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Imagine Cup Winners Solve World’s Woes

Searching for the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? Look around your classroom. Or rather, check out Sydney, Australia, where students – many of them computer science and engineering majors – from every continent competed to solve the world’s toughest problems at Microsoft’s 10th annual Imagine Cup.

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Contest: Science Video. July 15, 2010

Kavli Foundation Science Video ContestK-12 students are invited to enter the 2010 USA Science & Engineering Festival Kavli Science Video Contest with videos that are creative, surprising, and “contagious,” spreading science enthusiasm to others. Videos might explore a scientific concept, show the wonders of nature, show what scientific discovery has done for us in the past or will do for us in the future, introduce a great scientist or engineer, or simply show why we should care about science and/or engineering. Prizes include a screening on the National Mall, money, and possibly even a trip to the Science Expo in Washington D.C. Deadline: July 15, 2010.

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Essay Contest: Middle and High School, Richmond, VA

In celebration of National Engineers Week, the Richmond Joint Engineers’ Council (RJEC) is conducting two contests for Middle and High School students in the Richmond/Petersburg area, the annual essay contest and a new technology contest. Submisssion deadline: Jan. 20, 2010.

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