Inno’Cup Junior showcases teen inventors’ bright ideas
Categorie(s) : Education, MINATEC, News
Published : 2 April 2015
The final round of the Inno’Cup Junior challenge will be held at MINATEC on July 8 and 9. This national competition* is the latest incarnation of the Franco-American Young Innovators Award. It targets a broad audience—anyone between the ages of 15 and 18 with a new idea can take part. Plus, participants don’t need any technical or other specific knowledge to compete.
Each two- to three-person team will post a three-minute video presenting their innovative idea on a dedicated website. There are eight themes, including art and design, health and wellness, the environment, and daily life.
The winners will go all expenses paid to the US, where they will tour leading university campuses and innovative companies.
*Organized by the US Embassy, science education center la Casemate, Xerox, the CEA, MINATEC, and Grenoble Ecole de Management.
Learn more at: www.innocupjr.fr