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Science Fair Finalists 2011

Thank you for your participation in the Canyons District Science Fair! A public open house to view all projects will be from 4 pm- 6 pm tonight (2/17/11) at Jordan High School in the Tech Atrium. Students can pick up and take home their projects from 6 pm -7 pm. The following students will advance to the SLVEF regional fair:

Secondary Finalist Projects: 7th – 12th Grade
Awards Ceremony on 2/17/11,
Jordan High School, Commons Area at 6:00 pm

#5: “Structural Design” I.M. from Butler Middle School
#7: “Skyglow” K.K., M.M., and M.L. from Albion Middle School
#9: “On Bending Knees” L.M. from Albion Middle School
#10: “Yeasty, Beasty Burps” C.H. from Albion Middle School
#11: “Bridges” N.F. and D.O. from Butler Middle School
#12: “Going Green As We Clean” N.R. from Midvale Middle School
#17: “Multi-Tasking” S.P. from Albion Middle School
#18: “How Spices Affect the Growth of E. coli” R.N. from Indian Hills Middle School
#19: “Shape vs. Fall Rate” J.W. and C.C from Butler Middle School
#21: “How Factors Influence the Effectiveness of the Lactase Enzyme” S.L from Midvale Middle School
#25: “Are The Sunscreens We Are Using Good Enough?” E.P. from Albion Middle School
#26: “Speed Of A Ripple” D.T., D.M. and G.P. from Eastmont Middle School
#31: “The Effects of Exterior Magnetic Field On A Cricket’s Eating Habits” D.S. from Indian Hills Middle School
#32: “The Human Ability to Differentiate between Natural and Synthetic Scents” J.C. from Union Middle School
#37: “Constructing Orthoganol Polynomials for Weibel Distributions” R.B. from Hillcrest High School
#38: “Candy” A.S. from Butler Middle School
#39: “Catalysts” C.C. from Butler Middle School
#40: “Novel Sustained Release Antibiotic Polymer for Treatment of Open Wounds” A.E. from Hillcrest High School
#41: “What Affect Do Soft Drinks Have On Teeth?” R.C. from Union Middle School
#43: “Sound vs. Glaciers” G.G. from Butler Middle School
#47: “Do You Really Want To Drink What’s In That Soda?” A.W. from Albion Middle School
#48: “Peripheral Color Vision” M.K. and C.C. from Butler Middle School
#51: “Can Peppermint Flavored Altoids Improve Reaction Time by Refreshing the Brain?” N.R. from Midvale Middle School
#52: “Luminol” K.W. from Butler Middle School
#53: “The Perfect Bounce” A.S. and S.N. from Butler Middle School
#55: “Where’s the Oxygen?” B.R. from Midvale Middle School
#56: “Drug Solubility” M.B., B.R. and H.K. from Albion Middle School
#57: “Roof Color vs. Temperature” S.T. from Butler Middle School
#58: “Decibel Destruction” C.S. from Midvale Middle School
#62: “Healthy Hearts” R.C. from Albion Middle School
#67: “Through the Looking Glass” R.W. and M.V. from Indian Hills Middle School
#72: “Light Bulb Intensity” M.M. from Butler Middle School
#79: “Toxicity of Nano-sized TiO2 and ZnO on Daphnia magna” B.C. from Midvale Middle School
#83: “Color Chromotography B.M. from Mt. Jordan Middle School
#86: “Mpemba Effect” B.C. from Mt. Jordan Middle School
#87: A.B. from Eastmont Middle School
#88: “Water Precipitation” N.L. from Hillcrest High School
#90: “Mouth Bacteria and Vinegar” A.V. and I.D. from Butler Middle School
#93: “Memory Game” V.S. from Butler Middle School
#99: “Tree Huggers Unite” M.D. and J.L. from Hillcrest High School

Elementary Finalist Projects: 5th & 6th Grade
Awards Ceremony on 2/17/11,
Jordan High School, Commons Area at 6:30 pm

