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If you expect Sept. 21st to be another normal Monday, think again.

RSVP to the Exhibit Hall livestream → goo.gl/XDY9iC
RSVP to the Awards Celebration livestream → goo.gl/Atn6KC

From purifying water with corn cobs to transporting Ebola antibodies through silk, join us live (goo.gl/XDY9iC) to journey through the Google Science Fair Exhibit Hall. We'll hear our global finalists explain their innovative solutions to some of today's biggest challenges. Former GSF winners +Shree Bose and Mihir Garimella will lead the tour as we meet the young scientists and see their discoveries live! 

Later that day, we'll announce the winners of the fifth annual Google Science Fair live from Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California. Join us, along with partners +LEGO +National Geographic +Scientific American and +Virgin Galactic to celebrate the accomplishments of tomorrow's dreamers, inventors and science masterminds worldwide. For more information on the types of awards, visit our website → goo.gl/ocU9Uj
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Stephen Hawking has proposed a new theory about black holes → goo.gl/8VqfBc via +Science News.

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The moment you've all been waiting for!

Please join us on September 21st at 7pm PT, as we announce the winners of the fifth annual Google Science Fair live from Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California.

We challenged the next generation of young scientists, inventors, and innovators from around the globe with one question: “What will you try?” And if past endeavors are any indication - ending world hunger, solving the energy crisis, and helping Alzheimer’s patients, just to name a few - these 13-18 year olds might just change the world.

This hour-long show will take you right into the action, where you'll hear the winners announced live.

We hope you can join us, along with our partners, LEGO, National Geographic, Scientific American and Virgin Galactic, in celebration of these brilliant and brave Google Science Fair winners.
2015 Google Science Fair Awards Celebration
Mon, September 21, 10:00 PM
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+Robert Brewer Yes, it is. The link to watch will be embedded on the event page, as well as on our YouTube channel.
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And the winners are...(drumroll please)...

The moment you've been waiting for is almost here! Meet the winners of this year's Google Science Fair at the #GSF2015 Awards Ceremony. Stay tuned for more info on how to watch our epic livestream from home.
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How do we know where to find supernovae? What's driving the search for dark energy and dark matter? How can we learn about parts of the universe that are impossibly far away?

Come join Alex Filippenko, an American astrophysicist and Professor of Astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley, to find out.

Professor Filippenko is the only person who was a member of two teams that found we have an accelerating universe, and its implied existence of dark energy - the discovery that resulted in the 2011 Nobel prize for physics being awarded to the leaders of the two project teams.

Sign up on this event page for this fascinating Hangout On Air, post questions for Professor Filippenko, then come watch live!

Friday, August 28, 2015 - 1030AM PT / 130PM ET / 1730 GMT
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Just wanted to say thanks to Alex Dainis and the professor Filippenko for sharing their knowledge.  Sharing is caring.
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In 1 hour - Supernovae! Dark matter! Dark energy! Come learn how scientists explore the universe. https://goo.gl/1viizX

How do we know where to find supernovae? What's driving the search for dark energy and dark matter? How can we learn about parts of the universe that are impossibly far away?

Come join Alex Filippenko, an American astrophysicist and Professor of Astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley, to find out.

Professor Filippenko is the only person who was a member of two teams that found we have an accelerating universe, and its implied existence of dark energy - the discovery that resulted in the 2011 Nobel prize for physics being awarded to the leaders of the two project teams.

Sign up on this event page for this fascinating Hangout On Air, post questions for Professor Filippenko, then come watch live!

Friday, August 28, 2015 - 1030AM PT / 130PM ET / 1730 GMT
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Tomorrow - Supernovae! Dark matter! Dark energy! Find out how scientists explore the universe https://goo.gl/1viizX #gsf2015
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Join us live for a look at the projects of the 2015 Google Science Fair global finalists. From purifying water with corn cobs to transporting Ebola antibodies through silk; extracting water from air or quickly transporting vaccines to areas in need, these students have all tried inventive, unconventional things to help solve challenges they see around them. 

Former GSF finalists Shree Bose (2011) and Mihir Garimella (2014) will lead the tour as we meet the young scientists and see their discoveries live!

Monday, September 21, 2015 - 1000AM PT / 1200PM ET / 1600 GMT
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Supernovae! Dark matter! Dark energy! Come learn how scientists explore the universe https://goo.gl/1viizX

How do we know where to find supernovae? What's driving the search for dark energy and dark matter? How can we learn about parts of the universe that are impossibly far away?

This coming Friday, join Alex Filippenko, an American astrophysicist and Professor of Astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley, to find out.

Professor Filippenko is the only person who was a member of two teams that found we have an accelerating universe, and its implied existence of dark energy - the discovery that resulted in the 2011 Nobel prize for physics being awarded to the leaders of the two project teams.

Sign up on the event page for this fascinating Hangout On Air, post questions for Professor Filippenko, then come watch live!

Friday, August 28, 2015 - 1030AM PT / 130PM ET / 1730 GMT

https://goo.gl/1viizX
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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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