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Growing Beyond Earth Maker Contest!

The Autodesk Instructables community team is having a new contest.

Are you working with a high school or college educator that may be looking for a classroom design challenge to push their students to tackle real-world problem-solving?
Instructables has partnered with the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden and NASA to present the Growing Beyond Earth Maker Challenge!

This contest is geared towards scholars and engineers who are passionate about space exploration and excited to innovate around the challenges that space travel presents. With prizes specifically at the high school, college, and professional levels, we can't wait to see the projects that get entered into the competition.

You can read all about the contest here: https://www.instructables.com/contest/beyondEarth/

This contest is co-sponsored by NASA, entries are limited to the US only.

Questions on how to get your classroom started with Instructables.com?