Seed 2008 Science Writing Contest
Seed is pleased to announce the Third Annual Seed Science Writing Contest.
For science to achieve its transformative potential across society, it is essential that we understand both what catalyzes science and what inhibits it. Last year we sought ideas to catalyze science literacy. This year, we ask:
What is the most significant force acting against science in society today? How can it be overcome?
|Submission Deadline||August 1, 2008|
|Maximum Word Count:||1,200|
|First Prize:||$2,500 Prize|
|2nd Place:||$1,000 Prize|
Please read the Official Rules.
Note: By submitting an entry, you agree that you have read and understand the official rules of the contest.
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