Prize Roundup: EDA Prize, 3 New Centennial Challenges, MoonBots, Automotive Prize, More

Google Lunar X PRIZE Roundup #23 - Luna C/I: Moon Colonization and Integration

i6 Challenge - U.S. Economic Development Administration:

The i6 Challenge is a new $12 million innovation competition administered by the Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce, in partnership with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF). EDA will award up to $1 million to each of six winning teams with the most innovative ideas to drive technology commercialization and entrepreneurship in their regions. ...

The 2010 X-PRIZE Benefit - San Francisco Luxury Living gives a summary of the event accompanied by lots of photos.

RoboSpartans MoonBots Team to conduct Google Lunar X prize Missions - (Utica, New York)

@jeff_foust: NASA to announce 3 new Centennial Challenges prize competitions at space tech industry forum next month:

@NASAMICI: Presentation at 3pm 2day from Dr Antonio Soares of FAMU regarding Space Elevator Photovoltaic Cells. #NASA

@PaulSecor: Im running the controls on Dr Soares presentation right now in NASA MICI

@glxp: Want to see the amazing rovers & spacecraft being built by teams around the world for the Google Lunar X PRIZE? Video:

@alias_amanda: Follow @progautoxp to get the live webcast and real-time telemetry updates from the #PIAXP cars. Knockout competition happening all week.

@fineri: David, Dad & Keith, fixing a valve.Some more pics on facebook, search kiwi 2 space. Didn't get a lot of pics sorry

@TeamPrometheus: "P" Motor in flight test! Same motor as Rockoon Launch.

@wikkit: I gave Xombie a hug, and I am out of here. Keep it crazy, Mojave.

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