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Google Science Fair1,886,111The Wall Street Journal calls her “Einstein of the Treetops.” National Geographic calls her “the real-life Lorax.” She’s known as “Canopymeg” for all the time and energy she’s focused on learning the mysteries of the highest layer of the world’s forests, including designing hot-air observation balloons and treetop walkways. And she’s the Chief of Science and Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences.Come meet Dr. Meg Lowman, one of the world’s leading experts on life high up in the trees, interviewed by +Mariette DiChristina , editor-in-chief of Scientific American. You’ll hear about Meg's amazing exploits far above the ground, and learn about some of the incredible animal and insect life that lives in the ecosystems of the world’s canopies.Field Trip Friday, August 15, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTLife Among the Trees - A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air with Dr. Meg Lowman2014-08-15 19:00:0064G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come meet Rick Schwartz, a zookeeper and ambassador for the +San Diego Zoo, which spans 100 acres and houses more than 3,700 animals. Rick will show us some of the amazing denizens of the Zoo, and answer your questions about the lives of these animals.Post your questions for Rick using the Q&A app, then come watch live at a special day and time!Thursday, August 7, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMT(Image: San Diego Zoo)Come on a Hangout field trip to the San Diego Zoo!2014-08-07 19:00:0053G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111+Joi Ito , director of MIT Media Lab, is a leading thinker and writer on innovation. Joi (JOE-ee) is leading the Lab to do cutting-edge research on an amazing range of programs. Come hear about some of the Lab’s 25 research groups, working on more than 350 projects that range from digital approaches for treating neurological disorders, to a stackable, electric car for sustainable cities, to advanced imaging technologies that can “see around a corner.”What are some other cool project areas? Affective Computing, Biomechatronics, Camera Culture, Changing Places, Civic Media, Cognitive Machines, Design Fictions, Fluid Interfaces, Human Dynamics, Information Ecology, Lifelong Kindergarten, Macro Connections, Mediated Matter, Molecular Machines, Object-Based Media, Opera of the Future, Personal Robots, Playful Systems, Responsive Environments, Social Computing, Software Agents Speech + Mobility, Synthetic Neurobiology, Tangible Media, and Viral Spaces.Post your questions for Joi using Q&A, then come watch live!Field Trip Friday, August 1, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMT(Image: Joi Ito)Joi Ito, Director of MIT Media Lab, in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-08-01 19:00:0035G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Dr. Peter Diamandis hasn't just seen the future: He's helping to create it, through organizations  he's started, such as XPRIZE Foundation (funding projects to change the world), Singularity University (teaching classes right out of science fiction), and Planetary Resources (figuring out how to mine asteroids).Come learn why he thinks our world is changing exponentially.Wednesday, July 16, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMT(Image: Singularity University)An Exponential Hangout - Peter Diamandis in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-07-16 19:00:0047G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Dr. Dennis Hong is a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at UCLA, and the director of the Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa): In other words, he’s a Robot Scientist. (He’s also a Google Science Fair judge, a former NASA Fellow, a National Science Foundation award winner, a gourmet chef, and a magician.)Along with his team of students, Dennis has created award-winning humanoid robots by marrying robotics and biochemistry. Come meet Dr. Hong, see his amazing robots, and learn how they’re designed and built.Post questions using the Q&A app, then come watch live!Field Trip Friday, July 11, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMT(Image: RoMeLa)The Robot Scientist - Join a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-07-11 19:00:00139G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What's it like to win the Grand Prize for Google Science Fair? What happens afterward? What cool things does the winner get to do? What advice can a grand prize winner offer to other kids? Come find out from Eric Chen, winner of the Grand Prize for Google Science Fair 2013. And he'll be interviewed by +Shree Bose - who was the grand prize winner for Google Science Fair 2011!Post your questions for Eric using the Q&A app, then come watch live!3PM PT / 6PM ET / 2300 GMTCome Hangout On Air with the 2013 Grand Prize Winner of Google Science Fair!2014-07-01 00:00:0041G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Live from the Google I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco: former GSF finalist +Gavin Ovsák, showing you some of the coolest new stuff in the computing arena!Post your questions for Gavin using the Q&A app, then come watch live!Thursday, June 26, 2014, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTGSF@I/O: A Google Science Fair Hangout on Air, Live from Google I/O in San Francisco!2014-06-26 19:00:0051G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join this Underwater Hangout On Air on a special day and time!Mission31 is an extraordinary initiative to spend 31 days in an underwater facility off the coast of Florida, as underwater explorer Fabien Cousteau breaks new ground in ocean exploration.The mission comes on the 50th anniversary of a monumental legacy left by Fabien’s grandfather, legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, who is credited with creating the first underwater habitats for humans, and leading a team of ocean explorers on the first attempt to live and work underwater. (He also was the co-inventor of SCUBA equipment.)Fabien is now underwater in the Mission31 research facility, which will honor his grandfather’s original experiment by going deeper, longer and further, while broadcasting each moment on multiple channels exposing the world to the adventure, risk and mystique of what lies beneath.We’ll be talking with Fabien directly from the underwater facility. Post your questions for Fabien using the Q&A app, then come watch live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Sunday, June 15, 11:30AM PT / 2:30PM ET / 1830 GMTA Google Science Fair 2014 Underwater Hangout with ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau2014-06-15 20:30:0088G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111How do we restore coastal habitats? How do species interact when the environment changes? What’s the difference between a natural and a restored habitat?Come out in the field with Katharyn Boyer to learn about “Restoration Ecology”!Katharyn Boyer is an associate professor a researcher at the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s working to restore the natural habitat of the Bay’s coastal areas. She’ll show you how she’s monitoring the coastal ecosystem and planting sea grass. And she’ll tell you what you can do to help maintain a healthy environment.Post your questions using the Q&A app, then come watch live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, June 13, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMT(Images: Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies)How Can We Restore a Coastal Habitat? A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-06-13 19:00:0048G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111The Giant stingray can grow up to 14 feet long, and weigh 300 pounds.The Arapaima: 10 feet long, 400 pounds. Giant barb: 10 feet long, 660 pounds. Chinese sturgeon: 16 feet long, and half a ton!These are just some of the world’s megafish - huge freshwater species that are at risk.Through his Megafishes Project, aquatic ecologist Zeb Hogan travels to endangered environments around the world, striving to save critically endangered fish - and the livelihood of people who share their habitats. He’s a passionate advocate for the use of science to save endangered freshwater species. And he’s a Google Science Fair judge.Come meet Zeb, and hear and see the world’s megafishes. Post questions using the Q&A app, then watch Zeb live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, June 6, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMT(Image: Zeb Hogan)Megafish! Join National Geographic Explorer Zeb Hogan in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-06-06 19:00:0080G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come join us in a “solar-powered Hangout” with one of the world’s foremost authorities on using solar and other technologies to empower people around the globe.From the fields of Borneo, to the rain forests of Guatemala, to the slums of Cairo, Thomas Taha Rassam Culhane - better known as T.H. - is a National Geographic Explorer who is helping people get access to critical services. His nongovernmental organization, Solar C.I.T.I.E.S. (Connecting Community Catalysts Integrating Technologies for Industrial Ecology Systems), works with groups like the residents of Cairo’s poorest neighborhoods to install technologies such as rooftop solar water heaters. As T.H. says, "The poor don’t need our pity; they need a chance to help themselves."T.H. will be interviewed by +Elif Bilgin, winner of the GSF 2013 Science in Action and Voter's Choice awards.Post your questions for T.H. using the Q&A app, then come watch live as he talks about his projects around the world.This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, May 30, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTField Trip Friday with T. H. Culhane: Using Science to Help People Around the World2014-05-30 19:00:0092G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What's it like to be a mouse? Come find out from Roian Egnor of Egnor Lab at  at Janelia Farm, a pioneering research center where scientists from many disciplines gather to collaborate on some of science's most challenging problems.Dr. Egnor has studied dolphins, harbor seals, Hawaiian monk seals, cotton-top tamarins, leopard frogs, rats - and now mice. And she'll tell you what life is like for the tiny but extraordinary mouse.Post your questions for Roian using the Q&A app, then come watch live as she talks about her studies of animal interaction and communication.This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, May 23, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTWhat's It Like to Be a Mouse? - A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-05-23 19:00:0069G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Caterpillars. Butterflies. Praying mantises. Imagine a place with more than 10 million insect specimens. Now imagine you could go on a virtual field trip there. Then come with us next Field Trip Friday, May 16, to the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco!Come learn about entomology (the science of insects) from David Kavanaugh, chairman and curator of Entomology at the Academy, which has one of the largest insect collections in North America. Also an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley, Professor Kavanaugh roams the world looking for fascinating insects to fill out the Academy’s collection, and he’s just returned from a recent trip.Post questions for Professor Kavanaugh, then come watch live as we visit the home of millions of insect specimens!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, May 16, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTImages: California Academy of SciencesThe Science of Insects! A Google Science Fair 2014 Virtual Field Trip to the California Academy of Sciences2014-05-16 19:00:00114G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111May 12 is the last day to submit your project for Google Science Fair 2014! Come watch this brief Hangout On Air for last-minute submission steps, and hear what comes next once the deadline is past.Post your questions using the Q&A app, then come join the Hangout! (And be sure to check the googlesciencefair.com Web site for exact time of the final submissions deadline in your time zone.)Monday, May 12, 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1630 GMTQuestions Live! on Final Submissions Day for Google Science Fair 20142014-05-12 18:30:0067G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111With less than a week away, it's time to finalize your project and get it submitted! We'll help you quickly go through the checklist of final steps to cover. Post your questions using the Q&A app, then come watch live!Give us 10 minutes, we'll give you a final checklist for Google Science Fair!2014-05-08 18:30:0028G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Here’s your chance to join a Hangout with Steve Spangler!+Steve Spangler is an author, professional speaker, two-time Emmy Award winner, Time 100 nominee, science teacher, founder of two companies, director of the National Hands-on Science Institute, toy maker and trained magician. What can’t he do?Come hear Steve talk about “hands-on science,” and how we can all learn how to investigate science on our own - and have fun. Sign up to watch it live, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips #gsf2014  Special day & time: Wednesday, May 7, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTSteve Spangler in a special Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air!2014-05-07 19:00:0077G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111The final submission date for Google Science Fair is getting close, so it's a good time to learn what you need to know to finalize your project - and one of the most important aspects is your privacy settings. Come to one of the last Questions Live! of the season to make sure you've set things up so the judges can see everything in your submission.Spend 15 minutes to learn what you need to know for Google Science Fair!2014-05-06 18:30:0050G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What’s the science behind engineering? What does it take to design and build a drone, or a musical instrument? How can you model the flames of something that’s caught fire? Can you copy the mechanics of a fruitfly in flight?Chris Rogers is a mechanical engineer extraordinaire. He knows everything from telerobotics (such as drones) to the engineering of musical instruments (with Steinway) to the flight mechanics of the fruit fly. He helped LEGO to develop ROBOLAB, a program that has operated in 50,000 schools around the world. He has lit a couch on fire, flown in NASA's 0-g “vomit comet,” sent robots under water, and has LEGO and Arduino computers controlling  his house. And he’s currently the co-director of the Tufts University Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO), which helps kids get interested in engineering, science and math.Come hear Chris talk about mechanical engineering, LEGO, drones, musical instruments, fruit flies, and a lot more! Post your questions for Chris using the Q&A app on the Google+ event page.This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, May 2, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTThe Science of Engineering with Chris Rogers: A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-05-02 19:00:00117G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come watch Questions Live! with a Google Science Fair adviser. You'll also see GSF 2013 Science In Action and Voter's Choice award winner Elif Bilgin. Post your questions using the Q&A app, then come watch live!Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 2014!2014-04-28 18:30:0018G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Did you know there’s a National Geographic project that’s tracking the historic migration patterns of the entire human species?Dr. Spencer Wells is a leading population geneticist, and director of the Genographic Project from National Geographic. His fascination with the past has led this scientist, author, and documentary filmmaker to the farthest reaches of the globe in search of human populations who hold the history of humankind in their DNA. By studying humankind's family tree - over 650,000 people have already participated - he hopes to close the gaps in our knowledge of human migrationAs Dr. Spencer says, “The greatest history book ever written is the one hidden in our DNA.” Come hear about what Dr. Wells has learned from our DNA, and what he hopes to know in the future.Sign up to watch, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday on DNA Day, April 2512PM PT / 3PM ET / 2000 GMTCome Join a “Genetic Hangout” on DNA Day!2014-04-25 21:00:00180G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111*Join a “Galactic Hangout” with four members of the Virgin Galactic team: “What's it like to work in a spaceship factory?”What would it be like to work in the world’s first commercial spaceship factory? What kinds of jobs do people actually do there? What are their backgrounds, and how do they get hired?You’ll see that you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to work in commercial space - although rocket scientists are always welcome!We will be joined by space design guru Adam Wells, spaceship builder Joe Brennan, astronaut relations supremo Lauren De Niro Pipher – oh, and rocket scientist, Marissa Good! They'll all be live from Virgin Galactic’s factory in Mojave, California. You’ll find out what it takes to build the Earth’s first spaceline -  scheduled to begin taking people up to space by the end of this year.Sign up to attend, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classrooms. