Apart from Google's mild Buzz mishap, it never ceases to know exactly how to do everything right. The next thing on its to do list is its series of grants, totaling $12 million, to seven science museums in the United States and Canada. The company announced earlier that it will be writing a $1 million check to Boston's Museum of Science.
The grants represent Google's endeavor to support science education and learning. There are no special restrictions or requests placed on the grants, but rather the museums can use the money as they see fit.
Google hopes that its relationship with the museums in the chosen communities doesn't end once the checks are signed and donated.
I am curious and excited to see how the Museum of Science in Boston chooses to allocate its funds. Personally, even as an adult, I enjoy going to the museum with my friends. It is a huge asset to the Boston area, and I cannot wait to see what new additions it comes up with.