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Summertime, and the living is easy... but if you're a teenager with an interest in science or engineering, don't waste away your summer watching cartoon re-runs. Here are some kids who've worked on some cool projects outside of school.
- Intel has honored some young innovators in science and engineering with awards and scholarships. Over 6 million young scientists apply to become one of the 1,500 finalists each year. [url]
- Microsoft has named its ImagineCup winners who competed with over 358,000 other students from around the world. The ImagineCup encourages students to build solutions that might help address problems such as: combating diseases, improving education, ensuring environmental sustainability, etc. [url]
- Google has picked three inaugural Google Science Fair winners. These winners were chosen out of over 7,500 entries -- so the odds of winning sound slightly better than some of the more established science/engineering competitions. [url]
- To find more interesting stuff on entrepreneurship, check out what's currently floating around the StumbleUpon universe. [url]