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2004 Student Showcase

These award-winning Science Fair projects were developed by Nova Scotia students who took part in the regional Team Nova Scotia Showcase and the national Canada-Wide Science Fair. We hope they'll give you some inspiration for your own project!


2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair:


Math/Board Game

Student: Aaron LeBlanc [15/M]

District/Region: Tri-County District

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Aaron LeBlanc, 15, is from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at Maple Grove Education Centre, he created a formula to explain the mathematical make-up of a board game he created.



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Try Sugar Ade - The Sequel

Student: James Nunn & Matthew Nunn [12/M]

District/Region: Annapolis Valley Region

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

James Nunn & Matthew Nunn are 12-year-olds from Coldbrook, Nova Scotia. For their science fair project at Coldbrook and District School, they questioned whether sports drinks actually improve running endurance.



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Coffee Grounds Fuel Bound

Student: Stephanie MacDonald [Photo] & Ashley MacLellan [17-18/F]

District/Region: Strait District

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Stephanie MacDonald, 18, & Ashley MacLellan, 17, are from Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia. For their science fair project at Dalbrae Academy, they investigated if coffee grounds have the potential to become a recyclable, cost-effective fuel source.



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Food for Thought

Student: Jim Proudfoot & Ashley Curley [17/M-F]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Jim Proudfoot, 17, & Ashley Curley, 17, are Grade 11 students at North Nova Education Centre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. For their science fair project, they tested high school students to determine what improvements could be made in the school environment, to better promote and teach healthy living.



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Bugs and Blueberries

Student: Ian Dugas & Jaime McDonald [18-17/M-F]

District/Region: Annapolis Valley Region

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Ian Dugas, 18 and Jaime McDonald, 17, are from Kentville, Nova Scotia. For their science fair project at Horton High School, they separated blueberry juice into several components and studied how they inhibit the growth of disease-producing organisms.



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The Heat Harness

Student: Geoffrey Mason [15/M]

District/Region: South Shore District

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Geoffrey Mason, 15, is from Mill Village, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at South Queens Junior High, he demonstrated that it may be possible to harness energy created when two surfaces are at different temperatures.



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Basketball Boomerang

Student: Tyler MacDonald [12/M]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2004 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Tyler MacDonald, 12, is from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at New Glasgow Junior High, he created a portable basketball net that returns balls to the shooter.



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