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90 Seconds to Save the World

March 20, 2012

Do you think you know how to save the world by using science and engineering? The Kavli Foundation is challenging students in grades 6-12 to create video clips answering that question. Students can focus either on how science and engineering have already impacted the world, or the impact it could have in the future. The first place entry will win $2000 as well as a stipend to travel to the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC the weekend of April 28th-29th where a selection of the best videos will be shown. Runners up can receive prizes of up to $750 as well as software titles. Videos should be between 60 and 90 seconds long, and can be uploaded to SchoolTube, YouTube or Vimeo. Submissions are still being accepted until midnight tomorrow, March 20th! For more information you can check out the STEMconnector profile for the contest, or head to the USA Science and Engineering Festival website!

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