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Google always needs to be hiring the next generation of the brightest and best science and technology students from around the world. Google also wants to influence technology-driven youngsters to love using their products and services.
So, what better way to help maintain their critical applicant pool and develop their future customers than to inspire that generation with a science competition that offers big, big rewards.
The 2011 Google Science Fair is an online global science competition now open for anyone age 13 to 18. Applicants — with permission from their parents or guardians — use online Google web services and guidance to develop, implement, and report on a science project. Winners will receive huge monetary awards or internships or amazing experiences at research centers around the world.
Sign up online and help your young Einstein develop their science skills with Google support. Teachers are also directed on how to encourage their students to participate and bring this exciting new opportunity to the classroom. The deadline for final project entry is April 4, 2011. If your family or classroom is participating, please let Dynamic Patterns Research know about your experience!
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