The number of possible titles for Science fair exhibits are as varied as the many projects in a science fair. A title should catch the eye of the judges, pique their interest in the experiment or model and draw them to it. Choose something you are genuinely interested in and wish to know more about. The best titles come from determining what you want to find out or what question you want to answer. Here are some examples if you are struggling for ideas.
Whether animal, human or plant, biology concerns all things living on Earth, take your pick from these interesting titles:
Which Are More Effective: Organic Or Inorganic Fertilizers?
Do Plants Grow Better In Water or Soil?
Do Plants Respond To Classical Music?
Do Male And Female Resting Pulse Rates Differ?
How Does The Eye Work?
Is a Heartbeat Affected By Music?
Is Black And White Or Colored Text Easier To Remember?
Are Ants Picky Eaters? Do Changes in Light and Temperature Affect Shrimp Habitats?
If you enjoy measuring and mixing to create chemical reactions you might want to choose a Chemistry title for your next science fair project.
How Do Ice Melt Products Affect Vegetation?
How Do Plants Measure Air Pollution?
How Much Water Pollution Is Unsafe?
How Fast Do Metals Corrode?
Are All Pennies Equal?
Does Temperature Affect Orange Juice?
Which Drinks Are More Corrosive To Teeth?
Do White Candles Burn Faster Than Colored Candles?
Dry Ice Experiments
Is Burning Trash Better For The Environment Than Using Land Fills?
Looking beyond our planet into the solar system makes for a project that is literally out of this world. Choose from the following titles:
Explain How The Tilt Of The Earth Works
Build a Homemade Magnetometer
Make Your Own Comet
How Do Sundials Work?
How Does A Parallax Measure The Distance Of Objects?
What Makes Stars Twinkle?
Electricity is part of our everyday lives and it would be difficult to live without it in our modern lives. A project on any of these Electricity topics will surely catch the judge's eye.
Demonstrate Magnetic Field Shielding
What Do Magnetic Field Lines Look Like?
How Do Changes In Temperature Affect Power Generated By Solar Cells?
How To Build A Simple Electric Generator
Make Lightning In A Pan
Understanding how things work involves a study of physics, select one of these project titles to answer some practical problems.
Demonstrate The Use Of A Lever
Compare Buoyancy And Density Factors Of Cans Of Soda
How Does A Steel Ship Float?
What Are Anti-Bubbles?
How Does Color Affect Heat Absorption?
Fuels And Their Efficiency In Producing Energy
How Strong Are Plastic Wraps?
How Is Sound Produced?
What Is The Most Efficient Angle For Windmill Blades?
Which Bridge Design Is Stronger?
Demonstrate How To Bend Light
Illustrate The Doppler Effect
How To Measure The Speed of Sound?
What Makes Light White?
Medicine and Health Titles
Fancy yourself a future Doctor? Start your training early by choosing a medicine based science project.
Do Food Additives Affect Behavior In Young Children?
Which Furnace Filters Trap Air Particles Best?
Compare The Effectiveness Of Body Lotions
Compare Human Body Fat Measurement Instruments
Environmental Science Titles
We can all do more to protect and preserve our beautiful world, these titles concern environmentalism and look for solutions to our climate troubles.
How To Investigate Air Quality
How Does the El Nino Effect Work?
How Is The Weather Forecasted?
How To Identify Biodegradable Materials
Make A Model Ecosystem In A Bottle
How To Set Up A Bio Gas Experiment
Can Recycled Newspaper Be Used As Plant Fertilizer?
Which Substance Holds The Most Solar Energy?
Soil Erosion Studies
Computer Science Titles
If you have a love for technology design your own Computer Science project and wow the judges with any of these topics.
Design An Invincible Tic-Tac-Toe Program
Design And Build A Web Page
Web Animation Projects
Develop Frequency Histograms
Earth Science Titles
The destructive force of mother nature provides plenty of science fair titles, choose from:
Demonstrate How Earthquakes Are Caused
Demonstrate How Erosion Happens In Different Soils
Make Your Own Fossils
Demonstrate How A Tsunami Happens
Make A Tornado In A Bottle
About the Author
Lynn Star has a BA in Communications, is a 20+ year professional in real estate, tax analysis and preparation, and an in-depth researcher of any topic that catches her interest. She is also an avid do-it-yourselfer in home improvement, crafts and green technologies.