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So before you actually do your project you should go to the this website of the science fair that you find to participate in and fill out the required forms a lot of forms are supposed to be signed and dated before you start your experimenting and the reason they do this is they want to make sure that your procedure is safe so they're having your teacher or your parent sign these papers to make sure that you're not going to hurt yourself if there's any type of human subjects that are being used or if there's any type of animals or electrical there are special forms that you have to fill out so you need to make sure and read the rules and read the paperwork for your science fair and make sure you have the proper approvals before you bit begin experimenting so again if you have human subjects or animals there are special forms you fill out and you're going to have to go through what's called an institutional review board it's not that bad it's just basically having a science teacher a nurse or a doctor or a vet if it's animals and a school administrator read through your paperwork and sign it and say you know everything's fine you're not going to be hurting your subjects if you are a homeschool student you can use a co-op leader to sign as a school administrator and that's perfectly fine if you are using any kind of electrical or equipment that may be dangerous you will have to go through a scientific review committee and have prior approval before before doing your project so make sure you read those the the forms there simple there's usually a couple forms that you have to fill out for most projects fill them out before have your teacher and your parents sign them and make sure you're safe.

FAQ

How can I find topics/subjects for Science Fair project on cyber security?
As you have basic understanding of Python then you can work on python in Cyber Security field and make a project for the sameThere are many tools available in the market and which are also easily available. There are also time when these tools don't work as expected. You should know what to do when these tools fail or how to make your own tools. You can achieve this by learning python in the cyber security domain. It will help you in your future while working in this domain.Somebody has truly said, “When tools fail, writing your own scripts make you a true pentester”.You can learn python from various online resources. Some of them are :Free Python for Security Professionals Training Class - CybraryPython For Offensive PenTest: A Complete Practical CourseThere are many good projects which you can make in python like Reverse shells, VPN, Honey Pots, Encryption, Ransomware, Password Grabbing, Reconnaissance tools, etc.It's really exciting language when used for cyber security. You will know it's potential when you learn it.My favourite project using python is making Ransomware. You can make use of different encryption techniques to make a ransomware. It would be really good to show it in your School research project.I hope this answer will help you.All the best for your project!
How do Intel Science Talent Search/Google Science Fair winners approach their projects?
We didn't win the Intel ISEF. We did win the subject category (Computer Science) in the Indian edition of ISEF, called the Intel Science Talent Discovery Fair, which is a feeder contest to ISEF, back in 2021. I would give a couple of generic suggestions, since most of the other learnings from the process were specific to my subject.One of the most important things is to have a good understanding of the problem that you are trying to solve. Its easy to get lost in the process and not achieve anything. Outline the problem clearly, and set clear objectives. This will go a long way in convincing the judges that there is a real problem worth solving, as well as keep yourself motivated towards the hard goals that you have set.Secondly, keep a log book (we didn't have Evernote back then) of the work that you are doing each day. If you are working in a team, make sure that you work together frequently, and sync up on the progress being made. Often, its not easy to clearly demarcate and divide work, in which case it becomes tricky. Also, when we were working on the project, we had assigned mentors, that we could talk to and discuss our problems with. Their advice  and suggestions were valuable. So, make sure you take the advantage of that, if you have that opportunity.
How would you write out a thesis statement on a science fair project if there aren’t any examples to show how to do it?
There are examples--journal papers. You really shouldn't be as technical as them (considering the audience you're aiming for), but you should be able to explain all of your major concepts and results in brief and easy-to-understand explanations. It's also dependent on which science fair you're going for, i.e. JSHS, ISEF, etc.