Google Science Fair Deadline Approaches! 
Enter the Google Science Fair_ Deadline is May 17_ 2016

Have Your Students Enter the Google Science Fair! 
Do you have 13-18 year old students who recently completed science or engineering projects or are working on projects right now? Encourage them to submit to the Google Science Fair! 

Participating in the Google Science Fair is a great way for a student's school project to do double duty--at school and as part of Google's global virtual science fair. The submissions process is all online, but time is running out. The final day to submit projects is May 17, 2016. 

For additional information, or to register, visit the Google Science Fair website.

New Google Classroom Support for Teachers! 
Try our new Google Classroom Support_

Give Our New Google Classroom Feature a Try! 
We will be extending our support for Google Classroom over the summer. You can help shape this new feature for teachers and students by trying it out and giving us feedback. Make an assignment (a sample one or one for your class), and let us know what you think!

For additional information about our new Google Classroom feature, see:
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Student Science and Engineering Project Ideas
Student Science for DNA Day
Students of all ages can learn more about genetics, genomics, and DNA. Check our collection of related hands-on STEM projects for K-12 students.

Environmental Education STEM Project Roundup_
Take advantage of spring weather to start a "green" exploration with students before the school year ends. Science Buddies has great ideas for hands-on science projects and activities students can do to learn more about environmental science.

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Dirty Laundry Science
As this student discovered, mustard is a tough stain to tackle! For his school science project, this 7th grade student tested various enzymes to see how effectively they break down stains

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