"n It Dissolve?
The purpose of this project was to determine if different calcium products farmers use have different dissolubillity and availability for the plant to use.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT38 Accepted Grace Hulsebus & Chyane Davidson Rainbow of Peas
Our experiment explains how light going through different colors of cellophane affect the growth of pea plants.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB36 Accepted Aidan Boyer Will an Organic Solution Cure Goss's Wilt? Phase 2
I infected corn with Goss's Wilt and then tried to see if spraying a cure of garlic or horseradish solution would sure it.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB40 Accepted Macy Watkins Phytoremediation: Elodea vs. Duckweed
My project is about how elodea and duckweed plants absorb copper sulfate by using phytoremediation.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP20 Accepted Pierson Westfall How Clean Is Clean?
My exhibit is about the effectiveness and safety of organic and regular household chemicals. It involves how much bacteria was left after cleaning a surface and testing the pH levels of the chemicals and controls.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP23 Accepted Quenten Tweedy Homopolar Train
I tested to see if adding additional magnets to the ends of the battery would would make the homopolar 'train' go faster.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP32 Accepted Claire Wills To Dissolve or Not to Dissolve... That Is the Question, Phase III
My project is about whether ibuprofen soft gels dissolve faster in an apple juice/stomach acid mixture, or in just plain stomach acid.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB35 Accepted Madison Barnhardt Phase III: There's a Science Experiment in my Stomach!
My exhibit is about Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and the best remedy to neutralize stomach acid which is saving money and lives.
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JP35 Accepted Carolyn Daw A Breath of Fresh Air: Air Particles & Air Quality
My exhibit is about the quality of the air people breathe and if air is carrying air debris and how much it is carrying.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT46 Accepted Avree Tweedy & Lauren Graber What Font Color Attracts an Eye?
Our exhibit looks at what font color catches the eye when asked to find an alphanumeric at quick glance. We wanted to determine if one color sticks out to the majority of those tested more than another color.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP30 Accepted Dylan Estrada Heat In Colors
My exhibit is about the amount of heat absorbed by colored paper.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB44 Accepted Grace Houser The Effect of Music on Memory
My project is about how different genres of music affect your memory.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB49 Accepted Hailey Alvis Lighting up Brassica Rapa
My exhibit is about the effects of a normal light and a grow light on brassica rapa's growth, in soil and in water beads.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB23T Accepted Abby Wittkamp & Sara Dodge & Zakk Getz How Lysol and Febreze Affect the Growth of Escherichia coli
Our exhibit compares the impact bacterial resistance has on Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Febreze Fabric Refresher's ability to kill Escherichia coli when on a porous environment.
Elizabeth Sanning Burlington HS, Burlington
JB54 Accepted Serenity Haynes How Much Bacteria Are on Restaurant Menus? Phase III
I wanted to see if using a Lysol cleaner would lower the percent of bacteria growth on restaurant menus. I also tried to identify those bacterium.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP26 Accepted Ruger Smith Bullet Bonanza
My exhibit is about testing to see what brand of .22 caliber bullets is the most consistent.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP38 Accepted Emily Schorr Light Reflectivity
My exhibit is about the reflectivity of snow, soil, and salt water. I am trying to make a relationship to global warming.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB38 Accepted Mason Burlage Inhibition of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum via Cover Crop, Coniothyrium minitans, and Foliar Application
My project is about using cover crops and other compounds as a fungicidal application.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JB Dropped Alesha Hellman Temperature on Soybean Germination
Growing soybeans on various temperatures.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JB45 Accepted Elan Jenkins What cleaning product works the best?
I saw what cleaning product out of bleach, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, full circle all purpose cleaning product, Scrubbing bubbles all purpose cleaning product cleaned a computer keyboard the best.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
SP15 Accepted Adam Wessels Longitudinal Analysis of Water Quality from the North Fork Watershed of the Maquoketa River
This is a study of water quality during a period pre-construction thru post-construction near Highway 20 on the North Fork of the Maquoketa River. Analysis of various data was made using hydrologic unit data and self-gathered data points regarding water quality.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman HS, Dyersville
JT19 Accepted Liam Soares & Romil Patel How does sound effect people's emotions?
We compared the way different music samples affected people's emotions through a short survey.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB51 Accepted Lily Fenton Does Your Eye Color Affect Your Vision?
I tested people with vision tests for shade of color, reading letters at a distance, and looked correlations with melanin (based on eye color).
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP47 Accepted Shristi Sharma How Easily Can Your Password Be Hacked?
My exhibit is about the strength of different lengths of passwords and how to create a secure password.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB05 Accepted Adel Cynolter Does Color Affect Your Mood?
I tested whether looking at a colored piece of paper for 15 seconds will affect subjects' moods.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP Dropped Sage Cenatori Paint That Conducts Electricity
I tested the effectiveness of electric paint by measuring the voltage for different thicknesses of the paint.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP41 Accepted Aleaya Klesner Environmental Water Problems
My project was to see if amounts of chemicals (iron, pH, ammonia, phosphate, nitrite, nitrate, and lead) in ponds and rivers would be affected over a six month time period.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB59 Accepted Skylar Halley Nervous Habits
I conducted a survey about nervous habits to find which of 10 nervous habits are most common among middle schoolers.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JP45 Accepted David Ellinghaus Sound Dampening
I am testing how acoustic foam effects microphone recordings.
