Scientific American announced the winners of its inaugural Science in Action award, part of the Google Science Fair.
Educator Titus Mandla Sithole reflects on bringing the Google Science Fair into his classroom
Guest post by T.H. Culhane, a science educator and Google Science Fair judge
Titus Mandla Sithole, teacher to the two Swaziland teenagers who won the 2012 Science in Action Award, describes how they have introduced their project to the community
The winners of the Google Science Fair have been announced.
Winner Brittany Wenger wrote a computer program to help doctors diagnose breast cancer less invasively
An interview with 2012 Google Science Fair winner, Brittany Wenger
Mark Liang, Anjan Venkatesh and Menna Abdel Gawad
Carlos Vega García, Catherine Wong and Andrew Chen
Katherine Zimmerman, Ricardo Enrique Alba Torres and Sumit Singh
Grace Brosofsky and Geoffrey Tanudjaja
Sabera Tulukder and Sakhiwe Shongwe
What's your question?
The key is combining the correct use of the scientific method with a fresh idea
Check out these classics from science fair judges, with examples of good and bad responses
Parents and students can start here for tips on designing an original, creative, and technically correct science fair project.
Shree Bose of Fort Worth, Texas, won a $50,000 scholarship and a trip to the Galapagos
Fifteen student finalists from across the globe, selected from thousands of entrants, were flown to Google headquarters to compete for the grand prize
SA Editor in Chief Mariette DiChristina interviews Science Fair Judge Marion Nestle, a professor of nutrition, food studies and public health at New York University
The first annual Google Science Fair kicks off in New York City.
Deadline: Dec 11 2013
Reward: $52,000 USD
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