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, April 25, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTJoin a Google Science Fair 2014 “Galactic Hangout” to a spaceship factory!2014-04-25 19:00:00150G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111With about 3 weeks until the submission deadline, we know you have questions about Google Science Fair 2014. Post your questions using Q&A, then come watch live!Questions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered for Google Science Fair 2014!2014-04-22 18:30:0043G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Hervé This is a French physical chemist who works for the Food Science & Culture Foundation (Academy of Sciences) in Paris. He’s known as “the father of molecular gastronomy” - the science of cooking. And Hervé This (pronounced AIR-vay TIS) is also a judge for Google Science Fair 2014!Come learn about “the science of cooking” from a master chemist. And if we’re lucky, we’ll see some live experiments!Sign up to watch it, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Hangout at a special day & time: Thursday, April 17, 9AM PT / 12PM ET / 1700 GMTThe Science of Cooking - a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air on a Special Day & Time2014-04-17 18:00:0074G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Post your questions using the Q&A app on the event page, then join Hannah in her weekly Questions Live! Hangout On Air. Her guest this week: Elif Bilgin, who was the winner in 2013 of the Science in Action Award and the Voter's Choice Award!Questions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 2013!2014-04-14 18:30:0034G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Here’s your chance to learn what you need to know about Google Science Fair 2014 from winning teens! Hear their advice for submitting winning submissions. You’ll be able to meet:. Charalampos Ioannou, 2013 Finalist. Elif Bilgin, 2013 Science In Action & Voters Choice Award Winner. Brittany Wenger, 2012 Grand Prize Winnerand they’ll be interviewed by. Shree Bose, 2011 Grand Prize Winner!Sign up to watch the Hangout, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come watch live!Sunday, April 13, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTChat Live with former Google Science Fair Finalists & Winners!2014-04-13 19:00:00104G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Fusion currently only occurs in the centers of stars. But Steve Cowley thinks we may be able to recreate it here on Earth. As director of the Culham Center for Fusion Energy, he's collaborating with the UK Atomic Energy Authority and researchers on the France-based ITER fusion device on projects that may lead to cheap, nearly limitless carbon-free energy through fusion.Steve knows what he’s talking about: He’s a Professor at Imperial College in the United Kingdom, and led the Plasma Physics Group there. He’s Chief Executive Officer of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. And he’s a member of the Prime Minister's Council of Science and Technology.Come hear from Steve not just about fusion, but about space,Sign up to watch it live, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, April 11, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTJoin a "Fusion-Powered Hangout": Come to Field Trip Friday with astrophysicist Steve Cowley2014-04-11 19:00:00108G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111If you're planning to submit a project for Google Science Fair 2014, or you've already registered, come spend 15 minutes with Hannah to get all of your questions answered. Her topic: What the judges are looking for. Post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear Hannah’s answers live!Monday, April 7, 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1730 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 2014!2014-04-07 18:30:0053G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What’s “moonshot thinking”? What’s a “10x breakthrough”? How do people “solve for x”? Come join this Field Trip Friday visit to Google [x] and find out!Mary Lou Jepsen is head of the Display Division at Google [x]. She co-founded One Laptop per Child to build affordable computers for the world’s poorest children; she’s been a professor at MIT; and chief technology officer of Intel's Display Division. She has been named as one of the top 50 female computer scientists of all time; a "Time 100" one of the 100 most influential people in the world; and one of the CNN 10, a list of top 10 thinkers in science and technology.Come hear from Mary Lou about some of the amazing projects that have come out of Google [x], like Google Glass, the self-driving car, and Project Loon!Sign up to watch it live, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a High School classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips Field Trip Friday, April 4, 9AM PT / 12PM ET / 1700 GMTComputer Science + Moonshot thinking x 10x breakthroughs = A Hangout with Google [x]!2014-04-04 18:00:00102G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111If you're planning to submit a project for Google Science Fair 2014, or you've already registered, come spend 15 minutes with Hannah and with GSF 2013 finalist +Queenie Andini (Ann Makosinski). Their topic: Health & safety. Come find out how much information should you should be including in your submission.Monday, March 31, 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1730 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 2014!2014-03-31 18:30:0054G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Pelle Petersen is a designer for LEGO Education, based in Billund, Denmark. Not only does he design robots, but he’s also a LEGO designer as well: He loves LEGO, play and learning, and is passionate about spreading all three into the world.Come meet Pelle on this Field Trip Friday Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014. Pelle will show you some cool robots, tell you what it’s like working at LEGO and designing hardware - and if we’re lucky, he’ll even show us how to do some designs right in our Hangout!Sign up on the event page, and post your questions through the Q&A app. Then come watch Pelle answer your questions live!Produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classrooms. If you’re an educator who would like your classroom to actually join the Hangout and ask questions of Pelle, sign up at http://goo.gl/zP4l9nFriday, March 28, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTRobots! LEGO! Design! A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-03-28 18:00:00154G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111At a special time, come ask your questions about your project for Google Science Fair 2014! Find out how the judges think, and what they're looking for.Sunday, March 23, 1PM PT / 4PM ET / 2000 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 Minutes to Get Your Questions Answered for Google Science Fair 2014!2014-03-23 21:00:0045G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join a “Galactic Hangout” with a Virgin Galactic test pilot, a "Liquid Propulsion design engineer," and a payload integration engineer: “How do we get to space?” Why do we joke about how difficult rocket science is? Because it really is hard getting to space! How do satellites and astronauts make it into space safely? What are the key technologies and systems that have been used over the years?What will be different about the missions of the first commercial spaceline? Come meet three amazing people from the Virgin Galactic team. You’ll hear about Michael ‘’Sooch’’ Masucci’s exploits test-piloting SpaceShipTwo; Kimberly Betker’s work in the liquid propulsion team (how cool is that?); and Kyle Stephens will tell you what a Payload Integration Engineer does. Sign up to attend, post your questions using the Q&A app, then come hear your questions answered live! This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classrooms. If you're an educator with a classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV #VirtualFieldTrips  “Field Trip Friday,” March 21, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1700 GMTJoin a Google Science Fair 2014 “Galactic Hangout” with a rocket test pilot & a two rocket engineers!2014-03-21 18:00:00176G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111 Questions Live! Come spend 15 minutes to learn how to get started with Google Science Fair 2014!There are just a few simple steps to follow to get started with your submission for Google Science Fair. Come hear Hannah walk you through the process to help you get moving on your project. She'll also show you the Idea Springboard, a tool to help you come up with ideas for your project.Monday, March 17, 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM PT / 1630 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 Minutes to Learn How to Get Started with Google Science Fair 2014!2014-03-19 16:00:0067G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Daniel Kraft is one of the country’s leading experts on the future of medicine.. He’s a Stanford- and Harvard-trained physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur and innovator.. He’s the Executive Director for the Exponential Medicine conference, which brings together some of the world’s most advanced medicine technologists.. He’s a track chair at Singularity University, which involves “disruptive” scientists and technologists from around the world.. He’s the founder of two companies bringing advances to personal medicine. And he's a former Google Science Fair judge.. And if that’s not enough, he’s also a pilot, having served as a flight surgeon for an F-16 fighter squadron - and was a finalist to be a NASA astronaut.On this Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air “Field Trip Friday,” Dr. Kraft will focus on amazing advances in medicine technology that may sound like science fiction - but are just around the corner.Produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classrooms. If you’re an educator who would like your classroom to actually join the Hangout and ask questions of Dr. Kraft, sign up at http://goo.gl/zP4l9n .Daniel will be interviewed by former GSF Finalist +Gavin Ovsák. Post questions using the Q&A app on the Event Page, then watch in real time to hear your questions answered!Friday, March 14, 10AM PT /  1PM ET / 1700 GMTWhat’s the future of medicine technology? Come find out from Dr. Daniel Kraft!2014-03-14 18:00:00102G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come spend 15 minutes watching the weekly Questions Live! Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014!Learn what the judges are looking for. You’ll get a better understanding of the judges’ perspective when you present your entry, and how to make it easy for them to find the most important information about your project. And you’ll find out about the Idea Springboard, a tool to help you come up with ideas for your project.Hannah will be joined by GSF 2014 preliminaries judge Steven Bullock. Based in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Bristol in the UK, Steve codes, lectures, and makes giant robots do really cool and useful things. Hannah and Steve will cover your questions about best ways to meet the judges’ expectations, but but they'll answer other questions as well.Post your questions beforehand using the Q&A app on the Event Page, and you can also ask questions while you watch in real time!Monday, March 10, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1630 GMTSpend 15 minutes with Questions Live! to learn more about Google Science Fair 2014!2014-03-10 17:30:0038G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Become a citizen scientist and explore the Zooniverse with astrophysicist Chris Lintott, interviewed by Mariette DiChristina of Scientific American!+Chris Lintott is an English astrophysicist at Oxford University who founded “Zooniverse,” an online crowdsourcing site that over 1 million people from around the world identify images and sounds for science. He’s also the host of “The Sky At Night” on the BBC, and the co-author of “Bang! – The Complete History of the Universe” (with Queen guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May).With +Zooniverse , you can do everything from finding planets around stars and exploring the craters of the moon to identifying the songs of whales. Come hear what we’ve found out about our world and our universe from the minds of many, and learn what sparked  Chris’ interest in science.Chris will be interviewed by +Mariette diChristina , editor of +Scientific American . Post your questions for Chris about astrophysics and citizen science in the Q&A app on the event page, then come hear his answers live!This session will be produced in collaboration with Google Connected Classroom. If you're an educator with a classroom who wants to actually join the Hangout, sign up on the Connected Classrooms form at http://goo.gl/z9gHfV  #VirtualFieldTrips Friday, March 7, 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTExplore the Zooniverse with astrophysicist Chris Lintott!2014-03-07 19:00:0088G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come to this week's Questions Live! Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014!Our topic: Parents & Teachers. Invite your parent(s) or guardian(s) and your teacher(s) to watch, so they can learn how they can best help you with your submission.Now that the fourth annual Google Science Fair is underway, we know you have many questions about your project - especially if you're interested in finding one or more partners to work with you. Come join us on this weekly Hangout On Air to find out what you need to know to put together a successful submission.Join Hannah, our GSF educational guide, and former GSF finalist Charalampos (Harris) Ioannou for a quick, information-filled Hangout. They'll focus especially on how your teacher and parent or guardian can help, but they'll answer other questions as well.Post your questions beforehand using the Q&A app on the Event Page, and you can also ask questions while you watch in real time.Monday, March 3, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1730 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 20142014-03-03 18:30:0058G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join a "Galactic Hangout" for Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air with +Sam Branson & +Virgin Galactic’s +William Pomerantz!They'll answer the provocative question: “Why go to space?” Come join our first “Field Trip Friday” Hangout On Air with GSF partner Virgin Galactic, the world’s first commercial spaceline.Why is it worth spending time and money to go to space? What do we learn by going there? How can space exploration improve life here on Earth? What do future astronauts look forward to the most? Our guests will offer answers to these questions and more.You’ll get the chance to meet +Sam Branson, son of Virgin founder +Richard Branson. Sam is an incredible adventurer: he spent months crossing 1,200 miles of the Arctic to raise awareness about climate change, and he attempted to break the trans-Atlantic sailing speed record. And he’s training to be on Virgin Galactic’s inaugural commercial spaceflight later this year.You’ll also meet +William Pomerantz, who is the Vice President for Special Projects for Virgin Galactic. He’s involved in sending research and educational projects and satellites up into space. He helped create and spent several years managing the $30 million Google Lunar  +XPRIZE, and he’s a graduate of the International Space University. (Did you even know there is a Space University?)Sam and Will will be interviewed by +Gavin Ovsák, former Google Science Fair finalist, and a frequent host for GSF Hangout On Air se"Galactic Hangout" with Sam Branson & Virgin Galactic's Will Pomerantz for Google Science Fair 20142014-02-28 19:00:00229G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111How can we better understand the creatures of the deep? Come join this Hangout On Air, hosted by +Mariette DiChristina of +Scientific American to see the latest - and coolest - device for underwater exploration.To study the behavior of fishes and invertebrates that live in the oceans' depths, scientists need to observe and interact with these animals in their habitats. But how? Advanced techniques allow for diving to several hundred feet, but human physiology sets practical limits for the type of work and amount of time at that depth.The Exosuit, the newest generation of atmospheric diving systems (ADS), keeps the pilot protected from the effects of pressure and will allow a trained pilot to perform delicate work at depths of up to 1,000 feet (305 meters) for hours. Together with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), the Exosuit will provide new ways for scientists to observe, photograph, and collect marine life in areas that are otherwise difficult to explore.Live from the +American Museum of Natural History, come join this Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air to see the the only Exosuit currently in existence. You'll hear how it will be used in deep-dive research this coming summer, along with its partner ROV (remotely operated vehicle).Post your questions using the Q&A app on this page, then come watch live!10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTExosuit! See the only deep-dive Exosuit in existence, live from the American Museum of Natural History2014-02-27 19:15:0090G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come to this week's Questions Live! Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014!Our topic: Finding PartnersNow that the fourth annual Google Science Fair is underway, we know you have many questions about your project - especially if you're interested in finding one or more partners to work with you. Come join us on this weekly Hangout On Air to find out what you need to know to put together a successful submission.Join Hannah, our GSF educational guide, and former GSF finalist Elif Bilgin,  for a quick, information-filled Hangout. They'll focus especially on how you can find a partner, but they'll answer other questions as well.Post your questions beforehand using the Q&A app on the Event Page, and you can also ask questions while you watch in real time.Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1730 GMTQuestions Live! Spend 15 minutes to get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 20142014-02-24 18:30:00101G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join +Ray Kurzweil , one of the most innovative and prolific inventors of our time, on a Field Trip Friday!Ray Kurzweil has been hailed as one of the greatest innovators of our time. He’s invented numerous devices that make people’s lives better. He’s the Director of Engineering at Google, guiding a variety of fascinating projects. He’s the co-founder of Singularity University, the college that teaches about disruptive technologies. And he’s an expert on “the singularity,” the future point at which computers can become smarter than humans. If you’re interested in everything from advanced technology and biotechnology to micro-engineering and nanotechnology, this is the Hangout to join.Ray will be interviewed by +Joe Hanson, Ph.D. biologist and host of +It's Okay To Be Smart from PBS Digital Studios.Post your questions using the Q&A button on the red screen above, then join us for the Hangout live to hear Ray's answers!Produced in collaboration with Google  Connected Classrooms.Friday, February 21, 2014, 10am PT / 12noon CT / 1pm ET / 1800 GMTRay Kurzweil in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-02-21 19:00:00180G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111We've posted a Scheduled Hangout page for the session with Ray Kurzweil; please sign up there. http://goo.gl/ZelEzCRay Kurzweil - please sign up on the Scheduled Hangout page2014-02-21 19:00:00114G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come to the first Questions Live! Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014Our topic: Getting StartedNow that the fourth annual Google Science Fair is underway, we know you have many questions about your project - from how to choose your focus, to the deadlines for submission, and everything in between. Come join us on this weekly Hangout On Air to find out what you need to know to put together a successful submission.Join Hannah, our GSF educational guide, and former GSF finalist Elizabeth Zao, for a quick, information-filled Hangout. They'll focus on helping you get started with your project.Post your questions beforehand, and you can also ask questions while you watch in real time.Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1730 GMTQuestions Live! Get your questions answered about Google Science Fair 20142014-02-17 18:30:0070G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Legendary oceanographer Sylvia Earle is taking us on a visit to her deep ocean exploration & research facility, DOER Marine, for Field Trip Friday!Sign up for this special event that launches our Hangout On Air series for Google Science Fair 2014. Post your questions using the "QA" button on the video window on the left.Dr. Sylvia Earle is a legend of the seas. She's a National Geographic explorer-in-residence. She has been a tireless champion of the oceans, launching numerous efforts to preserve our seas. And as a result of her dedication to our environment, she was named Time Magazine's first "Hero for the Planet."Sylvia will take us on a field trip to the facility where her team manufactures deep-sea exploration equipment for a wide range of amazing projects. Her interviewer will be +Alex Dainis of Bite Sci-zed. The session will be produced in conjunction with Google Connected Classroom.Post your questions on this page for Sylvia ahead of time, and join us for the Hangout live!Friday, February 14, 2014, 10am PT / 12noon CT / 1pm ET / 1800 GMTSylvia Earle in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-02-14 19:00:00100G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111This is no longer the event page for this Hangout On Air: please click here to sign up on the updated page.  http://goo.gl/9kcCriSylvia Earle in a Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air2014-02-14 19:00:0089G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join us for the kickoff Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014.Come join Internet legend Vint Cerf and former GSF Grand Prize winner Shree Bose as we kick off the fourth annual Google Science Fair! Vint and Shree will be joined by Hannah, host of our weekly question & answers Hangout series for GSF.The Google Science Fair is back for a fourth year on February 12 2014. The global online science competition inspires thousands of students aged 13 to 18 from around the world to investigate an area of science or engineering they’re passionate about and enter their projects online. The competition offers a chance to win amazing experiences, scholarships and work opportunities.Vint Cerf is known as one of the fathers of the Internet, as the co-inventor of one of the key parts of Internet technology. He now works at Google looking for some of the coolest technologies on the planet.Learn how to prepare your submission as we kick off this year's competition in a Hangout On Air on Wednesday, February 12, at 11AM PT / 1PM CT / 2PM ET / 7PM GMT. The session will cover the basic rules of the competition, and help you prepare for creating your own project.Come prepared with your own questions, which you can post here on the event page. Watch the Hangout On Air from the event page, or from the Google Science Fair YouTube Channel (http://goo.gl/vEjLf).And this is just the beginning. Stay tuned for upcoming “Fieldtrip Friday” Hangout On Air sessions with some of your favorite scientists and technologists.. February 14: Sylvia Earle, legendary oceanographer, in a field trip to her amazing facility.. February 21: Ray Kurzweil, one of the greatest inventors of our time.. February 28: A special field trip with Virgin Galactic to meet Sam Branson, future astronaut and son of Virgin founder Richard Branson.We’ll be announcing many more throughout the submission period and beyond.Kickoff announcement - Google Science Fair 20142014-02-12 20:00:00332G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Kickoff Announcement - Google Science Fair 20142014-02-12 19:52:0898G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Why is biodiversity important? Come on this Virtual Field Trip to the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies to find out.Associate Professor Sarah Cohen is a specialist in ecological and evolutionary genetics, and she'll tell us how we can learn about biodiversity from invasive species. Research assistant Darragh Clancy will show us the sea vomit, a rapidly-propagating colonial animal that is affecting biodiversity in the habitats it's invading all around the world. And along the way, we'll learn something about our own genetic makeup as well.If you're an educator, be sure to join the Google+ Connected Classrooms community at http://connectedclassrooms.withgoogle.com, then come join us for this Hangout On Air. And if you're registered with Connected Classrooms, and have a high school-aged class that you'd like to have participate in the event, you can sign up here http://goo.gl/zP4l9n(Photo credit: Darragh Clancy)Sea vomit! How an invasive creature from the deep affects biodiversity - A Google Science Fair Hangout On Air2013-12-20 20:00:00113G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111WELCOME to the Finalist Events & Awards Gala at Google Science Fair 2013 live on Google+!Next up is the The Google Science Fair 2013 Awards Gala LiveStream. Watch live on Google+ or on YouTube, and see the announcement of the age category winners and the Grand Prize Winner! Monday, 23 Sept. 7pm (200 GMT 24 Sept.)Don't forget - this is your 1-stop shop to get the latest scoop, see pictures, ask questions of the Finalists and the Judges, and be part of Google Science Fair 2013 every step of the way. Join the conversation and send in your questions via  Google+  and Twitter with the hashtag #GSF2013. Then tune in right here on the Event Page to watch the Finalist Events & Awards Gala Hangouts!* * * * Missed the hangouts this weekend? No worries! Check out the recording:See the 2013 Finalists  http://goo.gl/UdLCIyMeet the Judges http://goo.gl/JHlddhShree Bose (GSF 2011 Winner) and the Exhibit Hall http://goo.gl/Rjzhs0Find out more details about the Finalist Events on our website at www.googlesciencefair.comFinalist Events & Gala for Google Science Fair 2013 - Next up: The Awards Gala!2013-09-24 04:00:00673G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear Tina and Liza, the team from Moscow, Russia, talk about their Universal Measuring Apparatus.Meet Google Science Fair Finalists Liza & Tina: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-28 07:30:00168G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear:. Valerie (U.S.) - Enhanced Solar Cells. Ann (U.S.) - A Battery-Free Flashlight. Elizabeth (U.S.) - An Early Diagnosis System for Melanoma3:00PM PT / 5:00PM CT / 6:00PM ET / 1000 GMT / 1100 UK / Midnight CETMeet Google Science Fair Finalists Valerie, Ann & Elizabeth: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-24 00:00:0044G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear:. Viney (Australia) - A Signalling System for Emergency Vehicles. Samantha, Tricia & Yi Xi (Singapore) - A Treatment for Liver Inflammation. Charalampos (Greece) - A Movement-Enhancing GloveMidnight PT / 2:00AM CT / 3:00AM ET / 0700 GMT / 0800 UK / 0900 CETMeet Google Science Fair Finalists Viney, Samantha+Tricia+Yi Xi, and Charalampos: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-23 09:00:0071G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear:. Venkat (U.S.) - Research on Endangered Species. Shrishti (India) - A Green Method to Clean Water. Eric (U.S.) - A New Anti-Flu Medicine9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 UK / 1800 CETMeet Google Science Fair Finalists Venkat, Shrishti & Eric: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-21 18:00:0058G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear:. Alex (U.S.) - Squid Jet: Underwater Propulsion. Elif (Turkey) - Creating Bioplastics from Banana Peels. Vinay (U.S.) - An Algorithm for Safer Encryption8:00PM PT / 10:00PM CT / 11:00PM ET / 0300 GMT / 0400 UK / 0500 CETMeet Google Science Fair Finalists Alex, Elif & Vinay: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-21 05:00:0045G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Meet the Finalists Week on Google Science Fair 2013Voter's Choice Award - Voting Closes 30 AugustSign up for this Google Science Fair Hangout On Air for your chance to meet some of our amazing Finalists, and to learn more about them so you can vote for the Voter's Choice Award. Post questions, then watch in real time as they answer in depth, moderated by Joe Hanson of "It's Okay to be Smart." You'll get the chance to hear:. Kavita (U.S.) - A New Kind of Magnet. Esha (U.S.) - A Better Understanding of Tumors12:00PM PT / 2:00PM CT / 3:00PM ET / 1900 GMT / 2000 UK / 2100 CETMeet Google Science Fair Finalists Kavita & Esha: Voter's Choice Award Hangout On Air2013-08-19 21:00:0038G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join us live from the swamp for a Hangout On Air, as +Jason Osborne  and +Aaron Alford of Paleo Quest are joined by host +Mariette DiChristina of +Scientific American for "Venturing into the Unknown: How extreme scuba and citizen science are shaping the future of paleontology." Aaron and Jason will be diving for fossils, and showing us what they pull up from the murky depths.#GSF2013Paleo Quest: Venturing Into the Unknown, a Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-08-12 18:00:00105G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come hear the names of the 15 Finalist projects chosen for Google Science Fair 2013!From our 90 Regional Finalists, 15 Finalists' projects will be chosen, and those Finalists will come to the Google campus in September for the Finalist Awards. The GSF team will be announcing their names on this Hangout On Air.The judges have also determined which of the 15 Finalists will be given the Science In Action Award, which will be announced by +Mariette DiChristina-Gerosa, Editor of Scientific American.Join the Google Science Fair team as we announce this year's Finalists! We'll also talk about how you can become involved - voting during the month of August for the winner of the "Inspired Idea" award.Google Science Fair 2013 Finalists Announcement2013-06-27 18:00:00132G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come Hangout With Scientists from the American Museum of Natural History!You'll get a fascinating glimpse into a process that fundamentally changed the trajectory of life on Earth. Dr. Eunsoo Kim and colleagues have shown the first definitive proof of what is thought to be a critical step in the evolution of photosynthesis, or the conversion of light into food, in algae and land plants. Photosynthetic plants, in turn, were responsible for raising the levels of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere and paving the way for the rise of animals.Green algae belong to a group of organisms known as eukyarotes — a group that includes plants, animals, and fungi — which first appeared more than 1 billion years ago. Dr. Kim was particularly interested in the process by which early eukaryotes became photosynthetic: by engulfing free-living, photosynthetic microorganisms known as cyanobacteria but not digesting them. Eventually, the acquired cyanobacteria evolved into chloroplast, the specialized cell structure that harnesses the power of the Sun to carry out photosynthesis in green algae and land plants.Using feeding and staining experiments and a transmission electron microscope, Dr. Kim and colleagues were able to capture stunning images showing Cymbomonas, a basic green alga that resembles early ancestors, consuming bacteria.Join this Hangout On Air with Dr. Kim and Dr. Rob DeSalle at the American Museum of Natural History and learn about the Museum’s cutting-edge microscopy lab and its microbial collection. You'll find out how photosynthesis, a key part of the chain of life, may have developed on our planet.Dr. Kim is an assistant curator in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History and an assistant professor at the Museum’s Richard Gilder Graduate School. Her lab uses a broad range of experimental approaches including fluorescence and electron microscopy, environmental DNA sequencing, and next-generation sequencing.Dr. Rob DeSalle is a curator in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History and a professor at the Museum’s Richard Gilder Graduate School. Dr. DeSalle works in molecular systematics, microbial evolution, and genomics. His current research concerns the development of bioinformatic tools to handle large-scale genomics problems using phylogenetic systematic approaches.Post your questions for Dr. Kim and Dr. DeSalle below, and come Hangout On Air at the American Museum of Natural History!Friday, 21 June, 2013  10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1700 UK / 1800 GMT / 1900 CETHow Did Life Evolve the Ability to Harness the Sun? A Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Dr. Eunsoo Kim and Dr. Rob DeSalle at the American Museum of Natural History2013-06-21 19:00:0047G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come Hangout On Air with Dr. Soyeon Yi!+Soyeon Yi is the first Korean to fly in space. While on the +International Space Station she performed 18 science experiments.  Post questions below, then come Hangout On Air with her to learn  what it's like to go into orbit.Tuesday, 18 June, 10:30AM PT / 12:30PM CT / 1:30PM ET / 1730 UK / 1830 GMTDr. So-Yeon Yi, 1st Korean to fly in space - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-06-18 19:30:00118G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Solar Impulse is an innovative project leveraging technological prowess and the spirit of adventure by means of an airplane - and has demonstrated that a solar plane can fly day and night without fuel. Launched in 2003, it completed the world’s first solar 26-hour day and night flight in 2010. Now Solar Impulse is attempting coast-to-coast flight across the United States,Come join us for a Hangout In Air as Solar Impulse flies toward Washington, D.C.! We'll be able to talk in real-time to the pilot in the plane, as well as one of the pilots on the ground. Post questions for the pilots below!The timing of his historic Hangout On Air may change, so be sure to sign up to attend, then watch for any updates on scheduling.Friday, 14 June, 7AM PT / 9AM CT / 10PM ET / 1400 UK / 1500 GMT / 1600 CETSolar Impulse, in flight: Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-06-14 16:00:00223G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's time to get hands-on with science! (Rescheduled from June 6)Be part of the behind the scenes exploration of the +California Academy of Sciences. What goes on behind the scenes of one of the most fascinating science museums in the world? It has the deepest coral reef exhibit in the world. A four-story tropical rainforest. A towering T-Rex skeleton. Even a colony of African penguins. What makes it so unique?Here's your chance to find out. Come join us for this Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air to hear from some of the Academy's most interesting scientists, and learn about some of the latest scientific research from a variety of fields.Have questions for our guests? Post your questions in the event page on Google+ with #GSF2013.Tune in on: Thursday, 13 June, 4:00PM PT / 6:00 PM CT / 7:00PM ET / Midnight GMT / 100 CETFind out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hy(photo: calacademy.org)Hands-On Science: Behind the Scenes at the California Academy of Sciences - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-06-14 01:00:00194G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come hear from GSF 2012 Finalist Sabera Talukder, who has designed an inexpensive way to purify water for developing countries!When Sabera visited her father’s family in Bangladesh, she found that the drinking water for many people was infected with a range of bacteria and other diseases. "People are dying because there is no low-cost potable solution for clean drinking water.," she wrote. "The top 40 waterborne diseases kill 3.4 million people every year, mostly children." So she designed a water purification system using a jute bag, sand and clay, wire mesh, a germicidal light, and solar panels – all for less than $25. She submitted her project to Google Science Fair, and earned a finalist slot at the 2012 competition. Now a non-profit organization has picked up her idea, and is doing a pilot project!Come hear from Sabera how she came up with her idea for a solution for clean water for all - and learn about the science of clean water.Have questions for our Sabera? Post your questions in the event page on Google+ with #GSF2013.Tune in on: Wednesday, 12 June, 9.30AM PT / 11.30AM CT / 12.30PM ET / 1630 GMT / 1730 UK / 1830 CETFind out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hyClean Water for All with Sabera Talukder - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-06-12 18:30:00102G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Play a Game, Map a Brain!The race is on to map brains - and one way we'll get there is through a game.Join +Joe Hanson, creator of the popular PBS YouTube series, +It's Okay To Be Smart as he interviews  +Amy Robinson from the computational neuroscience lab at MIT creating +EyeWire , a game to map the human brain. She'll tell you how 6 months ago her team launched a game mapping the 3D structure of neurons in a brain. Over 60,000 people from 130 countries have played to date. They're rapidly advancing our quest to understand the mysteries of how the mind makes you who you are.What can we learn about our own brains from playing games? Come to the Hangout and find out! Post your questions here on the Event Page for Amy to answer with the #GSF2013.Wednesday, 29 May, 12:00PM PT / 2:00PM CT / 3:00PM ET / 1900 GMT / 2000 UTC / 2100 CETFind out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hyPlay a game, Map a brain with Amy Robinson, Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-05-29 21:00:00193G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111He's the original technology evangelist, helping a young Apple Computer Company explain its products and technologies to the world. He's an investor, an entrepreneur, a social media guru - and your guide to "The Science of Startups." Come hear +Guy Kawasaki talk with young entrepreneurs about what it takes to make a startup successful.Have questions for our guests? Post your questions in the event page on Google+ with #GSF2013 .Join us on Wednesday, 22 May, 1:00PM PT / 3:00PM CT / 4:00PM ET / 2100 GMT / 2200 CETFind out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hyGuy Kawasaki & The Science of Startups - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-05-22 22:00:00400G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111+Singularity University brings together some of the greatest minds of our time to invent the future - and work together to change the world. 