What Google Science Fair Winners Tell Us about Education

The results of the Google Science Fair are raising questions about the role that gender plays, if any, in achieving scientific excellence. The more important question may be an inquiry into what educational methods effectively spur interest in the sciences and having sparked interest, what educational methods best produce results. Read More …

Google Science Fair Winners Announced

Google has announced the Google Science Fair top three winners by age category. The winners are Lauren Hodge in the 13-14 age group who studied the effect of different marinades on the level of potentially harmful carcinogens in grilled chicken. Naomi Shah in the 15-16 age group who endeavored to prove that making changes to indoor environments that improve indoor air quality can reduce people’s Read More …

Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011- 2 Days to Kick Off

2 days are remaining to kick off Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011. The Imagine Cup is the world’s premier student technology competition. While competing with their peers from around the world, students gain real life experiences, make new friends, and turn their ideas into reality. The brightest young minds join together and using technology, take on the world’s toughest problems. Participants started to move to New York for participating. The competition sign up opens on July 9, 2010 at 12:01 A.M. GMT. Read More …

Intel ISEF: Largest Pre-College Science Competition for Students

I used to write about Google Science Fair, Google Summer of Code, Google Code In and Google Code Jamon this blog. Today I am leaving my Google addiction and this post is all about Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). Introduction to Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) is one of the Read More …

Google Science Fair Extended Deadline for Project submission

The Google Global Science Fair is a skill contest where students between the ages 13-18 can submit their Science Projects at Google designated website to compete for prizes. There is good news for the student who are not submitted yet a project to Science Fair. Google Science Fair extended their deadline for submissions until Thursday, 7 April 2011. Google will publish the selected projects list Read More …

Google Science Fair: How to Apply and Submit a Project- Complete Guide

Do you have a great idea and you believe it will change the entire world? Then Google Science fair is waiting for you! The Google Global Science Fair 2011 is a competition open to anyone who is a full-time student between the ages 13 – 18 enrolled in a school. The eligible students will be invited to submit their science projects at a Google designated Read More …