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The National Science Foundation and the Journal Science invite you to participate in the 2005
Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge
Overview Entering Judging FAQs Press Room Results For more information contact


In 2004 approximately 100 entries were received for the second annual competition. A panel of 6 judges with backgrounds in science journalism, science documentary production, medical illustration, and computer animation pored over 50 finalist entries to determine the winners.

The 2004 Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge winners can also be seen on as well as a slide show that showcases the winners at

Beginning October 11th, 2004, a special program highlighting the 2003 and 2004 winners will air on the ResearchChannel. The ResearchChannel ( is a non-profit consortium dedicated to providing unmediated access to research. Via ResearchChannel, scientists and researchers share their thoughts, results, and passions in documentaries, interviews, and lectures. ResearchChannel's 24x7 programming is available to 19 million U.S. households via satellite and cable television and globally via the internet. For a listing of where ResearchChannel is viewable on cable, visit



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