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2005 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!


2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair:


Test Tube Taters

Student: Amy MacLean [F]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Amy MacLean is from Bible Hill, Nova Scotia. For her science fair project at Bible Hill Jr. High she studied tissue culture.



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Ash or Crash

Student: Christopher Touesnard [M]

District/Region: Strait District

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Christopher Touesnard is from Antigonish, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at Saint Andrew's Junior School, he tested different substances for their ability to melt ice on roads.



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Picture this Electron!

Student: Daniel Oulton [M]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Daniel Oulton is from Bible Hill, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at Bible Hill Jr. High, he tested the possibility an election could be influenced to favour one candidate over another using different factors.



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What is Your Style?

Student: Graham Muise [M]

District/Region: South Shore District

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Graham Muise is from Milton, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at South Queens Jr. High he investigated differences in learning styles for different groups of people.



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The Power of Polymers

Student: Roland Troke Barriault [M]

District/Region: Annapolis Valley Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Roland Troke Barriault is from Kingston-Greenwood, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at École Rose-des-Vents he tested polymers extracted from disposable diapers for their ability to absorb different liquids.



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Feeder Watch

Student: Ria Van der Linden [F]

District/Region: Strait District

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Ria Van der Linden is from Guysborough, Nova Scotia. For her science fair project at Chedabucto Education Centre, she studied the feeding habits of the birds in her back yard.



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Sanitizing Sydney: Technologies to Clean Up the Tar Ponds

Student: Sheralynne Deveaux [F]

District/Region: Cape Breton-Victoria Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Sheralynne Deveaux is from Sydney River, Nova Scotia. For her science fair project at Riverview Rural High School, she developed an environmental science technology for cleaning up the Muggah watershed area.



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Kinetic Keyboard

Student: Thomas Moss [M]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Thomas Moss is from Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at North Colchester High School, he looked at the growing problem of obesity in adolescents and built a working prototype of a computer game powered by a treadmill.



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Project Entomopter

Student: William Porter [M]

District/Region: Chignecto Region

Event: 2005 Canada-Wide Science Fair

William Porter is from River John, Nova Scotia. For his science fair project at River John Consolidated School, he built a life-size mechanical replica of a dragon fly.



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