Embracing a Healthy Family: Win a Trip to the Innovation Summit at NASA in San Francisco 2/28

Win a Trip to the Innovation Summit at NASA in San Francisco 2/28

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Through the Spirit of Innovation Awards, high school students with a passion for science and bettering the world have a chance to patent their inventions, be interviewed in Popular Science Magazine or BBC World News, or even attend the Annual White House Science Fair and be recognized by President Obama. 

The Conrad Foundation Spirit of Innovation Awards (SoIA) is an international, multi-disciplinary program that combines the Foundation's commitment to five core principles: innovation, education, entrepreneurship, project-based learning, and community engagement to advance achievement in science, technology, education and math in U.S. schools. 

SoIA presents student participants with a very broad challenge: create an innovative product that can be used to address a real-world problem with a real-world solution that can ultimately be viable in the commercial marketplace.  Students are given a blank slate within several major categories, including clean energy, aerospace exploration, clean water, agro science, and cyber security.  They’re also required to conduct research to determine their creation’s potential market impact, and develop a full business plan while working with mentors including world-class scientists, engineers, academics, and business leaders.

Through entering the Wild Card Summit Invitation sweepstakes, everyone can have a chance to attend the Innovation Summit at NASA from April 28 - May 1, 2011 in San Francisco, where they can make their innovative dream a reality. 

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The opportunity closes on February 28, 2011. 

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