From Digital Journal:

On January 9, more than 20 new Student Spaceflight Experiment Program research studies departed for the International Space Station. The finding from these research studies, designed by students between fifth grade and college, will be presented at the 2014 Spaceflight Experiment Program conference in July at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Projects include looking at the effects certain bacteria have in microgravity, whether spiders could hatch viable offspring in space, and whether the mold-killing properties of hydrogen peroxide also work in space.