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NameDescriptionCostRegistrationRegionalLocationFinalLocationAwards (US EE Saving Bonds)
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Design It DigitalGrades 6-12, Students are presented with three hypothetical scenarios in which a client is asking for a custom piece of furniture. Students can choose their favorite client project and design a solution using any CAD and rendering software.FreeNovemberMay 31online$1,000, $500 and $250
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eCybermissionGrades 6-9, solve a community problem using the scientific method or the engineering design processwebsite and folderDec 7FebAprilonlinestate = $1,000, Regional = $2,000, National = $5,000
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EngineerGirl Contests - Writing Contest2 levels: grades 6-8 and grades 9-12, Write an essay about engineeringfree, onlineFeb 1online$500, $250 and $100 and published on EngineerGirl website
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ExploraVisionGrades 7-12, 2-4 students design a future technology including an abstract, description, bibliography and 5 web pagesFreeFeb 61st= $10,000, 2nd $5,000, Finalist = trip to DC, Regional winners = Toshiba PC
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F1 in SchoolsAges 9-19 teams of 3-6 students use CAD and CAM to design and race a futuristic F1 car, Jaguar, or Land Rover 4x4 contestProfessional - $1,350, STEM - $650, Jaguar - $350, Land Rover 4x4 - $850FebTexasGo to worlds for and additional $30,000
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Future EngineersGrades K-12 in teams of 4 students. They have 6+ different challenges enter with a description and video of your project.Free, onlineJuneup to $500, sign over rights to your design.
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Generation BeyondGrades 6-8, 1-2 minute video of how you would design a habitation module to carry the 1st crew to MarsFreeAugustDec 151st= $10,000 cash, 2nd= $5,000, 3rd= $2,500 cash
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Generation NanoGrades 7-12 create a written entry and either a comic or a 90-second video that illustrates your science-powered superhero in action.FreeSeptJanonlineAprilDCWinners present their displays at the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and cash prizes
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Google Science FairAges 13-18, Create a solution to a problemFreeDec laptop up to $50,000
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Imagine Cup16 years old+, 1-3 students use Azure to create an innovative and original software applicationTravelMay 13$100,000 to develop your idea
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Innovators of Tomorrow STEM ContestStudents to conceptualize and sketch an innovation that can be used to solve a problem.onlineJan. 11Student gets a tablet. Teacher gets $1,000 for classroom use.
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Invent It ChallengeAges 5 - 21 create solution to an environmental problemMarch
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Inventor PortalDesign the world's coolest toy.
If you pass the first round, you get $2,500. If it passes the final round and goes into production, you get and additional $7,500!
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IU13 STEMGrades 7-9 and 10-12, Design a prototype and video about itonlineOct 31Jan 13prizes - $100 and a banquet
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KidWind ChallengeGrades 4-8 and 9-12, wind turbine or solar powerMayChicago, IL
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Lexus Eco ChallengeGrades 6-12 tackle environmental issues in their communities, create and submit their action plans and results, and compete nationally for a total of $500,000 in grants and scholarships.onlineAugustOctober$1,000 to teacher, $7,000 to be divided among the team members, and $2,000 to the school
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PA Media and Design CompetitionGrades 6-12, 3D Design, Animation, Digital Movie, Logo and Graphic Design, Programming, Web Page DesignTBD by IU13MayCarlisle, PA
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Project ParadigmStudents aged 4-18 use kindness, creativity, and collaboration to help solve real-life problems.May 2019-May 2021Grand prize = $100,000 and a trip to LA, 1st = $10,000, 2nd = $2,000, 3rd = $1,000, can enter muliple entries
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REcharge LabsMonthly, form a team, design a wind or solar device and upload your dataonline$50
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Samsung Solve for Tomorrowstudents in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their local community.onlineAug 29 - Oct 23April1st round = Samsung tablet, 2nd round = $15K prize package and video kit, 3rd round = $50K prize package and trip to Pitch Event, 4th round = $100K prize package and a trip Final Event
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Universal Open Rocket League2 people over age 13FreeBeginning of SeptMayAugustRegional winning team gets $1,500, Grand Finals winning team gets $32,500
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Young Scientist CompetitionGrades 5-8, identify a solution to an everyday problem and create a 1-2 minute videofreeOpens Dec 15April 19onlineOctSt. Paul, MnTech pack ($299 value), paid trip to finals, $1,000 cash Also 2nd gets $500, Runner-up attends a taping of a Disney show, Grand prize = $25,000 cash
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First Inspires has all the First Competitions
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First Lego LeagueGrades 4-8, teams up to 10 students research a engineering challenge and compete using Mindstorms on a table-top playing field$900May - OctNovember - MarchAprilHouston, TX and St. Louis, MITrophies
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First Tech ChallengeGrades 7-12, 10+ students build a robot to play a floor game against other teams$2,500May Oct - AprilAprilScholarships
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Nanoline Contest (Phoenix Contact)Under 18 yrs old design and build an automation projectFreeSep 29December 8onlineFebruary 3Harrisburg, PAFree week long trip to Disney/Cape Canaveral in June
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Sea, Air and Land ChallengeHigh school students design unmanned vehicles and intelligence, surveillance adn rconnaissance payloads to compete in predefined sets of challenges.up to $500April 24IU13Winner goes to STEM Awards Banquet
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South Central PA Robotics CompetitionDesign a robot to do 5 different challengesFreeNov 12Penn State Harrisburg
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Vex Robotics CompetitionGrades 7-12, build innovative robots to compete in a variety of matches$2,000-$5,000SeptDec - FebAprilLouisville, KYawards
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Wonder League Robotics CompetitionTeams from ages 9-11 and 12-14 use the Dash and Cue robots to solve real-world problems.Sept$5,000 STEAM grant
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xplore New Automation Award (Phoenix Contact)International competition for an automation project. Held every 3 years - next one in 2021.May38 top teams from around the world get invited and paid trip to Germany to compete.
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Battle of the RocketsGrades 9-12,The Battle of the Rockets Competition consists of three events with a range of complexity to test all skill levels. The Target Altitude Event focuses on the rocket design skills. The Rover Event adds the complexity of designing an autonomous robot that must survive launch, deployment and landing and perform an operation autonomously. The Sounding Rocket event is a medium complexity event.target altitude = $50, Sounding rocket = $75, Rover Event = $75Oct. 30April
Culpeper, VA
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The American Rocketry ChallengeGrades 7-12, 3-10 students design a rocket that carries an egg to an altitude of 800 feet and back within 41-43 seconds$125 registration plus rocket parts ($500 - $1,000)Dec 2April 3onlineMay 12Great Plains, VAPool of $100,000 in scholarships and prizes shared by the top 10 teams. Winning team gets paid trip to Paris or London for the Worlds Finals.
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