Google Science Fair 2013
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S.NoClassAge Category
[13-14]
[15-16]
[17-18]
Team MembersDate of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
between 31 Jan 1994 and 30 Apr 2000
Project Category
[Computer Science & Math
Earth & Environmental Sciences
Behavioral & Social Sciences
Flora & Fauna
Energy & Space
Inventions & Innovation
Physics
Biology
Chemistry
Food Science
Electricity & Electronics]
Project TitleSection1: Summary
A brief overview of your Project.
Optional additions to your summary (submit only 1 of the following options):

two (2) minute YouTube video
slideshow with a maximum of twenty (20) slides
[40 marks]
Section 2: About Me: Introduce yourself / your team.
[20 marks]
Section 3: Question / Proposal - Describe the question that you are investigating and your hypothesis, or the problem that you are going to try to solve and the outcome that you expect.
[20 marks]
Section 4: Research - An account of the research that you have done into your chosen category, and how this has influenced your Project.Section 5: Method / Testing and Redesign - Describe in detail how you carried out your experiment or tested your solution.Section 6: Results - Your data and observations gathered during your experiment or testing, presented clearly with a description of any patterns or trends.Section 7: Conclusion / Report - An explanation of how your experiment or testing answers your question, or why it fails to do so, and whether or not the outcome was as you expected.
[20 marks]
Section 8: Bibliography, References and AcknowledgementsScience in Action:

The Science in Action prize sponsored by Scientific American, honors a project that can make a practical difference by addressing an environmental, health or resources problem.
Submissions should be innovative, easy to put into action and expandable to other communities.
Inspired Idea Award: The Inspired Idea Award will be decided by public vote and will be awarded to a project which the public deems to have the ability to have the greatest impact to change the world.
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19 IGRishab Karwa11/30/1998Computer Science and Math
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29ICPhysicsTapping the energy of footfalls
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38IGPhysicsFeasibility study of wind energy for my school
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