MIT TechFair THINK Competition by Ben Jones
A national science competition "intended to motivate high school students to think about problems related to human lives."
Catherine Huang ’10 just sent me this announcement and asked me to let you guys know about a competition that she and fellow MIT undergrads Jennifer Sim and Di Ye have organized:
Introducing a great opportunity for high school students who are interested in MIT: The MIT TechFair THINK Competition!
MIT Technology Fair – a group of undergraduates dedicated to celebrating innovative technology by bringing in companies to showcase their cutting-edge research – has put together a high school outreach program, and we are inviting YOU to be a part of it!
THINK (Technology for Humanity guided by Innovation, Networking, and Knowledge), is a national science competition intended to motivate high school students to think about problems related to human lives and how we might mitigate or combat them with science and technology.
We’re offering amazing prizes – including a scholarship and an all-expenses-paid trip to MIT – to the top three winners.
To learn more about the competition, please visit http://mittechfair.org/think/.
We strongly encourage you to submit any past projects that you have worked on, and any ideas, through the ideas proposal format. In its first year, THINK is allowing many different formats for submission!
Good luck guys! If you have any questions feel free to email the organizers.
Let the ideas begin flowing… good luck everyone!