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Hear about some unbelievably cool advances in medical technology from Dr. Kit Parker - ranging from organs on a chip to nano-fibers designed to repair skin. http://goo.gl/fy7Kmb

Questions Live - what are the Google Science Fair 2015 judges looking for? http://goo.gl/xLBfeV
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Remember when past Google Science Fair Finalist Trisha Prabhu met Bill Nye the Science Guy at +The White House Science Fair?

That was awesome. #WHScienceFair #TBT  
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From Google Science Fair finalists to honored guests, watch the recap of +The White House Science Fair that took place today: http://goo.gl/lgNr1v #WHScienceFair #GSF2015
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Can cells truly live forever? Here's your chance to find out in this special Google Science Fair 2015 Hangout On Air with Nobel Prize-winner Dr.  Elizabeth Blackburn.

Our DNA works in amazing ways - and it turns out that telomeres, the ends of certain kinds of cells in our DNA, may have a direct impact on how long and well we live. Dr. Blackburn is working to understand how telomeres function, and can give us some ideas about how the way we live can affect the health of our DNA.

You won't want to miss this Hangout. Post your questions for Dr. Blackburn using Q&A, then come watch live!

If you’re a teacher with a high school classroom, you may be able to join the Hangout LIVE. You can complete the brief  application form at http://goo.gl/A5piKy.

And if you’re a student between the age of 13 and 18, be sure to register for Google Science Fair at http://goo.gl/nFeXAw

Friday, April 3, 2015 - 11AM PT / 2PM ET / 1800 GMT
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Google Science Fair. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Sign up for this Hangout On Air, then come hear Hannah, one of your Google Science Fair advisers, answer your questions.

Post your questions in Q&A on the event page, then watch the Hangout On Air from the event page.

If you're between the ages of 13 and 18, you can go ahead and register for the competition on the Google Science Fair web site: http://goo.gl/nFeXAw

Monday, March 30, 2015 - 9AM PT / 12PM ET / 1600 GMT
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How can geckos teach humans to climb like Spider-Man?

The feet of this agile reptile exert a special adhesive that allows them to stick to just about any surface without leaving residue. Through observation, biomechanists and engineering researchers have begun developing gecko-like adhesion technology for humans: http://goo.gl/BIJzyj

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In 1 hour, come learn about "Engineering the Body" with Dr. Kit Parker!
7AM PT / 10AM ET / 1400 GMT
http://goo.gl/FgPmJ2
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Tomorrow, on a special day and time: Hangout with Kit Parker, and learn about Engineering the Body!

http://goo.gl/FgPmJ2

Kit Parker researches cardiac cell biology and tissue engineering, traumatic brain injury, and biological applications of micro- and nanotechnologies. In other words: He’s using leading-edge technology to figure out how to repair our bodies more effectively.

As part of Google Science Fair's Innovator Week, come watch Kit interviewed by +Mariette DiChristina , Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American, and hear about the amazing new technologies that can help people recover from traumatic injuries - and learn about the future of engineering our bodies.

Post your questions for Kit using Q&A, then come watch live!

If you’re a teacher with a high school classroom, you may be able to join the Hangout LIVE. You can complete the brief application form at http://goo.gl/A5piKy

And if you’re a student between the age of 13 and 18, be sure to register for Google Science Fair at http://goo.gl/nFeXAw

Engineering the Body! Professor Kit Parker, Harvard School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
A Google Science Fair 2015 Hangout On Air
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 7AM PT / 10AM ET / 1400 GMT
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What areas of study inspire you to change the world?

Today's Google #Doodle celebrates Emmy Noether, a German mathematician whose contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics have paved the way for #GSF2015 projects today. #science

Doodle: Sophie Diao
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Introduction
Google Science Fair is an international, online science and technology competition that encourages students between the ages of 13 to 18 to be curious, ask questions, and perform science experiments to answer those questions. In partnership with 
Virgin GalacticLEGO Education, National Geographic, and Scientific American, Google invites these students to post their science projects online so that they may compete for prizes, scholarships, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. 

Google Science Fair 2014 launched on February 12. The project deadline for the competition is May 12.  The 90 Regional Finalists, Local Award winners and Scientific American Science in Action Award nominees will be announces in June.

Be inspired: Join weekly hangouts on air with Google Science Fair and the scientists and technologists that are changing the world. For the full schedule, click here

Interested students and teachers should visit googlesciencefair.com to learn more and sign up. 

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