9th Annual SCORE!
The 9th Annual SCORE! presentation took place on December 5, 2020. Thank you to all the participants for fantastic presentations!
The application deadline has been postponed to Sunday 11 October. (Oct 6)
Current Update on the 9th SCORE! (Jul 30)
Stay tuned for further updates.
Kyuyo High School
Development of Rough Roads Transport System Using Movement Methods of African Snail (Achatina fulica)
- Momo Azuma
- Arisu Kina
- Miyu Chinen
Naha Kokusai High School
What kind of influence does photocatalyst have on the growth of sea grapes?
- Miharu Yamashiro
- Kirin Shimizu
- Nagi Oshiro
MSJ Senior High School
Development of heat stroke countermeasure drink
- Sho Motomura
- Rena Tsukayama
- Rinne Shimosato
Participating Teams and Research Titles (Random Order)
|Naha Kokusai High School||Da bomb diggity shell ginger|
|Kyuyo High School||Modeling Water Exchange Game and Utilization for Education on the Prevention of Infectious Diseases|
|National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College||Taking on COVID-19! Research and development of an eyeglass-type AI device for tourism industry|
|Naha Kokusai High School||What kind of influence does photocatalyst have on the growth of sea grapes?|
|Kyuyo High School||Development of Rough Roads Transport System Using Movement Methods of African Snail (Achatina fulica)|
|MSJ Senior High School||Development of heat stroke countermeasure drink|
|Youhei Morita *Chief Judge
Senior Manager for Academic Relations, Conference and Workshop Section, OIST
Political-Economic Section Chief, U.S. Consulate General, Naha
Section Leader, Science Training Section, Okinawa Prefectural Comprehensive Education Center
Postdoctoral Scholar, Evolutionary Genomics Unit, OIST
Founder and Representative, Kenko Leaf G.K.
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.
- Enter SCORE！
- Do a science project—something new or something you’ve done before.
- Think about how the project can be used in business or daily life. How can you make money from it? How can you make life simpler or better?
- Give a short oral presentation about your project.
- Prizes include round-trip tickets from Okinawa to the U.S., iPads, and an internship opportunity at OIST.
|When:||Saturday, December 5, 2020|
|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 1 (Fri)||Website application submission starts.|
|Oct 5 (Mon)||Deadline for applications|
|Oct 16 (Fri)||Applicants notified of their acceptance|
|Nov 16 (Mon)||Applicants must submit presentation material (e.g., presentation slides) and abstracts online via the website|
|Dec 5 (Sat)||SCORE! Main Event in the OIST Auditorium|
Supporters or Observers
This year, we have decided to hold the event without observers. Thank you for your understanding.
Okinawa Prefectural Board of Education
Okinawa Association of English Education, Inc.
People's Council for Promotion of OIST