DYSC

AcronymDefinition
DYSCDiscovery Young Scientist Challenge
DYSCDistrict Youth Steering Committee
DYSCDynamic Sag Corrector
DYSCDeltona Youth Soccer Club (Florida, USA)
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The present investigation was intended to determine the nature and focus of training in mathematical skills for primary school students with either DYSC or mild MD, not meeting the criteria for a diagnosis of DYSC.
Segment loads can be put into four categories: life support (use a UPS with a GEM set), emergency/safety shutdown (use a UPS with 10 minutes of runtime), dirty power/voltage sags (DySC) and 'we don't care' (no solution).
We nominated 50 middle school students to compete in DYSC in 2004.
DySC uses a patented electronics circuit to achieve a voltage boost rather than relying on stored energy to handle voltage sags.
Entrants to the DYSC compete to become one of 400 Semifinalists who each receive a $25 Discovery gift certificate and a certificate of recognition.
* Entrants to the DYSC compete to become one of 400 Semifinalists who each receive A $25 Discovery girl certificate and a certificate of recognition.
The above three grand awards winners join forty-six (46) additional students that will represent South Carolina in the Discovery Young Science Challenge (DYSC) this summer.
DCI and Science Service created the DYSC to enable middle school students to compete in a national science competition, an opportunity that previously had only been available to high school students.
Discovery Communications, Inc., in partnership with Science Service, announced that four students from the USC Central South Carolina Region II Science & Engineering Fair are semifinalists in the 2001 Discovery Young Scientist Challenge (DYSC).
(a) On May 15, 2000, each student received an Official DYSC Entry Form with instructions about how to enter via the Internet.
In 1999, the Discovery Corporation introduced the Discovery Young Science Challenge (DYSC) - essentially ISEF for students in grades 5-8.
Last year, for the first time, we accepted projects from fifth grades to be consistent with the national Discovery Young Science Challenge (DYSC) started in 1998 by Science Service to reward students in grades 5-8 for good science and the ability to communicate that science.