The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition

May 12, 2015 —OKINAWA, Japan- Lester Middle School eighth-grade student Chris Elliott's essay "Reducing Heat-Related Illnesses" earned runner-up national honors for the junior division in the 2015 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition.

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Image above: Kennedy Space Center Associate Director Kelvin Manning addresses students, teachers, parents and VIPs during the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition awards ceremony at Kennedy's visitor complex April 26. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann


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Lots of eighth graders go to Disney World. Not many do so because they’ve won a prize in the DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition.

Image above: Kennedy Space Center Associate Director Kelvin Manning addresses students, teachers, parents and VIPs during the 2013 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition awards ceremony at Kennedy's visitor complex April 26. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann


Inspiring the next generation of innovators at the forefront of scientific discovery has been a goal of The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition for the past 29 years. The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition encourages students in to get to the edge of scientific discovery by writing about a technological or scientific development on the topics of food, energy, protection or innovation. Essays can be submitted until 1/31/16 with winners announced in April 2016. Grand prize winners receive cash awards plus expenses-paid trips to Orlando! See the for more information. Be sure to identify yourself as a Science Olympiad participant when you enter! Many have come from the Science Olympiad family.The 2015 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition is sponsored by DuPont in collaboration with A+ Media, Britannica Digital Learning, Carolina Biological Supply, NASA, Turnitin and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).Sometimes it's difficult to relate science to real world experiences. It's a challenge that seven students met during the 2012 DuPont Challenge science essay competition.