Google Launches A Worldwide Science Fair For Teens
So you or your child has already conquered the annual school science fair? And you’ve even dominated at the regional and state levels, too? And you’re thinking to yourself, “We need a real challenge. Competing against Johnny down the block was too easy.”
Well, Google has something just for you: the first Google Science Fair.
Any student from 13 to 18 years old can enter, no matter where you call home. The only requirements are a computer, Internet access, and a web browser (because you’ll begin by building and submitting the science project online). Registration is open until April 4th.
In its announcement, Google reminds us that Google itself was basically a science project developed by its founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, way back when.
The Google Science Fair is a partnership between Google and CERN, The LEGO Group, National Geographic and Scientific American.
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