Middle School Essay, Poster, and Video Contest
"BIOMEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS AND MY LIFE"
Get Your Students Excited About the Life Sciences!
Open to all the middle school students in the Northwest* –NO ENTRY FEE!
Help your students discover the personal relevance of the life sciences by examining ways they have each been personally impacted by biomedical research.
THINK, RESEARCH , CREATE!!
The results of biomedical science impact us all! They help us determine which treatments, drugs, and devices will be used in medical therapies, help us explain the basic principles of human biology, and, change and improve lives. Research paves the way for lifesaving treatments and cures that keep individuals and our community healthy. Each and every one of us has received the benefits of biomedical research in some way or the other- now is the time to research HOW!!
Students are asked to examine a medical therapy or treatment that a loved one, pet, or they themselves have received. Then, choose a category (Animal Research Helping Humans (ARHH), Animal Research Helping Animals (ARHA), Animal Research Helping Biomedical Technology (ARHBT) and Animal Research and Indigenous Knowledge (ARIK)), create either a 400-650 words essay, an original artwork poster, or a short youtube video highlighting their findings.
Entries must be submitted by March 15th, 2018!
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*ELIGIBILITY: Any 6th-8th grader in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, or Idaho is encouraged to enter! If your school class doesn't participate, Register Individually Here!
We are recruiting judges for the 2018 Middle School Contest! Please click here to volunteer as a judge.
We are pleased to continue our "Biomedical Breakthroughs and My Life" Middle School Contest in 2018!Thanks to the generosity of the Knossos Foundation for supporting this contest.
Want to become a Middle School Contest Sponsor or Donor? Contact NWABR, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-957-3337!