60 Second Science Video Contest 2012
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- Closing Date: Wed 1 Aug 2012
The aim of the 60 Second Science video contest it to "celebrate ability to better understand our world around us" and they want you to create a short video that explains an Invention, an Experiment, a Science Concept or an idea. You 60 seconds or less video should be Science based and must explain the science, not just demonstrate a phenomena. Everyone who wants to take part has to register on the 60 Second Science website prior to 1st August 2012 and submit their video by 26th August 2012.Prize:
$10,000 in cash prizes will be distributed between different categories, all of which can be seen on the prizes page. there are special categories for Australian residents.Rules:
A consent form must be submitted for any person who is visually identifiable in the video. The entrant retains copyright over their work. Full rules can be seen on the official rules page.