Divided into four categories:
- Health Research Proposal
- Behavioral Research Proposal
- Environmental Research Proposal
- Physical Science Research Proposal
Covers all areas of science if the project is in the planning stages. Do not use this category if you have data to present.
Accepted in the following categories:
Health Completed Project
Medicine & Health: Study of diseases and health of humans and animals – dentistry, pharmacology, pathology, ophthalmology, nutrition, sanitation, dermatology, allergies, speech and hearing, etc.
Biochemistry: Chemistry of life processes – molecular biology, molecular genetics, enzymes, photosynthesis, blood chemistry, protein chemistry, food chemistry, hormones, etc.
Behavioral Completed Project
Behavioral & Social Sciences: Human and animal behavior, social and community relationships-psychology, sociology, anthropology, archaeology, ethnology, ethnology, linguistics, learning, perception, urban problems, reading problems, public opinion surveys, educational testing, etc.
Environmental Completed Project
Environmental Science: Study of pollution (air, water, and land) sources and their control; ecology.
Microbiology: Biology of microorganisms – bacteriology, virology, protozoology, fungi, bacterial genetics, yeast, etc.
Zoology: Study of animal life – behavior, animal physiology, animal pathology, animal genetics.
Botany: Study of plant life – agriculture, agronomy, horticulture, forestry, plant taxonomy, plant physiology, plant pathology, plant genetics, hydroponics, etc.
Physical Science Completed Project
Chemistry: Study of nature and composition of matter and laws governing it— physical chemistry, organic chemistry (other than biochemistry), inorganic chemistry, materials, plastics, fuels, pesticides, metallurgy, soil chemistry, etc.
Computer Science: Study and development of computer hardware, software engineering, internet networking and communications, graphics (including human interface), simulations/virtual reality or computational science (including data structures, encryption, coding and information theory)
Earth Science: Geology, mineralogy, physiography, oceanography, meteorology, climatology, speleology, seismology, geography, etc.
Engineering: Technology; projects that directly apply scientific principles to manufacturing and practical uses— civil, mechanical, aeronautical, chemical, electrical, photographic, sound, automotive, marine, heating and refrigerating, transportation, environmental engineering, etc.
Environmental Science: Study of pollution (air, water, land)— sources and control; ecology
Mathematics: Development of formal logical systems or various numerical and algebraic computations, and the application of these principles— calculus, geometry, abstract algebra, number theory, statistics, complex analysis, probability.
Physics: Theories, principles, and laws governing energy and the effect of energy on matter— solid state, optics, acoustics, particle, nuclear, atomic, plasma, superconductivity, fluid and gas dynamics, thermodynamics, semiconductors, magnetism, quantum mechanics, biophysics, etc.
Space Science: Astronomy, planetary science, etc.
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