The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge™ is the world’s foremost student competition for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, making it one of the most holistic STEM program in the nation. Established in 2003, F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is multi-faceted and multi-disciplined. It is about much more than cars, although the idea of being involved in car design has proved to be a powerful means of attracting even the most uninitiated students to discovering more about STEM. Each year more than 17,000 schools in 44 nations take on the challenge of developing the world’s fastest miniature F1 car. In Australia, approximately 22,000 students are involved each year with over ten times that being exposed to the program and having access to the same classroom technology used by the students to design and build their cars. Mimicking the world of a Formula One team, groups of students have to follow a pathway of engineering and manufacturing disciplines: design, analyse, test, make...
The purpose of this competition is to improve students' ability to write and communicate in Japanese writing and oral communication through the preparation of dramatic lines and experience in practice, while promoting inter-school communication and encouraging excellent Japanese talents.
1. Name of the event: The 10th National Senior High School Vocational Japanese "Looking at Pictures and Telling Stories" (Paper Zhiju) Competition
Second, the purpose of the activity: 1. Encourage students who learn Japanese to participate in competitions to improve their oral expression skills. 2. Through the conception and production experience of writing drama lines, let students give full play to the creativity of Japanese article writing. 3. Through group coordination and role division, learn the ability to communicate and coordinate with peers. 4. Let participating students experience the unique cultural characteristics of Taiwan and Japan, and increase their...
With the evolution of information and communication technology and the development of electronic technology applications, the intelligentization of buildings has gradually solved the limitations of the scale of system integration and the deployment of sensing control networks. By importing Internet of Things equipment, wireless sensing control network deployment, and convenient data transmission and storage methods, the building can collect a large amount of monitoring and operation data. In addition, the high-speed computing power and decentralized computing architecture give the intelligent system the ability to process a large amount of sensing and operational data, realize the purpose of providing high-quality building experience for the intelligent building, optimizing the operation of the system and saving energy. The operation artificial intelligence and expectation of all types of smart buildings of the next generation can derive new application services and lay the...
台灣青年夢想聯盟協會自 2013 年起舉辦「H.O.T.校際原創音樂大賽」至今，以Hybrid為概念，結合指導單位，透過賽事串聯產業，促進原創校園音樂，讓有創作實力的學子在初賽、複賽、決賽的過程中不斷對外展現自己。除了持續透過比賽提供擁有音樂創作力的高中職及大專生一個追求夢想的舞台，呼應指導單位將此比賽定為造星計畫重點活動，同時也讓這些音樂創作者得到來自音樂業界的真實聲音與建議，以期縮小音樂人才的斷層。本屆凡晉級總決賽的參賽者，皆有機會與華研國際音樂簽約。高校組晉級的參賽者，亦有機會優先錄取臺北城市科技大學演藝事業學士學位學程以及流行音樂事業學士學位學程及遠東科技大學流行音樂產業管理系。
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世界青少年發明展臺灣選拔賽係常態性競賽，提供一個舞臺讓臺灣的青少年盡情揮灑他們的科技創意，今年已為第十三屆。 先在國內辦理初審、複審選拔出國家代表隊後，每年再赴各主辦國參加世界青少年發明展。 參加對象為6-19歲之國小、國中、高中職在學學生。 實為我國鼓勵學生從事創意發展及國際創造發明文化交流之重要活動。
此競賽是由日本發明協會(JIII)在2004年發起並籌組International Forum for Invention Promotion (IFIP)，來舉辦世界青少年發明展(International Exhibition for Young Inventor, IEYI)，此後每個會員國輪流舉辦這個鼓勵世界青少年創新發明的活動;2005年由馬來西亞主辦；2006年由印度主辦；2007年由印尼主辦；而我國爭取到2008及2015年世界青少年發明展主辦權。 2008及2015年的世界青少年發明展各有13及11個國家，500多位來自世界各地的青少年與他們的隨行人員參與這項國際性大型活動。 2009年由奈及利亞主辦，2010年由越南主辦，2012年由泰國主辦，2013年由馬來西亞主辦，2014年由印尼主辦，2017年將由日本主辦。
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The International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) is an annual individual and team competition in the Natural Sciences for students who are under sixteen years old on 31st December of the competition year.
IJSO has been established in recognition of the significance of the Natural Sciences in the general education of young people and in all aspects of their lives. It is a purely educational event.
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Taipei City Government organizes the Taipei International Design Award in the ethos of “Design for Adaptive City”, as an on-going gesture to the world, particularly to those with a passion for creativeness and design, a gesture in projecting the urban branding imagery of “Design Taipei; Dream Taipei. Here is an open call for outstanding international designs and an effort to shape Taipei into a convergence platform for creative designs, thereby to discover creative designs with business potential, and further still, to encourage practices of social design in an advocacy that design as a medium can bring humans a better, more pleasant and convenient life.
Taipei City Government has been devoted to shaping Taipei into a city with design visions and has been encouraging designers to contemplate on the meaning of design, to see design as a problem-solving tool, that is, to solve problems inevitably faced by the general public, the society or the city, and to further present Taipei...
