This competition is intended to encourage students to share their inventive ideas. To qualify, applicants must be enrolled or have been enrolled full-time in any US or Canadian college or university at least part of the 12-month period prior to the date the entry is submitted. In the case of a team (maximum of four students), at least one member of the team must meet the full-time eligibility criteria. The other team members must have been enrolled on a part-time basis (at a minimum) sometime during the 24-month period prior to the date the entry is submitted. The entry/invention must be the original idea and work product of a student or team of students with their university advisor and must not have been (1) made available to the public as a commercial product or process, (2) described in extensive detail in a publication more than one year prior to the date of submission, or (3) issued a patent more than one year prior to the date of submission. Non-US citizens are eligible as long as they meet the eligibility requirement of student enrollment in a US college or university. See website for complete guidelines and instructions.
How easy is it to apply?
This scholarship's application process may include long-term projects, contest entries or some other very time-intensive process.
How much competition is there?
You will be competing against a pretty high number of people for this scholarship.