Just four weeks left to submit your entry to the 2015 Ocean 180 Video Challenge!
Ocean scientists are invited to submit a 3 minute video abstract highlighting the findings of a recent peer-reviewed publication to compete for $9,000 in cash prizes. Scientists submitting entries to Ocean 180 must be US citizens or affiliated with a US institution.
If you are considering submitting a video abstract, we encourage you to view our information session, available here: http://ocean180.org/for-scientist/faq.html
To submit your entry, please visit http://ocean180.org/for-scientist/video-abstract-submission.html
Submission will close on Monday, December 1 at 11:59pm (PST).
While all videos will be evaluated by a team of science and communication experts, the top 10 finalists will be screened by over 30,000 middle school students in 20 countries. These student judges will evaluate the finalists and ultimately select the winning entries. This is an excellent opportunity to share your work with a broad audience and to practice communicating your research to the public.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
About Ocean 180
Sponsored by the Florida Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE Florida) and funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation, the Ocean 180 Video Challenge is designed to encourage ocean scientists to share their discoveries and excitement for research with teachers, students, and the public.
For full contest guidelines and to view previous winners, please visit http://ocean180.org
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