New York, NY — Popular Science magazine, in partnership with Toyota and University of California, Davis, invites students from across the country to participate in the “Innovators of Tomorrow” contest this summer. Students aged 15 and older can submit ideas for a startup that will make the world a better place; the prize is a generous scholarship toward any accredited school.

“We are very excited to be launching this contest with Toyota and UC Davis,” said Popular Science Editor in Chief Joe Brown. “I’m looking forward to seeing the entries and learning from these kids. I’m sure they will have some inspiring and innovative ideas for businesses that can improve the world we live in.”

Students are encouraged to submit a video detailing their idea at

Two winners will each be awarded up to $10,000 in scholarship money from Toyota and the University of California, Davis. They will also receive a trip to University of California, Davis this November to attend the awards reception, where they will present their ideas to an audience of luminaries of science and tech.

The deadline for entries is August 21, 2017.