The Flame Challenge is an annual international competition that asks scientists to answer a technical question put forth by the world’s toughest judges – 11-year olds. Each year hundreds of scientists submit their entries attempting to explain a difficult technical subject to the young judges in an engaging and comprehensible way. The winner will receive a $1,000 prize as well as a trip to New York to be honoured at the World Science Festival!
We think that Explain Everything can be a useful tool for scientists entering the challenge. If you’re a scientist and interested in using Explain Everything to create an entry for The Flame Challenge, please contact us to schedule a free demonstration and receive a CODE for an extended free trial!
Here are a few Explain Everything tutorials to get you started:
You can also check out Explain Everything Discover to get inspired and find more great tutorials to add to your skills!
According to the website, Flame Challenge contest entries must be in by February 17th, 2017. For more information, please visit the official Flame Challenge website.
(Please note: Explain Everything is NOT affiliated with the Flame Challenge, Stony Brook University , or the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. We are just excited to support this kind of initiative.)