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2018 Google Science Fair
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2018, 10:37:58 pm »
Entries are invited from students around the world for the 2018 Google Science Fair. The deadline for submission of entries is 12th December, 2018.

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Google Science Fair

A good idea can come from anyone, anywhere. If you’re between 13-18, Google would love you to join them and share your best idea using science, technology, engineering, and math. It doesn’t matter if you use pen and paper or a full-scale lab; it’s all about the idea and the thinking behind it—no matter how big or small.

What should you do next? Start thinking up ideas. Go solo or grab some friends to join and dive into all the guides and inspiration we’ve collected to help you along the way. Oh, and check out the prizes—there’s way more this year!
Google Science Fair Eligibility.

    Competition is open to individuals 13 years of age as of December 12, 2018, and 18 years of age as of September 13, 2018
    Entrants from the 28 member countries in the European Union must be at least 16 years of age as of December 12, 2018. Entrants from South Korea and Israel must be at least 14 years of age as of December 12, 2018
    Previous Winners of Google Science Fair (of any award and/or prize) are not eligible to participate in Google Science Fair 2018.
    Ideas could be in any of these areas: Environment, Tech, Robotics, Space, Health, Community, Food, AI, Travel, Energy

Google Science Fair Prizes.

    Grand Prize: $50,000 education scholarship
    15,000 scholarship and travel to LEGO in Billund, Denmark
    15,000 scholarship and take an expedition to explore your world
    $15,000 scholarship and set sail with scientists across the world
    15,000 scholarship and tour Virgin Galactic’s facilities
    $5,000 gift card from LEGO Education for educational products
    20 Finalists will travel to Google Headquarters
    53 State Winners will receive an Android tablet and other goodies
    100 Regional Winners will receive a Chromebook and other goodies

Google Science Fair Judging Criteria.

    Inspirational Idea:The judges are looking for entries that offer a new perspective, fresh thinking, or an innovative approach. It doesn’t need to be a totally new area of STEM. In fact, most breakthroughs simply continue where others left off—and they’re all for that
    Capacity to make an Impact:The judges are looking closely to see if your work could positively impact the real world, either now or in the future. So, in your project, take the time to show how and where your findings could be applied or scaled to real-world scenarios
    Passion for Science/Engineering:The judges are looking for innovators who are really passionate about their project, so remember to include how you came up with the idea and why you wanted to pursue it. If this isn’t your first STEM competition, tell Google about it—they love to see where your passion has taken you! The “About me” section is the perfect place to communicate this
    Excellence of Method:The judges are checking that your Method/Testing works with your original Question/Proposal—and you’ve discussed the reasons for this. Remember, even if your original idea failed, it doesn’t mean it’s not a good project. Learning from your experiment is all part of the problem-solving process. Just be sure to talk about this, and suggest how it could be improved
    Communication:The judges all have different backgrounds and you need to be able to explain your project to all of them, so make sure you write clearly and concisely throughout. Try being creative in your approach to bring your project to life—shoot videos, take pictures and create visuals. Google Docs are also available to help you create presentations, graphs, and other materials that might be difficult to express in words alone, like your Results

Google Science Fair Timeline.

    Submissions open September 13th, 2018
    Submissions close December 12th, 2018
    State award winners announced March 2019
    Regional finalists announced April 2019
    Global finalists announced May 2019

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How to Enter Google Science Fair.

Interested candidates who meet the criteria listed above should apply by clicking on the “Apply” button below:

https://www.googlesciencefair.com/register
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