Exhibit List for Judges

2018 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.

Things to consider:

  • We ask you to judge exhibits in only one division.
    • You can sort the exhibit table on the "Exh.# /Div." column, which will segregate the exhibits by division.
  • We ask you to plan to judge at least 5 exhibits—more, if you can.
    • Pick several extras, in case the ones you prefer have dropped out or are fully subscribed before you can sign up.
  • When picking exhibits to judge, avoid conflicts of interest—or the appearance of them.
    • Don’t judge an exhibit if the student or adult sponsor is a relative, friend, or neighbor.
    • Avoid judging exhibits from a school in your neighborhood, that your children (or grandchildren) attend now, or that you or they used to attend.
    • It’s probably easiest if you just pick exhibits from cities other than your own.
  • Early arrivals get their pick of the exhibits and the doughnuts. Sign-up for divisions and exhibits is first come, first served. The later you arrive and register, the more likely that the division or exhibits that you prefer will already be fully subscribed.
  • All the students deserve to be properly judged. To ensure that happens, we may need you to judge exhibits or a division that you would prefer not to.
    • As the Exhibit Counts by Division table on our Statistics Page shows, we always have many more junior exhibits than seniors, so we need many more junior judges. Please consider judging a junior division.
      • Even if you have your heart set on judging seniors, consider picking some exhibits in a junior division, so you're ready to go if we have to draft you as a junior judge.
    • If this is your first or second year as an EISEF judge, plan to judge in a junior division. Consider this part of your apprenticeship in judging.

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 17, 2018.
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 14, 2018.

Exh.# / Div.
Status
Student Name(s)
Project Title
and Description
Adult Sponsor
School and City
SB50 Accepted Treyton Bainbridge Shopping for Sickness
Testing different stores to see how much bacteria the stores have, and which stores bacteria is most resistant.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SP16T Accepted Wyatt Page & Bryce Winslow Oil Efficiency in Engines
Our project is about which oil is best in engines.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB07T Accepted Anna Beebe & Mya Batten The Effects of Radiation on Zea Mays in a Natural Environment
The purpose of our project is to help people understand how radiation affects the sprout and growth of Zea Mays.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB45 Accepted Brooklynn Cormier The Effects of Ethyl Alcohol on Common Hand Bacteria: E coli, Staphylococcus epidermis, and Pseudomonas fluorescens
The purpose of my exhibit is to determine which type of antibacterial product eliminates the largest percentage of common hand bacteria and to see which type of bacteria is most affected by each product.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB40 Accepted Kamryn Banks The Observation of Surface Runoff with Planktonic Crustaceans and the Bioremediation of Freshwater Pollutants Using Lemna minor and Chlorella vulgaris: Phase II
My project is about the effects of surface runoff on Daphnia magna and the bioremediation of these pollutants using duckweed and algae.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB35 Accepted Lauren Starnes The Effects of Breast Milk on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Micrococcus luteus, and Streptococcus salivarus Phase III
My project is about the effects of breast milk on Agrobacterium tumefaciens in Zea maize. I am trying to identify if breast milk can break down a plant cell as well as an animal cell.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB Dropped Ian Peacock Effects of Single Foods on Product Growth in Aquaponics
This project is about how foods at the store or you can make, can compare to what is used commercially
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB31 Accepted Kelyn Grimm The Effects of Solid and Liquid Biochar on The Growth Zea mays and Glycine max.
My project is about testing solid and liquid biochar on Zea mays and Glycine max.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SP08 Accepted Ace Padget Ionic Lifter
My project is about ionization of air particles to generate lift.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB53 Accepted Jarrod Keller The Eradication of Dirt Molecules using "Green" Materials
My experiment was to find an environmentally safe "Green" cleaner that works as well as bleach and is safer and to the environment and is cheaper.
Jenny Hobbs Keota HS, Keota
JT Dropped Jacob Ehret & Bruce Claman How Corrosive Is Sulfuric Acid?
We are testing how objects are effected by sulfuric and nitric acid.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT03 Accepted Jaelyn Boley & Kadence Nusbaum Comparing Fertilizers and Boichar to Plant Growth
The purpose of our project is to determine which manure helps produce the best garden plants along with different percentages of Biochar.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT07 Accepted Cohyn Jury & Nathan Davidson The Effects of Solid and Liquid Biochar on Zea Mays Growth?
Our project is figuring out what type of Biochar works best for Corn and what amount of Biochar works best for corn.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB04 Accepted Avary Bartholomew Does it cure it completely?
The purpose of my project is to see which substances cure Agrobacterium tumefaciens the best.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP02 Accepted Reece Kracht The Science of Spherification Phase II
In my project, I am testing to see if fruit and vegetable juices and medicine spherify. Spherification is the process of turning a liquid into a edible sphere with a gel membrane and a liquid middle.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT12 Accepted Owen Loeffler & Lukas McEntee Bioremediation Using Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii and Chlorella Vulgaris
Our project is about testing the transmittance and pH levels in different types of algae when combined with different pH levels.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB08 Accepted Emma Charbonneau Treatments of Antibiotics When Introduced to Common Bacteria
My project is testing to see which Antibiotics will stop the growth of common bacteria the best.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT34 Accepted Isabel Allen & Megan Heisel Homemade Bath Bombs Vs. Store Bought Bath Bombs
Our project is about homemade bath bombs and store bought bath bombs. We bought 3 store bought and made 3 homemade.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP Dropped Hannah Cochran What Weather Factors Create Radiation Fog
My Project is about making fog in a jar and finding the differences between all kind of fog.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB15 Accepted Faith Neeley The Effects of Radiation on Living Organisms
My project is about microwave radiation and how it affects the world around us. I tested how microwave radiation affects, radish seeds, yeast, and bacteria.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB21 Accepted Zoe Best The Effects of Facial Cleansers on the Growth of Escherichia Coli
My project is about which facial cleanser will best slow down the growth of Escherichia Coli.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT16 Accepted Mckenna Caviness & Shea Scott The Testing Of Daphnia Magna When Introduced To Runoff And Motor Oils
Our exhibit is about Testing the heart rate of daphnia magna when introduced to runoff and motor oils.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP07 Accepted Mackenzie Taylor Science of Spherification
My project is testing the addition of sodium citrate, and changing the pH levels.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT39 Accepted Judy LaRue & Shayna Snook LaserJet Toner:Magnetic Fluid
Our project is about testing Ferrofluid with different types of oils, seeing if the Ferrofluid are still magnetized with the oils.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB25 Accepted Maddie Meixner Natural Fish Habitats VS Synthetic Fish Habitats
My project is testing the pH levels, Nitrite levels, and Nitrate levels of synthetic and natural fish habitats.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT Dropped Grant Lilley & Dominic Meierotto Can Plants Stop Soil Erosion?
