2014 Young Scientist Challenge …A Wonderful Opportunity for Students

As we aim to Share the Good in Education, the 2014 Young Scientist Challenge is a wonderful opporuntity for students to experience the FUN that the field of science has to offer.

We highly recommend the contest and have shared Discovery Education’s post on the 2014 Young Scientest Challenge below…happy exploring!

May we continue to seek knowledge in all things~

Denise

Posted on December 19, 2013 by Discovery Education      

    THE COMPETITION IS ON 

 “So you think you’re a problem-solver? Great! Then you have what it takes for our 2014 Young Scientist Challenge.

Here are the basics: Everyday life is full of everyday issues, and our science for middle school challenge is looking for innovative solutions from students in grades 5–8. From helmets that detect concussions to using solar energy for water purification, past contenders have dreamed up answers and ideas that change the way we live.

So what sets the Young Scientist Challenge apart from other science for middle school competitions? It has the power to change lives – including your own. Ten national Young Scientist Challenge finalists earn exclusive summer mentorships with a 3M scientist, where they can work together on special assignments and explore a career in science. This also get the chance to turn their ideas into inventions that will help others. HOW? One lucky student will even win $25,000 and a once-in-a-lifetime trip with Discovery Student Adventures.

Ready to enter? Start by checking out the video competition topic for this year’s Young Scientist Challenge.”

Visit the website below for additional information:

http://www.youngscientistchallenge.com/?utm_source=DE1MM&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CallforEntries2014

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