NEI Holds ‘Eye on the Future’ Contest
Know any teens who are interested in science? The “Eye on the Future” contest allows them to express their love for science in a short video and compete for a chance to win up to $2,000 plus a visit to NIH.
The National Eye Institute wants to know what makes high schoolers excited about science. To enter, record a video between 30 seconds and 3 minutes long. Potential topics include: my first or favorite experiment, the impact I’d like to make on the science world in 20 years, a live science demonstration and my favorite scientific discovery or invention that has changed the world. Videos do not have to be vision related.
The top 3 winners will receive cash prizes and the opportunity to visit NIH. Registration is open through Friday, Apr. 8. To enter, visit www.nei.nih.gov/EyeOnTheFuture.