Imagine Cup, the world’s premier competition for technology students, gives students the chance to unlock their creative genius and build solutions that tackle real-world issues facing society today.This year's Imagine Cup had 100,000 students from 100 countries participating in this software design competition. The 55 software design finalist teams created applications using the Microsoft platform and Microsoft tools based on the Imagine Cup competition theme: “Imagine a world where technology enables a better education for all.”
“Imagine Cup provides a forum for university students around the world to explore new ways to use the power of software to help address some of the world’s toughest problems,” said Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft. “The high caliber of the students and their projects is an indication of their potential to become great business and technology leaders, and a hint at how a new generation of innovations can have a lasting and transformative impact on education and beyond.”
Next year's Imagine Cup will be in France. Imagine Cup home: http://imaginecup.com/Default.aspx
Microsoft Press Pass: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2007/aug07/08-10ImagineCupWinnersPR.mspx
Imagine Cup Promotional Video - Soapbox: http://soapbox.msn.com/video.aspx?vid=fde1c7fa-59c8-4cba-ba4b-10e3d87190a5
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