3D house printers? Star Trek-type tricorders?Come hear +Salim Ismail, Global Ambassador for S.U., as he talks about mind-blowing disruptive technologies. Have questions for Salim? Post your questions in the event page on Google+ with #GSF2013 .Find out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hy(Image: Singularity University)Invent the Future, Change the World with Salim Ismail, Singularity University - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-05-15 20:00:0095G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111The Science of PhotographyDigital photography offers amazing flexibility to capture and modify images. But how does the science of photography actually work? What are the basic principles of light, and how do they affect how photographers shoot? How do different cameras and lenses capture images differently? And how do software tools change the way those images are ultimately viewed?Come to this Hangout On Air with +Trey Ratcliff, the world-class photographer whose work is displayed at StuckInCustoms.com. He will be interviewed by +Robert Scoble, well-known blogger, technology analyst, and amateur photographer, as well as our very own Google Student Ambassadors. Here's your chance to learn about the science behind those amazing images.Have questions for our guests? Post comments on Google+ with #GSF2013.Tuesday, May 7, 2:00PM PT / 4:00PM CT / 5:00PM ET / 2200 GMT / 2300 CE / 900 NZT (8 May)--------Find out more about the #GSF2013 Hangout series: goo.gl/H0pNqOfficial Google Science Fair website: http://goo.gl/FU1hyTrey Ratcliff - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-05-07 23:00:00648G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's our final Office Hours for Google Science Fair 2013!The day before the close of submissions, come to this Hangout On Air with Hannah and Samantha to review a final project checklist, and to hear about what happens once the submission period is over.Post any of your final questions below, then come join us!9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETFinal Office Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 29 April2013-04-29 18:00:0073G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Swarm! The Science of Collective BehaviorA Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with National Geographic Explorer Iain CouzinWhy do different kinds of fish, birds, animals and insects act as one? What scientific principles guide their collective behavior? By understanding how and why creatures move together in synchronized ways, what can we learn about nature – and about ourselves?Come to this "Field Trip Friday" Hangout On AIr with Iain Couzin, a National Geographic Explorer, and a leading expert on collective animal behavior. We’ll visit the CouzinLab at Princeton University to learn about different behaviors of different kinds of creatures, and hear Iain’s insights into the science of swarms.Field Trip Friday, 26 April, 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETNational Geographic Explorer Iain Couzin - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-26 18:00:0054G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111A special day for Office Hours!With less than a week left until the end of the submission period for Google Science Fair 2013, let's get on a Hangout On Air together. Post your questions last-minute questions below, and we'll answer all of those we have time for.9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETOffice Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 25 April2013-04-25 18:00:0080G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Your Genes Are Not Your Fate: Change Your Lifestyle, Change Your GenesIs it scientifically possible to actually change the way a person's genes work, just by changing the way they eat and exercise? Dr. Dean Ornish, a well-known doctor who has been on television and in documentaries talking about the connection between our genes and the way we live our lives, will teach you about the science of being healthy. Sign up for this Hangout On Air, and post your questions for Dr. Ornish below.Wednesday, 24 April, 12:00PM PT / 2:00PM CT / 3:00PM ET / 2000 GMT / 2100 CETDr. Dean Ornish - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-24 21:00:0088G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Earth Day at the White House! STAND BY!Join former Google Science Fair winners Brittany Wenger and Jonah Kohn LIVE from the White House. We're planning on starting at 1:00PM ET, so come Hangout with us. (On Air, that is.)10:00AM PT / Noon CT / 1:00PM ET / 1800 GMT / 1900 CETEarth Day at the White House - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-22 19:00:0028G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Get your questions answered on Office Hours!With a little over a week away from the final submission date for Google Science Fair 2013, post your questions below, then come hear answers during this Hangout On Air.9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETOffice Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 22 April2013-04-22 18:00:0089G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come to an Antimatter Hangout with CERN!Click here:http://goo.gl/qvdMK What is antimatter? Why does antimatter matter? Come watch Shree Bose, Google Science Fair 2011 grand prize winner, connect to the CERN laboratory to talk to physicists Tara Shears and Niels Madsen, as they tell us about this mysterious part of our universe. What antimatter research is going on at CERN, and what are the implications?And, if all goes to plan, CERN’s Rolf Landua will also show us the Hollywood-side of antimatter!Click here: http://goo.gl/qvdMKThursday, 18 April, 8:00AM PT / 10:00AM CT / 11:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETCERN Antimatter Hangout - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-18 17:00:00168G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Engineering, Space & LEGO!What do engineering, space, and LEGO have to do with each other? They're all passions of Adrian Drake, who designs experiments for the International Space Station. Come hear Adrian talk about some of the cool experiments he's been involved in, what we've learned from doing experiments in space - and see some of the amazing LEGO creations he's built.Wednesday, 17 April, 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETAdrian Drake - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-17 18:00:00128G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers.Post your questions below, then come watch this Office Hours Hangout On Air to hear answers to important questions about Google Science Fair 2013.9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETOffice Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 15 April2013-04-15 18:00:0055G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111هل تسائلت يوما عن كيفية تحديد مواقع هبوط المركبات الفضائية فى مهماتها على القمر أو المريخ؟ ما العوامل التى تتحكم بهذا و كيفية التنبؤ بها؟ هذا عن الفضاء، لكن ماذا عن كوكب الأرض؟ كيف يتم إكتشاف مصادر طبيعية مخبأة فى أعماقه؟ كيف يتم تحديد مواقعها بدقة لتسهيل إستخراجها؟ إنه علم الإستشعار عن بعد!فى جلسة Hangout نلتقى بأحد العلماء العرب المتميزين على مستوى العالم فى علوم الفضاء و الإستشعار عن بعد، د. فاروق الباز. يشغل الدكتور فاروق الباز منصب مدير مركز تطبيقات الاستشعار عن بُعد بجامعة بوسطن. شارك الباز في برنامج أبولو التابع لوكالة ناسا (في الفترة بين عامي 1967 و1972) بصفته سكرتير لجنة اختيار مواقع هبوط البعثات على القمر، كما شغل منصب رئيس الملاحظة الكونية والتصوير في مشروع أبولو. يعد الدكتور فاروق الباز أحد الشخصيات الرائدة في تطبيقات تصوير الفضاء، خاصة في ما يتعلق باستكشاف المياه الجوفية بالمناطق الصحراوية. حصل الباز على العديد من الجوائز، من بينها جائزة إنجاز أبولو من وكالة ناسا، وميدالية نيفادا، وأعلى وسام استحقاق في مصر. يعد الباز أحد أعضاء الأكاديمية الأمريكية القومية للهندسة ورئيس اللجنة الأمريكية القومية للعلوم الجيولوجية.سيحدثنا د. فاروق عن رحلته العلمية و العملية، بجانب إستعراض بعض من الأبحاث العلمية و التجارب التى قام بها فى مجال علوم الفضاء و الإستشعار عن بعد.ملحوظة: إذا كنت ترغب بالإنضمام إلى المناقشة فى البث الحى لجلسة Hangout مع د. فاروق، برجاء ملء النموذج http://goo.gl/Z5y7n _الإثنين 15 أبريل - الرابعة عصرا بتوقيت القاهرة ، الخامسة عصرا بتوقيت الرياضHave you ever wondered how to determine spacecraft landing sites in the Space missions on the Moon or Mars? What are the factors that control them and how to predict them? This was about the outer Space, but what about the Earth? How is the discovery of natural resources hidden in deep inside it? How accurately determining their location to facilitate the extraction? It's the magic remote sensing science!In this Hangout, we will meet one of the esteemed prominent Arab scientists in the field of Aerospace Science worldwide, Dr. Farouk El Baz. Dr. Farouk is the Director of the Center for Remote Sensing in Boston University. Heparticipated in NASA’s Apollo program (1967-72) as secretary of lunar landing site selection, and chairman of astronaut training in visual observations and photography. He received numerous honors, including NASA’s Apollo Achievement Award, the Nevada Medal, and the Egyptian Order of Merit - First Class. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and chairman of the U.S National Committee for Geological Sciences.Dr. Farouk will share his scientific journey with us, as well as talking about some of the Aerospace and Remote Sensing scientific research and experimentation he has participated in.If you wish to join the Livestreaming Hangout session, please fill in the form http://goo.gl/Z5y7nDr. Farouk El Baz - Google Hangouts on Air2013-04-15 16:00:00132G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Wild Wild Weather!Hurricanes. Tornadoes. Lightning. Flash floods. Why can weather be so extreme? Come find out on this Hangout On Air with Dan Satterfield, Chief Meteorologist for WBOC TV in Salisbury, Maryland. Dan will tell you about the science behind the weather, including the ways that weather is forecasted, how we understand changes in weather - and what can make weather so wild.Field Trip Friday, April 12, 10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT/ 1:00PM ET / 1800 GMT / 1900 CETDan Satterfield - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-12 19:00:00105G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111فى فيلم الماتريكس، هل لاحظت الجهاز المثبت فى عنق أبطال الفيلم، و الذى عن طريقه يستطيعون تحميل البيانات؟ هذا مثال بسيط عن التكنولوجيا الحيويةفى جلسة Hangout نلتقى بأحد أبرز العلماء فى مجال التكنولوجيا الحيوية على مستوى العالم، د. حياة سندى.تعد الدكتورة حياة السندي أول امرأة خليجية تحصل على درجة الدكتوراة في مجال التكنولوجيا الحيوية، بعد تلقيها الدراسة في كينغز كوليدج بجامعة لندن، وجامعة كيمبريدج، ومعهد ماساتشوستس للتكنولوجيا، وجامعة هارفارد. شغلت الدكتورة حياة منصب أستاذ زائر بجامعة هارفارد لمدة خمس سنوات، كما تعد مؤسسًا مشاركًا لمشروع أدوات التشخيص للجميع (Diagnostics For All)، الذي يوفر أدوات تشخيص منخفضة التكلفة للتمكين من علاج %60 من المرضى الذين يعيشون بمعزل عن البنى الأساسية للخدمات الطبية. علاوة على ذلك، وقع الاختيار على الدكتورة حياة للقيام بدور سفيرة نوايا حسنة للعلوم في منظمة اليونسكو عام 2012. جدير بالذكر أن د. حياة واحدة من المستكشفين الناشئين فى ناشيونال جيوغرافيك و من النساء الأوائل اللاتي حصلن على مقعد في مجلس الشورى السعودي.ستحدثنا د. حياة عن مشوارها العلمى و دراستها، بالإضافة إلى "أدوات التشخيص للجميع" الإبتكار العلمى لتشخيص الأمراض عن بعد. تحدثنا د. حياة أيضا عن مؤسسة i2Institute for Imagination and Ingenuity _ملحوظة: إذا كنت ترغب بالإنضمام إلى المناقشة فى جلسة Hangout مع د.حياة، برجاء ملء النموذج http://goo.gl/Z5y7n _الأربعاء 10 أبريل 2013 - الساعة  الخامسة عصرا بتوقيت الرياض - الرابعة عصرا بتوقيت القاهرة  In the Matrix, have you noticed the device that was fixed at the bottom of the Neo's neck, which he could download data and instructions from? That is a simple example about biotechnology.In this Hangout, we meet one of the world's most prominent scientists and entrepreneurs in biotechnology, Dr. Hayat Sindi.Dr. Hayat Sindi is one of the first female members of the Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia. She became the first female from the Gulf to earn a PhD in biotechnology, studying at King’s College London, Cambridge University, MIT and Harvard. Dr. Hayat was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University for five years, and a co-founder of Diagnostics For All, which offers cost-effective point-of-care diagnostic tools enabling the treatment of the 60% of people living beyond the reach of medical infrastructures. In addition, Dr. Hayat is a National Geographic Emerging Explorer as well as a goodwill ambassador for sciences at UNESCO for 2012.Dr. Hayat will be talking about her scientific and academic journey, as well as the scientific invention tools "Diagnostics for All". Moreover, Dr. Hayat will share with us more info about her recently founded institute, i2Institute for Imagination & Ingenuity.P.S.: If you would like to join the discussion live with Dr. Hayat, please fill in this form http://goo.gl/Z5y7nWednesday April 10th, 2013 - 14:00 GMT /  15:00 PET / 16:00 EET / 10:00AM Dr. Hayat Sindi - Google Plus Hangouts on Air2013-04-10 16:00:0077G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111The Science of FlyingHow do we fly? Why do we fly? Come meet Barrington Irving, a National Geographic Explorer, and find out.Since he was 15, Barrington has had a passion for flying, and at one point became the youngest person to ever fly solo around the world. He has also guided 60 inner-city kids to build an airplane from scratch - which he then piloted.In this Hangout On Air on Tuesday, 9 April, come hear Barrington talk about "The Science of Flying," and about his upcoming project to create a "classroom in the sky."9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETBarrington Irving - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-09 18:00:00122G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Ask Your Questions of a Judge for Google Science FairWith a little over three weeks away to the end of the submission period, here is your opportunity to ask your questions to resolve any outstanding issues before you submit your project - and to get answers from a judge. Post your questions below, and we'll answer all that we have time for during this Hangout On Air.Monday, 8 April, 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETOffice Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 8 April2013-04-08 18:00:0070G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Dinosaur! A Visit to the Fossil Lab"Dinosaur! A Visit to the Fossil Lab On Field Trip Friday, come meet the fossil-hunter who discovered “SuperCroc”!Paul Sereno is a paleontologist, a professor at the University of Chicago, and a National Geographic Explorer. He has discovered several new dinosaur species on several continents, and has excavated sites in far-flung places like Inner Mongolia, Argentina, and Morocco. One of his most widely-publicized discovery--- a 40-foot long fossil crocodile, Sarcosuchus imperator , better known as “SuperCroc” , found in the Sahar desert in Niger. Professor Sereno will take us on a tour of his Fossil Lab at the University of Chicago, and tell stories about some of his adventures while fossil-hunting.Friday, 5 April, 10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1800 GMT / 1900 CETPaul Sereno - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-05 19:00:0089G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Why Don't We Always Do What We Think We'll Do?One of the challenges of human life is that what we think is good for us right now is often not what is good for us in the long term. Eating healthy and exercising, for example, are not so much fun now, but are good for us in the future.When we face such tradeoffs, we often focus on the short term rather than our long term goals - and in the process, get ourselves into trouble.  But wait! There is hope. By understanding where we often fall short, we can learn how to overcome our natural (and less than desirable) inclinations.Come watch Professor Dan Ariely from Duke University, author of "Predictably Irrational," as he helps us understand how we can deal with "The Problem of Self-Control."Wednesday, 3 April, 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETDan Ariely - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-04-03 18:00:00153G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111We have answers. You have questions. Let's get together! Post your questions below for Hannah and for special guest Brittany Wenger, grand prize winner of Google Science Fair 2012. The final submission date is only four weeks away from this Office Hours, so let us know what you need to know!Office Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, 2 April2013-04-02 18:00:0080G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111هل تسائلت عن خلايا السرطان من قبل، ما شكلها؟ كيف تتكون و تهاجم خلايا الجسم السليمة؟فى جلسة Hangout هذة، نلتقى بأحد أهم الشخصيات الفاعلة فى مجال التوعية الطبية بمخاطر سرطان الثدى فى المنطقة العربية، د. سامية العامودى. تشغل د.