2011 Google Science Fair: Vote for the Einsteins of the Future

Google Science Fair is now open for public vorting. Google announced this competition, in January this year, and since then they have received more than 7,500 science projects from more than 10,000 students in more than 90 countries -- making this the biggest science competition in the world. Out of this outstanding group of submissions […]

Google Science Fair is now open for public vorting. Google announced this competition, in January this year, and since then they have received more than 7,500 science projects from more than 10,000 students in more than 90 countries -- making this the biggest science competition in the world. Out of this outstanding group of submissions Google have selected the 60 best entries and now it's your turn to help us select a People's Choice winner.

"From today until Friday, May 20, you can vote for your favorite project in each age category (13-14, 15-16, 17-18) to help us select our People's Choice winner, who will take home a $10,000 scholarship. On May 23, we'll announce the winner as well as our top 15 finalist projects.

The finalists will be flown out to Google's headquarters in California for the final round of judging conducted by our panel of renowned scientist and innovator judges, as well as a celebration event," Google stated.

And if you missed registration this year, sign up to receive a notification when registration opens for the Google Science Fair 2012.

[Source: Google blog]