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Prove it! Video Competition "Our world in motion" - National Science and Engineering Week

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by ScienceWeekUK, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Call for videos/animations!
    We want to collect as many stories of our world in motion as we can. Film yourself or design an animation explaining any aspect of our world in motion in 30 seconds and enter it into the NSEW 2012 competition Prove it!
    We have some fantastic prizes for the best videos in a number of different categories. For schools there are class visits to The Natural History Museum and the AirKix indoor Sky diving centres up for grabs and for anyone over the age of 16 there are three camcorders up for grabs; a Sony Handycam DCR-SR58E Camcorder for the talented First Prize winner and two Panasonic HX-DC1 (White) Upright Full-HD Camcorders for two runners up. The overall winner (from any age category) may even be mentioned on BBC's Bang Goes the Theory !
    To enter the competition you need to upload your video on Youtube and to register your video here.To enter as a school, please use Films for LearningFor news, updates and competitions
    twitter.com/ScienceWeekUK
    facebook/ScienceWeekUK
    www.nsew.org.uk
     
  2. Call for videos/animations!
    We want to collect as many stories of our world in motion as we can. Film yourself or design an animation explaining any aspect of our world in motion in 30 seconds and enter it into the NSEW 2012 competition Prove it!
    We have some fantastic prizes for the best videos in a number of different categories. For schools there are class visits to The Natural History Museum and the AirKix indoor Sky diving centres up for grabs and for anyone over the age of 16 there are three camcorders up for grabs; a Sony Handycam DCR-SR58E Camcorder for the talented First Prize winner and two Panasonic HX-DC1 (White) Upright Full-HD Camcorders for two runners up. The overall winner (from any age category) may even be mentioned on BBC's Bang Goes the Theory !
    To enter the competition you need to upload your video on Youtube and to register your video here.To enter as a school, please use Films for LearningFor news, updates and competitions
    twitter.com/ScienceWeekUK
    facebook/ScienceWeekUK
    www.nsew.org.uk
     

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