The purpose of our project is to see if plants can stop erosion, we are going to try to figure out what plant best stops erosion. What prevents erosion better big rooted plants or big leafed plants or both combined.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP14 Accepted Eli Padget Gravity and Its Effects on Electricity and Its Wattage
The purpose of my project about if Gravity affects the power of electricity, and how much gravity affects the power of electricity.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP18 Accepted Keagan Winslow Electrolyte Challenge: Orange Juice vs Sports Drink
The purpose of my project is to find out what electrolytes do in your body, if sports drinks or juices have an advantage over water and if this matters for exercise.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT43 Accepted Mykala Ehret & Emma Phelps Slime Time
The purpose of our project is to see if borax affects the stretchiness of the slime. Also to see what is in borax that makes slime. Our project will help society to understand how the different products in the slime will make your slime stretchy.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB30 Accepted Ryan Baker Do People Prefer 360ø Videos or 2D Videos?
The purpose of my project is to find out how different generations/genders will react to virtual reality.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB35 Accepted Annabelle Cormier Which Acne Medication Can Really Zap That Zit?
The purpose of my project is to find what acne medication best treats E.coli.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT21 Accepted Cayden Summers & Wyatt Mertens Study The Effect of Fertilizer on Algae Growth
The purpose of our project is to study how different levels of nitrogen effect algae growth.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT25 Accepted Bailey Page & Kaylee Jensen Are Fingerprints Inherited
Our project is to see if there are any similarities in non related pairs or related pairs of fingerprints.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB40 Dropped Jackson Manning Sweaty Science: How Does Heart Rate Change With Exercise?
The purpose of my project is to find out whose heart rate is affected the most, someone in shape or out of shape.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT48 Accepted Tinley McLain & Georgia Padget Hydrogen Fuel-Cells
In our project we are separating hydrogen from oxygen using the hydrogen fuel-cell to power an electric car.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JP24 Accepted Anna Goudy "What Marinade Adsorbs The Best?"
My project is about what marinade adsorbs the best into the tofu the best.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT52 Accepted Sam Warth & Dylan Richardson The Physics of Baseball and Hit Charts
The purposes of our project is to see what factors effect where the ping pong ball lands after it is hit. Our project will show how angles and starting points change where it lands.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT30 Accepted Kaidence McMurray & Rachel Pforts How different jobs increase the productions of bacteria under your fingernails and how well germ-x kills it?
Our project was to see how different jobs increase the production of bacteria under your fingernails. Also, to see how well germ-x kills it.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB43 Accepted Jasmine Padget Battle of the Senses: Taste vs Smell
The purpose of my project is to determine if sense of smell and taste are connected and which influences the flavor of food more.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB46 Accepted Meena Ramadugu Effect of Alkaline Foods on Yogurt Bacteria
My exhibit is about the effect of alkaline foods on survival of Lactobacillus bacteria in an artificial human gastric environment.
Paramesh Ramadugu Franklin MS, Cedar Rapids
JP27 Accepted Briley Wessel Diaper Absorption
Which brand/type of diaper is the most absorbent.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT02 Accepted Aidan Ball & Otto Boddicker Stereotypes Against Gamers
We tested stereotypes about gamers by having participants take a test then calculated the results.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT38 Accepted Hanna Marlin & Gabrielle Boring Investigating Different Structures to Reduce Tsunami Damage
Our project is about ways to reduce Tsunami damage. We tested different structures and tried to find the best one.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT41 Accepted Layden Denning & Sullivan Campbell Wave Formation
Our project is about how waves affect different surfaces of earth's surface.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT05 Accepted Kaylie Watson & Kaelan Swainey How Does Your Perception of Time Change as You Age?
We tested people of different ages on how their perception of time changes whether they are young or old.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JP09 Accepted Dalton Jones How Do Magnets Affect the Rate of Water Flow?
I tested how strong magnets affect the flow rate of tap water and salt water.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JB47 Accepted Kolton Krueger Music Vs. Math
My project is how music affected people trying to take a test.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JP23 Accepted Natalie Ames Full Moon Effects on Behavior
My project is on how the full moon effects behavior
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT08 Accepted Abby Belba & Tori Weber Mandela Effect
We tested participants of different ages to see if the Madela Effect is affected by age.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT11 Accepted Julia De Gala & Alaina Sargent 5 Second Rule
We tested 6 different types of food and we dropped them on the floor for 5 seconds each to see how much bacteria was transferred from the floor to the food.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT Dropped Dakota Haage & Trevor Johnson Thermal Energy vs Batteries
We tested a thermal generator that we built and compared it to batteries
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT47 Accepted Rachel Hausch & Ragen Hausch What Toothpaste Whithens the Best?
We tested multiple toothpastes to see if toothpaste actually whitens your teeth.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT14 Accepted Madelynn Wyatt & Marina Logsdon What's In Your Water?
We tested different popular water bottle brands to see which one has the most bacteria. So, basically we are trying to find out which one is better.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT50 Accepted Maggie Haage & Chloe Commander Simple Electric Motor
We tested different brands of batteries to see if it effected the electrical current.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT17 Accepted Chloe Ruhl & Brittney Kelly Can Squirrels Tell the Difference? Non-GMO vs. GMO Corn
We chose two different types of corn and tested to see which corn squirrels like the most.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT20 Accepted Anna Hinton & Kayde Martin Is Dog Saliva Cleaner Than Human Saliva?
