Curtin University is calling on students (under the age of 18), adults and all others to capture the basic elements of science in an open photography competition that offers the chance to win an iPad Mini.

 

The competition celebrates National Science Week and is open to the general public, with four iPad Minis up for grabs for the best photos interpreting air, earth, water and fire, as well as an iPad Mini for the best student entrant under 18.

 

Earth, water, fire and air are what people from 450BC believed everything around them was made up of, and was the basis of science for 2,000 years. Every breath you take, every beverage you drink, every match you light and every step you take you are interacting with the elements.

 

Participants are invited to submit their entries online via http://scienceweek.curtin.edu.aubefore the completion closes on Saturday, 3 August.




Megan Meates
BSc Agri (Hons)
Public Relations Consultant | Science and Engineering
Public and Community Relations | Corporate Relations and Development

Curtin University
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