Sunday, March 13, 2011

Google Science Fair Experiment

Google Science Fair Experiment

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.

See: Welcome to the Google Science Fair!

The competition is open to students aged 13 to 18 from around the world working on their own or in a team of two or three. For more details, visit the Science Fair Rules page.

For more details, go to: Who can enter?

See also: Surfs Up in the Google Science Fair in Google Science Fair Blog  

"The Falcon International School is an independent international school located in Garabito County, Costa Rica. With students from countries around the world, the Falcon International School aims to “develop a global understanding of education and citizenship” in its students. As part of this goal, students maintain constant communication with one another via the internet, have regular real-time video conferences with students abroad and participate in international student competitions like the Google Science Fair.

Mr. Miller and his students at the Falcon International School are taking their Google Science Fair projects somewhere few science fair projects have been before: into the blue waters and clean surf breaks of Costa Rica’s pacific coast! As an avid surfer, Mr. Miller originally came to Costa Rica to study primates in the country’s diverse tropical rain forests during grad school. After falling in love with the country’s sunny climate, warm people and pristine surf breaks, he decided to stay to teach full time and combine his passions for science and surfing."

Continue reading the full article at:  Surfs Up in the Google Science Fair


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