The Phoenix Space LaunchPad Challenge offers upper high/secondary school and lower-level undergraduate university students the opportunity to develop and present a creative, idea-based solution to a space science-themed problem. This competition affords students an opportunity to apply their classroom learning and research to solving scientific challenges, leverage creativity, and develop presentation and teamwork skills while connecting to and competing against a global community of like-minded students who have an interest in space science.
“HOW DO WE ADDRESS A PROBLEM RELATED TO HUMAN HABITATION OF MARS?”
Last Date to Apply: August 20th 2021
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ABOUT PHOENIX SPACE
A UK registered nonprofit, Phoenix Space provides displaced and underprivileged students in the Middle East with cutting edge STEM educational programs and tools to develop their scientific literacy, improve their life chances, and empower their communities. We envision a world in which all young people have equal opportunities to access quality education and become active, critical thinking and conscious citizens shaping the well-being and development of their communities. We work with a number of partners, sponsors, and companies to deliver our programs, including Prospero World, the Imperial College SpaceLab, Kiron, and Codecademy.