The Think Science Competition is the region’s largest science competition focused on engaging teams of up to three or four talented youth from all across the UAE.
It aims to identify eager and gifted youth with advanced innovative solutions that seek to serve a community benefit and betters the lives of others.
It encourages youth to design, develop and build a working scientific prototype using their scientific knowledge, problem-solving and analytical skills to solve practical problems.
In accordance with guidance issues by the international health organisations and due to the current travel restrictions, we regret to inform you that the Think Science World Fair 2020 has been postponed until further notice.
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Only 100-200 projects will be selected to compete at each of the Emirate’s Level Think Science Fairs.
The total cost will depend on the materials used by the student for their project.
A comprehensive and detailed abstract (only 200 words) with clear objectives and outcomes must be submitted (the number of participating projects is limited).
The submitted projects should be within the scope of one of the following fields:
ROBOTS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
INDUSTRIAL AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
TRANSPORTATION AND ROAD SAFETY SYSTEMS
AVIATION, AERODYNAMICS, AND VEHICLES DESIGNS
SYSTEMS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE DETERMINED ONES
HEALTH AND BIOMEDICAL SYSTEMS
Youth aged 15 to 35 from public/private schools and universities from across the UAE are invited to apply for the competition in teams of up to three (schools) or four (universities).
School Students must register through a science teacher/lab technician. For University students, the team leader initiates the registration. Each team must have Emirati nationals as per the following:
Applicants from Schools and Universities:
- At least three Emirati nationals in a team of four (university team)
- At least two Emirati nationals in a team of three
- At least one Emirati national in a team of two
- In the case of applying as one individual, the participant must be Emirati.
Private schools and universities with no Emirati students may participate with no Emirati nationals subject to the approval of the judging committee.
Successful participants will be given the opportunity to showcase their innovative prototypes at the Emirate’s Level Think Science competitions will be taking place at different Emirates