Open-source oceanographic instruments reach final of NatGeo Competition – support #openhardware for science!

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GOSHer Andrew Thaler and the OpenCDT project that he presented in his GOSH 2017 pivot talk have reached the final of a National Geographic Chasing Genius competition with the idea of ‘Open-source oceanographic instruments to study our changing oceans’.

Four ideas will win $25,000 each and you can vote once per day until September 15 to determine the People’s Award winner. So if you feel like raising the profile of open science hardware and supporting a fellow GOSHer – take a look!

If anyone else is in any competitions with their open science hardware and needs support, do let us know!

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