Hanwha Science Challenge is a science fair competition hosted by Hanwha organization that aims to foster humanity's sustainable development and prosperity through business.
It is a project where students are encouraged to challenge the global problems that threat Earth's environment and devise solutions. The competition is divided into four categories: energy, biology, global warming, water.
624 teams have applied in 2018 but only 104 teams qualified for the first evaluation, and only 20 teams advanced to the finals.
All of the 20 teams are awarded with either grand, gold, silver, bronze medal. Five schools are also separately rewarded. Grand, gold, silver teams are awarded the opportunity to participate in program overseas.
There is no application fee. Each team is given 1,000,000 WON when they advance to the finals.
Under the title of “Saving the Earth,” 20 shortlisted teams present and exhibit their work that they have been conducting studies on for the past six months. This competition encourages students to conduct in-depth research to strengthen their creativity thinking process.
2 day program
Need to work on a detailed science project
May 26, 2018: Interview to select 20 finalists
June 9, 2018: finalists OT
1. forming a team of two high school students and one teacher(as an instructor) forms a team.
2. online registration
3. write a paper about the project idea
4. online submission through website