Over the summer, to go into Chem I Honors, students at my school have to complete a science fair project. I had decided to do something with bridge structure, and nobody- not my adviser or my teacher- told me what a terrible idea i had. I originally had planned to make mini models with actual construction materials, but after realizing that t was impossible to control all variables in this situation, I had to reconsider. However, it is too late to completely change my idea because my procedure was somehow given the go-ahead (and a 95/100). I then considered using Popsicle sticks to build the bridges, and to have a set number of Popsicle sticks so that the structure was the only thing that changed. Then upon a little research I realized that this project was on a 6th grade level, and would not be acceptable considering how big a grade this is. I was thinking about something with aerodynamics and bridge structure, but I am having a lot of trouble finding specific ideas on the subject. I desperately need hemp with this project. What are some questions I can start with in this field? What type of experiment would be acceptable for this topic? How can I involve bridge structure in a high school honors class level science fair project?