This is a worldwide synthetic biology competition that was initially aimed at undergraduate university students, but has since expanded to include divisions for high school students, entrepreneurs, and community laboratories, as well as 'overgraduates'.
The iGEM competition gives students the opportunity to push the boundaries of synthetic biology by tackling everyday issues facing the world. Made up of primarily university students, multidisciplinary teams work together to design, build, test, and measure a system of their own design using interchangeable biological parts and standard molecular biology techniques. Every year nearly 6,000 people dedicate their summer to iGEM and then come together in the fall to present their work and compete at the annual Jamboree.
At the annual ‘iGEM Jamboree’ teams from all continents meet in Boston for a scientific conference where they present their projects to each other and to a scientific jury of ~120 judges.
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The Taiwan International Contemporary Artist Association has organized one of Asia’s top art contests, the International Art Competition (I.A.C.), since 2011. The organizer is now combining I.A.C. together with Art Revolution Taipei (A.R.T.), the most important platform of art exchange in Taiwan, to promote individual artists to the international market.
The combined power of both of these unrivalled art outlets will result in more opportunities of sponsorship, exhibition and sale.
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If you are a K-8 student in the United States, your challenge is to design a weather balloon payload for Future Engineers to launch in Los Angeles, CA. First: Using historical data, create 2-3 data visualizations that explain Los Angeles weather and/or climate, including average annual temperatures in Los Angeles for the past 20 years.
Second: Using recycled materials and our “paper and penny” mockup components, design a payload that can hang from a helium weather balloon and survive an 8 foot drop test. Your entry must include images (up to 6), a title, and a text description. Be sure to review the CONTEST RULES and DESIGN GUIDELINES for all challenge details and specifications. If you win, we will launch your design and you will also get a weather balloon supply kit! Start thinking lofty ... and good luck!
Every year, the EngineerGirl website sponsors a contest dealing with engineering and its impact on our world. The topic and detailed instructions for the contest are posted in the fall with a deadline for submissions early the following year. Winners are announced in the spring.
The 2020 competition involves "telling a story about a person learning to live on a new world while traveling through space."
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JSHS is designed to challenge and engage students (Grades 9-12) in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM). Individual students compete for scholarships and recognition by presenting the results of their original research efforts before a panel of judges and an audience of their peers. Opportunities for hands-on workshops, panel discussions, career exploration, research lab visits and networking are planned.
Participate in a forum honoring individual achievement in STEM;
Qualify for significant scholarships and other recognition;
Network to enrich understanding of STEM pursuits beyond high school;
Advance in statewide, regional, national and international symposia;
Develop skills to help prepare for undergraduate and graduate pursuits -- skills in the application of science content to solve a problem or to gain new knowledge, writing a paper, and communicating results.
The ExploraVision competition for K-12 students engages the next generation in real world problem solving with a strong emphasis on STEM. ExploraVision challenges students envision and communicate new technology 20 years in the future through collaborative brainstorming and research of current science and technology.
ExploraVision is a science competition that goes beyond the typical student science competition and into what it takes to bring ideas to reality. A teacher will sponsor and lead his/her students as they work in groups of 2 – 4 to simulate real research and development. A teacher will guide his or her students as they pick a current technology, research it, envision what it might look like in 20 years, and describe the development steps, pros & cons, and obstacles. Past winners have envisioned technologies ranging from a hand-held food allergen detector to a new device to help people who have lost limbs regain movement in real time. To download an ExploraVision...
The Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS), a program of Society for Science & the Public (the Society) is the nation’s most prestigious science research competition for high school seniors. Since 1942, first in partnership with Westinghouse, then with Intel 1998-2016, and now with Regeneron, the Society has provided a national stage for the country's best and brightest young scientists to present original research to nationally recognized professional scientists.
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The Chain Reaction Contraption Contest (CRCC) is a spirited competition for students in grades 9-12 and is one of the exciting National Engineers Week events. The CRCC fosters an interest in engineering by challenging students to create a machine that will accomplish a specific task using a series of steps. The CRCC is sponsored by Westinghouse Electric Company, and presented in cooperation with the Carnegie Science Center.
The 2018-2019 contest task is to TIE A KNOT! Check out the previous contest page for more information from last year's contest to Weight It!
Under the guidance of an engineer mentor (optional) and a teacher sponsor, teams will:
Submit a preliminary design drawing. Submit a series of progress photos that show the machine's evolution. Build a machine that accomplishes the assigned task. Demonstrate their machine and make a verbal presentation.
The CRCC Official Handbook contains background information on the contest. It also contains information on the...
The international Stockholm Junior Water Prize is a competition that encourages young people's interest in water and environment issues. Beginning in 1997, the award is given annually for an outstanding water project by a young person or a small group of young people at a ceremony held during the World Water Week in Stockholm. The international Stockholm Junior Prize winner receives a USD 15,000 scholarship and a blue crystal sculpture.
The finalists at the international Stockholm Junior Water Prize are the winners of their national contests. The national and international competitions are open to pre-university young people ages 15–20 who have conducted water-related projects on topics on environmental, scientific, social, or technological importance. The national competitions have helped students around the world become active in water issues.
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden is the Patron of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize. Stockholm International...