All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Science Fair’

Interested In The Google Science Fair? Watch This Hangout.

Google announced last week that it is now taking submissions for the Google Science Fair. Today, the company posted the first in a series of Google Science Fair Office Hours Google+ Hangouts on Air. In the hangout, Jemma from the UK Google Science Fair team joins 2011 finalist Gavin Ovsak to address some questions about he Google Science Fair that …

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Google Science Fair 2013 Now Accepting Submissions

For the third year, Google is holding an international science fair for teens. The Google Science Fair is a partnership between Google, CERN, LEGO, National Geographic, and Scientific American. “For the past two years, thousands of students from more than 90 countries have submitted research projects that address some of the most challenging problems we face today. Previous winners tackled …

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Google Asks: Are We Ready For Robots Who Can Think, Act, And Relate To Humans?

This is the kind of thing many have probably expected Google to build eventually – a robot who can think, act, and relate to humans. Don’t worry, it’s hardly an announcement for a new robot product, but Google Science Fair tweeted this today: Follow @googlescifair Google Science Fair @googlescifair Robots that can think, act, and relate to humans–they even look …

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Google Science Fair Finalists Announced – Prepare to Feel Humbled

The pool of entrants to Google’s 2012 Science Fair has been winnowed down to 90 insanely brilliant finalists from different regions around the world. Winners from each of the three age divisions will compete for the Grand Prize of a $50,000 scholarship, a personal LEGO mosaic, a trip to the Galapagos to visit Darwin’s Living Laboratory, and most likely enough …

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Google Science Fair to Reward Winners Handsomely

Winners of the Google Science Fair, the world’s largest online science competition, will be handsomely rewarded for their efforts: prizes include “once-in-a-lifetime experiences like a scientific trip to the Galapagos Islands with National Geographic Expeditions, unique scholarships, and real-life work opportunities in iconic science centers of excellence like CERN in Switzerland.” CERN is located in Geneva and is “an organization …

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Google Science Fair Winners Announced

Aside from their attempted take down of Facebook, Google has other ventures to attend to as well. Whether it’s introducing new Google Doodles that recognize St. Basil’s Cathedral and beta launches of Google Offer, they also flexed some of their altruistic muscles with the inaugural Google Science Fair. In fact, the winners of the science fair have been named, and …

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Global “Google Science Fair” Planned

Not much info is available at this point, but the parents and teachers of scientifically inclined 13-18 year olds (along with the 13-18 year olds themselves) might want to stay close to their computers tomorrow morning.  At 9 AM EST, Google intends to announce the first-ever Google Science Fair.

Google’s described the event as "the world’s first online global science competition," and some interesting partners are also involved: CERN, LEGO, National Geographic, and Scientific American. 

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