Science Showcase is a YouTube Channel where science/engineering/technology researchers can submit short, engaging videos about the "what" and the "how" of what they know and do.
We're looking for researcher-created videos that are short (2 - 3 minutes), engaging, and accurate - and most importantly, fun to watch. If you are excited about making your work accessible to others and think you have a great video, please check out our website for further details, or drop us an email:
The 2017 Science Showcase Video Contest celebrates the best in researcher-created science videos. Browse the qualifying videos here, and get ready to vote for your favorites by watching them between the 1st and 30th September (when we'll be tallying the number of views each video receives).
And please share them with others and spread the word.
The best qualifying videos will be reviewed by our panel of distinguished guest judges, including BrainCraft’s Vanessa Hill, NPR’s Richard Harris, ACS Reaction’s Adam Dylewski, and Google’s Cat Allman. More information at https://riskinnovation.asu.edu/scienceshowcase2017