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Information about the Science Showcase video contest

Are you involved in research? Are you passionate about science and engineering? Get others excited about your great research with a YouTube video.

The ASU Risk Innovation Lab and YouTube channel Science Showcase are celebrating the best in researcher-created videos this summer with the 2017 Science Showcase video contest.

Submit your video by Thursday, August 31, 2017.

Contest winners will be become the proud owners of a highly enviable, one-of-a kind Science Showcase clapperboard, unlimited bragging rights and a check for up to $2,000, sponsored in part by the Fulton Schools!

Qualifying videos will be showcased on the Science Showcase YouTube channel, and the best reviewed by our panel of distinguished guest judges, including BrainCraft’s Vanessa Hill, NPR’s Richard Harris, ACS Reaction’s Adam Dylewski and Google’s Cat Allman.

Questions about how to submit, the selection criteria or other information? Check out the 2017 Science Showcase contest page