Google today kicked off registration for its third annual contest. The search giant is partnering with CERN, the LEGO Group, National Geographic, and Scientific American to find the next generation of scientists and engineers.
It’s a non controversial belief that STEM programs are greatly needed in the primary education setting. That’s why the Foundation For Academic Excellence supports the programs it does. When companies like Google get involved the opportunities are ramped up by an order of magnitude!
Last year’s winners presented projects that dealt with the early diagnosis of breast cancer, improving the music-listening experience for people with hearing loss, and documenting the ecosystem found in water.