There are many steps in the process of transforming things from raw materials into consumer products. Many of the processes are represented by whole industries, and that means lots of people are involved every step of the way. Your submission will focus on the engineers present in this lifecycle.
In thinking about your submission, consider made objects that you’ve used before or that you use every day, but don’t choose foods or plants.
Open to students in Grades 3-12
Topic: Lifecycle of an object used in daily life
Different requirements for Grades 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12
It is a contest open to high school students around the world. Each year, students are asked to examine, question, and reflect on an important topic in genetics by writing a 750-word essay. Human genetics experts evaluate each submission and may even provide feedback to help you improve. Submission is free, and there is a chance to win up to $1,000!
ASHG DNA Day Essay Contest Information:
• Prizes: Three winners will receive up to $1,000 and a matching lab equipment grant; 10 honorable mentions will win $100 each. All winners and honorable mentions are announced on the Essay Contest website, ASHG’s social media platforms, and in their local media outlets.
Join us in celebrating a decade of young artists and conservation by entering the Take Care of Texas Kids Art Contest. The contest is open to all Texas students in K-5th grade.
The 2024 contest has a recycling theme. All artwork must depict positive ways to take care of the environment by recycling, in addition to containing the phrase “Take Care of Texas” See the complete rules.
Contest sponsor Texas Chemical Council will award prizes to the creators of the best artwork and to the teacher with the most entries.
Entries are accepted from January 3, 2024 to March 1, 2024.
The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival is an annual video contest in which young filmmakers create movies that tell the entire stories of Newbery-winning books in about 90 seconds. We are now in our thirteenth year!
Wondering what it’s all about? Check out the video, a 90-second version of Madeleine L’Engle’s 1963 Newbery Medal winner, A Wrinkle in Time. You can watch this and many more of the most popular 90-Second Newbery videos here.