[Coral-List] Ocean 180 Challenge - Submit your video - $13K in cash prizes
Ocean 180 Video Challenge
ocean180video at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 00:41:07 EST 2018
2018 Ocean 180 Video Challenge
Share Your Research With the World
Ocean scientists of all career stages are invited to take the Ocean 180
Challenge and create a 3-minute video abstract that effectively communicates
the findings and significance of a recently published study. Sponsored by
the Florida Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE Florida)
and funded by the National Science Foundation, the Ocean 180 Video Challenge
encourages scientists to share their discoveries and excitement for research
with the public.
$13,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the winning entries
Submissions are due March 31, 2018
Entries are initially screened and evaluated by a team of science and
communication experts to determine the top ten finalists, but the winners
are selected by student judges from 6th-8th grade classrooms around the
world. Over 40,000 students from 24 countries participated as judges in
previous Ocean 180 Challenges.
This is a fantastic opportunity for scientists to broaden the impact and
raise the profile of their research while practicing their communication
Information and full contest guidelines can be found at http://ocean180.org.
All questions may be directed to info at ocean180.org.
Who is eligible to submit an entry?
Ocean scientists of all career stages, including undergraduate and graduate
students, are eligible to participate. Entries can be submitted by
individuals or teams. Individual entrants or team leaders must be (1) a
coauthor of the original published paper and (2) affiliated with a
U.S.-based institution at the time of submission and/or a U.S. citizen.
There are no restrictions on the affiliations and nationalities of the
remaining team members. There is no limit to the number of entries that may
be submitted by a single scientist, but an individual entrant cannot submit
more than one video entry per publication.
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