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The Kavli "Science in Fiction" video contest is calling on students grades 6-12 to investigate how science is portrayed in TV, films, and games. The competition is now open to accept entries and closes on March 21, 2014.

Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 8.55.33 AMWe have received some pretty creative entries so far with videos exploring Frozone from the Incredibles, Jetson's Rosie the Robot and Star Trek's Transporter Technology. Take a peek by clicking here.

Check out our newly updated resource pages for students and teachers, including the latest in science news links, scifi shows, movies, and games listings, and lesson plan ideas to start your new year right with this fun and challenging assignment!

Also, as an added bonus, be sure to visit our Science Blog to read guest blogs from our Kavli Video Contest Advisors. Our advisors are true "Science in Fiction" experts and offer a variety of tips to assist students and teachers.

Click this link for more information on the Kavli "Science in Fiction" Video Contest.