Have Your Students Enter the Google Science Fair

Help your classrooms explore authentic, real-world problems and issues throught he Google Science Fair.

The Google Science Fair is the world’s first global online science competition  dedicated to students ages 13-18. This is a collaborative effort between Google, CERN, the LEGO group, National Geographic, and Scientific American to celebrate the brightest young minds of today, as well as to encourage students to immerse themselves into the world of science.

Here’s how your students can enter:

  1. Go to www.google.com/sciencefair and sign up, as either individuals or teams of up to three.
  2. We’ll email their parent(s) or guardian(s), who must consent in order for them to enter.
  3. All entrants should review the contest rules and FAQs.
  4. Then they’ll create their projects (our online resources can help) and submit them online by April 4th, 2011. Simple as that!

For more information go to www.google.com/sciencefair.

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2 Responses to “Have Your Students Enter the Google Science Fair”

  1. Eric Dyer Says:

    Thank you for the invite. Am I reading this correctly? Sent April 4 for an April 4 due date? Bummer if it is, I have 40 projects to submit next week. Please let me know if I am reading this incorreclty.
    Thank you,
    Eric Dyer
    Woodland High School Agriculture.

  2. Veronica Van Ry Says:

    Eric–I apologize for the apparent tardiness. The email was sent to me on Monday and I posted it as I got it. Yes, it does appear that the deadline was April 4th.


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