Hack the Solar System
Discover innovative solutions to challenges related to understanding minerals in meteorites, tracking dust from comets' tails, visualizing the surfaces of Venus and Mars, and more at our fifth annual hackathon "demo day." See what a collaboration among students, teachers, technologists, and Museum scientists from the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences can produce in just 24 hours. #HACKTHESOLARSYSTEM This program is part of BridgeUP: STEM, an initiative educating youth and the public about cutting-edge computing in scientific research and science communication. BridgeUP: STEM is generously supported by a grant from the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street Map
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