Google Science Fair Winners

SCIENCE

Think about what you love, what you’re good at, and what you really want to change. Think about entering Google Science Fair 2015. But first, think about how these young scientists are changing the world, from world hunger to environmental clean-ups. (Google Science Fair)

Use our resources to see where science can take your career.

And the winners are . . .

Natural Bacteria Combatting World Hunger

Grand Prize Winner
15-16 age group winner
Ciara Judge, Émer Hickey and Sophie Healy-Thow (Ireland)

They love: microbiology
They’re good at: gardening
They want to: aid the food crisis
Learn more about this project!

Love getting dirty? Love eating? Try a career as a pedologist.

 

Converting Breath to Speech for the Disabled

Voter’s Choice Award
Arsh Dilbagi (India)

He loves: robots
He’s good at: computer science and math
He wants to: change the world
Learn more about this project!

Love computers? Love engineering? Try a career in robotics!

 

Wearable Sensors for an Aging Society

Scientific American Science in Action Award
Kenneth Shinozuka (United States)

He loves: solving problems
He’s good at: daydreaming
He wants to: help our aging society
Learn more about this project!

Love health care? Love your local community? Try a career as a biotechnologist!

 

Cleaning Up Oil Sands Waste

17-18 age group winner
Hayley Todesco (Canada)

She loves: nature
She’s good at: building things
She wants to: help save the planet
Learn more about this project!

Love the environment? Love engineering? Try a career in renewable energy!

 

Fruit Fly-Inspired Flying Robots

13-14 age group winner
Computer Science Award
Mihir Garimella (United States)

He loves: robotics
He’s good at: coding
He wants to: help flying robots save lives
Learn more about this project!

Love nature? Love robots? Try a career as a biomimicry engineer!

 

Interested in participating in Google Science Fair 2015? You should be! The Grand Prize includes a 10-day trip to the Galapagos Islands with National Geographic Expeditions, an incredible experience at the Virgin Galactic Spaceport and $50,000 in scholarship funding.

Use this springboard to get started!

Watch for updates and learn more about the annual Google Science Fair here.

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