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students_drawing_on_boardHoneywell announces the annual UniSim

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Applications are being accepted for NASA’s Interdisciplinary National Science Program Incorporating Research Experience (INSPIRE) designed to encourage†9th – 12th graders†to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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The EcoCAR 2 competition sponsored by the Department of Education and General Motors challenges 16 North American universities to optimize the environmental-friendliness of a Chevrolet Malibu without compromising safety, performance, and acceptance by consumers.

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This fall, teams of computer programming students around the world compete for a spot in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) World Finals, which will take place in March 2011.

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mooonHigh school and university student teams may now†register†for the annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race.† In this competition, students must design a two-person†vehicle that can traverse a course of over a half-mile of simulated lunar terrain.

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The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM)†hosted by MIT, is†an undergraduate Synthetic Biology competition where engineering and biology students work together to†use engineering principles to†design biological systems and apply them in living cells.

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The DuPont Challenge is†now accepting entries for its annual†essay competition.† Students in grades 7-12†in the U.S. and Canada can submit essays of between 700 – 1000 words discussing some element of science, technology, engineering or math that has captured their interest.† Prizes include U.S.

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There’s still time to register for the 2011 JETS TEAMS Competition!

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The IEEE Educational Activities Board and IEEE Computer Society will launch a new†online resource in 2012 called TryComputing.org to offer global computing education resources for the pre-university audience.††Entries are currently being accepted for t
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Entries are now being accepted for the†Microsoft Kodu Cup Contest.† US students ages nine to seventeen†can enter the contest by†developing a video game using Microsoft’s free Kodu†Game Lab.†Prizes include $5,000 US, a trip to NYC, laptops, game consoles and more.† Entries mu

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