CDS have been invited to participate in the first-ever Korea Science Multimedia Fair. Created for high school students attending Korean international schools, this fair combines the arts and sciences through the use of multimedia projects such as short films, photo galleries, and poetry to explain and analyze scientific advancements. The Judging Panel for KSMF includes professors at KAIST, as well as scientific researchers and experts in high school STEM education. Every step of this fair (project submission, judging, presentation, awards) takes place entirely online, so participants will not have to make the long trip to Daejeon. Participation is completely free. Participants must be in high school (9th-12th grade) and must submit projects as individuals. Every school has an unlimited number of entries. The Registration Deadline is March 31st, and the Submission Deadline is April 21. Individuals can register at https://goo.gl/forms/hzHwj95aPyJDjUan2 Please visit our website at http://ksmf.webflow.io for additional information on guidelines, rules, judging information, tips on getting started, and submission instructions. Please note: The deadlines currently on the website are no longer relevant. To clarify, the correct deadline for Registration is March 31st, and the Submission Deadline in April 21.
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