High school science writing competition
If you love writing, exploring or following your sense of curiosity, this prize is for you. The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing is a great way for high school students to show off their skills and win amazing prizes. Find all the details and resources to get you started on our website.
|When:||Monday, May 22 2017 till Sunday, August 20 2017. 7:00 AM to 10:30 PM|
|Topic:||Environment and nature, Innovation and technology|
The UNSW Bragg Student Prize is designed to encourage and celebrate the next generation of science writers, researchers and leaders!
This year’s topic is ‘Future Earth: creating a more sustainable planet by 2030’. Students write an 800 word essay about their own ideas on sustainability or current research, and go in the running to win a $500 UNSW Bookshop voucher, a subscription to the Australian Book Review and a trip to the launch of The Best Australian Science Writing 2017 in Sydney!
All schools receive a prize and early bird entries win an awesome book pack including Adam Spencer’s World of Numbers.
We’ve compiled a bunch of fun, free resources to help get students started.
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