سامية منصب أستاذ مشارك بجامعة الملك عبد العزيز بجدة، بالإضافة إلى الإشراف على الكرسي العلمي لأبحاث سرطان الثدي بجامعة الملك عبد العزيز بجدة و عضوية مجلس إدارة الاتحاد الدولي لمكافحة السرطان بجنيف. حصلت د. سامية على جائزة شجاعة المرأة عالمياً من الحكومة الأميركية في ٢٠٠٧م عن الشرق الاوسط نظير قيامها بكسر حاجز الصمت ونشر قصتها مع سرطان الثدي.ستحدثنا د. سامية عن مشوار حياتها العلمى، و كيف كان أثر دراسة العلوم الطبية فى إكتشافها لإصابتها بمرض سرطان الثدى و من ثم علاجه‘ بالإضافة إلى المبادرات التى تقوم بها للتوعية و التمكين الصحى فى المنطقة العربية_ملحوظة: إذا كنت ترغب بالإنضمام إلى المناقشة فى جلسة Hangout مع د. سامية، برجاء ملء النموذج http://goo.gl/Z5y7n _لأحد 31 مارس 2013 - الساعة  الثانية ظهرا بتوقيت الرياض - الواحدة ظهرا بتوقيت القاهرة * Have you ever wondered about the cancer cells, what they look like? How they are formed and attack the healthy body cells?*In this Hangout, we will meet one of the most active inspirational Arab scientists in the field of medical awareness of breast cancer. Dr. Samia Al-Amoudi is an associate professor at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, KSA; Chair of the Scientific Chair of Women's Health Empowerment and a member of Union of International Cancer Control Board of Directors.Dr. Samia will share with us her medical science study & practice journey, and how it has affected profoundly her life as it helped her diagnose herself with breast cancer, allowing her to take the next steps to recovery. Moreover, she will talk about the various campaigns she is doing to inspire and empower healthcare in the Middle East.P.S.: If you would like to join the discussion live with Dr. Samia, please fill in this form http://goo.gl/Z5y7nSunday March 31st, 2013 - 11:00 AM GMT / 12:00 PM PET / 13:00 EET / 7:00AM EDT / 4:00 AM PDT‎Hangouts on Air: Using Medical Science to Empower a Nation2013-03-31 13:00:0065G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Wild, Wacky, Weird and Wonderful Whales!There's probably a lot you don't know about whales - and Joy Reidenberg wants to tell you some of their deepest secrets. Come see whale bones and fossils, and hear why whales are some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet.Friday, 29 March, 2013 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETJoy Reidenberg - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-03-29 17:00:0068G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111 هل شاهدت فيلم الخيال العلمى  iRobot؟إذا كان الأمر كذلك، هل تساءلت كيف استطاع د. ألفرد لانينج إختراع مجموعة متكاملة من الرجال الآليين الأذكياء؟ هذا بالتحديد هو ما يقدمه علم هندسة الروبوتات.جميع الإختراعات و الإبتكارات يجب أن يتم تسجيلها لحمايتها من السرقة! هذا ما سيتتحدث عنه ضيف جلسة Hangout.فى جلسة Hangout  هذه، نلتقى بـ د. منصور الغامدى، الأستاذ المساعد بمدينة الملك عبد العزيز للعلوم و التقنية، حيث يحدثنا عن مشواره المهنى و شغفة بالعلوم و التكنولوجيا. علاوة على ذلك، سوف يطلعنا د. منصور على أحدث الإبتكارات التقنية و براءات الإختراع التى نُفِذَت فى مدينة الملك عبد العزيز للعلوم و التقنية.الخميس 28 مارس، 2013 - الساعة  الثانية ظهرا بتوقيت الرياض - الواحدة ظهرا بتوقيت القاهرة(This is a special Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air Show, which will be conducted in Arabic. Here's an English translation:Have you watched the Sci-Fi movie, iRobot? If so, do you ever wonder how Dr. Alfred Lanning was able to create a whole set of intelligent robots? That is what the magic of robotics science has to offer. Besides, all these cool inventions have to be patented to protect them from being stolen or hijacked! In this Hangout, we are hosting an esteemed Saudi Associate Professor from King Abdulaziz City of Science & Technology (KACST), Dr. Mansour will be sharing with us how he developed his career and passion for science and technology. Moreover, he will talk about the recent scientific innovations from KACST. March 28th, 2013 - 11:00 AM GMT / 12:00 PM PET / 13:00 EET / 7:00AM EDT / 4:00 AM PDTHangouts on Air: Introducing Google Science Fair, Live from Riyadh!2013-03-28 12:00:00131G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Destino: Marte¿Como es mandar un vehículo robótico a Marte -- y luego guiarlo por la superficie del Planeta Rojo? Ven a este Google Hangout de la Feria de Ciencias 2013 para saberlo. Nacido en la Argentina, Miguel San Martin del Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA) es el jefe de ingeniería del sistema de Guiado, Navegación, y Control del proyecto Mars Science Laboratory (MSL). Escúchalo contar de porque quiso ser un ingeniero aero-espacial, y como se involucró en una hazaña de ingeniería que nadie intentó anteriormente – guiar al vehículo mas grande y pesado que la NASA ha creado, a otro planeta— con el propósito de responder una de las preguntas mas importantes de nuestros tiempos: Pudo la vida existir en otros planetas"?27 Marcha 2013 - 10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1400 ART / 1700 GMT / 1800 CET(This is a special Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air Show, which will be conducted in Spanish. Here's an English translation:Destination: MarsWhat’s it like to send a rover to Mars – and then guide it around the Red Planet? Come to this Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air to find out. Born in Argentina, Miguel San Martin of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA) is the Chief Engineer of Guidance, Navigation and Control at the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Project. Hear him talk about what made him want to become a aerospace engineer, and how he became involved in an engineering feat nobody has ever accomplished before – guiding the biggest and heaviest vehicle NASA has ever created, to another planet – in an attempt to answer one of the most important questions of our time: Could there have been life on other planets?Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout en el Aire con Miguel San Martin2013-03-27 18:00:00483G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What Are the Judges Looking For?That's one of the questions we'll answer on our next Office Hours session. Join Steve Bullock, Bristol University, preliminary and semi-final judge for Google Science Fair, as he talks with Hannah from the GSF team.Here's your chance to ask questions of one of the judges! Post your question below, and if there's time, we'll cover it during the show.Monday, 25 March, 9:00AM PT / 11:00 AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETOffice Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-03-25 17:00:00115G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come Learn How You Can Become a Maker Engineer!Limor Fried is one of the world's best-known "Makers." She has created one of the largest collections of free electronics tutorials, open-source hardware and software in the world. And she founded +Adafruit Industries to create products for makers of all ages & skill levels.Post your questions below. Then come to this Field Trip Friday Hangout On Air to see the cool stuff at Adafruit, and find out how you can become a maker too!Friday, 22 March, 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETLimor Fried - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-03-22 17:00:00199G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Squishy Circuits!It's "Maker Week" on Google Science Fair.Can you actually use play dough to make a circuit board? What are some other cool projects you can do? Come find out from AnnMarie Thomas, executive director of the Maker Education Initiative. Learn how you can join the "maker movement"!10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETGoogle Science Fair Hangout On Air with AnnMarie Thomas2013-03-20 18:00:0080G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111This Office Hours session will be rescheduled soon. Please post any questions you have on the Forum on the GoogleScienceFair.com site.Here Comes the Judge!If you're doing a project for Google Science Fair - or just thinking about it - here's one Office Hours you won't want to miss. Dr. Adam Rutherford is editor of the science journal Nature, a geneticist and BBC presenter - and a judge for the final round of Google Science Fair. Come hear what he will be looking for when he reviews experiments from this year's submissions.You have questions? Adam will have answers. Join us this Monday morning for a lively question and answer session with a judge, guided by Hannah of the Google Science Fair team.9:00AM PT / 11:00AM / 12:00PM / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETPOSTPONED - Office Hours with a Judge - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-03-18 17:00:0053G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers.Come learn more about Google Science Fair on this Office Hours Show at a special day and time, Saturday, March 16. Post your questions about the competition below, and hear answers from the Google Science Fair team.10:00AM PT / 12:00AM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1700 GMT / 1800 CETGoogle Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air, Office Hours at a Special Time & Day2013-03-16 18:00:0081G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Créativité Sans Frontières (Creativity Without Borders)Nobel prize-winning chemist Sir Harold Kroto explores the fundamental aspects of creativity, and shows that key factors in the creative process are much the same across all areas. Often a search for elegant patterns, symmetries - or sometimes dis-symmetries - provide inspiration whether the creator is an artist or a scientist."Sir Harry" will be interviewed by Mariette DiChristina, editor-in-chief of Scientific American. Come find out how to spark your own creativity as you explore your scientific interests.9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1600 GMTGoogle Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Sir Harold Kroto2013-03-15 17:00:00162G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Hackers+InventionPablos Holman is a futurist, an inventor - and a notorious hacker with a unique view into breaking and building new technologies. Pablos helped create the world's smallest PC; 3D printers at Makerbot; spaceships with Jeff Bezos; artificial intelligence agent systems; and the Hackerbot, a Wi-Fi seeking robot. Come learn what happens when you mix hacking and inventing!12:00PM PT / 2:00PM CT / 3:00PM ET / 1900 GMTGoogle Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Pablos Holman2013-03-13 20:00:00194G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers! Post your questions below for Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours.Come to our weekly Office Hours Hangout On Air with the Google Science Fair team, and watch for answers to your questions.And if you don't find what you're looking for, you'll find answers to many of your questions on the web site (googlesciencefair.com), and on the Forum, at http://goo.gl/HkjQdMonday, 11 March, 2013 9:00AM  PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:000PM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CET.Office Hours - Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air2013-03-11 17:00:0084G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Your Creative BrainIt's Brain Week on Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air Series!What does your brain actually look like while you are doing creative things? What goes on inside your head when you're doing something creative, or trying to solve a problem?On this "Field Trip Friday," Evangelia G. Chrysikou, Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Kansas, can show you. She uses functional MRI scans that take pictures of the brain in action (as well as noninvasive brain stimulation) to understand what our brains do when we're performing different tasks - and she'll show you some surprising insights about what happens when we are coming up with creative ideas.Sign up for this event, and post your questions below for Professor Chrysikou.10:00AM PT / 12:00:PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 1700 GMTGoogle Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Evangelia Chrysikou2013-03-08 19:00:00318G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Visual Perception: Why We See What We SeeIt's "Brain Week" on Google Science Fair 2013 Hangouts On Air!Vision has not yet been explained scientifically. There is no robot that can see the way we do. A robot can make a video image of an object in front of it - but the robot cannot determine the size or shape of the object, whether the object is black or white, or whether the object is moving or stationary. The robot cannot do it because science is still trying to decode the human brain’s "visual software." Professor Alan Gilchrist has studied the way our eyes and our brains work together to see the world, and he has some fascinating demonstrations to show you where you quite literally won't believe your eyes. Come to this Hangout and take a virtual tour of Professor Gilchrist’s visual perception lab to learn about “psychophysics” - and why you sometimes don’t see exactly what you think you see.If you want to do some of these simple experiments at home along with Professor Gilchrist, you'll need a piece of white paper, a pair of (safe!) scissors, and a desk lamp. (And if you have a paper punch, you can do another at-home demonstration.)Sign up for this event, and post questions for Professor Gilchrist below.11:00AM PT / 1:00PM CT / 2:00PM ET / 1800 GMTGoogle Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Alan Gilchrist2013-03-06 20:00:00180G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Get Answers to Your Questions About Google Science Fair!You have questions? We have answers. On Saturday, 2 March, come join this week's Office Hours session at a special time, at 800 GMT, during daytime in the Eastern Hemisphere. Post your questions below, and during the Hangout On Air, you can also post questions on the YouTube channel for Google Science Fair.Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours - Special Day & Time2013-03-02 09:00:00185G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Looking Into SquidHave you ever met a jumbo squid? William Gilly has. He explores the wild variety of life in our oceans, and finds the squid one of the most fascinating creatures in the sea. And he knows some surprising things about them.Be sure to put this Hangout On Air on your calendar. Then on Friday, 1 March, come find out about squid - how they swim, how they fly, how they change color - and even what they look like inside.And if you're between the ages of 13 and 18, be sure to register on the Google Science Fair web site at googlesciencefair.com. It's your turn to change the world!Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with William Gilly2013-03-01 21:00:00113G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Plant A Fish: Regrowing Ocean LifeAround the world, fish populations are dwindling. On land, trees are being cut down. If we can re-plant whole forests to bring back trees, what can we do to replenish our oceans?On Wednesday, 27 February, come to this Hangout On Air with Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. He'll tell us all about the science of "planting fish," and why it's something we all can do. And he'll talk about what it was like to start scuba-diving - at the age of four.If you're between the ages of 13 and 18, be sure to sign up on the Google Science Fair web site at googlesciencefair.com. And check out our upcoming calendar of Hangouts On Air at http://goo.gl/iUvbc.Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Fabien Cousteau2013-02-27 18:00:00113G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers! Post your questions below for Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours.Come to our weekly Office Hours Hangout On Air with the Google Science Fair team, and watch for answers to your questions.And if you don't find what you're looking for, you'll find answers to many of your questions on the web site (googlesciencefair.com), and on the Forum, at http://goo.gl/HkjQd.Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours, 25 February2013-02-25 17:00:00118G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Hangout with CERN and Google Science Fair: Snapshots of the InvisibleHow do scientists track invisible particles? What’s the latest news on the “Higgs-like Boson” that was announced on the 4th of July last year? Come find out in this special"'Field Trip Thursday" Hangout On Air with CERN on the CERN Google+ page and YouTube channel!Hangout with CERN and Google Science Fair: Snapshots of the Invisible8:00AM PT / 10:00AM CT / 11:00AM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CET In collaboration with CERN, Google Science Fair will travel 100 meters underground (that’s the length of a U.S. football field) to the cathedral-like cavern of the CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) detector. This is one of the detectors stationed around the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), like giant cameras recording the results of sub-atomic particle collisions as they take "snapshots of the invisible." We’ll be joined by the two people who announced the discovery of the Higgs-like Boson, CMS spokesperson Joe Incandela and ATLAS spokesperson Fabiola Gianotti. If all goes to plan, Joe will connect from the CMS cavern, while Fabiola joins CERN’s regular host, ATLAS physicist Steven Goldfarb, above ground.This "Hangout with CERN" will be broadcast live on Thursday 21 February at 11:00AM ET (check your local time, above), with a recording available later on YouTube. Post your questions in advance in the comments section below, or on Twitter to @CERN and @GScienceFair with the hashtags #askCERN and #GSF2013.Google Science Fair is an online science competition open to students ages 13-18 from around the globe. Students can register at googlesciencefair.com. Find out more about CERN’s involvement in Google Science Fair at http://goo.gl/N9f3G. And for some of CERN’s previous hangouts, check out http://goo.gl/dbnrV. You can also see past shows from Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air series at http://goo.gl/JfJJX*For the Hangout With CERN, go to:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyg9267Vkdk*8:00AM PT / 10:00AM CT / 11:00AM ET / 1600 GMT / 1700 CETIt's your turn to change the world!