MONAGHAN STUDENTS URGED TO TAKE PART IN CROSS-BORDER SCIENCE COMPETITION

17 September 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

A NASA astronaut is calling on budding scientists to produce fun, short science videos for the innovative ReelLIFE SCIENCE cross border competition. The best films from young people in primary and postprimary schools and youth groups and organisations across the island of Ireland will each win €1,000. The videos can be up to three minutes long and can communicate any aspect of the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. ReelLIFE SCIENCE is asking for entries on one of eight topics – Climate Action, How Things Work, Myths Busted!, Science and Me, Science Heroes, Science in Space, Science on the Farm and Healing the Body.

NASA astronaut Colonel Greg “Box” Johnson is taking time out of his work at the US space agency to join the judging panel for ReelLIFE SCIENCE 2021. “I’m honoured to join the judging team for this year’s ReelLIFE SCIENCE 2021 video competition. What a fun way to get young people excited about the science that is happening around us in our daily lives,” Colonel…

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