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Hackaday Prize - category 'Citizen scientist' open 30 May - 11 July

This Hackaday challenge is about expanding the frontiers of knowledge. Create something new, study something undiscovered, or replicate and verify scientific studies. Need an example? Build a graphene supercapacitor, study the effects of a behavior, build an open source instrumentation device.
When May 30, 2016 10:00 AM to
Jul 11, 2016 05:00 PM
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Hackaday Prize - Category 'Citizen scientist'

Starts May 30th - Ends July 11th

This challenge is about expanding the frontiers of knowledge. Create something new, study something undiscovered, or replicate and verify scientific studies. Need an example? Build a graphene supercapacitor, study the effects of a behavior, build an open source instrumentation device.

Minimum entry requirements: 
Idea + image + documentation + 4 build logs

  1. Project Profile. Create a project profile on Hackaday.io, completing all required fields and following all instructions. Submit the Project to 2016 Hackaday Prize.

  2. Discuss the challenge which has been chosen as the subject of the project

  3. Discuss how this challenge will work to alleviate or solve the problem

  4. Publish at least one image to help illustrate how the project might be used. This may be a sketch, schematic, flow chart, rendering, or other type of image.

  5. Show at least four Project Log updates

  6. Link to any repositories (e.g., GitHub)

  7. Document all open-source licenses and permissions as well as any applicable third-party licenses/restrictions.

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