Primary and High School kids with a keen interest in science can translate that interest into some cold hard cash, as the University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize offers up $10,000 in prize money to the best simple science video. The competition has been running for the past six years, and offers primary and secondary students the chance to make a short film explaining a scientific concept "in a way that is accessible and entertaining to the public while painlessly increasing their science knowledge." Entries are in the form of a one to three minute video piece accompanied by a 50 word description of the video content. Full details are up at the University Of Sydney's site. All of a sudden, I have this idea for what my kids could be doing with their weekends…
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