#3 “How different fruits react with Jello?” S.F. from Canyon View Elementary
#6 “What does the magnetic field of a sphere shaped magnet look like?” E.L & A.L. from Alta View Elementary
#7 “Video games with a beat” K.P. from Bell View Elementary
#8 “What should you be wearing?” B.V. from Sprucewood Elementary
#10 A.C. from Oakdale Elementary
#11 “Effect of temperature on the rate of corrosion of nails in water” C.F. from Bell View Elementary
#12 S.P. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#13 “Ornithopters: Can they fly?” T.M. from Lone Peak Elementary
#15 “How do you take your tea?” M.S. from Butler Elementary
#19 “Shoe traction on a gym floor?” M.H. from Ridgecrest Elementary
#24 “Burn, Baby Burn” S.B. from Granite Elementary
#25 “Power of Friction” A.A. from Alta View Elementary
#27 B.P. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#28 “Bowling Frenzy” J.T. from Bell View Elementary
#33 “Oily Feathers” A.F. from Ridgecrest Elementary
#37 “Milk” N.K. from East Midvale Elementary
#38 “Effects of color and taste” A.C. from Lone Peak Elementary
#40 M.H. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#42 “What’s soda doing to your teeth?” A.N. from Brookwood Elementary
#45 “Do rockets go as high as they say?” S.I. from Quail Hollow Elementary
#49 “Bleach and clothes” L.K. from Oakdale Elementary
#51 “City land use” J.D. from Butler Elementary
#52 “How greasy are potato chips?” C.Y. from Sprucewood Elementary
#54 “Who has a better short-term memory” J.C. from Alta View Elementary
#55 “Eggs” O.F. from Oakdale Elementary
#57 “Do you take more steps in school or out?” D.R. from Granite Elementary
#58 “Preventing Puckered Pumpkins” N.H. from Sunrise Elementary
#61 “germs” C.P. from Quail Hollow Elementary
#68 “Rockets” S.W. from Oakdale Elementary
#70 “Environmental Management” J.L. from Lone Peak Elementary
#72 “Bubble Gum” M.S. from East Midvale Elementary
#75 “Popcorn Kernels” E.D. from Lone Peak Elementary
#76 “Electromagnetic motor” M.B. from Willow Springs Elementary
#77 “Is there a safe way to swim when it storms?” S.M. from Sprucewood Elementary
#79 “Thaw time experiment” S.M. from Sprucewood Elementary
#80 “Let it dissolve” C.T. from Oakdale Elementary
#87 J.K. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#91 “Comparing Water Quality” M.J. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#92 “Temperature and battery voltage” D.W. from Bell View Elementary
#94 “Cease the grease” J.L. from Silver Mesa Elementary
#95 “Diapers” M.S. from East Midvale Elementary
#97 “Roses are Red” B.D. from Lone Peak Elementary
#102 “How do video games affect the brain?” C.U. from Sprucewood Elementary
#105 “Capturing Air” B.J. from Lone Peak Elementary
#106 “Bridge strength test” A.G. from Bell View Elementary
#108 “Which are better stocks or saving? N.W. from Ridgecrest Elementary
#109 M.J. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#110 “Stick to it” L.H. from Butler Elementary
#111 “Which Hockey stick flex is the most accurate?” A.O. from Granite Elementary
#112 “Air vs. water” B.W. from Silver Mesa Elementary
#113 “Lego earthquake” F.C. from Bell View Elementary
#114 “Fruits and veggies, which give off the most electricity? A.D. from Sprucewood Elementary
#118 “What paper shape is the strongest on a bridge?” J.P. from Quail Hollow Elementary
#121 “Refraction” M.B. from Canyon View Elementary
#128 “Can people’s perception of food be influenced by another’s suggestion?” J.H. from Sprucewood Elementary
#130 “What’s cookin’?” S.F. from Alta View Elementary
#133 “Detergent and environment” S.S. from East Midvale Elementary
#134 “Does culture affect knowledge” J.V. from Willow Springs Elementary
#139 B.A. from Peruvian Park Elementary
#140 “Frozen Bubbles” I.N. & A.T. from Canyon View Elementary
#141 “Rubber bones” D.M. from East Midvale Elementary
#147 “Can fruit juice change the pH of stomach acid?” B.M. from Brookwood Elementary
#153 “Can you tell the difference?” T.B. from Lone Peak Elementary
#156 “Sugar and brownies” K.F. from Butler Elementary
#159 “Are fingerprings genetic?” J.W. from Sprucewood Elementary
#160 “What is in your snowflake?” A.W. from Sunrise Elementary
#164 “Weight to What? C.S. from Butler Elementary
#165 “A brighter smile” J.M. from Lone Peak Elementary
#170 “How much lead is in your school’s water? M.O. & K.J. from Canyon View Elementary
#175 “How many days until oxidation?” T.S. from Sprucewood Elementary
#176 “How do changes of CO2 in the atmosphere effect plants? M.M. from Ridgecrest Elementary
#178 “Pans and perms” J.E. from East Midvale Elementary
#181 “Are child resistant containers effective?” H.S. from Ridgecrest Elementary
#183 “Can hot water really freeze faster than cold water?” Z.M. from Lone Peak Elementary
#184 “How much Vitamin C in orange Juice” S.P. from Oakhollow Elementary
#185 “What happens when you switch ingredients in something?” C.C. from Spurcewood Elementary
#190 “Driving and Cell Phones” D.J. from Lone Peak Elementary
#191 “Pop or Not” T.D. from Butler Elementary
#193 A.G. from East Midvale Elementary
#194 “Slinky vs. Slinky Jr.” N.H. from Oakdale Elementary
#198 “watering plants with gray water” S.Q. from Oakdale Elementary
#200 “With cap or without” A.Z. from Granite Elementary
#206 “Water effects on rocks” S.H. from Oakdale Elementary
#210 “Do earthworms smell odors?” N.C. from Sandy Elementary
#196 “Magnets and Heat” G.K. from Sunrise Elementary
#197 “Screw vs. Nail” E.C. & Z.M. from Bell View Elementary
#204 “Root beer fizz compared to others” A.W. & C.W. from Bell View Elementary
#205 “What food items make the best battery? C.W. from Granite Elementary
#207 “Flower Power” C.C. from Oakdale Elementary
#212 “Dog Scents” E.M. from Silver Mesa Elementary
#214 “Bridges and their capacities” L.R. from Silver Mesa Elementary
#215 “Show the Love” G.G. from Butler Elementary
#216 “Height to Arm Span” D.J. from Willow Springs Elementary
#217 “Pop, Pop, Popcorn” M.L. from Bell View Elementary

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