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Other Prize Competitions

    NASA Centennial Challenges seeks to find the most innovative solutions to technical challenges through competition and cooperation. The following links lead to other competitions and related activities external to Centennial Challenges.

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    HELIOS Technology Challenge

    The principal goal of this low-cost, no-frills project is to promote cost-effective innovation and collaboration with the public in the development of open source-friendly, early stage concept-type technology.

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    NASA ARMD Student Challenge for Green Aviation  →

    NASA invites students to propose ideas and designs for future aircraft that use less fuel, produce less harmful emissions, and make less noise.

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    LAUNCH: Health

    NASA, USAID, Department of State, and NIKE joined together to form LAUNCH in an effort to identify, showcase and support innovative approaches to sustainability challenges through a series of forums.

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    eXploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge  →

    The X-Hab Academic Innovation Competition is a university level competition designed to engage and retain students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines.

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    Mars Education Challenge  →

    Explore Mars will be formally launching the Mars Education Challenge. The goal of this program will be to challenge science educators around the United States to develop ingenious ways to fit Mars science and exploration into the classroom.