Google beckons young scientists to Global Science Fair 2011

Google Global Science Fair 2011
California, Mar 31: There is a popular belief that falling of an apple sparked Isaac Newton to invent the Universal Law of Gravitation. The story may be true or false, but a simple idea, "Why should that apple always descend perpendicularly to the ground?" made him to think and later he described the world, how a universal force, gravity, applied to all objects in all parts of the universe.

All technological devices - a simple stapler to super computers - are developed from a mere idea. If you have any remarkable idea with you, the technology giant Google had set the stage for you. Google beckons the young scientists for the Google Global Science Fair 2011.

With the Google Global Science Fair, Google is looking for the brightest, best young scientists from around the world to submit interesting, creative projects that are relevant to the world today. Students aged 13 to 18 can participate in this online science competition.

The competition is divided into three age categories, 13 to 14 year olds, 15 to 16 year olds and 17 to 18 year olds. An individual or a group can submit only one entry. Click HERE to register for Google Global Science Fair 2011.

Google defines a science project as "an in-depth investigation of a scientific question that involves forming a hypothesis, testing your hypothesis with an experiment, making your observations, drawing conclusions and presenting the findings."

The projects should fit to any of the following topics - Computer Science & Mathematics, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Behavioral & Social Sciences, Flora & Fauna, Energy & Space, Inventions & Innovation, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Food Science and, Electricity and Electronics.

For the first and second round of judging, the panel will comprise of teachers and university professors. The finalist judging event will take place at Google head quarters in California, USA on 11 Jul 2011. The finalist judging panel will comprise of science luminaries, tech innovators and a Nobel laureate.

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