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Check out our awesome list of technology science fair projects for kids. Find easy ideas from a range of topics that will help you create a first place prize winning science fair project. Research technology and answer questions related to everything from fuel sources to computers, the future of cell phones, cameras and more. Take advantage of the free resources and have fun making a cool technology based science fair project for whatever grade of elementary, middle school or high school you are in.

 
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Cool Technology Science Fair Project Ideas

 
Can you make a robot with some form of artificial intelligence?
Make a machine or device to help you with your daily chores.
Research how building and construction methods have changed over the years.
How are modern buildings designed to withstand large earthquakes?
Do video games have any positive side effects?
Make your own camera.
How accurate are different types of clocks?
In what places can you not get cell phone reception?
Make a homemade television aerial.
Study how a ball point pen works.
How do gears in a car work?
Research potential fuels that could be used in future vehicles.
How much heat do cell phones produce?
Make a solar powered vehicle.
Research how modern digital cameras work.
How does the search engine Google calculate its search results?
What advantages do different image formats have over each other?
Make your own counting machine (calculator).
How do rewritable CD’s and DVD’s work?
What is Moore’s law and how accurate has it been?
Test different building designs for earthquake stability.
How reliable are fire alarms?
Are wireless signals more reliable in higher temperatures?
 

 

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