Corrosion in Motion Student Competition

The Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, NY, USA
NACE International, an international technical society of corrosion experts, is now accepting entries from students worldwide for its first Corrosion in Motion video competition. Participating students must create video representations of what would happen to iconic landmarks if corrosion protection measures were ceased. Students choose the landmark they wish to study and must take into account the material composition of the structure and its location. The maximum video length is four minutes.
A total of $6,500 will be divided among the top three teams, who will be announced in March 2014. The submission deadline is December 31, 2013.

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