30 May '16, 2pm

Hackaday Prize Needs You: Build for Citizen Scientists

Hackaday Prize Needs You: Build for Citizen Scientists

Humanity is better when we work together. Nowhere is this more true than when it comes to Citizen Scientists — the concept that scientific advancement isn’t reserved to the trained professionals, but benefits when a larger population of thinkers collaborates with the community of trained researchers. This is the goal of the Citizen Scientist challenge round for the Hackaday Prize . Let’s build something that enables citizens to be scientists.

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