National Lab Day is an annual competition for students to pitch innovative ideas and inventions all in one place.
A contest is a type of competition where the person with the most votes wins. The National Lab Day is an annual competition for students to pitch innovative ideas and inventions all in one place. There are many competitions like this out there: the International Space Apps Challenge, the Smithsonian American Art Awards, and more.
A contest is a type of event or activity where participants compete for prizes. Contests are often organized around an academic subject such as math, science, or writing. Often, contestants are required to answer a question by submitting a solution in the form of an essay, artwork, video, podcast, programming code and other types of media.
Contests provide a good way for students to learn about their strengths and weaknesses quickly and efficiently. By doing this they can then focus on what they need to work on in order to succeed in future contests.
National Lab Day is a national competition where high school students research and explore the work done by the US Department of Energy.
The winners of a National Lab Day contest can be chosen from a variety of categories, including: 1) Best Overall, 2) Most Creative, 3) Best Science Poster. Winners are chosen based on their poster presentations and the judges’ scores.
Winners for this contest include: 1) Most Creative – The Hurricane Hype Machine by Hunter Hill, 2) Best Science Poster – Daphne’s Dream for American Agriculture by Valerie Edwards.