If your teenager has a knack for explaining complex scientific principles in an engaging way, encourage him or her to join the Breakthrough Junior Challenge video competition.
Not only will the winner score a US$250,000 (S$338,518) post-secondary scholarship, he or she can also look forward to meeting notable names in the science industry at a prize ceremony in the United States.
Create an original video up to two minutes long to explain a physics, life sciences or mathematics concept. It should not be one that most people would already know, or a simple fact that could be looked up and understood in a few seconds.
Submit your application and video by June 25, 11.59pm (Pacific Daylight Time).
Launched in 2015, the annual contest is open to students aged 13 to 18 from around the world.
And, yes, there had been a Singaporean winner. Deanna See, who was then 17, made a video on antibiotic resistance in 2016.
Find out more at www.breakthroughjuniorchallenge.org