Submissions open September 2018
Every idea has the power to shape our world.
“Can I power a flashlight without batteries?”
2013 Winner, Canada
“How can a fly help search and rescue teams?”
2014 Winner, USA
“How can we help ambulances reach their destination faster?”
2013 Winner, Australia
That’s where you come in. If you're between 13 and 18, we’d love for you to join us to share your ideas with the world.
No idea is too big or too small. And this year, there are even more reasons to celebrate.
We’re talking about prizes. Lots of prizes.
Global finalists announced
Teachers and mentors play a huge role in Google Science Fair. That’s why we’ve created a full library of teaching materials and exercises focused on the problem-solving process. Flexible enough to apply to virtually any subject or teaching style.
1. Find a problem worth solving
2. Think up ideas & select the best one
3. Explore your idea & develop a solution
4. Experiment & test out your solution
5. Collect & communicate your results
6. Wrap up your findings & draw a conclusion
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