Creative scientists, show NPR what you've got!

Posted by: G. Karen Merguerian


National Public Radio is inviting listeners to use your creativity to express your feelings about science!  You describe a scientific phenomenon in video, and if your video is selected, NPR will feature it on their YouTube site.

The project is called WonderScope, and is designed to get radio listeners involved in a communicating about science using web-based multimedia.  Here’s how it works:

1. NPR gives you a topic and a length. For example, the first topic is time, the length is 30 seconds to 3 minutes.
2. Sign in to YouTube and upload your video

…and get ready for the Academy Awards!

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