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Before there was an airplane, there were doodles of cool flying machines. And before there was a submarine, there were doodles of magical underwater sea explorers. Since the beginning of time, ideas big and small, practical and playful, have started out as doodles. One talented young artist (grades K-12) will see his or her artwork on the Google homepage and receive a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 Google for Education technology grant for his or her school. The 2014 theme of the Google 4 Doodle competition is "If I Could Invent One Thing To Make the World a Better Place..."

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The Science Play and Research Kit (SPARK) competition challenges participants to reimagine the chemistry set for the 21st century and generate a new set of experiences and activities that e

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To coincide with the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Valeo is inviting students from engineering, technical and science schools and universities from around the world to take an active role in automotive innovation by designing equipment that will help build smarter and more intuitive cars by 2030. Students from engineering, technical and science schools and universities will have the opportunity to develop daring and revolutionary solutions for the future.

Up for grabs: €100,000 for the winning team. And 2nd and 3rd place teams will also get €10,000 each!

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Rockwell Automation invites FIRST teams participating in FIRST LEGO League (FLL), FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), and FIRSTRobotics Competition (FRC) to create and submit a short video (1 minute or less) that answers the question: What could your team engineer that would have a positive impact on your community and our world?

Teams have the chance to win team grants totaling up to $10,000 to be split among the winning teams.

Entries must be received by 31 October 2013.

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3/4 moonRegistration is open for the 20th Annual NASA Great Moonbuggy Race. High school and college students are challenged to design and build a vehicle that addresses a series of engineering problems similar to those faced by the original lunar-roving vehicle team.

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Entries are now being accepted for the Imagine Mobile Concept Video Competition. Teams of girl_with_video_cameramiddle and high school students are invited to submit a short video describing their vision of the future of mobile apps and devices.

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Fighter jetStudents in grades 9-12, enrolled in the U.S. school system, are invited to participate in this exciting student competition, to be held at the 32nd DASC.

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IEEE-USA is launching the organization’s fifth online engineering video competition for U.S. college students on “How Engineers Make a World of Difference.” IEEE-USA will present awards, in four categories totaling $5,000, to U.S. undergraduate and graduate students. Students are challenged to create the most effective two-minute video clips reinforcing in a personal profile — for an 11-to-13-year-old “tweener” audience — how engineers improve the world. Entries must be submitted through YouTube by midnight Eastern Time on Friday, 27 January 2012.

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students_drawing_on_boardHoneywell announces the annual UniSim

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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 must be submitted by 10 May, 2011.† Learn more…

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