You can find information on our programs for students on the Student Page of Google’s job site.
You can visit our student site at google.com/students.
The available datasets can be found on our Research Datasets webpage. If additional data is made available for research purposes in the future, it will also be on that site. For additional updates, please see the Google Research Blog at googleresearch.blogspot.com.
For information on philanthropic initiatives at Google, visit the Google.org site.
If a professor needs phones, tablets, or Chromebooks for research purposes, he or she can submit an application to our Faculty Research Awards program requesting the budget needed to purchase the devices. Google does not currently have a program to provide Android phones or other hardware to be used for teaching or classroom purposes.
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