October 31, 2011

The Anatomy of A Solution - 
Arizona State University has launched a new contest called 10,000 Solutions open to anyone over 18, anywhere in the world, and it offers a $10,000 prize. The goal? Taking on something big, like sustainability and the future of education  ideas, and do something big with it. 
What’s cool about this contest is that some applicants are already making tangible solutions.  For example, a couple ASU student engineers  are already making prototypes of a low-cost smartboard technology based on the Wii that could be set up anywhere. 

The Anatomy of A Solution -

Arizona State University has launched a new contest called 10,000 Solutions open to anyone over 18, anywhere in the world, and it offers a $10,000 prize. The goal? Taking on something big, like sustainability and the future of education  ideas, and do something big with it. 

What’s cool about this contest is that some applicants are already making tangible solutions.  For example, a couple ASU student engineers  are already making prototypes of a low-cost smartboard technology based on the Wii that could be set up anywhere.