The Google Science Fair is a global worldwide online science competition sponsored by Google, Lego, Virgin Galactic, National Geographic and Scientific American. The first ever Google Science Fair was announced in January 2011, all entries were due at 11:59:59 pm Eastern Daylight Time on April 7, 2011 and judging occurred in July 2011. Criteria to Participate: The competition is open to 13- to 18-year-old students around the globe, who formulate a hypothesis, perform an experiment, and present their
For those who has a perfect monitoring mind in his Health and Life should deserves this as a Guide. Lifelog is the clever activity tracker app for Android that keeps track of what matters to you – like how many steps you take – without needing a SmartBand. You can also set personal health and fitness goals and then follow your progress. About its features In the Fitness section which measures information such as calories
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Good news for those who run out battery power, Here comes the HandEnergy as an emergency source for power. A teenager has invented and developed a phone charger which uses energy from the human body to get the energy to charge your phone. HandEnergy, the brainchild of 19-year-old inventor Michael Vaga, allows you to charge your phone simply by rotating your hand, which activates the device’s gyroscope to produce energy that can then either be stored or