Category Archives: opportunity

Calling teachers and students innovators: register for 2018-2019 conrad challenges

Audience: Students Ages 13-18 and Educators of Grades 9-12 Registration Deadline: Nov. 2 Category: Student Competitions The Conrad Challenge is an annual, virtual competition that invites students worldwide to become entrepreneurs and apply innovation, science, technology, creativity and critical thinking to solve challenges having global impact in six categories. Teams of two-five students, ages 13-18, create products and/or services that address some of the

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Audience: All Interested U.S. Citizens, Including Higher Education Educators and Students Deadline: No Later Than Sept. 30, 2019 Category: Competitions NASA, in partnership with the nonprofit Methuselah Foundation’s New Organ Alliance, is seeking ways to advance the field of bioengineering through a new prize competition. The Vascular Tissue Challenge offers a $500,000 prize to be divided among the first three teams that successfully

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The following is the list of shortlisted applicants for the internship interview scheduled at CIVE-UDOM on 15th -16th October 2018 starting from 8.00 a.m. each day. The process shall comprise the following two parts: (1) Laboratory demonstrations of the relevant skills, and (2) Oral presentations. Interviewees are free to bring any of the tools that can help them to demonstrate

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Tire Health Check Challenge

Deadline: 2018-10-17 Award: $40,000 Open to: Everyone (except employees and UBC students)* Kal Tire is seeking a new technology or methodology to deploy in their 260 stores that will help inform customers about the health and condition of their tires. Submit your idea for how we can measure tire tread depth in a way that is faster, more accurate and

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Open Data Challenge for Public Transportation in Tokyo

Deadline: 2019-01-15 Award: ¥1,000,000 Open to: Everyone* The Association for Open Data of Public Transportation has promoted the openness of public transportation data with an aim to make public transportation in “Tokyo,” which is said to be the world’s most complicated, easier for all people, including foreign visitors, people with disabilities, and elderly to navigate. In addition to various data

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