What you can’t explain in 3 minutes

Over the past two years, scientists have proved that you can do a lot in 3 minutes. Dozens of ocean scientists submitting to Ocean 180 have successfully explained the results, meaning, and significance of a recent publication in their entries, fitting it all into a beautiful and concise 180-second long video abstract. The time limit is, without a doubt, a…

Questions? We’ve got answers!

Wondering if you’re eligible to submit an entry to Ocean 180? Thinking about starting your video abstract, but not sure what to include? Curious about how we select the finalists? Maybe you just want to learn more about the Challenge and what we’re up to. While most information for scientists and teachers is posted on…

2015 Guidelines Announced!

It feels like the 2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge just wrapped up, but we’re already setting our sights on 2015. Last week, our team released updated guidelines for this year’s Challenge. At first glance, it looks pretty similar to 2014- Ocean scientists with recent publications, 3 minute video abstracts, middle school student judges. Yup, all…