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Design the Cities of the Future

Sep 01, 2016 2016-09-01

Funding & Recognition

Cross-Curricular Engineering Competition

DiscoverE’s Future City Competition is a cross-curricular engineering program that encourages students in grades 6–8 to imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future. Students work in teams to identify problems, brainstorm ideas, develop solutions, and share their results. Competing teams are led by educators or professional engineering and technical mentors. First prize includes a trip to a space camp and $7,500; second prize, $5,000; third prize, $2,000; fourth and fifth prizes, $750.

Deadlines: October 21, 2016, for registration; January 2017 for regional competitions; February 18–21, 2017, for finals

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