Science fairs are about bringing together students from around the world to work together to solve a big problem.
Now the Rockefeller Center has a new science fair project that brings together students in the US, India and China.
The new program, which has just opened, is called Science Fair of the Future, and will see students from across the US and India and Chinese students come together to design a project and solve it.
The project will be open to students from any country, from India to China.
“This is the first of its kind in the world,” said K. Krishnan, a professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia University and co-author of the project.
“It’s the first time we have a team from the United States and India working together in a collaborative setting.”
“We are very excited about the opportunity to bring together students, scientists and engineers from different parts of the world and to bring this project to life,” said Vishal Singh, CEO of the Rockefeller Foundation.
The students will collaborate on the design and development of a 3D printed 3D model of the universe, which will be used in a research paper.
It will then be sent to a team of experts from China, India, and the US.
The scientists working on the project will also receive grants from the Rockefeller Institute for the Advancement of Science and Technology.
The Rockefeller Foundation has already awarded $10 million to the project, which is also funded by a $500,000 grant from the US National Science Foundation.
The project will expand the pool of students who are able to participate in the project by adding more Chinese students and the students of other countries.
“We hope that students will find it a great opportunity to build on their research with their international counterparts,” Singh said.
“This is an opportunity for students from all over the world.”