From Forbes:

The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest hopes to transform the way students study science, technology, engineering and math by bringing innovation to their doorsteps. The challenge is to show how science and math can help improve the environment in participants’ communities. The 51 state winners have been announced and now have to create a video detailing their chosen projects. In the next stages, 15 state winners will pitch their videos and five national winners will be announced, each receiving a $140,000 tech package for their schools. This article highlights two of the grand prize winners from last year’s contest: sustainable gardens in Florida and a rainwater catchment program in New Mexico.

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