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Can you explain science with seven everyday items? We’re looking for some creative minds to say how a part of the human body works, or how a process occurs in the body, in two minutes or less. No fancy equipment is needed—a smartphone camera will do. Winners will be featured on the Scientific American web site.

Plus, the first 100 qualifying entries will get a free Scientific American digital subscription, which includes the iPad app of the magazine.

Here’s a video of the instructions. You must be a U.S. resident and over the age of 18.

Here is a sample video shot with a Flip camera. It explains how knees work:


Hurry, entries must be uploaded by December 17 on our partner site SciVee.tv. Good luck!

Click here for official rules and entry instructions.>>

Philip Yam About the Author: Philip Yam is the managing editor of ScientificAmerican.com. Follow on Twitter @philipyam.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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