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7 competitions to get students fired up about STEM

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3 years 8 months ago #52 by PABlo
  • Computer Science STEM Network competitions
  • eCybermission
  • Google Science Fair
  • Imagine Cup
  • Intel International Science & Engineering Fair
  • Regeneron Science Talent Search
  • Zero Robotics Tournaments

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3 years 8 months ago #53 by PABlo
Computer Science STEM Network competitions.

The Computer Science-STEM Network (CS-STEM Network), a collaborative research project to increase the number of students pursuing advanced STEM degrees, hosts a variety of themed competitions for programming and robotics skills, with prizes!

More Info: https://cs2n.org/competitions

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3 years 8 months ago #54 by PABlo
eCybermission.

This web-based STEM competition for 6-9 grade students invites teams to propose solutions to real problems in their communities for state, regional and national awards.

More Info: http://ecybermission.com/

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3 years 8 months ago #55 by PABlo
Google Science Fair.

This online science competition invites middle and high school students from around the globe to come up with ideas that will change the world.

More Info: https://googlesciencefair.com/

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3 years 8 months ago #56 by PABlo
Imagine Cup.

Students 16 and older are eligible to enter Microsoft’s global competition by creating an original technology project from start to finish in one of three categories: games, innovation and world citizenship. Winning teams in all three categories walk away with $100,000.

More Info: https://imaginecup.microsoft.com/Events

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3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #57 by PABlo
Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.

Dubbed the "world's largest international pre-college science competition," this contest showcases student independent research and offers an average of $4 million in prizes annually.

Get inspired by checking out the database of winning projects here .

More Info: https://student.societyforscience.org/intel-isef
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