#science #physics Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with CERN2013-02-21 17:00:00250G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come Hangout with "The ZomBee Hunter," Professor John Hafernik - and Learn How to Hunt for "ZomBees"What if there was something that could turn an ordinary honey bee into a "ZomBee," acting bizarrely, wandering around aimlessly - then dying? Well, there is - and Professor John Hafernik of San Francisco State University and the California Academy of Sciences can tell you what's infecting them. Come to this Google+ Hangout On Air on Wednesday, February 20 (check the event time above), and find out about the creepy creature that's turning bees into "ZomBees" - and how you can help find them.Be sure to sign up on this event page. And post your questions for the Professor here ahead of time, and even while the Hangout is happening with "The ZomBee Hunter"!Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with "The ZomBee Hunter"2013-02-20 21:00:00169G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Our weekly series of Office Hours sessions for Google Science Fair 2013 continues today.Post your questions about Google Science Fair below, and come watch at the time listed above to hear your questions answered. We'll help you to learn what you need to know to submit a successful project.And if you're between the ages of 13 and 18, be sure to register on the web site at googlesciencefair.com!Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours, 18 February2013-02-18 17:00:00164G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Competing to Send People to Space (and Do Other Incredible Things): Peter Diamandis of Space Adventures and XPRIZE Foundation(If the video above won't play, please watch it at http://goo.gl/mOITJ)Imagine being able to send people to the International Space Station. Or up in a jet so they can be weightless. What about sending robots to mine asteroids? Those are all things that Peter Diamandis has done, or is planning to do. On “Field Trip Friday” (see time above), you’ll learn how private citizens can experience weightlessness, fly to space – or even build their own spacecraft. Hear stories about extraordinary people and incredible accomplishments - all in the name of competing for science.And if you're between the ages of 13 and 18, be sure to sign up at googlesciencefair.com. It's your turn to change the world. #GSF2013Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Peter Diamandis2013-02-15 21:00:0073G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Do Your Genes Fit? Learn About Genetic Testing (and Cosmonaut Training) from Esther DysonOn Wednesday, Feb. 13, join a Hangout On Air with Esther Dyson, an investor in many cool Silicon Valley startups, including 23andMe, a personal genetic testing company. This is an exciting time, when each of us can understand more about our own unique genetic makeup by taking a simple biological test. *At 9:00AM PT / 11:00 AM CT / 12:00 PM ET / 1600 GMT, Esther will help you understand why she asks, “Do Your Genes Fit?” *Esther comes from a scientific family: Her father is Freeman Dyson, a theoretical physicist and mathematician who’s an expert on astronomy, physics, and nuclear engineering.Come hear Esther talk about the results of her own genetic testing. And if you post some questions on this event page for her, maybe we can get her to talk about the time she trained to be a cosmonaut (that’s an astronaut in Russia) at Star City!It's your turn to change the world. If you're between the ages of 13 and 18, be sure to register at www.googlesciencefair.com #GSF2013  Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Esther Dyson2013-02-13 18:00:00172G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers. Come join us for an "Office Hours" Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2013 If you're curious about any step in the process for becoming part of Google Science Fair this year, be here this Monday, Feb. 11, at 800AM PT / 1000AM CT / 1100AM ET / 1600 GMT to learn how you can participate. Post your questions here on the event page to be read by Gavin, a former Google Science Fair finalist, and Jemma from the UK GSF team will provide answers. This is your chance to learn more about Google Science Fair so you can develop your project. Learn how to walk through each of the steps toward a successful submission. And invite your friends and your teachers to check it out, too! This week, we also have some great upcoming Hangout On Air sessions with amazing technologists. On Wednesday, Feb. 13, join a Hangout with Esther Dyson, an investor in many cool Silicon Valley startups, including 23andMe, a genetic testing company. Esther will help you understand why she asks, “Do Your Genes Fit?” And she’ll talk about the time she trained to be a cosmonaut at Star City in Russia. On Friday, Feb. 15, come watch Peter Diamandis, founder of the XPRIZE Foundation, which has used prize competitions to do everything from helping to spark a new era of space travel, to getting companies to build a tricorder (the kind of body sensor device used in Star Trek). He'll tell you how people with big visions have built spaceships and solved critical problems using science and technology. It’s your turn to change the world. If you’re a student between the ages of 13 and 18, go to googlesciencefair.com and register! #GSF2013Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air - Office Hours2013-02-11 17:00:00369G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111On Friday, February 8, Learn How to Become a “Citizen-Scientist” with Paleo Quest’s Jason Osborne & Aaron Alford in this Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air What’s it like diving for fossils while dodging sharks and alligators? Come find out when Jason Osborne and Aaron Alford of Paleo Quest tell us about their forays into the murky waters of America, this coming ”Field Trip Friday,” February 8, at 9:00AM PT / 11:00AM CT / 12:00PM ET / 1700 GMT. As Aaron and Jason describe it, these are “…the improbable adventures of two citizen-scientists and their peculiar affinity for vexingly dangerous endeavors, horrifying stenches, first-rate science, cut-rate lodging and generally attempting to annoy fishes, snakes, sharks, gators and crabs by blindly bumbling about the bottoms of rivers.” Learn how to become a “citizen-scientist” and make your own discoveries! Sign up now for this exciting event. It's your turn to change the world. #GSF2013Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Jason Osborne and Aaron Alford of Paleo Quest2013-02-08 18:00:00274G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come Hangout This Thursday with National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Dr. Enric Sala! On Thursday, February 7, join Google Science Fair 2013 in a Hangout On Air with Dr. Enric Sala, a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence who will be embarking on an unprecedented expedition off the coast of Chile. Dr. Sala is a marine ecologist who has dedicated his life to finding ways to preserve our oceans, and searches the world over for the last remaining healthy underwater ecosystems. Starting at 10:00AM PT / 12:00PM CT / 1:00PM ET / 3:00PM CLST / 1800 GMT, Dr. Sala will join the Hangout On Air from a ship anchored at port in Chile. Sign up for the event here, and come post questions about our pristine seas for Enric to answer live during the Hangout On Air. It's your turn to change the world. #GSF2013Google Science Fair 2013 Hangout On Air with Dr. Enric Sala, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence2013-02-07 19:00:0096G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111You have questions? We have answers. Come join us for the first "Office Hours" session of Google Science Fair 2013.If you're curious about any step in the process for becoming part of Google Science Fair this year, be here this Monday, Feb. 4, at 800AM PT / 1000AM CT / 1100AM ET / 1600 GMT to learn how you can participate. Post your questions here on the event page, and Jemma from the UK GSF team will provide answers.Don't be shy! This is your chance to remove any roadblocks as you develop your project for the Science Fair. Learn how to walk through each of the steps toward a successful submission. And invite your friends and your teachers to check it out, too!We also have some great upcoming Hangout On Air sessions with amazing scientists. On Thursday, Feb. 7, join a Hangout with Enric Sala, a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, from a harbor in Chile in South America. And on Friday, Feb. 8, at 1200 ET, watch Jason Osborne and Aaron Alford talk about "Risky Bones: Walking Whales & Prehistoric Tales."Google Science Fair 2013 Office Hours2013-02-04 17:00:00145G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Come join us for the beginning of a series of Hangouts with amazing scientists, technologists and inventors.First up is Dean Kamen, who is an incredible innnovator who fits all of those categories. He has more than 440 patents, for inventions like an advanced prosthetic arm, and the Segway Human Transporter. He’ll be showing off some of his life-changing inventions, in an interview hosted by +Shree Bose, one of our former Google Science Fair winnersThis Friday, February 1, at 1130AM PT / 1:30PM CT / 2:30PM ET / 1930 GMT, come ask Dean your questions, and find out what drives him to invent breakthroughs that can help humanity.And don’t forget, next Monday, Feb. 4, is our first “Office Hours” session. At 800AM PT / 1000AM CT / 1100AM ET / 1600 GMT, Jemma from the Science Fair team in the UK will answer your questions, and help you learn how to submit a project. Other Hangouts next week include National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala, and Paleo Quest's Jason Osborne and Aaron Alford.It's your turn to change the world. Sign up on the Web site at http://goo.gl/xj0eWGSF 2013 Hangout On Air with Dean Kamen: Inventions That Save Lives2013-02-01 20:30:00358G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111It's Your Turn to Change the World during Google Science Fair 2013Google Science Fair 2013 is back for a third year! Students from around the world will compete to win prizes, scholarships, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. If you’re between the ages of 13 and 18, this is your chance to find something you're curious about, and submit a science or engineering project.Join the Google Science Fair team - and learn how to make your submission the best possible - as we kick off this year's competition in a lively Hangout On Air this Wednesday, January 30, at 8 AM PT / 10 AM CT / 11 AM ET / 4 PM GMT.  The session will cover the basic rules, and help you prepare for creating your own project. And you’ll get the chance to meet former Google Science Fair finalists +Shree Bose and +Gavin Ovsák.Come prepared with your own questions, which you can post here on the event page. Watch the Hangout On Air from the event page, or from the Google Science Fair YouTube Channel (http://goo.gl/vEjLf). This is just the beginning! Stay tuned for upcoming Hangout On Air sessions with some of your favorite scientists and technologists, starting with inventor Dean Kamen on Friday, Feb. 1. Check back for the event RSVP.  It’s your turn to change the world!  #GSF2013Google Science Fair - kickoff Hangout On Air2013-01-30 17:00:00152G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Roundtable with top editors and journalists in scienceYou love STEM. You've been reading scientific journals since you were a kid. You want to work in STEM but you don't necessarily want to be a researcher. Have you ever thought of pursuing a career in science communication or journalism? We are here to help you! We're sitting down with the people who have made science journalism and communications a career. Join us tomorrow December 21st at 12 PM CST as we hear from +Mark Fischetti from +Scientific American, +Cara Santa Maria from +HuffPost Science, +Andrew Howley from +National Geographic and freelance journalist +Carin Bondar as they tell us about their experience in journalism and communications and how they bring science to life with their words.Bring your questions and curiosities to follow along our guest panel and the other #deSTEMber participants at 10 AM PST / 12PM CST / 1 PM EST. Keep tuning into the 31 days of #deSTEMber with +Girlstart and +Google Science Fair for more at-home experiments and STEM activities.For a full list of events, check out Girlstart’s calendar (http://goo.gl/fP810)deSTEMber In the Field Friday Roundtable with Editors from Science Publications2012-12-21 19:00:00165G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111What does an Academy Award, Theoretical Physics, & Kings College have in common? The sum of these is the brilliant mind of Google[x] Engineer +Dan Piponi and the work that he's done. Not only does he get to work on cool projects in the Google[x] lab, he can also explain science in a way that’s accessible to all ages. Join Google Science Fair winner +Shree Bose as she moderates a hangout with Google’s Dan Piponi. He'll shows us how to find subatomic particles from the comfort of your own home. Most of us are familiar with pictures of subatomic particles interacting but seeing it in real life seems like a lofty goal. What most people don't realize is that you can get similar results at home by spending about $40 on materials that are pretty easy to find.     Bring your questions and curiosities to follow along with Dan, Shree and the other #deSTEMber participants Wednesday, December 19 at 10 AM PST / 12PM CST / 1 PM EST. Keep tuning into the 31 days of #deSTEMber with +Girlstart and +Google Science Fair for more at-home experiments and STEM activities.      For a full list of events, check out Girlstart’s calendar http://goo.gl/fP810deSTEMber Experiment: Inside the Mind of Google [x] Engineer Dan Piponi2012-12-19 19:00:00162G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Are you a tech nerd? Is “early adopter” your middle name? Do you dream of creating the latest and greatest in technology? Come get a firsthand look at how awesome being an engineer can be Join us tomorrow, December 15, as MIT engineer, +Limor Fried give's us a tour of +Adafruit Industries, home to one of the largest collections of free electronics tutorials, open-source hardware and software in the world. Limor founded Adafruit to create the best place online for learning electronics, making the best designed products for makers of all ages/skill levels and to help educate and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Bring your questions and curiosity to follow along with Limor and the other #deSTEMber participants at 10 AM PST / 12PM CST / 1 PM ESTKeep tuning into the 31 days of #deSTEMber with +Girlstart and +Google Science Fair for more at-home experiments and STEM activities.For a full list of events, check out Girlstart’s calendar (http://goo.gl/fP810)deSTEMber In the Field Friday with Adafruit Industries2012-12-14 19:00:00181G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Without force, electricity, and magnetism, we would literally be in the dark and the everyday gadgets, appliances, motors (and the list goes on) would not simply not function. We use these indispensable forces every day, but how do they each work? And more importantly, how are they connected to one another? Join +Google Science Fair 2011 Finalist and senior at Phillips Academy Andover - +Skanda Koppula - as he dives into “the force” of electricity and magnetism. He will be demonstrating the interconnection between these forces. Using these household items (a wire, a magnet and a light bulb) he will test some of the theories principles governing the connection. Bring your questions and curiosity to follow along with Skanda and the other #deSTEMber participants at 10 AM PST / 12PM CST / 1 PM EST. Keep tuning into the 31 days of #deSTEMber with +Girlstart and +Google Science Fair for more at-home experiments and STEM activities.For a full list of events, check out Girlstart’s calendar http://goo.gl/fP810deSTEMber Experiment with 2011 Finalist Skanda Koppula2012-12-12 19:00:00217G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join us for a Hangout on Air with Scientific American editor Mark Fischetti. We'll be talking about their latest issue which focuses on world changing ideas. Explore big advances in technology, like oil that cleans water, pacemakers powered by our own blood, and more. Have a question you'd like to ask Mark? Post it below and we may answer it on air!You can check out the World Changing Ideas feature here:http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=world-changing-ideas-2012-innovations-radical-enough-alter-lives"World Changing Ideas" Hangout2012-11-20 20:00:00111G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Join us for a Hangout on Air with Vint Cerf, a computer scientist recognized as one of "the fathers of the Internet." We look forward to a conversation with him about how the Internet continues to evolve, and the challenges and opportunities ahead of us.Have a question for Vint? Submit it in the comments below and we may ask it on air!Google Science Fair Hangout on Air with Vint Cerf2012-11-13 01:00:00466G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111Often we think that science is all about answers- but it's actually about questions! Join our conversation with Rich about coming up with great questions and how they're the start for amazing scientific discoveries.Have a question for Rich? Leave it in the comments below and we might discuss it on-air!About Rich: At Google Rich is a member of the Google [x]  team, which experiments with ambitious future technologies to develop products that have the potential to make a huge positive impact on our world. Rich is  a researcher, small team lead, rapid prototyping specialist and in-house skateboarding consultant.  He writes code, builds stuff, does math, and usually avoids setting things on fire.  In between filing patents and drinking coffee Rich specializes in failing productively as quickly as possible.Hangout with Rich DeVaul2012-10-25 01:30:00119G+
Google Science Fair1,886,111The winners of Google Science Fair 2012 will be announced on July 23, 2012. This year’s 15 finalists, all 13-18 years of age, join us from seven countries, and their projects explore topics as varied as adapting hydroponic solutions for poor subsistence farmers to developing cell-phone compatible electrocardiograph machines. This year our winners will win once-in-a-lifetime experiences like a scientific trip to the Galapagos Islands with National Geographic Expeditions, unique scholarships and real-life work opportunities in iconic science centers of excellence like CERN in Switzerland. Who will they be? Watch the awards gala live stream next Monday, July 23 at 7 p.m. PST at http://google.com/sciencefair. Google Science Fair 2012 Award Ceremony Live Stream2012-07-24 04:00:00297G+

