This group focused on diverse communities, ancient animals, new energy sources, and solutions to help minimize electronic waste. All of our age-group finalists will receive a $5,000 college scholarship to help them continue their education, a trip to the Googleplex in Mountain View to meet a few of our Doodlers, and a Chromebook to help fuel their burgeoning creativity. Students submit entries online between now and December 7. One month and participation from over 50 cities in India, the anticipation has been building around this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition. On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru the Google’s homepage changed to an artwork doodle of a child names P Karthik from Andhra Pradesh.

If I could create anything, it would be the power to stop climate change and prevent endangered species from extinction. I would also create a time traveling portal, medicine to cure Ebola, cancer etc, without going wrong. When I’m older I want to be an author creating stories & books. If I could invent anything, I would invent a machine that would permanently end the destruction that we humans have inflicted upon the Polar icecaps and to Earth. The O’s are to go from a sick earth to a healthy earth. The L is a needle to represent something against every disease and the E crosses out war to represent peace.

That’s the kind of audience you can garner when your work gets recognized by the most popular search engine in the world. The contest was won by Varsha Gupta from Ryan International School, Greater Noida. The theme for 2011 Doodle 4 Google competition is ‘India’s gift to the world’. The Children were requested to imagine their own version of the Google logo based on this theme. Varsha Gupta won this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition. You may improve this article, discuss the issue on the talk page, or create a new article, as appropriate.

Donegal’s Annie Coyle, who designed 2013’s winning Doodle, was inspired by her love of all things aeronautical. With his artwork entitled “Plastic to Earth Machine”. We’re very excited that the annual Doodle 4 Google competition with the theme ‘If I could teach anyone anything, it would be’’ has reached its final stage. She was chosen because Google was “blown away by her big (you might even say ‘dino-sized!’) ambitions for her future, especially at her young age,” the tech company said in a statement.

Today, Googlers are hosting surprise assemblies at schools from Waterville, Maine to Waipahu, Hawaii to celebrate the winners of each state and thank the teachers and parents who have encouraged them along the way. And for the first time ever, we’re announcing winners for Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico. See all 53 State and Territory Winners on our website.

If I could create anything I would make a teddy making machine, a beautiful garden for mice to play in and a rocket for the teddies and animals to play in. Last year, 12-year-old Cork student Mia Buckley from Summercove National School won for a Doodle entitled ‘Ireland is a land so green’, illustrating farm life how to exclude words from google search as well as the flowers, sport and music that encapsulate Irish culture. For breaking news and live news updates, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. We share your personal information only when you give us explicit permission to do so, and confirm we have your permission each time.

You also get a little bottle of liquid that makes you have either their voice, superpower, looks and so on. According to P Karthik frm Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh the Plastic to Earth – mega machine will help to recycle all the waste plastic from our country and make it into a material which helps the growth of mother nature. This machine will turn the most powerful evil plastic into green. This was the idea behind the young child’s artwork.The Google Doodle shows a mega machine being used to recycle the abundant amount of plastic bag, plastic bottles and other waste material strewn around in the surrounding, depicting our ecosystem.

It illustrates his vision for India, where plastic waste is recycled into material that helps mother nature flourish. I have the privilege of being a mother of seven year old twins, and it’s always amazing to see the imaginative things they come up with. Having a little bit of fun with our logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies, but at Google it is a part of our brand. And Doodle for Google is one of our favourite moments, when we have the unique honor of seeing how kids represent our logo in the context of their own hopes and dreams. Grades place students in predefined categories like A, B, C which compel them to run after marks rather than to acquire real knowledge. So when I grow up, I hope there is no fear of exams.

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