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'Engineering for you' is theme of video contest.

THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING IS accepting entries for a contest featuring videos highlighting how engineering creations serve the welfare of humanity and the needs of society. The contest, part of the NAE's 50th anniversary celebration, is open to students in middle school and up, as well as professional engineers, and the general public. Prizes across the six judged categories range from $5,000 for a people's choice award to $25,000 for the most inspirational one to two minute video.

Videos can feature engineering projects that have occurred since the NAE's founding in 1964 or future engineering feats that could take place by 2064.

Any technique or genre can be submitted, including animation, documentary, drama, or experimental. Winning videos will be featured on the NAE website and screened at the annual meeting's 50th anniversary celebration in Washington, D.C.

Entries will be accepted through March 31.

For more information on the Engineering for You Video Contest,

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Date:Jan 1, 2014
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