Create a team for a competition like no other! 

In this exciting full-day event, teams will race against the clock to design, build and test an overcomplicated chain-reaction machine from a provided box of miscellaneous items that will “grow a cactus.” Participants will apply Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) concepts as they piece together creative solutions, constrained only by time and materials.

STEAMhack Chain Reaction Challenge
Saturday, April 28, 2018
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sun Devil Fitness Center (SDFC) Maroon Gym, Tempe campus [map]
Click here to register

All ages are welcomed, and family participation is encouraged. Team sizes will be set to six members total; smaller groups and individuals will be paired with other teams to ensure that every group has close to the same number of participants. Registration is set at $10 for teams of up to six members, so be sure to bring the whole family!

Participants must provide their own lunches; restaurants available nearby on campus.

Registration Costs: Individuals: $5 | Teams of 6 or less: $10

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