The 9th edition of Solve for Tomorrow, the Answer to Tomorrow, in Portuguese, is open for registration. Samsung’s global initiative will reward public high school students who have innovative ideas in science and technology. Students, teachers, schools and managers responsible for the projects will be awarded certificates and awards, according to each stage of the selection.
Enrollment must be made by a mentoring professor by June 30th. Each teacher can enroll groups of 3 to 5 students. This educator must teach subjects focused on Mathematics and its technologies, or on Natural Sciences. Applications must be made directly on the Answers to Tomorrow website.
The selected projects, which must use the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) approach, will have expert mentorship, and the winners, in different categories, are awarded with Samsung products. Details of this and next steps are available on the program’s official page and application.
The awards start from the pre-selection. The first 100 tutors will receive a maker/arduino kit, if their projects are classified. The school principal with the highest number of classified project entries will be awarded a tablet.
Semi-finalist projects will be awarded a tablet for each advisor and partner professor of the 20 ranked teams. And the finalists will win a Samsung notebook for each mentor teacher and partner teacher of the 10 semi-finalist teams.
For the national winners, students from the three teams will receive a Samsung smartphone + Samsung smart TV for the first place, a Samsung notebook + Samsung smart TV for the second place and a Samsung smartwatch + Samsung smart TV for the third place.
Each school of the 3 national winning projects will receive two Samsung smart TVs, in addition to a trophy, commemorative plaque and digital seal. The mentor teacher, partner teacher and students on the winning team will receive a medal. The popular jury winners receive Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro headphones for each student, mentor teacher and partner teacher of the 3 projects chosen by the public. And each of the three schools of the winning projects by the Popular Jury will receive 1 (one) Samsung smart TV and a trophy.
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