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NatGeo: The annual Google Science Fair launches today, inviting students around the world ages 13-18 to explore and pursue their interests in science and technology. For the past two years, thousands of students from more than 90 countries worldwide have submitted research projects that address some of the most challenging projects we face today. This being the largest online science fair in the world, prizes are pretty big themselves. The grand prize includes a National Geographic Expedition to the Galápagos Islands. National Geographic Explorers T.H. Culhaneand Enric Sala are among the renowned panel of scientists that will serve as Science Fair judges. Below, T.H. takes us inside being a judge and what it means to him.
By T.H. Culhane, National Geographic Emerging Explorer
For the past two years I have had the Privilege – and I mean that with a capital P – to act as a judge for the Google Science Fair. And the privilege doesn’t come from rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s greatest scientists, engineers and educators.
No, the privilege comes from having a ringside seat to a sincere spectacle of hope performed by young people from around the planet. The privilege comes from being able to interact with these young researchers, innovators and inventors whose earnest endeavors in engineering and science, on display in the large Google Science Fair hall for the edification of the public.
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