Introducing the world’s first online global science competition, the Google Science Fair! Google has partnered with CERN, LEGO, National Geographic and Scientific American to create a new kind of online science competition that is more global, open and inclusive than ever before. Students aged 13 – 18 from around the world are invited to enter and compete for awesome once-in-a-lifetime experiences, scholarships and real-life work opportunities. Check out the cool video 🙂
Sign up today at google.com/sciencefair.
Google Science Fair: How to enter
Google Science Fair is looking for the brightest young scientists from around the world to submit interesting, creative projects that are relevant to the world today.
Who can enter?
The competition is open to students aged 13 to 18 from around the world working on their own or in a team of two or three. For more details, visit the Science Fair Rules page.
How to enter
If you don’t already have one, create a Google Account. You will need a Google Account to complete the sign up form.
Complete the Google Science Fair sign up form
After you submit the form:
You will see an important link on the confirmation page. This link will create the Google project submission site where you will post your science fair project details. Signed up but can’t find the link? Click here to create your Google project submission site.
An email will be sent to your parent/guardian asking them to complete a consent form. Has your parent/guardian not yet received an email requesting their consent? Forward this link https://services.google.com/fb/forms/gosfconsent/ to them.
Plan your science project, conduct your experiment, and write up your results.
Complete all of the sections of your Google project submission site (see sample project submission site).
Create either a two-minute video or 20-slide presentation giving an overview of your project and embed it on the Summary page of your project submission. A video or presentation is required to enter.
When your project site is done, make sure to submit it via this form by 4 April 2011.
Detailed instructions and tips for building your project submission can be found in the Resources section of this website.
Please note: Entries and supporting documentation must be submitted in English. Google Translate is a free tool that may be useful for students who don’t speak English as a first language.
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