In this year's competition, 108 student teams all advanced from the online qualifier and regional qualifying events of the STEM invention/entrepreneurship program.
Judging will take place during the in-person State Finals on March 13.
Judging will be conducted virtually and asynchronously between Feb. 12-16.
The K-12 InVenture Prize/Georgia AIM project at Georgia Tech was awarded a $25,000 E2 Energy to Educate Grant from Constellation Energy Corporation that will bring solar robot cars to schools in rural parts of the state.
Members of the Georgia AIM team traveled to Thomasville to meet with local partners, manufacturers, and business leaders to discuss AI impact.
On March 15, student inventors from across the state gathered on Georgia Tech's campus to participate in the K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals.
Winners from the K-12 InVenture Prize compete and place at the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo.
A K-12 InVenture Prize teacher was selected as a Top Innovative Teacher due to her excellence as a STEM educator.
Georgia Tech’s K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals held on March 11th, 2020, featured 98 teams of student entrepreneurs from across Georgia.
Elementary School teacher, Julia Varnedoe was selected as a Grand Prize Winner of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation Teacher Innovator Awards