ASBX2021 STEAM Competitions

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Call for competition entries!

The ASBX team is proud to present an exciting opportunity for young people and students interested in space exploration. This year we are providing three engaging competitions for students and young people from 3 years upwards so all students and young researchers have a chance to participate and get involved. These competitions are interdisciplinary, (comma) and promote education in the fields of space and S.T.E.A.M.: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.

Students can get involved in one or all of our competitions: Space StorySpace Art, or present their own research project at our conference this year!

For more information, and to see each of our competitions and abstract submission information, please visit our website at asbx.com.au

The deadlines will range from 15 October – 1 November 2021, depending on category.

Space Story: Creative Writing Competition

You can pick a category from space governance,  space biology + health and space technology, and the question you want to answer. Come up with the most creative, logical, or funniest answer you can think of in 500 words! Please visit:  https://www.asbx.com.au/spacestory

Space Art: Art Competition

You can submit any piece of art or design that is space-themed. In particular, we have a special challenge to create a “patch” with a focus on landing back on the Moon, so if you have any great patch ideas for a Moon Mission we want to see it! 

Please visit: https://www.asbx.com.au/studentart

Young Investigators in Space STEAM

Student and Young Researcher Presentations

Calling all Young Space Investigators! Do you have a space- related research, art based, or engineering based project you want to share at an international conference with space agencies, astronauts, scientists, engineers, and more? 

Please visit: https://www.asbx.com.au/youngpresenter

Good Luck to everyone, we are looking forward to your entries! 

From the ASBX Team

Published by the ad astra vita project

The "ad astra vita" project aims to develop a collaborative compendium of Australians (and international colleagues) active and/or interested in the space life sciences, provide information and resources relevant to space and medicine in austere and extreme environments, and to provide a consultancy outlet for Australians keen to get more involved in space life sciences activities and projects.

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