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Since 1989, there have been several highly successful international scientific conferences exploring the interactions between origami, mathematics, science, and (since 2001) education.
The Fourth International Conference on Origami in Science, Mathematics, and Education, was held at the California Institute of Technology in 2006.
Design Challenge at OrigamiUSA
From 2004–2010, a design challenge was held at the OrigamiUSA Annual Convention. Here's how it came about.
Design Challenge 2010
The 2010 challenge was:
Cars and Trucks
. In recent years, we've stuck with the natural world, but this year we decied to visit man-made objects.
Design Challenge 2009
The 2009 design challenge was one of the four nonhuman great apes: Gorilla, Orangutan, Chimpanzee, or Bonobo.
Design Challenge 2008
The 2008 design challenge was a
from an uncut square.
Design Challenge 2007
The 2007 design challenge was to fold an entire plant from an uncut square.
Design Challenge 2006
The 2006 design challenge was "sailing ships."
Design Challenge 2005
The 2005 OrigamiUSA design challenge: hermit crabs.
Design Challenge 2004
A small design challenge held at the OrigamiUSA 2004 Convention.