We tested bearded dogs, non-bearded dogs, bearded humans and non-bearded humans. We wanted to see which one is cleaner?
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT23 Accepted Olivia Rule & Rachel Moore Inherited Fingerprints
We tested fingerprints from families to see if they had similarities or differences between their fingerprints.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT26 Accepted Lily Gobart & Morgan Salyers Painkillers on Plant Growth
We added different types of painkillers to plants and measured their height.
Arie Schiller Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT29 Accepted Gage Yocum & Ashtin Tibbits Locations In Our School With the Most Bacteria, Phase II
We tested 5 areas in our school with the most bacteria, so we could limit bacterial sickness.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT32 Accepted Kaydance Oliveski & Ella Johnson Cleaning Products: How Well Do They Actually Work?
Our project is testing the difference in amount of bacteria from dirty objects to objects after we cleaned them.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT35 Accepted Abby Wolter & Brianna Maerz Disappearing Act: Organic Materials Vs. Synthetic Materials
Our project is about organic materials and synthetic material decompose. We measured the mass of the objects every week, for a month, to check for decomposition.
Sarah Hawkins Keokuk MS, Keokuk
JT45 Accepted Nikhil Ramaraju & Sophia Ramaraju Laser Vision with Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
My exhibit is about stimulating the occipital lobe of the brain with a low voltage battery to determine if the stimulation would sharpen one's vision
Jackie Jordan-Ramaraju Pleasant Valley JHS, Le Claire
SB29T Accepted Carson Sargent & Anthony Potratz Sensory Receptors and their Response Times
Our exhibit is about the senses and which of them reacts the fastest to stimuli.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB37T Accepted Rodger Bryant & Logan Roach How People View Color
Our exhibit is about how people react to color.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB06 Accepted Justin Walte The Effects of Microplastics on Lumbriculus, Daphnia, and Chlorella
My exhibit is about how microplastics effect living organisms that can be found in water.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB43T Accepted Casey Abfalter-Dial & Austin Brown The Effects of Magnetic Fields on Various Aquatic Organisms
Our exhibit is about observing how magnets effected the growth, reproduction rates, health. etc. of small aquatic organisms
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB11 Accepted Evylin Merydith A Study of Significant Concentrations of Crude Oil on Aquatic Photosynthetic and Invertebrate Organisms
I applied various percentages of crude oil to Daphnia, Lumbriculus, and algae cultures.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB17 Accepted Corgan Ball Hydroponics on Water Ecosystems
Using fish tanks, I created ecosystems to prove my theory that hydroponics could be more beneficial for keeping plants alive even when environmental pollutants are present.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB24 Accepted Abbie Haage Microbes on Makeup and Applicators
My exhibit is about microbes on makeup and applicators and which cleaning products cleans applicators better.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB48T Accepted Camryn Walte & Kendra Hunt Correlation of Social Media Use and Self-esteem Levels
My exhibit is about the use of social media and how it lowers self-esteem levels.
Arie Schiller Keokuk HS, Keokuk
SB49T Accepted Abby Wittkamp & Sara Dodge An Innovative Approach to the Detection of Ringworm
Our exhibit is about making ringworm fluoresce under ultraviolet light.
Elizabeth Sanning Burlington Comm HS, Burlington
SB01 Accepted Katherine Grebner Effects of Aspartame on Drosophila melanogaster
My exhibit is about observing Drosophila over generations when fed Aspartame artificial sweetener versus traditional media.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
JB26 Accepted Joe Schneider Creatine as a Protein Supplement for Mealworms
My exhibit is about the effect of the protein on worms health and growth.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SP02 Accepted Adam Wessels Carbon Dioxide Emission Reduction via Chlorophyta
My exhibit is about using algae to reduce Carbon Dioxide levels.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB05 Accepted Lauren Goldsmith Analysis of Variability in a Total Mixed Ration
My project is testing the amount of moisture, pH level, and particle size variability in a total mixed ration on a dairy farm.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB10 Accepted Sophia Smith The Effects of Honey Against the Bacteria Growth on Ground Beef and Ground Pork
My exhibit is about honey and if it inhibits the bacterial growth on ground beef and pork.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
JB02 Accepted Mercedes Kirchner What Type of Water is Easiest to Purify?
My exhibit is testing the amount of particles in different types of water. I tested bottled water, tap water, pond water, and river water.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB06 Dropped Bella Graham-Thomas How Does Temperature Affect Bacteria Growth?
My exhibit is testing the bacteria growth and how different temperatures affect it.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP01 Accepted Sidney Gruntmeir Shocking News About Technology in Your Home.
My exhibit is testing the electricity in old technology compared to newer technology to see which is more efficient.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT33 Accepted Ashylnn Dodds & Mariah Martin Does Temperature of Liquid Affect Your Body Temperature?
Our exhibit is testing the temperature of a person's body before and after drinking cold and hot liquids.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT57 Accepted Hannah Sawyer & Olivia Kraus What Water is the Best?
Our exhibit is testing solid water particles in tap water and bottled water.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT28 Accepted Sydney Graber & Gia Stewart Which Sunscreen Works Best?
Our exhibit is testing the amount of UV rays on UV beads after applying sunscreen to them to determine which brand of sunscreen does the best job keeping out the UV rays.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP04 Accepted Abby Schrader The Effect of Caffeine of Heart Rate.
Our exhibit is testing what happens to different participants heart rate after they drink a non-caffienated drink and a caffeinated drink.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB10 Accepted Josie Mueller Does the Angle of Light Affect How Fast a Plant Grows?
