Wind engineering challenge for middle and high school students

Submitted by Michael Arquin
2009-02-20 18:27:19

The KidWind Project is excited to announce the opening of the 2009 KidWind Challenge. This design competition seeks middle and high school students interested in testing their engineering and scientific prowess as they build the most powerful and elegant student wind turbines ever constructed.
In 2009, there will be three events held in New York State. NY Residency not required, so students from nearby states welcome to register. Albany, May 9. Buffalo, May 16. Lower Hudson area, May 30.
All teams that register before February 25th will receive generators and basic equipment to start building turbines.
Prizes: $300, $200, $100; in HS and MS divisions. Other prizes may be contributed.
Registration Deadline : You must register by Wednesday, April 22, 2009
http://www.kidwind.org/challenge/
See the rules pages at:
http://www.kidwind.org/challenge/rules.html

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