National Geographic 2015 Engineering Exploration Challenge

2015 Engineering Exploration Challenge

 

National Geographic 2015 Engineering Exploration Challenge is now live!

Kids ages 6-18 are invited to solve real-world challenges faced by our explorers in the field. This year’s Challenge is brought to you by the new NG film, ROBOTS 3D, so it asks kids to solve these problems the way a robot might; by sensing something about the immediate environment and using that information to decide an action to take. A flyer is attached to help you spread the word — and also encourage your children and their friends to enter. Everyone who enters will get a free movie ticket!

 

Submit Your Solution!

Use this form to submit your solution, working or non-working, to National Geographic by midnight, EST on August 1, 2015. You’ll need a parent or guardian’s email, a description of your solution, and a drawing, photo, or video of your solution.

2015 Engineering Exploration Challenge

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