My exhibit is testing how the different angles of light affect how fast a plant grows. We had angles at a side light and a straight light angle.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
SB14 Accepted Abby Klostermann Comparison of Implants in Beef Cattle
My exhibit is about different implants and their effects on beef cattle.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB18 Accepted Kaitlyn Goedken Impact of Primary Nutritional Sources on Dairy Calf Neonatal Growth Rate
My exhibit is on the differing growth rates of neonatal calves given milk replacer vs. whole milk.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB46 Accepted Kristi Bries Feed Additives to Mini Rex Rabbits
My exhibit is about adding different types of feed additives to the rabbits' diet.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB22 Accepted Mason Burlage Evaluation of 3D Mycelial Mattress Scaffolding for use in Tissue Engineering
My exhibit is focused on using fungi mycelium as a 3D scaffold for use in tissue growth and cultures.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB26 Accepted Shelby Westhoff Implications of Container Material on Bovine Milk Quality and Shelf Life
My exhibit is about the examination of different milk containers and there effect on the quality of the milk and shelf life.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SP07 Accepted Megan Ertl Quantification of Muscle Accelerations to Interpret Individual Fatigue as an Industrial Application
This investigation concerned potential correlations between productivity, defective products, temperature of environment, and relative humidity. Additionally, this investigation concerned the exploration of quantifying muscle accelerations during contract
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SP15 Accepted Shristi Sharma Phishing: Don't Take the Bait, Protect Your Sensitive Information
My project is about how employees in the workforce react to general and directly targeted phishing emails. Can they realize that the email is fake before they open it, click on the malicious link, and try to enter confidential credentials that could cost
Sophia Medvedeva Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
SP12 Accepted Avery Tauke Implications of Metal Condition on Weld Quality
This exhibit focuses on techniques used to weld materials in various conditions.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB30 Accepted Nicole Schilling Analysis of Fertilizer Placement on Bean and Grass Germination and Vigor
My exhibit is about the effect of using deep placement fertilizer versus regular placement fertilizer on bean plants and grass.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SP03 Accepted Srikar Vanavasam Identification of toxic and potentially offensive comments through the use of artificial intelligence.
The threat of online abuse and harassment is unfortunately higher than it should be. Many people are hesitant to express themselves on the internet for the fear that they will be harassed. Current platforms struggle to effectively identify and prevent obs
Sreenivasa Vanavasam Linn-Mar HS, Marion
SB34 Accepted Erin Bonert Effects of Field Tiling on Nitrate Levels in Field Soils
My exhibit is about the nitrate levels in soils in tiled ground vs. non-tiled ground.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
JT56 Accepted Allie Miller & Makenna Pixler Apples Preserved
Our exhibit is o n how to preserve apples using lemons or lemon juice from a bottle.
Rosa Schroeder Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JT22 Accepted Hunter Wilsey & Landen Buechel Go the Distance
Our exhibit is testing different ammunition to determine which was more accurate and when the furthest.
Jansen Heckenberg Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT49 Accepted Isabella Boeding & Ellie Schulte 5-Second Rule
Our exhibit is abouth what grows when you drop food on the floor and leave for 5 seconds. We were testing the 5 second rule.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
SB38 Accepted Sean Kluesner Plastic Biodegradation via Galleria mellonella and Tenebrio molitor
Research for this project involved mealworms and wax worms in various experimental and control groups in order to determine the amount and type of plastic decomposition possible with different worm species.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
SB25 Accepted Shannon Garrels The Effects of Bioorganic Chemical Materials on S. aureus Phase II
My exhibit is about the effects that lemon essential and avocado oil, acting as a carrier oil, have on the growth of Staphylococcus aureus.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JT42 Accepted Piper Schafer & Lila Miller Reaction Time
We were testing the reaction time between boys and girls. We picked 3 boys and 3 girls and then tested them on our computers then wrote down the results in our notebooks. We averaged them to see how much of a difference the times would be. The girls were
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
SP19 Accepted Collin Knipper Assessment of Factors Influencing Radium Levels in Drinking Water
My exhibit surrounds geological, human, and environmental factors that may contribute to increased radium levels in drinking water.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
JB03 Accepted Lauren Otte Contaminated or Not
My project was on the 5-Second Rule. After I performed my experiment, I saw that after you drop foon on the floor it will have more bacteria than food not dropped on the floor. My experiment also showed that there was a difference between food on the floo
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB09 Accepted Jeremiah Chapman Water Filtration System
My project was about how to filter water for drinking from dirty water for survival needs.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JT36 Accepted Lucy Deacon & Londyn McClellan Power in Numbers
Our project tested the effectiveness of groups when dealing with phobias. Our result was that people responded differently when having other people with them.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB13 Accepted Sylvia Jerden Red Listeners
The porject studied how Convergent Ladybugs react to different sounds. The sounds used were frogs, rain, and car sounds. These were rated on a scale to determine the reaction of the ladybugs. The highest reaction was to the car sounds.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB20 Accepted Kylie Kemper Does Smell Affect Taste?
For my experiment, I blindfolded test subjects and let them eat the foods without smelling and recorded the results. Then I blindfolded them and let them smell and taste the food and recorded the results. Then I blindfolded them and let them smell, for ex
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB24 Accepted Hayden Wolfe How Long Can You Fly?
I was testing if the battery life will be shorter or longer with weight attached to a drone. Also, I was testing the range of the drone with weight attached.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB29 Accepted Madison Meyer Which Acne Cream Works Best?
I tested three different acne cream products: La Roche-Posay, Clearasil, Clean & Clear, and one controlled trial. La Roche-Posay had the least amount of growth.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JP21 Accepted Kaylie McFadden Does Heat Bring It?
I tested if surface temperature affects the readability of fingerprints.
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
SB42 Accepted Marcus Schneider Individual and Synergistic Antibacterial Properties of Essential Oils Phase 2
My exhibit investigates the power of essential oils for antimicrobial action against E. coli bacteria.
