10th Annual SCORE!

News

・The application has been open. (Jun 14)

・The deadline for submission of the application form has been changed from October 15 (Fri.) to October 22 (Fri.). Stay tuned for further updates.

 

What is SCORE?!?

SCORE! is designed to promote senior high school students’ hands-on science education and interest in entrepreneurship, as well as to support English language education and the goal of becoming a global citizenship.

Join us at SCORE!

If you've ever wondered how the world works, you might be able to use your curiosity to solve a business or social problem. Develop your new research ideas at SCORE!

Share your passion for your research

Tell us in a clear, logical, and passionate way how you came up with your research topic and how you tested it. Be free with your ideas, thorough in your verification, and scientific in your approach.

Appeal to an international audience

Points will be awarded for presentations in English. If you wish, you can receive support in a preliminary online workshop (details to follow). Let's explore new scientific ideas together!

SCORE!2021 Poster

Event Details

When: Saturday, December 11, 2021
Where: Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University Auditorium
Who: All senior high school-aged students in Okinawa are eligible

Deadlines and Schedule

Jul 14 (Mon) Website application submission starts.
Oct 22 (Fri) Deadline for applications
Oct 29 (Fri) Applicants notified of their acceptance
Nov 22 (Mon) Applicants must submit presentation material (e.g., presentation slides) and abstracts online via the website
Dec 11 (Sat) SCORE! Main Event in the OIST Auditorium

Downloadable Materials

Supporters or Observers

This year, we have decided to hold the event without observers. Thank you for your understanding.

Organization

Sponsors

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
American Consulate General, Naha

Cosponsors

Okinawa Prefectural Board of Education

Partner Organizations

People's Council for Promotion of OIST