Physics/Astronomy contest for high schoolers

Posted by colleen - T190 at 1/22/2001 1:16 AM EST

Engineer on team #190, Gompei, from Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science and WPI.

Thought some may be interested-----

Call for entries for The Young Scientist of the Year 2001

We need your help in spreading the word to high-school students
that PhysLink.com is now accepting entries for the famous
Young Scientist of the Year award. High-school students should
send their physics or astronomy projects by March 1, 2001.

Next to national fame of being awarded this title the winner
will receive a hand-held computer, books and software package,
and a possible summer internship. Top five runner-ups will
receive scientific calculators, books and software.

Please inform all high-school students and teachers
about this contest.

Details about entry can be found at:
http://www.physlink.com/ysaward2000_enter.cfm

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