‘Create the Future’ Design Contest Open for Entries

$20K is up for grabs in the 15th annual "Create the Future" design contest.

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Engineers, entrepreneurs, and students from around the world will vie for a chance to win $20,000 in the 15th Annual “Create the Future” design contest where contestants submit innovative ideas that could benefit society and the economy. 

Entries have brought attention to products that improve the quality of life, improve the efficiency and quality of health care, and help reduce dependence on non-renewable energy sources. 

“We are very excited to again participate in this important event for engineers and students around the world.”
Kevin Hess

Contest sponsors include COMSOL, Intel, Analog Devices, and Mouser, a Mansfield-based semiconductor and electronic component distributor. 

“Fostering technical innovation has always been a major part of our mission at Mouser,” Kevin Hess, Mouser Electronics senior vice president of marketing, said in a release. “We are very excited to again participate in this important event for engineers and students around the world.”

Design contest categories include consumer products, electronics/sensors/IoT, aerospace and defense, automotive/transportation, machinery/automation/robotics, medical, and sustainable technologies. 

Submissions can be made individually, or as a team, until July 1. For more information about submitting an idea, check here


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