Google is looking for students who will change the world.
This week, the largest online science fair in the world opened to students around the globe. For two years, thousands of students from more than 90 countries around the world, have submitted research projects that have challenged conventional thinking and pushed the field of science to new and exciting heights. In 2012, winning projects explored the hidden life of water, music for the hearing-impaired, and innovative breast cancer diagnosis. The annual Google Science Fair is open to all students, ages 13-18. The grand prize includes a National Geographic Expedition to the Galápagos Islands!
Photograph by: James Olinde, MyShot
National Geographic Explorers T.H. Culhane and Enric Sala are among the renowned panel of scientists that will serve as Science Fair judges.
Make sure you share this incredible opportunity with your students and check out this blog post to follow along as National Geographic Explorer, T.H. Culhane takes us inside being a judge and explains what that means to him.
For detailed information visit the competition website and find details and resources for:
How you can get involved and spread the word to other educators
How the Google Science Fair works
How to get your students excited about the fair
How you can get your students involved
Benefits of entering and much, much more!
One thought on “Google Science Fair 2013”
This is a great program sponsored by Google. The demand for future scientists will be at an all time high. This is a great way to encourage students to explore this as a career!