Google Science Fair 2016: #howcanwe make things better with science?

The 2016 Google Science Fair opens for submissions today. Together with LEGO Education, National Geographic, Scientific American and Virgin Galactic, we’re inviting all young explorers and innovators to make something better through science and engineering. To learn more about the competition, how to enter, prize details and more, visit the site, and follow along on Google+ and Twitter.Read the full article

#howcanwe change the world with science? Share your questions now!

Google Science Fair is back for 2016 and bigger than ever! This year, to kick things off, we want to know; what can you make better with science? Share your questions with the hashtag #howcanwe on Facebook and Twitter. Whether they are asking #howcanwe make bioplastic out of banana peel? or #howcanwe diagnose Alzheimer's earlier?, our finalists know that curiosity is what changes the world! Finalists and winners in this video include: Deepika Kurup, Elif Bilgin, Ann Makosinski, Anurudh Ganesan, Shree Bose, Ilda Ismaili, Anela Arifi, Sakhiwe Shongwe, Kenneth Shinozuka, Krtin Nithiyanandam, Viney Kumar, Mihir Garimella, Olivia Hallisey and Brittany Wenger. Learn how you can apply for this year's Science Fair at Facebook: Twitter: Website: