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January 31, 2013

Google to Young Scientists: You Can be the Next Ada Lovelace

By Jody Ray Bennett, TMCnet Contributing Writer

On January 30th, Google invited students from all over the globe to share ideas that could change the world or revolutionize any number of industries. Google (News - Alert) takes its inspiration for calling young people to participate in the scientific process from Ada Lovelace, daughter of famous poet Lord Byron. Lovelace was only a teenager in the early 19th century when she became fascinated by math and wrote what is considered today to be the first computer program.

Sam Peter of Google's science fair team explained that they specifically target teenagers for the Google science fair because, “Many great scientists developed their curiosity for science at an early age and went on to make groundbreaking discoveries that changed the way we live.”

According to sources, entrants submit projects in any of these categories... Read More


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