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  • Jack Buffington
    Here is a contest that some of you may be interested in. Nasa Tech Briefs is a neat free ?magazine? that I receive from time to time that highlights new and
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 4, 2002
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      Here is a contest that some of you may be interested in. Nasa Tech Briefs
      is a neat free ?magazine? that I receive from time to time that highlights
      new and upcoming technologies. It is pretty good reading though on a fairly
      high level.

      -Jack


      >
      >Dear NASA Tech Briefs Reader:
      >
      >You are invited to enter the first-ever Emhart Design Contest,
      >featuring a top prize of $20,000 or a high-tech automobile. Every
      >qualified entrant will earn a prize and be recognized in the pages of
      >NASA Tech Briefs, co-sponsor of the contest with Emhart Teknologies - a
      >Black & Decker Company. Visit http://www.emhartcontest.com for
      >complete details.
      >
      >To enter, submit an original design idea in one of these three
      >categories:
      >
      >* Everyday Products - significant functional or ergonomic new products,
      >or upgrades to existing products, that improve quality of life;
      >
      >* Safety - mechanical or electromechanical designs to improve personal
      >safety during travel, work, recreation, or at home;
      >
      >* Transportation - mechanical or electromechanical designs that improve
      >the functionality, performance, or cost basis of transportation
      >products.
      >
      >The Grand Prize winner will receive a hybrid automobile or $20,000 in
      >cash. One First Prize winner will get a Segway Transporter or a trip
      >for four to Florida to tour NASA's Kennedy Space Center and attend a
      >Space Shuttle launch.
      >
      >Dozens of other prizes will be awarded, and all qualified entrants will
      >receive a POP(r) PowerLink 30 repair kit/hand rivet tool, valued at
      >$50.
      >
      >So get those creative juices flowing - entries must be received by
      >November 15, 2002. Visit http://www.emhartcontest.com for the rules and
      >official entry form. No purchase required.
      >
      >Good luck!
      >
      >Cordially,
      >
      >
      >Joe Pramberger
      >Publisher, NASA Tech Briefs
      >

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