What instrument is used to measure wind speed?
How many eggs does a queen bee lay per day?
What percentage of the cells in your body are bacteria?
Are you ready to put your STEM knowledge against people from all over the globe to win fabulous prizes and support Project Scientist?
Whether you know the answers or are simply a pretty good guesser, gather up your loved ones and join us every weekday for one of the most invigorating FUNdraiser and virtual STEM trivia competitions, Are You Smarter than Project Scientist?!
Join us and others for this global brain battle!
7:30 p.m. Eastern Time
4:30 p.m. Pacific Time
6:30 p.m. Central Time
Here's how it works:
- Register for a week of play by 11:59 p.m. each Sunday to secure your spot each week! First week of play begins April 20th!
- Provide a minimum suggested donation* of $25 (only if you are able) and you'll be sent a Kahoot™ Trivia Game PIN each weekday during your registered week of play. In order to participate, you will need a laptop, desktop computer, tablet or smartphone connected to the Internet to download the Kahoot™ app or visit the website.
- Once you receive your trivia game PIN each day at game time, you'll have just 30 minutes to compete! The top player will win a cool prize DAILY! (Only scores from the first try will be considered!)
*Every donation given will be matched by the Project Scientist Board of Directors dollar-for-dollar, up to $15,000! Whether you donate, play, or both — we want your involvement! All donations will help support girls in STEM and inspire their confidence in their pursuit of learning.
Project Scientist is a non-profit organization that relies on generous donors like you to offer fair opportunities to high-quality STEM programs to a diverse group of girls, despite socio-economic barriers. A donation to Project Scientist ensures that we can continue to identify and educate the next generation of young scientists. Please donate today. Thank you so much for your consideration.
Don't forget to download the Kahoot™ app on your mobile device or use a laptop / desktop computer to access the event.