Cheryl Kluesner Beckman Catholic HS, Dyersville
JP08 Accepted Grant Anderson Solar Water Heater: Material Efficiency
My exhibit is a solar water heater that I used to determine which material would transfer the most heat; copper, clear, or black.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP11 Accepted Xandra Abel Up, Up, and Away
My grandfather is in an electric wheelchair and has a hard time eating at a standard height table. I designed a portable table that clips on to existing tables and lifts and extends to a height that is more comfortable for him. This is an engineering proj
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP15 Accepted Zephan Abel Preserving a Geoorgia Hot Phase II
I am studying mummification. My exhibit is about the combination of ice and water and how it mummifies hotdogs.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT51 Accepted Emily Barnhardt & Shane Barnhardt Iron Absorption in the Stomach
Our exhibit shows how iron (the almond flour) is absorbed in a full stomach vs. an empty stomach. We used vinegar and water to make specific acidic environments that mimic full and empty stomach. Our control was neutral (pH=7). Iron tablets showed color c
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB14 Accepted Aidan Boyer Garlic vs. Bacteria
My exhibit is about trying to kill bacteria from the human mouth by using garlic.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB19 Accepted Paisley Grafton Run...Walk...Jump! Phase II
My exhibit is about finding the change in blood sugar after exercise.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT15 Accepted Maddox Doty & Ethan Glasgow Dissolve It
Our project is about which pills will dissolve in liquids the fastest.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB23 Accepted Jacob Hohl The Effects of Produce Sanitizing Washes on Apples & Strawberries
My exhibit is about determining which type of produce sanitizing wash eliminates the most bacteria from apples and strawberries.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP19 Accepted Jasmine Johnson What Wood Produces the Least Amount of Ash?
My exhibit is about reducing pollution with less ash and the energy efficiency of different woods.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB28 Accepted Karissa Moeller Reducing Fluoride in Water Using Phytoremediation
My exhibit is about using different plants to try to decrease the amount of fluoride in my town's tap water. My town has elevated levels of fluoride. I am interested in testing plants to see if one would naturally take up fluoride. This plant could potent
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP22 Accepted Olivia Tennant The Effects of Water Agitation on Dissolved Oxygen Levels
My experiment was about how to impact dissolved oxygen levels using different water agitation methods.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP25 Accepted Emmy Liu How Do Different Types of Rocks Affect Water Hardness?
I wanted to find out if sandstone and limestone affect water hardness. I tested for 19 days.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB32 Accepted Isabella Steffensmeier Floating Islands
My exhibit is about floating islands absorbing nitrates from agriculture runoff in pond water.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB37 Accepted Jordan Vorwaldt Plant it Like It's a Hot Spot
My exhibit is about wifi affecting plant growth. I set out Chia Seeds in different places of the house. Then I measured the growth everyday. I thought that the seeds away from the router would grow healthier and taller.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP28 Accepted Quenten Tweedy Revolutions of Heat
My exhibit compares the RPM made by each of the following fuels in a sterling engine with a generator: diesel, kerosene, lighter fuel. I measured the RPM with the use of a digital tachometer.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB41 Accepted Macy Watkins Phytoremediation: Elodea vs. Duckweed Phase II
My exhibit is about how elodea and duckweed phytoremediate different levels of copper and lead in contaminated water.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT46 Accepted Katerina Wyatt & Alexandra Fowler How Many Particles?
Our exhibit is about how many solid water particles are in bottled water. We thought the Fiji? Water would be the healthiest. We then surveyed people to ask what brand of bottled water they thought was the best. After that, we tested the water to see how
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB44 Accepted Gracey Genkinger Which Fruits Carry the Most Bacteria
My exhibit is about which fruits carry the most bacteria from local grocery stores.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP31 Accepted Pierson Westfall How Clean is Clean2
My exhibit is about the effectiveness of certain household cleaning chemicals on marble and Formica?. I measured the bacteria left behind after the cleaners were used. The effectiveness of the chemical was determined by the number of bacterial colonies, w
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JP34 Accepted Ruger Smith Gas Guzzling Showdown
My exhibit is comparing the efficiency of ethanol fuel and non-ethanol fuel in an engine.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT40 Accepted Emma Ackerson & Sydney Amberger Does Dog Drool Kill Germs Phase II
We tested to see if dog drool would kill bacteria on our agar petri dishes.
Nadine Weirather Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT09 Accepted Payton Stevens & Keating Fuger H2O What's Best?
Our exhibit is about purifying water. We tested four different filters to see which one will reduce the ppm.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JB49 Accepted Kylie Davidson Are You a Smarty?
My exhibit is about whether 5th graders are smarter than their teachers.
Kyle Van Ausdall Central Lee MS, Donnellson
JT10 Accepted Elianna Karriker & Christian Rains Turning Milk into Plactic
Our exhibit is about the effect of the amount of vinegar and milk on creating plastic.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JT04 Accepted Tristin Schneider & Colton Durbin Cooking With Light
Our exhibit is about cooking with a solar oven under solar light and artificial light.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JP10 Accepted Abram Lorence Bullets Matter 2
My exhibition is about testing the speed of different bullets.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JT31 Accepted Kylee Howren & Emma Slater Heartburn Heros
Our exhibit was about liquid vs powder antacids and reaction time.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB33 Accepted Molly Knipe Flush!
My exhibit is to determine which brand of toilet paper dissolves the fastest in 10 minutes.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JT24 Accepted Amy Wamsley & Arianna Brantner Let it Rain?
Our exhibit is about the effect of acid rain vs tap water on plant growth.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
SP06 Accepted Wyatt Hellman Exploring Stream Dynamics
Exhibit will display research on how stream dynamics plays a role in the formation of streams as they age.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB01 Accepted Reagan Holvoet Too Poo or Not to Poo
My project I grew corn seeds to see which manure they grew best in, either sterilized cow or sterilized pig poo.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB Dropped Jacob Pothitakis Health Clubs....Healthy?
I swabbed gym equipment to see if bacteria was on the equipment after cleaning them.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB18 Dropped Brooke Mueller Fit To Eat
I took fruit from a local grocery store and determined how much bacteria was on the fruit. Then I used the spray that is supposed to reduce the bacteria. I wondered if the spray would reduce the bacteria on the fruit that we eat.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT18 Accepted Alexa Dingman & Kayla Box Heads or Tails?
