Up To The Space Competition

We Speak Science Up to The Space Competition is an exciting opportunity for all the students all over the world who are passionate and curious to increase their knowledge about STEM and space science.

Through this competition we have two main objectives:

  1. To elevate life through STEM education
  2. Embrace diversity and different cultures

Students of different age groups ranging from 7-18 years old are invited to express their innovative, bold, and limitless imagination in different science space topics.

Students will be grouped in three different categories based on their age.

  • Group 1 Students:  7-10 years old
  • Group 2 Students: 10-14 years old
  • Group 3 Students 15-18 years old

We advise students to work with a teacher who can support them in this project. These projects will be assessed by world-class academics and the best three projects will receive a gold medal prize award.

There are four different ways by which you can present the topics:

  1. Through 3D drawing  (i.e., draw the planet Mars)
  2. Through video presentation (i.e., show how to make a star) 
  3. Through construction with safe materials (i.e., construct a rocket)
  4. Through short article (i.e., write about the universe)

Examples of Space Science topics:

  1. Renewal Energy and Space Power
  2. Space Solar Panel
  3. The Energy Space
  4. The Solar Discs that Can Power the Earth
  5. Space-Based Solar Power – Our Future?
  6. The Solar System
  7. Understanding NASA CODE (a framework for the control and observation of resources, services, and application)
  8. Web-based Learning Information System for Web 3.0
  9. The Universe
  10. Comets and Stars
  11. The Big Bang Theory
  12. Our Nearest Star
  13. The Sun
  14. The Moon
  15. The Milky Way
  16. Metros
  17. The Death of a Star
  18. Would You Like to Be an Astronaut?
  19. What is Gravity?
  20. Exoplanets
  21. Weightless Science
  22. Satellites
  23. How does a Rocket Work?
  24. Climate Change
  25. Sustainability
  26. How Does a Telescope Works?
  27. Ice Caps
  28. How Did Dinosaurs Die?
  29. Day, Night, and the Seasons
  30. The Water Cycle
  31. Jupiter
  32. The Hubble Space Telescope
  33. Alien Life
  34. Space Microbiome
  35. Cosmic Radiation
  36. What Happens To Our Bodies During Space Travel?

Form:

Name  Surname
School Name
Teacher
Activity Description: Please describe in 100 words
Project photos

Instructions for Article Writing:

  • The article must be 300 words with a simple and understandable vocabulary from your coetaneous. 
  • The article should contain a photo that supports your chosen topic. For example, if you have chosen to write about satellites the article should contain a photo of a satellite in your text. 
  • Minimum Width: 1280 pixels, 
  • Minimum Height: 720 pixels 
  • Font: Times New Roman 
  • Heading Font Size: 16 pt 
  • Text Font Size: 12 pt

Students will submit their projects online via the We Speak Science Platform. The projects will be assessed with world class academics from world best institutions and industries.

Deadline: Thursday, March 31st 2022.


Use the form below to send your project

 

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