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Texas Instruments challenges students to find ways to make the world safer and healthier in new coding contest

Whether it’s an automated process for sanitizing desks, a more efficient system for scheduling vaccine appointments or a product that encourages remote learners to stay active, if it’s related to health, wellness or medicine, it’s eligible to win the TI Codes Contest. Now in its fourth year, the TI Codes Contest has focused on improving processes related to things such as food and space in years past.

“Selecting this year’s contest theme was important because we wanted to allow students to utilize their STEM skills to design solutions that are relevant to them and impacting their teenage lives now,” said

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