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A study of varying attitudes,aggression and behaviour amongst different students through a survey. The project generated much interest from the students and fascinating results.

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we hope to see do peoples opinions towards the life of the unborn change based on their age, religion and gender.

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Our project wishes to investigate can electricity be made from waste water exiting the household through the sink outlet pipe or any other water outlet?

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Our project involves a water safety device worn conveniently and discreetly around the wrist which can be used to prevent drowning or in water-related emergencies.

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A cheap affordable device to alert householders should water taps be left running or dripping. An extremely useful device for when water metering becomes compulsory.

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A measure of the way students/staff move in our school and weather the school is designed effectively for this movement.

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My project is about the weight of students school bags in secondary school. How it effects certain areas of their body like their back spine and shoulders and the long term damage that may be caused by such weight on these areas of the body.

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We are studying the width of the field margin and how it affects the wildlife/biodiversity and hence the productivity of the farmland.

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I am investigating the African Red Palm Oil as a natural treatment of head lice and resulting strengthening of hair.

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A creative lightweight and responsive interface for people to interact with the technological world making their experience even more intriguing and interesting than ever before.

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