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Samsung Has Announced The Winners Of Its STEM Competition Recognising Young Australians

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Samsung has today announced the winners of its nationwide STEM competition that awards young Australians aged 14-24 for their innovative ideas in the STEM space.

Perth-based Team ORS took out the main prize with a device that prevents the overuse of pesticides in agriculture to balance ecological care and farmers economic interests. They took out $10,000 to help make their idea a reality.

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Sydney-based Amelie Ritchie and Harlen Postill both took out the minor prize for the 19-24 bracket with a mobile app that uses community gamification to plot the best route for thise in wheelchairs or mobility aids, whilst Melbournians Flynn, Mikey and George took out the minor prize for the 14-18 year old bracket with a sustainability-focused logic network that recycles old Christmas trees into next year’s wrapping paper. Both of these prizes took home $5,000.

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You can find out more about the winner and their fantastic ideas on the Samsung website HERE.

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