Get ready to witness the 1st online science fair! Google asks students from ages 13 to 18 to submit their ideas and propositions for the 2011 Google Science Fair and win some really good prizes for their effort.
The Google Science Fair welcomes ‘young scientists’ from all over the world to participate and present their projects pertaining to a number of subjects either individually or as a team. Submissions are being accepted from 11th January to 4th April 2011 in which a video or presentation is required to enter the contest. The global science competition is being arranged “in partnership with CERN, the LEGO Group, National Geographic, and Scientific American“.
Firstly, 60 global semi-finalists will be chosen and then from them 15 finalists, to contest for the winning prize. The finalists will be given the chance to visit Google HQ in California, USA to attend a celebratory Science Fair. On 11th July winners will be declared in three age categories 13-14, 15-16 and 17-18, from which a grand prize winner will be selected.
Prizes include a 10 day trip to Galapagos Islands, scholarships, once in a lifetime experiences, Lego prizes and much more. So, enthusiastic participants put on your thinking caps and bring forward your talent to help the world around you! Wish you the very best. There’s also a video to inspire you. Check it out below.
For more information visit Google Science Fair 2011.
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