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Circles Circles Circles37,983SCIENCE CircleDo you want more science in your life? Then, be sure to add these fascinating pages and people who dwell on science daily and are actively engaging.  Enrich your stream.If you are a scientist or someone who primarily posts about science and would like to be included in this circle please make a request in the comments section below.If you have someone or an organization's G+ page to recommend please add their name in the comments section below.Note: To those included in the circle, you were added by the generous recommendation of others  -- their help is deeply appreciated. Your add back and re-share would be also deeply appreciated as it would help spread the word about science.Current Circles  Published Mondays ORIGINAL CONTENT CREATORS : http://goo.gl/o82s0mPublished Wednesdays:BLOGGERS & THEIR BLOGS: http://goo.gl/IkCTLPPublished Thursdays:WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS : http://goo.gl/nFCsGwMEN ARE FROM MARS :  http://goo.gl/tID4ZmPublished Fridays:A CIRCLE TO PAY IT FORWARD:  http://goo.gl/E6v81LOthers CirclesSCIENCE: http://goo.gl/xXWLPtTECHNOLOGY: http://goo.gl/z3z8lh#science       #scienceeveryday       #sciencecircle       #circlesharing  2014-07-17 04:08:1710661124CC G+
Mikhail Petrovsky89,070Hey my friends. Good morning/evening to all!Circle brings together nice and interesting people with similar interests ...Share and be sharedБуду признателен всем, кто присоединится и поделится этим кругом.Этот круг объединяет людей со схожими интересами...I would be grateful to all those who will join and share it around.#ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother 2014-07-14 05:52:12363694383CC G+
shareing circle jac3,227♥♥♥ Google Friends! - You're in this Circle - Share the circle ♥♥♥2014-07-06 07:41:322087414CC G+
Peter Edenist30,747TESLA Super Science Circle 2014 - June Edition!!!! : A quality circle curated carefully and tended since 2011. Who is in this circle?  people who are either involved in science, love science or are active on the Science on G+ community. Community link is here http://goo.gl/46uFH and the Page is +Science on G+!Have you wondered where one can meet with like-minded people who love science and like to read about the real stuff? This is the ultimate SUL on science.... add and share to keep it alive.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Want to nominate someone? Please do so in comments. If you want to recommend something let us know. People who are notified are part of the circle.#science #tesla #scienceongplus #scienceeveryday 2014-06-19 13:39:49342755692CC G+
Circles Circles Circles35,732SCIENCE CircleDo you want more science in your life? Then, be sure to add these fascinating pages and people who dwell on science daily and are actively engaging.  Enrich your stream.If you are a scientist or someone who primarily posts about science and would like to be included in this circle please make a request in the comments section below.If you have someone or an organization's G+ page to recommend please add their name in the comments section below.Note: To those included in the circle, you were added by the generous recommendation of others  -- their help is deeply appreciated. Your add back and re-share would be also deeply appreciated as it would help spread the word about science.Current Circles  Published Mondays ORIGINAL CONTENT CREATORS : http://goo.gl/RPEbdlPublished Wednesdays:BLOGGERS & THEIR BLOGS: http://goo.gl/fmOadpPublished Thursdays:WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS : http://goo.gl/Oyg8RBMEN ARE FROM MARS :  http://goo.gl/9NT51gPublished Fridays:A CIRCLE TO PAY IT FORWARD:  http://goo.gl/5mT3s0Others CirclesSCIENCE: http://goo.gl/AV4WvdTECHNOLOGY: http://goo.gl/YANzuo#science     #scienceeveryday     #sciencecircle     #circlesharing  2014-06-19 02:05:3310651024CC G+
Becky Collins10,439Super Science Circle :Circle of very #social #engagerspeople and companiesTo be included in my shares (#sharedcircle), be so kind to:1 - Do +1 t the post2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest) Ex: Fashion, SEO, Companies, Social Media Marketing, Sailing, Photography, Bloggers/Writers, Web graphics and design, Italy, Artists, Sport, Finance/Economy ...3 - include the circle among your circles4 - share the circle (include yourself)Improve your popularity, be social be cool !Keep yourself updated, enjoy the Shared Circles Hellenic Alliance, you can share your shared circles inside the upcoming Community:https://plus.google.com/communities/112552559573595396104  #socialmedia  #media  #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circlecircle   #beckyscircle   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles  #sharedcircleoftheday  +Becky Collins ?2014-05-31 05:09:154901211CC G+
Circles Circles Circles33,758SCIENCE CircleDo you want more science in your life? Then, be sure to add these fascinating pages and people who dwell on science daily and are actively engaging.  Enrich your stream.If you are a scientist or someone who primarily posts about science and would like to be included in this circle please make a request in the comments section below.If you have someone or an organization's G+ page to recommend please add their name in the comments section below.Note: To those included in the circle, you were added by the generous recommendation of others  -- their help is deeply appreciated. Your add back and re-share would be also deeply appreciated as it would help spread the word about science.Current Circles  Published Mondays ORIGINAL CONTENT CREATORS : http://goo.gl/WbY7NSPublished Wednesdays:BLOGGERS & THEIR BLOGS: http://goo.gl/XPSnHVPublished Thursdays:WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS : http://goo.gl/itFj7ZMEN ARE FROM MARS : http://goo.gl/uBBxgdPublished Fridays:A CIRCLE TO PAY IT FORWARD: http://goo.gl/f1wz2IOthers CirclesSCIENCE: http://goo.gl/MOGsxGTECHNOLOGY: http://goo.gl/bDcYF4#science     #scienceeveryday     #sciencecircle     #circlesharing  2014-05-28 20:17:02102101320CC G+
Penny4NASA42,501Space Advocates Circle: First EditionHere's the first edition of our Space Advocates public shared circle, highlighting space agencies, private aerospace companies, space advocacy organizations, and public figures who actively promote the exploration of space and the STEM fields on Google+.We will be updating this circle regularly and sharing it every few months. We welcome your input! If there is a Page of Profile you believe should be included in this circle please let us know in the comments below. They could make an appearance in the next edition of our Space Advocates circle! #Penny4NASA #NASA #NASASocial #STEM #COSMOS #Space #SpaceExploration #SpaceX #Science #ScienceSunday #CarlSagan #NeildeGrasseTyson #PublicSharedCircles #PublicCircle #SharedCircle #SharedCircleOfTheDay #CircleOfTheDay #Circles #CircleShare #CircleSharing2014-05-22 18:28:48123359CC G+
Circles Circles Circles32,435SCIENCE CircleDo you want more science in your life? Then, be sure to add these fascinating pages and people who dwell on science daily and are actively engaging.  Enrich your stream.If you are a scientist or someone who primarily posts about science and would like to be included in this circle please make a request in the comments section below.If you have someone or an organization's G+ page to recommend please add their name in the comments section below.Note: To those included in the circle, you were added by the generous recommendation of others  -- their help is deeply appreciated. Your add back and re-share would be also deeply appreciated as it would help spread the word about science.Current Circles  Published Mondays ORIGINAL CONTENT CREATORS : http://goo.gl/Hev5GIPublished Wednesdays:BLOGGERS: http://goo.gl/Nqll1yPublished Thursdays:WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS : http://goo.gl/olCV0EMEN ARE FROM MARS : http://goo.gl/l58RRiPublished Fridays:A CIRCLE TO PAY IT FORWARD: http://goo.gl/oIXG1ROthers Circles:SCIENCE: http://goo.gl/voKgBxTECHNOLOGY: http://goo.gl/bDcYF4#science   #scienceeveryday   #sciencecircle   #circlesharing  2014-05-16 02:10:07103141526CC G+
Andrea Orselli5,603Hi! Here is my circle. Please click "ADD PEOPLE" button to add the whole circle and help increase each others connection. +1 and share will be greatly appreciated.#circleshare #circlesharing #circleoftheday #wanttobecircled #addmetoyourcircles #public #publiccircle #sharedcircles    #sharedcircle #morefollowers #sharingcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedpublicircles #sharedcircle #photography #photographer #bestphotographer #topphotographer #AddCircle #FindCircles #awesome #AwesomePeople #AwesomeCircle #addmetoyourcircles #addcircle #addpeople #circlemeup #circlesdiscovery #circleshare #circlesharing #publiccircle    #publicsharedcircles #SharedCircles #weeklyreview #sharedcircle    #topsharedcircl2014-04-30 20:05:53443426CC G+
STEM on Google+ Community14,148Here are the "Movers & Shakers" in the STEM Community!February--March, 2014!Here's the latest updated edition of people & pages whose posts and comments appeared in the STEM on Google+ Community.  There are both science content creators and science readers here, and they are all active and interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math.  Add this circle to your stream!Click here to enter the community >>https://plus.google.com/b/112166434848553337850/communities/110555615319066448343  Get involved in science discussions in the STEM community and you'll be in the next circle!If you received notification for this post, you are included in the circle!  If you do not wish to be notified, or shared in this (or other) circles, please let me know.~+Malthus John #sciencecircle   #stemcircle   #publicsharedcircles   #scienceeveryday   #sciencessunday   #stem   #gpluscommunities   #science   #technology   #engineering   #mathematics   #engagement  2014-03-24 17:43:08235202360CC G+
Vincent Kuepper418Here is my Education CircleWatch: How to Share a Circle on Google Plus> http://youtu.be/Uhu3W-KtSCUWatch: About circles> http://youtu.be/GUywKEtXX2cRead: How to Find & Add people to circles> http://goo.gl/qSfHLMRead: Shared circles and circle tips on Google+> http://goo.gl/Pw6K0c2014-03-13 15:14:26500024CC G+
zdig one6,467official and verified #Google platform (internet, mobile, business ... ) have fan to share with your geek friendPS: if you know other official page not listed plz write it on comment, so i can add it2014-02-21 08:30:04141000CC G+
前悟記793test share your circle 大家都来分享自己圈的人~~ ^_^2014-02-21 03:57:5587000CC G+
Artur Mashnich47,822Circle of the Most Active Users of Google+A Very Social CircleКруг наиболее активных пользователей Google+Если вы поделились этим кругом вчера, вы находитесь в нем сегодня. Если вы разделяете его с друзьями сегодня, вы будете в нем и завтра.2014-02-12 15:10:09471573588CC G+
Ravishankar Ramanathan9,848*Are you even a bit interested in Science ?  Add this to your circles then. Simple. *===========================+Peter Edenist  originally shared: TESLA Super Science Circle 2014!!!! : A quality circle curated carefully and tended over 2 years. If you like science or are interested in science, this circle is a must for you! Add and share for science.+Who is in this circle? NASA, KQED Science, MNN, Bioscienca, Scientists, (Garett Lisi too!).... have rejigged the circle for the nth time and cleaned it to include people who are active on the Science on G+ community. Community link is here http://goo.gl/46uFH and the Page is +Science on G+!Add and Share for Science! Its what makes our cars run, our cities exist, the lights burn and has been instrumental in our progress.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Want to nominate someone? Please do so in comments. If you want to recommend something let us know. People who are notified are part of the circle.#science #tesla #scienceongplus #scienceeveryday  2014-01-25 18:41:543253213CC G+
Peter Edenist29,163TESLA Super Science Circle 2014!!!! : A quality circle curated carefully and tended over 2 years. If you like science or are interested in science, this circle is a must for you! Add and share for science.+Who is in this circle? NASA, KQED Science, MNN, Bioscienca, Scientists, (Garett Lisi too!).... have rejigged the circle for the nth time and cleaned it to include people who are active on the Science on G+ community. Community link is here http://goo.gl/46uFH and the Page is +Science on G+!Add and Share for Science! Its what makes our cars run, our cities exist, the lights burn and has been instrumental in our progress.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Want to nominate someone? Please do so in comments. If you want to recommend something let us know. People who are notified are part of the circle. #science #tesla #scienceongplus #scienceeveryday  2014-01-25 16:26:4132510488119CC G+
Mikhail Petrovsky77,307Good morning / evening to all.This is a Social Circle of interesting people with an active lifestyle in Google+Это социальный круг общения интересных людей с активной жизненной позицией в Google+You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!#EarthMyMother #ForFriends #photo2014-01-23 01:56:19499482777CC G+
Mikhail Petrovsky62,652Good morning / evening to all.You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Это социальный круг / This social circleВам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!#EarthMyMother #ForFriends #photo2014-01-20 02:28:10497482683CC G+
Andrew Wisniewski40,862Good morning/evening to all. #Forfriends  You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!#Forfriends  2014-01-19 04:31:33472512074CC G+
Mikhail Petrovsky75,848This is a Social Circle of interesting people with an active lifestyle in Google+Это социальный круг общения интересных людей с активной жизненной позицией в Google+You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!#EarthMyMother #ForFriends #photo2014-01-12 05:00:21500653595CC G+
John Doe0You have to make gifts but do not know what to give?GIFTS IDEAS helps you with an archive of more than 400 gift ideashttp://goo.gl/2kwVHK#sanvalentino2014   #valentinesday   #valentinesday2014   #valentine   #sharedcircles   #share   #circle  2014-01-10 13:41:3847112420CC G+
Artur Mashnich43,268A Very Social CircleCircle of the Most Active Users of Google+Круг наиболее активных пользователей Google+Если вы поделились этим кругом вчера, вы находитесь в нем сегодня. Если вы разделяете его с друзьями сегодня, вы будете в нем и завтра.If you shared this circle yesterday, you are in it today. If you share today, you'll be in tomorrow. #Forfriends  2014-01-05 03:07:08471452676CC G+
Andrew Wisniewski37,862Good morning/evening to all.You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!Это социальный круг This is a Social Circle  #ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother 2013-12-27 04:12:43473573475CC G+
Artur Mashnich40,303A Very Social CircleКруг людей с активной жизненной позицией в Гугле+circle of people, with active life position in Google+Если вы поделились этим кругом вчера, вы находитесь в нем сегодня. Если вы разделяете его с друзьями сегодня, вы будете в нем и завтра.*If you shared this circle yesterday, you are in it today. If you share today, you'll be in tomorrow.2013-12-15 08:58:11471513983CC G+
Daniel Harrington38,771Quintessential Google Tech Circle Share! #google   #googleplus   #seo   #sem   #sharedcircle   #circleshare   #marketing   #websites   #business   #publiccircles   #circlesharing  2013-10-25 03:12:5226066CC G+
Fabian Weiland433#sharedcircle #sharedcircles #science  2013-10-21 09:58:122936011CC G+
Geeks Who Care411You may be curious as to why Geeks Who Care posts are now numbered such as 201XXXXX_postXX. This is our way of tracking how many posts can be plussed and/or shared by the Geeks Who Care page before Google freezes the page due to automated anti-spam or abuse process being triggered due to what Google has determined as over-sharing and/or over-plussing.Because of this policy the Geeks Who Care page cannot share and plus every post that the Primary Causes it supports post day in and day out, so please consider adding this circle.20130915_post382013-09-16 06:20:54149000CC G+
Geeks Who Care409You may be curious as to why Geeks Who Care posts are now numbered such as 201XXXXX_postXX. This is our way of tracking how many posts can be plussed and/or shared by the Geeks Who Care page before Google freezes the page due to automated anti-spam or abuse process being triggered due to what Google has determined as over-sharing and/or over-plussing.Because of this policy the Geeks Who Care page cannot share and plus every post that the Primary Causes it supports post day in and day out, so please consider adding this circle.20130911_post372013-09-12 05:31:45149300CC G+
Daniel Harrington37,582Google Resources Circle Share! #google   #googleplus   #sharedcircles   #circleshare   #publiccircles   #marketing   #seo   #sem   #circles  2013-08-29 08:11:0526012CC G+
Andrea Orselli2,146SHARE YOUR CIRCLES COMMUNITY CIRCLE 8.26.13Welcome to  this new circle which has members of the Share Your Circle Community.  This is a great place to Find and Add Circles#circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles   #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup   #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou     #ShareYourCircle2013-08-27 21:11:4545714415CC G+
Brian Wolfe22,328I haven't shared a circle in a long time. Maybe too long.Anyways.. Here is the circle that my browser spends the most time on.   Just in case I become a petulant child and walk away (not that I'm planning on doing so , just in case.)2013-08-22 05:36:251941335CC G+
Social Media Revolution637All Science! #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #circleshare #circlesharing #circle 2013-08-20 16:03:51189035CC G+
Social Media Revolution592Science #circleshare   #sharedcircles  2013-08-10 21:42:081890113CC G+
Daniel Harrington36,214Essential Google Circle Share! #google   #googleplus   #sharedcircles   #circleshare   #circles  2013-07-25 05:37:3526002CC G+
Science é Ciencia0We've been shared by +Science on Google+: A Public Database among other 246 interesting pages related to Science that you can follow here on Google+ adding this circle.Thank you! :D #science   #circles   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles  2013-07-24 10:00:53247001CC G+
Google+ Highlights9,958Tech and Google Circle Share! #tech   #google   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #publiccircles  2013-07-24 06:50:2035022CC G+
Jack C Crawford67,462My collection of Google centered pages (includes a few that are not official)2013-07-13 06:15:4175015CC G+
Bobo Fett4Those of you flocking here from the horror that is Facebook, or any that have been here for a while, or maybe even never a part of FB, some pointers to get you started.First thing to know if you type a question mark pretty much anywhere (as long as you don't have a text field in focus, in other words a blinking cursor where you would type text) in G+ you get a little pop up that gives you some handy basic keyboard shortcuts.If you are new here and and you are looking to make your feed more active, click the two little circles labeled Find people in the icons down the left side of the G+ page.  There you can search for people you know and add them to your circles.  Circles are what G+ uses to allow you to organize your friends list.  G+ starts you off with a few default Circles to use, you just need to add people and/or pages to things you enjoy to one of those circles.  Once you have you will see grey buttons at the top of your main feed (The page you get to if you click the big Google+ icon in the top left hand corner).  The first button is the default All circles button, here you will see all of the posts of every person/page you have added to any of your circles.  Next to the All button you will see buttons with the names of your circles.  If you click one of them you will of course see just posts from people/pages in that circle, but also on the rightish side, not quite at the top of the page, you will find a button that says Settings.  That is a drop down that gives you two check boxes.  One is "Show posts in home stream" the other is "Get Notified of new posts".  They pretty much do what they say, and "get notified" means any posts from this circle will make the number between your name and the + Share button in the top right hand corner increment and go red.  You can click that number at any time (even if it's red and 0) to get a drop down window which will show a condensed version of all posts from circles you get notified about. It will also notify you any time someone circles you back, and any +1s you have received in posts or comments you have made. As well as, comments in posts you have also commented on. On this Settings button you will also see a grey area that says Amount.  If you hover over that you get to choose More, Standard, or Fewer.  Which controls how frequently the posts from that circle appear in your feed.If you combine the above tools with the fact that you can change the name of any circle, add as many as you like, and also have people in more than one circle, you have very granular control over what posts you see and when, and exactly who can see your posts.  You can also share your circles with other people, as I have done below.  If you click the View shared circle button below, you will be able to see all the pages in a circle I call, go figure, Pages.  You can look through it and if you like everything you can just add the whole circle as a new circle.  Or, you can pick and choose which things you find interesting and add just them to your own circle that you already have or create a new circle.  Moving stuff from circle to circle is as easy and dragging the rectangle for that particular page/person and dropping onto the circle you want it to be in.  You could also just add this circle in full and then just delete the stuff you don't want (little x in top right hand corner of each rectangle when you hover over it).  Or just view this circle to get ideas for what sort of stuff can be searched for, and use the search box at the top of the Find people/Circle page to find stuff you like.Now once you have some friends added to circles, and pages/people you would like to follow added as well, your feed will get much more interesting. Now on to posting your own stuff.  In the Share what's new... field at the top of pages, you can of course type anything you like2013-05-03 19:55:12143001CC G+
Daniel Harrington32,334Top-Notch Google and Google+ Resources Circle! #google   #googleplus   #googleplustips   #marketing   #circleshare   #circles   #socialmedia   #business   #brands   #apps   #developers   #sharedcircles   #seo  2013-05-01 05:19:2426002CC G+
YouTube Videos and Tips!4,644Quintessential YouTube / Google Circle Share #google   #youtube   #googleplus   #sharedcircles   #publiccircle   #circleshare   #youtubetips   #googleplustips   #tech   #circles   #circleoftheday   #circle  2013-03-28 02:26:0876011CC G+
Science on Google+60,330Science Pages- All DisciplinesView pages categorized by discipline: http://goo.gl/WCohTLinks to shared science circles: http://goo.gl/nO7rBIf you have a science related degree, you are a science journalist, you are a K-12 science teacher, or you curate a science page, then add your profile/page to the database by filling out this form (http://goo.gl/yEg7M). Active profiles and pages will be included in the next shared circle.Science on Google+ community: http://goo.gl/mTTxX#sciencesunday #science #publiccircles #sharedcircles 2013-03-17 13:29:4424071916CC G+
Jason Mayes17,602SO I have been carefully creating this circle over the past 2 years. My best tech / creative pages on Google+ not from any generic SUL - hand picked by yours truly. Enjoy!2013-03-14 09:57:01290104CC G+
Daniel Harrington30,333Google Tips and Resources Circle Share! #google   #googleplus   #googleplustips   #sharedcircles   #circleshare   #circle   #youtube   #seo   #marketing   #tech   #publiccircles  2013-02-23 21:04:5526013CC G+
Science on Google+32,183Science Pages- All DisciplinesView pages categorized by discipline: http://goo.gl/WCohTLinks to shared circles: http://goo.gl/nO7rBAdd your science page to next circle: http://goo.gl/yEg7MScience on Google+ community: http://goo.gl/mTTxX #scienceeveryday  #science #publiccircles #sharedcircles 2013-02-08 02:05:592341310CC G+
Daniel Harrington29,231The Pulse of Google Circle! #google   #googleplus   #googleplustips   #googleplusresources   #education   #science   #tech   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #circle   #publiccircles   #circulo  2013-01-26 16:55:3425051CC G+
Daniel Harrington27,588Compact Quality Google/Google+ Resource Circle! #googleplustips   #googleplus   #socialmedia   #tech   #google   #sharedcircle   #publiccircles   #sharingcircles   #circleoftheday   #googlecircle   #social  2013-01-01 16:43:0526014CC G+
Daniel Harrington27,026Essential Google Circle! #circlesunday   #sharedcircles   #googleplus   #google   #social  2012-12-23 09:04:4426010CC G+
Daniel Harrington26,607Essential Google+ Resource Circle - Enjoy! #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #publiccircles   #googleplus   #circles  2012-12-16 23:14:3725111CC G+
Science on Google+13,921Ultimate Science Page CircleSpice up your stream with this nice set of Science Pages!Join the Science on Google+ Community: http://goo.gl/uhJCNApplied and Mathematical Sciences: http://goo.gl/l0prdNatural Sciences: http://goo.gl/t8ljmSocial Sciences and Communication: http://goo.gl/vqyNSAdd your Profile/Page to Science on Google+: A Public Database If you have a science related degree, you are a science journalist, you are a K-12 science teacher, or you curate a science page, then add your profile/page to the database by filling out this form (http://goo.gl/yEg7M). Please note that Profiles also have to circle +Science on Google+: A Public Database if you would like to be considered for shared circles .#scienceeveryday   #science   #publiccircles   #sharedcircles2012-12-16 17:10:4039321917CC G+

