Via National Geographic

It’s your turn to change the world, and the 2014 Google Science Fair (GSF) is your next chance to get started. Once again, National Geographic is helping to make this worldwide search for the next generation of great scientists a thrilling and enlightening reality.  In year’s past these future explorers have tackled some of the world’s greatest challenges, like an anti-flu medicine, an exoskeletal glove, a battery-free flashlightbanana bioplastics and more efficient ways of farming.

The Grand Prize includes an National Geographic Expedition to the Galapagos. Brittany Wenger, winner of the 2012 Google Science Fair, documented her trip with National Geographic to the Galapagos last year. Other prizes come from GSF partner’s Scientific AmericanLego, and Virgin Galactic.

Finalists will be narrowed down to 90 regional finalists in June.  Then, in August,15 Global Finalists will join us at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, CA for the finalist event where all the finalists will exhibit their projects and the Grand Prize winner will be named.

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