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Infosys Science Foundation Challenge Sign Up

The Infosys Science Foundation is seeking ideas from talented young thinkers that will use science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to combat malnutrition among expectant mothers and children under five years of age living in India. Nearly 40% of children in India suffer from malnutrition, a condition that can cause stunted growth and lifelong negative health effects. Innovative solutions are needed in the near term to improve the diets and nutrition of children and their expectant mothers.

In this sixty (60) day innovation challenge participants ages 13-18 years old will have the opportunity to form virtual teams and work with experts from the Infosys Science Foundation and the New York Academy of Sciences.



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