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB57 Accepted Brianna Gruntmeir Close En-Counter with the Bacterial Kind
My project is about bacteria on raw meats and on countertops. I tested the meats on the countertops to see which meat had the most bacterial colonies. I also tested the bacteria on the countertops to determine which would be cleanest.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT Dropped Ann Nonymous & Toby Determined Circumfrential Insolubility as Related to Somnambulation
The experiment dealt with the inability of a disassociated member of a team being able to sleep.
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JP22 Accepted Ethan Jasper Which Bridge Can Hold the Most Weight?
I built three bridges: beam, arch, and truss with straws and tape, and paperboard. I tested them with marbles to find out when they collapsed (due to torque).
Dominica Borg Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB61 Accepted Kailey Cannon A Human's Touch
My exhibit is about the bacteria on food after a person touches it.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP44 Accepted Gavin Moeller Water Purity
My exhibit is about testing specific particles in my towns' tap water. I found that there were no major amounts of the particles I tested in the water.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB65 Accepted Hannah Leech Did You Catch That?
My exhibit is about testing the accuracy of eyewitness testimony over a two day time period.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP50 Accepted Jolene Snider Thick or Thin
I am testing to see how different kinds of blankets affected the temperature of the horse.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB18 Accepted Wyatt Hellman Wingspan vs. Swimming Speed
I checked the body structure vs. swimming speed
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
SB26 Accepted Hermela Gebremariam The Search for Antibiotic-Producing Microbes
My exhibit is about antibiotic-producing microbes. I tested several soil samples to see if I could find any bacteria/fungus that would produce antibiotics.
Girma Tessema Fairfield HS, Fairfield
SP12 Accepted Vidya Mullangi A Novel 3-D Engineered Solution for Congenital Microtia of the Ear
My project involves using 3-d engineering to form an artificial ear and canal and then testing the ability of it to transmit sound using a sound probe to detect the sound.
Elizabeth Sanning Burlington HS, Burlington
JP29 Accepted Ellie Herdrich Mulch on Moisture: Phase 2
I tried to figure out if natural or store bought mulches retained more moisture.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB41T Accepted Nyah Taylor-Butcher & Cecile Bendera Do People Recognize Their Own Race Better Than Others?
Our project is about trying to find a correlation between a person's own race and his or her's ability to correctly identify differences in people of other races versus his or her own.
Sakinah Ellickson Iowa City HS, Iowa City
JP16 Accepted Vrindha Vegiraju SecureWL - Secure Water Leak
My project is about smartly detecting water leaks on the property. Using low cost Internet of Things Devices and physical science concepts on conduction properties of water, I will build a smart water leak system to notify property owners of flooding in near real-time.
Anil Kumar Pleasant Valley JHS, Bettendorf
SB06 Accepted Andrew Hockenberry The Observations of the Effects of Dissolved Oxygen and Nitrate on Betta splendens Behavior.
This exhibit analyses the observations of various Betta splendens behavior in varying levels of nitrate and dissolved oxygen.
William Hansen Winfield Mt Union, Winfield
SB12 Accepted Brock Fricke Analysis of Lemna minor Growth in Various Water Quality Treatments
This exhibit was a qualitative and quantitative investigation on the growth of Lemna minor in varying concentrations of E-coli, nitrate, and ammonium sulfate.
William Hansen Winfield Mt Union, Winfield
SB44 Accepted Emily Box HbA1c, Bicarbonate Dentifrice, and the Potential of Hydrogen
The purpose of this project is to compare the difference between pH levels of saliva in diabetic test subjects in comparison groups of HbA1c levels of 6.0%-6.9%, 7.0%-7.9%, 8.0%-8.9%, and non-diabetic groups after brushing with non-baking soda dentifrice and baking soda dentifrice.
Ernie Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Ft Madison
JP Dropped Ayla Carter White Vs Colored Candles
My exhibit is about whether color affects burning time.
Kelly Hackett Ft Madison MS, Ft Madison
JB24 Accepted Style Haeffner Analyzing The Differences In The Biomass of Soybeans When Growing In Different Growing Densities.
My Project looks at growing densities in hydroponics of soybeans. I am looking at the biomass and how densities are affected.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB Dropped Clayton Haffner Analyzing Vitamin C in Helianthus
I am exploring Vitamin C content in sun flowers at different stages. I will also look at Iron content in the microgreen process.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB Dropped Darien Pidgeon A Comparison of Fodder and Feed
I am looking at Rye Fodder and if it is a good alternative to feed.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB Dropped Sydney Johnson Effect of Cigarette Filters on Smoke
I compared types of cigarettes and the amount of tar collected in different types of filtered cigarettes
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB Dropped Grace Palmatier Will Reducing Your Heart Rate Before a Run Improve Your Times
I am looking at bringing your heart rate down before a run to improve your times. I will use calming tea and motivational movies.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SP Dropped Emma Snavely & Kate Luers Electrolytes in Milk and How They Compare to Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats
We looked at different milks and their electrolytes and how they compared with their fat, sugar and protein contents.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB27 Accepted Sierra Kelman The Effects of Energy Drinks on Mice's Learning Skills and Overall Living Habits
I explored how Energy drinks effect learning skills of mice and watched there overall health.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB05 Accepted Maram El-Geneidy Is the Expression of ASICs Altered in Mouse Sensory Neurons with High-Intensity Exercise Training?