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Rainbow grapes can occur as grapes ripen and turn from green to purple.

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Rainbow grapes can occur as grapes ripen and turn from green to purple.

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2014-07-19 06:25:11 (79 comments, 449 reshares, 1942 +1s)

Rainbow grapes can occur as grapes ripen and turn from green to purple.

Image: BizarBin/Worth1000/Sesan Olasupo/Laritech Garden Seeds Branch Company

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2014-07-26 05:05:12 (46 comments, 157 reshares, 733 +1s)

Gallium melts at 29°C. What are some good uses for metal that melts at a low temperature?

Image: Gajitz | goo.gl/X35Ua2

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2014-07-25 22:50:35 (18 comments, 44 reshares, 370 +1s)

Artist Makoto Azuma sent a flower arrangement into space which is a great blending of science and art.

Image: Makoto Azuma

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2014-07-25 19:00:53 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 57 +1s)

In case you missed it... See 3D models of buildings & amazing historical sites from around the world! #GSF2014 Using Technology to Record Ancient Wonders: A Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air

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2014-07-25 15:03:21 (0 comments, 5 reshares, 33 +1s)

*Maker Camp, Field Trip Friday, July 25

Trip #1: LEGO! at 9AM PT
We fly over to Europe to visit the beautiful village of Billund, Denmark, the birthplace of the beloved brick made by LEGO for 65 years. We catch up with Lee Magpili of LEGO Education, who will give us a behind-the-scenes tour at the LEGO Idea House at 9am Pacific Time.

Watch the Field Trip: http://goo.gl/tES3al

Trip #2: Disneyland's Fantasmic! at 11am PT
The forces of good and evil battle in Mickey’s dream during this extravagant musical, pyrotechnic spectacular! Go behind the scenes with Disney at 11am Pacific Time.

Watch the Field Trip: http://goo.gl/tRgZCf

Weekend project: Toothy the Toothbrush Timer http://goo.gl/R4m7L6

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2014-07-25 12:50:28 (30 comments, 182 reshares, 823 +1s)

Image: IFLS

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2014-07-25 03:45:16 (31 comments, 155 reshares, 863 +1s)

Image: memolition.com

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2014-07-24 17:30:15 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 55 +1s)

In 1 hour... Hangout with inventor Ben Kacyra, see 3D models of ancient wonders! http://goo.gl/zDNnpE #GSF2014

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2014-07-24 17:02:12 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 36 +1s)

Maker Camp, Thursday, July 24: Party in the Park!

From zippy little toy cars to sound-enhanced skate ramps, today is our day to party in the park. We'll head over to the Hudson River Park to visit a pop-up makerspace surrounded by sunbathers and frisbee throwers. It's really summer!

Watch the Hangout at 11am PT: http://goo.gl/9aCi5n
Daily project: Nerdy Derby http://goo.gl/ztdhwi

2014-07-24 15:10:49 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 37 +1s)

How can we save ancient wonders around the globe? Ben Kacyra invented a 3D laser scanner that can produce amazingly detailed models to “digitally preserve” world heritage sites. If you’re interested in technology, archaeology, or architecture, come hear about Ben’s trips around the world to help save ancient heritage sites - and see some of the incredible images he’s been able to create.

Thursday, July 24 11:30AM PT / 2:30PM ET / 1830 GMT

(Image courtesy of Cyark)

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2014-07-24 11:25:11 (74 comments, 208 reshares, 956 +1s)

Carrot rainbow. What's your favorite color?

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2014-07-24 03:20:08 (60 comments, 271 reshares, 1090 +1s)

This picture has been circling the web for the last few days because of the tree's remarkable beauty, but also the fact that it grows 40 types of fruit.

Image: Sam Van Aken
Learn more: goo.gl/WuCWE9

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2014-07-23 18:40:08 (32 comments, 77 reshares, 479 +1s)

The Catacanthus incarnatus stink bug's pattern warns away predators and distracts its attackers from its vulnerable head.

Learn more: goo.gl/AsjYU9
Image: Shutterstock

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2014-07-23 17:02:07 (4 comments, 5 reshares, 63 +1s)

Maker Camp, Wednesday, July 23: Minecraft Day!

Minecraft, where you can build a world from your imagination! But who are the makers behind this makers' utopia? Today we meet with Jens Bergensten LIVE from the global capital of Minecraft, Mojang, where the game is continually built and refined. We'll get a behind-the-scenes peek at what it takes to develop this uniquely creative game.

Watch Our Hangout: http://goo.gl/Hb2GKP
Daily project: Blocky Labyrinth http://goo.gl/UZJNxc
Advanced project: Lego Ball Maze http://goo.gl/YA7dF6

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2014-07-23 17:01:35 (20 comments, 131 reshares, 698 +1s)

Coral branches retracting to protect themselves. #satisfying  

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2014-07-23 02:56:34 (47 comments, 65 reshares, 225 +1s)

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2014-07-22 17:04:52 (59 comments, 46 reshares, 184 +1s)

Less than 1% of high school girls plan to major in computer science. What can we do to fix this problem?

Image: Made with Code

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2014-07-22 17:01:30 (0 comments, 10 reshares, 37 +1s)

Maker Camp, Tuesday, July 22: Mini Golf, Mini Dolls, Mega Fun!

Get a hole-in-one! A dream team of industrial designers, robotics engineers, welders and artists — including today's guests Anne Mayoral and Chris Myers — created Urban Putt, a fantastical, high-tech 14-hole mini-golf course. Imagination has free reign, and all of the senses are engaged in this technically sophisticated playground for people of all ages. Then youll meet Alice Taylor of MakieLabs, who shows us how to make another kind of toy: custom dolls.

Watch the Hangout at 11am PT: http://goo.gl/fy2kb0
Daily project: Mini Foosball Game http://goo.gl/5Rxe3k
Advanced project: MakieLab http://goo.gl/J7auP6
Skill builder project: Mini Golf Mechanisms http://goo.gl/PfbruL

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2014-07-21 17:01:25 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 56 +1s)

It's Fun & Games Week at Maker Camp!

Monday, July 21: Circus Carnival

Two Bit Circus productions break down barriers and get people playing together in interactive and meaningful ways. They've developed multiple platforms, both permanent and traveling, that keep people engaged, enriched, and entertained. Learn how they make fun more fun! Then, take out your tweezers and dig into your own custom Operation game.

Watch the Hangout at 11am Pacific Time: http://goo.gl/bgMkrd
Daily project: Custom Operation Game http://goo.gl/Yju8i3
Advanced project:: Custom MaKey MaKey Operation Game http://goo.gl/iRJOC9

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2014-07-20 02:25:11 (21 comments, 74 reshares, 693 +1s)

Jellyfish Lake in Palau

Image: Ethan Daniels

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2014-07-19 16:25:21 (18 comments, 87 reshares, 595 +1s)

Hot springs in New Zealand are stunning, but very dangerous. The water can have a pH of more than 10 and reach 90 degrees Celsius.

Image: Filip Fuxa

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2014-07-19 06:25:11 (79 comments, 449 reshares, 1942 +1s)

Rainbow grapes can occur as grapes ripen and turn from green to purple.

Image: BizarBin/Worth1000/Sesan Olasupo/Laritech Garden Seeds Branch Company

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2014-07-19 02:34:36 (2 comments, 7 reshares, 78 +1s)

In case you missed it... watch this Hangout to hear world-changing entrepreneur +Peter Diamandis of +Singularity University and +XPRIZE Foundation talks about mining asteroids, starting more than a dozen companies, and using prizes to help others! http://goo.gl/rx5N6H 

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2014-07-18 17:01:32 (3 comments, 8 reshares, 145 +1s)

Maker Camp, Field Trip Friday, July 18: Cartoon Network Studios! http://goo.gl/roKxic

Adventures in animation! This Friday we’ll explore the fantastical animation creation that is Cartoon Network. From the Land of Ooo to Beach City... from characters like Mordecai and Rigby to Uncle Grandpa... Cartoon Network Studios will show us the weird and wonderful world behind our favorite shows!

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2014-07-18 16:13:04 (65 comments, 18 reshares, 160 +1s)

Guess what this is?

Image credit: Henry Barnard

Image © CERN - for terms of use see http://cern.ch/copyright

(Answer will be posted on Monday...)

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2014-07-18 11:20:23 (38 comments, 60 reshares, 433 +1s)

Do you agree? What's your favorite kind of music.

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2014-07-18 02:20:20 (63 comments, 357 reshares, 1305 +1s)

A beautiful mapping of the first thousand digits of Pi.

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2014-07-17 21:27:07 (9 comments, 50 reshares, 393 +1s)

Water crystallization in action, you know, just to remind you that winter's coming... in 6 months (at least here in Canada). 

via: http://viralnight.com/25-science-gifs-that-will-blow-your-mind/

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2014-07-17 17:01:56 (5 comments, 28 reshares, 156 +1s)

Maker Camp, July 17: Crafting with Electricity

MIT researcher Jie Qi is pioneering the use of paper, conductive ink pens, and circuits stickers to electrify your notebooks and letters. Her research investigates new materials and techniques for blending electronics with traditional arts and crafts media to create expressive and personally meaningful technology. Her current project is Circuit Stickers, which turn flexible circuit boards into stickers for making electronics with paper craft.

>Watch the Hangout at 11am PT! https://plus.google.com/+MAKE/posts
> Daily project: Simple Paper Circuit http://goo.gl/MhXoEi

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2014-07-17 11:20:21 (13 comments, 66 reshares, 525 +1s)

Image: The Daily Snooze

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2014-07-17 03:35:09 (14 comments, 33 reshares, 197 +1s)

Fruit has an enzyme, PPO, which oxidizes the apple's phenol's and turns it into melanin.

Why Do Apples Turn Brown?

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2014-07-16 21:58:10 (8 comments, 50 reshares, 421 +1s)

45 years ago now: #Apollo11 launches to the moon with Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin & Michael Collins onboard.

This coming weekend marks 45 years ago that Neil Armstrong took the small step onto the surface of the moon that changed the course of history. The years that followed saw a Space Age of scientific, technological and human research, on which we have built the modern era. We stand on a new horizon, poised to take the next giant leap—deeper into the solar system. The Apollo missions blazed a path for human exploration to the moon and today we are extending that path to near-Earth asteroids, Mars and beyond.

Learn about our #NextGiantLeap: http://www.nasa.gov/nextgiantleap/


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2014-07-16 17:45:33 (3 comments, 10 reshares, 121 +1s)

Maker Camp, July 16: Beautiful 3D Printing

The first time you see a 3-D printer in action, it's awesome. The possibilities are as endless as your spool of filament! Carla Diana has channeled her love of technology and design into the picture book, LEO, the Maker Prince — where every character in the book can be printed. The founders of Nervous System also stop by to show how they're taking the patterns found in nature and feeding them into digital printers to make some of the most mind-blowing objects you've ever seen.

>Watch the Hangout at 11am PT! https://plus.google.com/+MAKE/posts
>Daily project: Yarn Bowl http://makezine.com/projects/yarn-bowl/

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2014-07-16 16:00:57 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 24 +1s)

In 1 hour... Join an Exponential Hangout with space entrepreneur Peter Diamandis! http://goo.gl/rZDEcN

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2014-07-16 13:20:32 (32 comments, 184 reshares, 758 +1s)

Because egg shells are porous, they absorb air overtime which causes them to float.

Image: ASAP Science

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2014-07-16 06:20:19 (12 comments, 150 reshares, 659 +1s)

Image: Beatrice the Biologist

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2014-07-16 03:15:15 (59 comments, 201 reshares, 983 +1s)

The human eye close up.

Image: Suren Manvelyan

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2014-07-15 17:23:14 (29 comments, 275 reshares, 1055 +1s)

Math fun. (all you need are two push pins and a loop of string, as illustrated below. The string ensures that the sum XF1+XF2 stays fixed while you trace the pen around, as long as you’re careful to keep the string taut throughout.)  http://blog.zacharyabel.com/ #ellipses #everydaymath #zacharyabel  

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2014-07-15 17:01:10 (2 comments, 18 reshares, 135 +1s)

Maker Camp, Tuesday, July 15: Burns & Birds

Every year, artist, designers and hackers converge in the Black Rock Desert for Burning Man. Makers from around the world use the event to showcase their work in a spirit of self-expression. Maker Camp's guest today, Jessica Hobbs, is one of the designers behind one of Burning Man's major, commissioned structures: the Temple of Flux. She and two Flux Foundation collaborators will share some secrets about making huge art installations to share with 60,000 of your best friends. Today's Flux guests will also lead in the community education project TweetHaus.

In one hour, check out the Hangout at 11am PT! http://goo.gl/FAAw5W

>Daily project: Solitary Bee Condos http://goo.gl/QtiQbK

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2014-07-15 11:15:45 (28 comments, 270 reshares, 991 +1s)

Carefully apply sunscreen to prevent tech tanlines.

Image: ritsch-renn.com

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2014-07-15 03:10:19 (20 comments, 122 reshares, 713 +1s)

This lighting effect is caused by antisolar rays which converage in the sky exactly 180 degrees from where the sun is.

Learn more: goo.gl/gE0za0

Image: Jabuuty67 http://ow.ly/i/6e9WX

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2014-07-14 23:00:11 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 56 +1s)

Come join an Exponential Hangout! http://goo.gl/FpvH8j
Wed, Jul 16, 10:00 AM PT

Dr. Peter Diamandis hasn't just seen the future: He's helping to create it, through organizations he's started, such as XPRIZE Foundation (funding projects to change the world), Singularity University (teaching classes right out of science fiction), and Planetary Resources (figuring out how to mine asteroids). Come learn why he thinks our world is changing exponentially.

http://goo.gl/FpvH8j

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2014-07-14 19:00:41 (28 comments, 93 reshares, 534 +1s)

Some fun facts about Nikola Tesla:

1. He was born during a lightning storm.
2. He developed the idea for smartphone technology in 1901.
3. He had a photographic memory

Learn more: goo.gl/xaMBuW

Image: Dickenson V. Alley

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2014-07-14 17:00:54 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 36 +1s)

Maker Camp, Monday, July 14: Wearable Tech, Shiny Shoes!

Breathe some life into your closet with some high-tech hacking and haute couture imagination. Becky Stern has been adding electronics to craft and design projects since she was a kid, and she's here to help you make wearables that don't just look smart--they are smart, with chips and circuits stitched right in. Plus, "Fashion's Queen of DIY" Erica Domesek will give some tips for customizing and personalizing your crafty fashion style.

>Watch the Hangout at 11am PT: http://goo.gl/DkeMXt
>Daily Project: LED Shoe Clips http://goo.gl/I9ZrAd

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2014-07-14 16:41:21 (5 comments, 4 reshares, 87 +1s)

We can't wait to announce this year's finalists. What kinds of projects do you hope to see?

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2014-07-14 15:36:57 (4 comments, 37 reshares, 363 +1s)

Camera traps record "selfies" of India's wild animals, including leopards, striped hyenas, and green bee-eaters. (Photo by Ullas Karanth/WCS) http://on.natgeo.com/1mO5Lgg

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2014-07-14 04:00:44 (28 comments, 38 reshares, 277 +1s)

These skin color swatches are a new diagnostic tool for doctors to tell if your skin is responding correctly to various wavelengths of light.

Learn more: goo.gl/4WJ6i1

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2014-07-13 21:01:14 (25 comments, 130 reshares, 986 +1s)

Lenticular clouds form moist air is forced upwards as it travels over mountains and hills.

Image: Brian Middelton

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2014-07-13 19:01:00 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 40 +1s)

It's Maker Camp Week 2! http://goo.gl/xS0sb3

When we make something, we infuse it with a little bit of ourselves, whether it’s a robot or a painting. This week, campers merge form and function to create things that are beautiful as well as useful. People say it’s important to create art for art’s sake; but Maker Camp says "we make for making’s sake."

Participate in every day's activity LIVE at the Maker Camp Google Community at 11am Pacific time. Talk to the world's best Makers, go on awesome field trips, and learn how to make each day's projects. If you miss a day at Maker Camp, come back to the +Maker Camp Google+ page and experience it at any time.

Supercampers: To make every single Daily Project this week, some things you may need to buy are conductive thread (optional), some LEDs, and conductive metal tape. The rest youprobabl... more »

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2014-07-13 09:55:07 (2 comments, 44 reshares, 166 +1s)

The science behind cheese, including the chemicals needed to turn milk to cheese.

Cheesy Science http://ow.ly/i/69tEq

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2014-07-13 06:55:11 (21 comments, 105 reshares, 691 +1s)

Chemistry humor.

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