We worked with Lumbriculus worms to determine if the effects of acid precipitation will have an affect on their regeneration of missing parts.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB27 Accepted Andy Mehmert The Effects of Manure on Corn Growth
My project involved growing corn in different amounts of manure. Corn grown in medium amounts of manure grew the best.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB36 Accepted Jenna Hellman Hydroponics: The Water Plant
To see if hydroponics is better for growing plants as compared to soil.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JP03 Accepted Conner Gehling Turning Switch Grass, Indian Grass & Foxtail into Ethanol
I collected local grasses on our CRP fields and went through the process of making ethanol. I compared the different grasses to see which ones would produce the most ethanol
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT55 Dropped Mary Hellige & Taylor Nelson Best Fabric For Tye-Dying
We used 5 samples (natural and synthetic) to see which dye reacted to the fabric during the dying process.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JP12 Accepted Sheldon Kruse Structural Integrity
I hope to develop a better building design by making stronger structures. I am trying to see which building designs are stronger.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT Dropped Emily Boeding & Rachel Menke Caffeine vs. Memory
We tested the affects of caffeine on memory by testing with a memory game before and after drinking drinks that contain caffeine.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT Dropped Taegan Denning & Natalie Randolph Reducing Oral Bacteria Through Diet
We used 5 different foods to determine if one reduces bacteria in the mouth. The foods we included were: pickle juice, honey, chopped pineapple, chopped onions, and raw chopped garlic.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
SP09T Accepted Sushanth Rao & Max Holt Kelvin's Thunderstorm
Our exhibit is about the effect of different solutions on Kelvin's Thunderstorm.
Laura Azelborn LinnMar HS, Marion
JP20 Accepted Laura Mehmert The Effect of Color on Our Environment
My project involved heating different colored cement blocks in an incubator to simulate warming temperatures do to the sun to determine which color cooled down the fastest. The pink color cooled the fastest. I recommend painting our highways pink to reduc
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB Dropped Brianna Wright Facial Physics
My project about facial features are related to heredity. And understanding what your face says about you.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT37 Accepted Jack Blint & Mya Schmitz Guess Who
We tested kids' biases. The reason we tested kids is that they are our future and we wanted to see if they have any preconceived biases.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB45 Accepted Edward Schroeder Salt Water Life
My project is on Brine Shrimp and how they live in acidic saltwater. This project is based on the affect of acid rain on brine shrimp and how it affects small aquatic life.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
SB32 Accepted Pranav Chhaliyil Effect of Sugars on Dental Plaque and Saliva Microbiota, an In Vivo and In Vitro Study
The objective of this research study is to see whether the administration of unrefined and refined carbohydrates and sugars cause a change in the oral microbiota.
Pradheep Chhalliyil Maharishi SAE, Fairfield
JB12 Accepted Juniper Strickland A Study of Daphnia
I have used Daphnia and studied the affect of caffeine and temperature on their life existence.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JT Dropped Paige Wasliewski & Breanna Peterson Path to Fingerprints
Our project is about fingerprints and how genetics and heredity might show a lineage with fingerprints.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
SB16 Accepted Jayde Watznauer Blood Pressure and Sound
I worked with volunteers on the effect of movies that may have on Blood Pressure from sound emitted during entertaining movies.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB Dropped Henry Morris Effects of Acid Rain on Plant Growth
I am growing corn with different pH levels of waters. I measured the corn weekly under different acid levels.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB Dropped Alexus Stalcup Root of All Fears
I wanted to see if humans reacted to photographs to understand human fear better.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
SP04 Accepted Pearl Krieger Coble Analysis of Carbonic Acid Impact on Neritina natalensis and Daphnia magna
This exhibit measures the impact carbonic acid has on snail shell density and the heart beat of Daphnia magna. Statistical analysis was undertaken to determine the validity and reliability of the results.
Will Hansen Winfield Mt. Union Comm, Winfield
SP17 Accepted Klaus Storl-Desmond Integrating Projectile Motion with a Distance Interval
My exhibit is about tracking the trajectory of any projectile in any situation.
Ian Spangenberg Pleasant Valley HS, Bettendorf
SB55 Accepted Mackenzie Winslow The Effects of a Natural Astringent and Sebum on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Streptococcus salivarius, and Micrococcus luteus Phase IV
My project is about determining if a natural astringent will terminate more bacteria then a store-bought facial cleanser. I will also be testing four different concentrations of the natural astringent to determine which one terminated the most bacteria.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren Comm, Keosauqua
JT27 Accepted Skyler Young & Blake Hughes Pop vs. Pop
Which pop has the most carbonation? We tested different kinds of soda to see which one has the most carbonation.
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JB Dropped Madeline Black Abnormal Swimmers
My exhibit is about the abnormalities in cattle sperm. I compared the sperm in a seven year old bull and the sperm in a two year old bull.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB38 Accepted Tyler Horn Emotion Commotion
I was trying to figure out how your emotions affect your actions. I had people watch videos that displayed different emotions and then had them blow up a balloon until it popped. I used the time it took to pop the balloon to determine how the emotion in t
Becky Morey Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
SP11 Accepted Tyler Hill Using Water Flow to Regulate the Efficiency of Geothermal Driveways
My project looks at flow rate of water through geothermal driveways and how it affects temperature of the cement
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB09 Accepted Liana Sweezer Analysis of Hydroponic vs. Soil Plant Growth and Development
This exhibit compared the growth and development of tomato, pepper, and strawberry plants grown in soil and a homemade hydroponic system. The purpose was to illustrate that a hydroponic system could grow plants as well or better than soil.
Will Hansen Winfield Mt. Union Comm, Winfield
JT01 Accepted Chloe Fisher & Morgan Grelk Water Quality Analysis of Major River Systems
This project analyzes the levels of nitrate, ammonia, and phosphate from the skunk river, Iowa river, and Des Moines river. Along with this the health of Daphnia magna populations were analyzed in each river as well.
