NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge seeks to foster development of new technologies to additively manufacture a habitat using local indigenous materials with, or without, recyclable materials, in space and on Earth.
31 Jan 2017
$100,000 total prize money to be awarded to the top 10 teams based on scores.
$500,000 total prize money to be awarded to the top 10 teams based on scores.
October 6, 2016 — Team registration begins
January 31, 2017 — Team registration closes
March 31, 2017 — Level 1 competition submission deadline (must be received at Bradley University)
May 31, 2017 — Level 2 competition submission deadline (must be received at Bradley University)
August 24-27, 2017 — Level 3 Head-to-Head competition at Caterpillar Edwards Facility
Note that while some organisers may accept applications from all around the world, you may still be required to travel to the host country in order to take part in the later stages of a competition for instance, or you may be required to live there for a period of time to take part in a funded programme (e.g. scholarship, incubator, accelerator).
Multiple host countries may mean that no travel is required.