Google Science Fair 2016 is back again and open for submissions! This year, we’re encouraging students all over the world to make something better with science. Maybe it’s making something slower or faster. Louder or larger. Whatever it is, science is how you make things better and Google Science Fair is where you do it.
From pedal-powered vaccine delivery to finding new objects in our universe or increasing access to clean water, our 2015 winners asked some serious questions about the world, and created solutions through science and engineering.
So this year, ask your students what they can make better. They have until May 17th 2016 to share their ideas and win some incredible prizes.
The 2016 Google Science Fair
is open for submissions!
Educators can get involved too!
• Share our lesson plans and idea-generation toolkits with fellow educators
• Spark students’ ideas with our Make Better Generator
• Stay in the know on all Science Fair announcements by connecting with us on Google+ and Youtube
• Show your students science is everywhere with fun classroom posters
We are accepting entries in English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Arabic, Hebrew, Polish, Japanese, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Chinese (Hong Kong or Taiwan), and Turkish. Note that some additional eligibility requirements may apply in your country; please check the Official Rules for more information.
We’re excited to work with you to continue inspiring and encouraging bright young scientists around the globe to make things better through science. We can’t wait to see what your students come up with.
This post is based on an email from The Google Science Fair Team