Will Hansen Winfield Mt. Union Comm, Winfield
SB19 Accepted Chase Krug Drought Tolerance of Glycine max When Watered with Acetic Acid Solution
Drought stress is a major factor in crop production worldwide, as climate change increases weather volatility, crops will need to cope with irregular rainfall. The addition of acetic acid to crops might allow soybeans to cope with longer periods of time w
Barbara Lemmer Linn-Mar HS, Marion
SB20 Accepted Kayla Livesay Assessing the Efficiency of Macronutrients for Zea maize Growth and Acclimation Phase II
The focus of my experiment is to observe how different applications of macronutrients affect the biological aspects as well as the soil health of plants.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB07 Accepted Paige Molesworth Chopped vs Whole
How do vegetables affect the boiling point of water.
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JP06 Accepted Cassidy Long Copper vs. Teflon
My exhibit was which type of pan cooks the fastest without burning the product.
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JT53 Accepted Tyler Schutt & Kyle Davis Natural Battery
What fruit or vegetable contains the most electricity or voltage?
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JP16 Accepted Dally Orman Weathered Leather
I tested the softness and pliability of leather after if was treated with leather renewing products.
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JB17 Accepted Sam Seddon Totally Rad Sustainability
How does the type of sustainable container affect plant growth?
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr/Sr. High, Eddyville
JB42 Accepted Taegan Hamilton How Heat Effects Enzyme Activity
I tested to see if the heat of the kiwi fruit affected the melting time of pre-made jello.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JB11 Dropped Cohen Gunnison Growing Mold
My project is about growing mold.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
SP13 Accepted Roselynn Strickland The Mathematics of Dance
I have examined how math is used in dance movements.
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JP30 Accepted Nathan Roberts Pull! How angles affect distance.
I measured how angles affect the travel path of clay pigeons.
Melissa Appel Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Jr-Sr High, Eddyville
JT13 Accepted Marissa Gasaway & Shelby Penrod Bacteria Be Gone
We tested different soaps to see which one would eliminate the most bacteria.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JP26 Accepted Ivy Arnold Nothing But Net
My exhibition is about finding the spot on the basketball court that resulted in a higher percentage for multiple players.
Kelly Hackett Fort Madison MS, Fort Madison
JP32 Accepted Alex Koellner How to build a Hovercraft
My exhibit is about what different surfaces a hovercraft can hover over
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
SB13 Accepted Callum Beebe The Bacterial Effect in Manure within Microbial Fuel Cells
My exhibit observes the how the anaerobic bacteria inside microbial fuel cells generates electricity.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB05 Accepted Skylynn Rodriguez Does Height Determine Shooting Accuracy?
My experiment was about seeing if a basketball player's height determined their shooting accuracy. I had them shoot standing, I also had them shoot from their knees.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SB02T Accepted Elizabeth McKinney & Faith Royer Written in the stars: A Study of Astronomical Signs and Their Accuracy
Our exhibit is an Astrological psychology study on the accuracy of personality characteristics determined by zodiac signs.
Amanda Schiller Van Buren HS, Keosauqua
JB16 Accepted Paige Lisk Which Essential Oil Will Kill the Most Bacteria?
I collected bacteria and I tried to kill them with essential oils.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JT06 Accepted Mariska Malloy & Kylie Palmer Best Way to Float an Egg
We looked at salt water and if we could float eggs.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
JP13 Dropped Kory Jensen Road Salt vs. Rubber
I looked at how road salt affected tires and if they broke down the rubber.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
JT54 Accepted Cooper Kleinkopf & Carter Fesler Designed to Fly - Aerodynamic Nerf Darts
We tested the different tips of nerf darts as welll as designed our own with a 3D printer.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB04 Accepted Baily Beckman Increased Conception Rates by Regulating Temperature of Semen
I am looking at how to keep semen samples warm prior to insemination.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB12 Accepted Sierra Kelman Carbon Sequestration of Soil Damaged by Cropland Oil Spills
I am looking at changes in soil carbon following farmland oil spills.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB23 Accepted Elizabeth Oetken Music Therapy: Using Music to Assist in the Control of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
I am taking a relaxing song and comparing relaxation techniques to how the effect blood pressure and heart rate.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB54T Accepted Lauren Beckman & Maddison Hall Does Color Have An Effect On Your Heart Rate?
We took a reading and had participants read on colored paper to see if it changed their heart rate
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB28 Accepted Colton Ketcham Artificial/Alternative Protien vs. Traditional Protien
I looked at crickets as an alternative source of protein for the diet.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB36 Accepted Seth Braddock Genetic Comparison of GMO and Non GMO Vegetables
I took a survey of people about what they know about GMO Products and then looked at the DNA differences.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB41 Accepted Isaiah Blain Using Music to Increase Reaction Time
I took music and looked at if changed reaction time.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB52 Accepted Emma Snavely The Importance of Consistency of Glaucoma Medication on Affecting Eye Pressure
I checked my own conditions with meds to confirm eye pressures
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
SB47 Accepted Style Haeffner Increasing the Yield of Hydroponically Grown Cherry Tomatoes by increasing CO2 Uptake
I used CO2 to increase the yield and growth of hydroponic tomato plants.
Gail Kunch Danville Jr-Sr HS, Danville
JP29 Accepted Ava Wearda Slime
Temperature and how it affects slime
Ernest Schiller Holy Trinity Jr-Sr HS, Fort Madison
JB22 Accepted Kenna Mellott Heart rate
I had a heart rate monitor and I monitored the heart rate of the kids when they either had candy or caffeine. I also had adults to test.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JP05 Accepted Kyler Dickey Do Extreme Temperatures Affect Your Shooting Accuracy?
My Exhibit is about how different extreme temperatures affect how accurate you are with a weapon.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB31 Accepted Logan Lauderman Talk to the Equus cabllus' hoof
In my experiment I measured how much dirt/mud was in the horses hoof.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB39 Accepted Kelsey Weinhold Think Before You Kiss
My exhibit is about the myth, a dogs mouth is cleaner. I swabbed a dogs mouth to grow their bacteria in a petri dish.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JT19 Accepted Kerrigan Pope & Emily Laumeyer How Do Your Plants Grow?
