Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Challenge
A collaboration between SSTL with the World Bank Group – In support of the Southeast Asia Disaster Risk Insurance Facility (SEADRIF), the challenge is launched to stimulate and tap into the creativity of companies, start-ups, research groups, or even students, to seek functioning solutions using satellite imagery in improving real time information about the risk and extent of flooding across ASEAN.
Singapore Space Challenge
An annual space-related technical design competition launched by SSTL since 2007.
The Singapore Space Challenge (SSC) is an annual technical design competition held for youths from 15 – 25 years old.
The SSC challenges youths to design complex space-related and advanced-technology projects that are largely graded on creative engineering.
Held annually and organised by the Singapore Space & Technology Ltd (SSTL), it captures the imagination of the youth and directs their creative enthusiasm towards developing innovative science and engineering solutions across many fields.
Asian Try Zero-G
A competition that invites students from Secondary and Tertiary Institutions to submit proposals for micro-gravity experiments designed to be performed by JAXA astronaut onboard the Kibo.
Launched by CNES in 2014 and supported by ESA since 2016, it is the reference international competition for imagining the products and services of tomorrow using satellite data or space applications.
Kibo Robot Programming Challenge
A meteor crashed to the International Space Station and the air is leaking. Create your own program to operate the robot and stop the air leakage. JAXA needs your help. Get your programme uplinked!
NASA is leading the next steps of human space exploration in the vicinity of the Moon and on toward Mars. When astronauts venture to Mars, what will they see? How will they feel?
CineSpace, Short Film Competition
CineSpace, short film competition, is a collaboration between NASA and Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) that offers filmmakers
Design for Space Travel
How do you get to the moon? By rocket, of course. But how do you construct it so it can escape the Earth’s gravity but still carry enough cargo to resupply your moon base?