Make My Idea has been launched to encourage students to seen beyond the self-motivation needed for STEM subjects in school, to a world where science, technology, engineering and maths underpin almost every aspect of a high-tech society.
There's no limit to what can be entered. It could be something that solves a problem, such as shoes that charge a mobile phone as you walk, an idea related to fashion, music, a hobby, sport, food... or a totally new invention that hasn’t been dreamt up before.
Entries must be submitted online at http://www.samsung.com/au/make-my-idea/ and close on 22 November.
Prizes include concepts produced as an early stage prototype model, or 3D or 2D design, and Samsung electronic products.
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