Our exhibit is about growing Lima beans with aspirin in a 7 week period.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB48 Accepted Alex Dix Fighting Fish
My exhibit is about how different types of fish effect the growth of plants in an aquaponics system.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
SB03 Accepted Serenity Haynes The Effect of UV Light Sterilization on Bacteria Cultures
The purpose of this project was to see how much Ultraviolet (UV) light exposure is required to kill bacteria cultures. I took 5 different bacteria that can either be found on menus or that can be transferred to the menus. I used E coli- mm294, E coli- DHS
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB08 Accepted Brooke Finney The Capability Percentage Decrease in the FEV1 to FVC Ratio Between COPD Subjects and Control Subjects
The purpose of my experiment was to see the percentage decrease in the FEV1 to FVC Ratio between subjects with COPD and subjects that have no history of smoking, with their same classification. I hypothesized that the average percentage decrease would be
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB51T Accepted Kristyn Eaves & Emily Fuller A Comparison of the Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizers vs. Rhizobium innoculum on Trifolium pratense
Nitrogen fertilizers have produced a whole host of adverse side effects upon the earth including an increase in greenhouse gases, production of acid rain, and greatly reduces the aquatic population of nearby ponds and lakes. Because of this, we hypothesiz
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB15 Accepted Kaliey Cannon Bacteria On Dog Teeth
​Bacteria on dogs teeth can be harmful depending on the bacteria. I wondered if dog treats that claim to help clean dog?s teeth, actually affects dog teeth. I wanted to know if dog treats would increase, decrease, or even affect the dog?s teeth. I s
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB21 Accepted Madison Barnhardt The Effects of Calcium Carbonate on Gastrointestinal Diseases Using Human Participants: Phase IV
Heartburn, otherwise known as "acid reflux" or Gastroesophageal reflux (GER), is a common complaint among human population. There are several medications, over the counter and by prescription, used to treat these symptoms. Some of the most common medicati
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB27 Accepted Claire Wills The Effects of Chlorella Vulgars on Hazardous Chemicals
The purpose of my project is to use a common algae species to see if it can reduce the nitrate and pH levels in spring water.
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP01 Accepted Aaron Wills Engineered Environmental Containment: Converting Lemna minor L. into a Natural Continual Source of Fertilizer
Every year, we hear how bad phosphates and sulfates are for waterways in the United States. What many citizens don't realize that they are contributing every day to this growing problem. Whatever type of cleaning product we may use, has a high possibility
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP05 Accepted Summer Smith The Reduction of Phosphates With the Use of Alternative Laundry Soaps
Every year, we hear how bad phosphates and sulfates are for waterways in the United States. What many citizens don't realize that they are contributing every day to this growing problem. Whatever type of cleaning product we may use, has a high possibility
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP18T Accepted Rebecca Pilcher & Faith Diephuis Engineering a Kinect-Based System for Automated Control of Terrestrial Insect BioBots
Microstimulation is not a new technology, however, many of its benefits are still valid today. When taking the concepts of microstimulation and applying them to simple invertebrate organisms, we can understand the various opportunities presented by this t
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB33 Accepted Brooklyn Pardall What All The Buzz is About: The Effects of Apis Mellifera on Glycine Max and Other Local Crops Using Natural Fertilizers (Phase II)
Honeybees as pollinators and their affects on our agricultural crops.
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB39 Accepted Hannah Leech Did You Catch That? Phase II
In order to know if eyewitness testimony is as accurate as it seems to some, I will compare surveys of high school students, some will have to remember an appearance of someone 15 minutes later and the others will have to remember the appearance of someon
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP10 Accepted Aleaya Klesner Chemical Pollution on the Mississippi
The reason for my experiment was to see if chemical pollutants such as Phosphate, Nitrate, Nitrite, Ammonia, and pH would have higher levels at the end of the Mississippi River compared to the beginning of the river. I believed that there would be more ch
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SP14 Accepted Vanessa Hupp Will that be plastic or BIOPlastic?
Plastic takes up to 1,000 years to decompose naturally in a land fill. However, this has not been verified yet because plastic has not been around that long. If we continue filling our landfills with this material, our planet will suffer. Some types of pl
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
SB44 Accepted Brianna Gruntmeir Developing Efficient Use Of Scarce Resources
My exhibit is about cows and the grains that they eat/consure and how they are different.
Alicia Schiller-Haynes Central Lee HS, Donnellson
JP17 Accepted Cade Bemis Watch Your Steps
My project is about fitness trackers. I used five of them and see which one was the most accurate when seeing distance and steps.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JP33 Accepted Kevin Rohr The Function Of Hydraulics
I built a robot arm out of cardboard to display the function of hydraulics. It functions using a basic hydraulic system.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB34 Accepted Lydia Ettema Got Bacteria?
My exhibit is about what kind of bacteria gets into bulk soap dispensers and what bacteria could make people sick.
Julie J. Bahl Eleanor Roosevelt MS, Dubuque
JB50 Accepted Sabrina Reneker How Your Sense of Smell Affects Taste
I blindfolded students and had them do three tests while given eight different food items to taste.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB51 Accepted Lilly Reneker Mirror Phantoms
I tested students without amputations and placed a mirror between their arms and gave them a series of hand movements to do.
Art Millikin Pekin MS, Packwood
JB52 Accepted Olivia Schroeder Does Using Manipulation Aides During Testing have a Positive or Negative Affect on Test Results?
This experiment explores the different tools like fidget spinners, cubes, stress balls, and a pro-type design that has sensory items to help get teenagers to focus better in school and short term memorization.ÿ
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
JP35 Accepted Siri Pothula Which Fuel Produces the Longest Lasting Energy?
This experiment explores the different types of biofuels in this caseÿvegetable fuels and how there energy burn compares to diesel.ÿ
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf
JP36 Accepted Hadil El-Geneidy Processed vs Unprocessed Food: Which One with Dissolve the Fastest?
This experimentt explores the different types of unprocessed and processed foods during the digestion process to see which will take longer.ÿ
Jenna Adams Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf

Count of entries by division & status  

Accepted Pending Disqualified Dropped Total
JB4800957
JP3500237
JT5500762
SB5500156
SP1900019
All Divisions2120019231

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