NSTF Science Programmes - Science Photo Contest

Science Photo Contest

The NSTF Science Photo Contest is a programme through which students and youth discover science through photography. Participants present a photo along with a title and a description of maximum 200 words. The photo/s should depict any scientific phenomenon, natural life or any setting in the field of astronomy. Participants can compete through more than 1 entry. A panel of judges adjudicates the photos. The best photos are displayed during the NSTF Science Expo and the best entry will be awarded a camera. The best 10 photographs will be displayed during expos set by NSTF partners including MILSET (International Movement for Leisure Activities in Science and Technology [MILSET – Mouvement International pour le Loisir Scientifique et Technique] and published in magazines and get the chance to win further prizes.

Rules and Regulation | Examples | Application 

(c) David Pace, Winner Science Photo Contest - Milset

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