My exhibit is about the effect of high-intensity exercise training on ASIC expression in mouse sensory neurons.
Mai Shehata Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
JB18 Accepted Maddie Black Wanted: Thawed and Alive
My project is about finding the dead or alive rate in frozen cattle semen.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JP03 Accepted Arron Silvers Lock and Load
My exhibit is about how muzzle velocity affects the penetration of a hollow point bullet.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SB09T Accepted Miguel Jacobo & Paulina Solis & Luz Martinez Investigation of Possible Disease Causing Variants in FGFR1
My exhibit is about variants in the protein FGFR1 and if they are pathogenic or benign
Olivia Symmonds West Liberty HS, West Liberty
JP46 Accepted Darya Acas How Does a Pyramid's Design Affect the Time to Fall?
My exhibit is about pyramids during earthquakes.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
JB62 Accepted Carson Stetter Tasty Visions
My topic is looks at whether the sense of sight effects the sense of taste.
Chelsea Thordarson EBF Schools, Eddyville
JP14 Accepted Lauren Wells Fire Or fresh
My exhibit looks at different detergents and how fast each will burn and ignite.
Chelsea Thordarson EBF Schools, Eddyville
JB14 Accepted Lochlan Krupa Talking to Plants: The Effect of Emotional Environment on Plant Height
My exhibit is about how speaking to plants with a tone of anger or encouragement affects their height.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
JP27 Accepted Hatcher VanSteenWyk Which Kitty Litter Clumps the Best?
My exhibit looks at which kitty litter is best and which one clumps the best.
Chelsea Thordarson EBF Schools, Eddyville
JP42 Accepted Anna Hodgkins Wifi Signal Strength
My exhibit looks at which household materials block wifi.
Chelsea Thordarson EBF Schools, Eddyville
JT Dropped Makenzie Dahlstrom & Kaelisa Garr Which Material Insulates Hot Coffee Best?
My exhibit looks at which materials insulate hot liquids best.
Chelsea Thordarson EBF Schools, Eddyville
JT08 Accepted Keiko Radley & Isabel Jurgens Studying the Effects of Acid on Rocks
My exhibit is about how treating rocks with acid affects mass, volume, and density.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
JT Dropped Jessica Alberhasky & Jocelyn Ankenmann Does Competition Affect Memory?
My exhibit is about whether students remember more words from a list under competitive or non-competitive circumstances.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
JB52 Accepted Flora Morris-Downing Perception of Time
My exhibit is about how seventh grade boys and girls perception of time depends on exercise or resting.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
SB Dropped Hannah Hoenig The Effect of Glucose on Physarum Polycephalum
My exhibit is about how different levels of sugar can effect physarum polycephalum
Alicia Schiller Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JT Dropped Alex Brow & Madeleine Boscaljon How Rocket Engines Compare in Thrust
My exhibit is about testing types of model rocket engines performance in terms of average velocity, top velocity, and time at top velocity.
Bennett Brown South East JHS, Iowa City
SB Dropped Shelby Russell Are Alternative Methods of Toothpaste Effective?
In my project i am looking at products that are alternatives to tooth paste and seeing if they kill bacteria and if so could they be a help in third world countries.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
JP37 Accepted Landon Harl How Can You Use Tension to Change a String's Pitch?
This is a project about using tension to change the pitch of a string. I made a test fixture to simulate a guitar for the tests.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JT17 Accepted Maddie Bemis & Anne Meier The Cold Truth
Our topic is about tumbler water bottles and which one would keep the water the coldest. We used 5 of different types to see which one had the best vacuum insulation.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SB32 Accepted Grace Sampson Detection of Staphylococcus aureus Prevalence in the Quad Cities' Genesis Hospitals
My exhibit is the evaluation of cultures grown from Genesis hospitals.
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
JB56 Accepted Ian Silvers Feed Me Seymour
My science fair project is on the Venus flytrap and how fast it digests insects.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SB43 Accepted Dwira Nandini The Effect of Color on Memory Retrieval
In this experiment, it shows the relation between light and dark colours and memory retrieval.
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
SB31 Accepted Andres Garcia Computational optimization of a complement inhibitor to treat renal disease
My exhibit is focused on using computational simulations to understand and optimize the interaction of a cyclic peptide inhibitor with complement protein C3. My long term goal is to improve treatments for rare renal diseases.
Olivia Symmonds West Liberty HS, West Liberty

Count of entries by division & status  

Accepted Pending Disqualified Dropped Total
JB6300366
JP4800250
JT4200749
SB3900948
SP1400216
All Divisions2060023229

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