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[Fizinfo] SÜRGŐS!!! Breakthrough prize - Khan Academy (fwd)
- From: Sukosd Csaba <sukosd AT reak.bme.hu>
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- Subject: [Fizinfo] SÜRGŐS!!! Breakthrough prize - Khan Academy (fwd)
- Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 12:20:18 +0200
Most kaptam az alábbi emailt Mick Storr-tól a CERN-ből. Azonnal továbbítom. Olyan versenyről van szó, amelyben nemcsak a diák, hanem a tanára és iskolája is igen tekintélyes összegű díjat nyerhet.
Kérem, hogy hívják fel az érdekelt kollégák figyelmét is (még akkor is, ha esetleg konkurensek lehetnek :-)).
Figyelem, a beadási határidő IGEN SZOROS: október 7.
Sok sikert kívánok!
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 09:55:48 +0000
From: Mick Storr
<Mick.Storr AT cern.ch>
To: Csaba Sükösd
<sukosd AT reak.bme.hu>
Subject: Breakthrough prize - Khan Academy
For information and distribution.
Subject: Breakthrough Junior Challenge with Khan Academy
Dear Breakthrough Prize Foundation Laureates,
I wanted to let you know of an exciting initiative announced today. In
partnership with the Khan Academy, the Breakthrough Prize has launched an
annual global competition for high school science and math students to
inspire creative thinking about fundamental concepts in the natural sciences
The competition is called the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, and it invites
students ages 13 to 18 to create original videos that bring to life a concept
or theory in the life sciences, physics or mathematics. The submissions will
be judged on the student's ability to communicate complex scientific ideas in
the most engaging, illuminating, and imaginative ways.
One winner will be recognized and will be awarded a $250,000 educational
prize. The science teacher who inspired the winning student will win $50,000,
and the winner's school will receive a state-of-the art science lab valued at
$100,000, designed in partnership with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
The Breakthrough Junior Challenge winner will also be invited to the
Breakthrough Prize in November, and the student and his or her teacher will
be announced during the live, nationally televised show, broadcast in the US
by National Geographic Channel on Sunday, November 8 at 7.00pm PT, 10.00pm
ET, and rebroadcast globally via National Geographic and the Fox Cable
As we are hoping to reach as many young science enthusiasts as we can, please
feel free to send this information to any organizations or schools that reach
high school students, teachers or young scientists. Note that the contest
runs on a pretty tight timeframe: the deadline for submissions is October 7,
More information is available at
- [Fizinfo] SÜRGŐS!!! Breakthrough prize - Khan Academy (fwd), Sukosd Csaba, 09/22/2015
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