The Google Science Fair 2011 Competition!

Google are looking for the brightest young scientists for the Google Science Fair 2011 Competition, they are looking for the kid aged from thirteen to eighteen, who are into science and who are willing to put together a cool but short presentation using either a slide show or video.

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There are some great prizes up for grabs too, with the Grand Prize being a ten day trip to the Galapagos Islands for the winner and parent or guardian.

Who can enter the Google Science Fair 2011 competition?

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.

How you can enter the Google Science Fair 2011 competition;

If you don’t already have one, create a Google Account. You will need a Google Account to complete the sign up form.

Complete the Google Science Fair sign up form. After you submit the form, you will see an important link on the confirmation page. This link will create the Google project submission site where you will post your science fair project details. Signed up but can’t find the link? Click here to create your Google project submission site.

Plan your science project, conduct your experiment, and write up your results.

Complete all of the sections of your Google project submission site (see sample project submission site).

Create either a two-minute video or 20-slide presentation giving an overview of your project and embed it on the Summary page of your project submission. A video or presentation is required to enter.

When your project site is done, make sure to submit it via this form by 4 April 2011.

Source [Google]