Hawaii students to participate in aerospace tech competition.

Hawaii’s Pacific Business News (10/9) reported that “Hawaii will be one of 10 states to launch a nationwide design competition among public and private high-school students, who will develop technical solutions for the aerospace industry.” The article noted that “the national Real World Design Challenge, headed by the U.S. Department of Energy, will provide student teams with mentors from government and private industry. Design software and technical training also will be provided through the program.” After holding local challenges, each of the 10 states will “send its winning team to compete next spring in Washington, D.C., in a national competition.” The Business News pointed out that “a possible technical challenge would be to design an aircraft body that would reduce a plane’s fuel consumption.”

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