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Last chance to vote in the Skild powered Acido Rocket design competition

For the past 14 years, ACIDO (the Association of Chartered Industrial Designers of Ontario) has hosted “Rocket”, a competition for students from Ontario, Canada's three ACIDO-recognized schools of Industrial Design– OCAD U, Carleton University and Humber College. The Skild powered challenge invites graduates to present their senior year studio projects to a panel of professional designers and...

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Skild Powered 2015 Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Challenge is Now Open

Heart disease and stroke are the first and fourth leading causes of death in the United States. Heart disease is responsible for 1 of every 4 deaths in the country.

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Announcing the launch of the EnterPrize Challenge powered by Skild

Funded by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation, the Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge is a program of the WT Enterprise Center.  It aims to help entrepreneurs expand an existing business or launch a new business.  Everyone who participates will gain a better understanding of how to develop and follow a realistic business plan, and qualifying entrants can request a share of $500,000 in...

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"Cite Your Source" Challenge kicks off with first ever Idea Jam

http://youtu.be/CttzbBX4fEg

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Coming soon... The Paradigm Challenge

http://youtu.be/mBecoK-BwWA

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National Science Foundation (NSF) launches its Community College Innovation Challenge

Skild is proud to announce the launch of the National Science Foundation's Community College Innovation Challenge.  Here's the official press release:

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Skild Supported LAUNCH Nordic Challenge is Now Open

Attention experts in textiles, fabrics and fibers, the LAUNCH Nordic challenge is seeking your disruptive innovation.  NASA, USAID, Nike and The U.S. Department of State have united to harness their collective genius to create a better world through LAUNCH.

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Winners named in the 2013 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge

Credit: Vicente I. Fernandez, Orr H. Shapiro, Melissa S. Garren, Assaf Vardi and Roman Stocker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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