Don't Miss Out on Creating the Future, NASA TechBriefs
"Time is running out to enter the 2011 "Create the Future" Design Contest. Entries for the ninth annual contest are due by June 30th. Click here to submit your design idea. Sponsored by COMSOL, Creo - a PTC product, and Tech Briefs Media Group, the contest recognizes outstanding innovations in product design, awarding a Grand Prize of $20,000 USD. New this year is an Electronics Design category sponsored by Digi-Key Corp. Other categories are Consumer Products, Machinery & Equipment, Medical, Safety and Security, Sustainable Technologies, and Transportation. Entries can be submitted by individuals and/or teams in up to seven categories. The top entry in each category will receive a workstation computer from Hewlett-Packard. The top ten most popular entries, as voted on by site registrants, will get a 3D mouse from 3Dconnexion. All qualified entrants will be included in a drawing for NASA Tech Briefs T-shirts, and the winning entries will be featured in a special supplement to NASA Tech Briefs magazine. If you haven't submitted your design, you have until June 30th to visit www.createthefuture2011.com and enter your great idea."
Keith's note: This whole NASA Tech Briefs thing just baffles me. They use the NASA name and logo and post all manner of cool things related to tech transfer, spinoffs, etc. - yet they do not issue press releases - and NASA PAO, CTO, IPP, CIO, SOMD et al never promote what NASA Tech Briefs is doing. Mark Uhran at SOMD is forever babbling about how interested the private sector is in ISS utilization. Great - he may well have a valid point - yet I see no evidence that SOMD and NASA Tech Briefs even know that the other exists. Sounds rather dysfunctional. Why bother to coordinate, eh NASA?