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It’s the second year in a row that Filipinos won the prestigious competition.
The United States’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) organizes an international hackathon annually to challenge people to use its free and open data to address real-world problems on Earth and in space. First held in 2012, it’s a prestigious competition that ...
The top three teams of the local hackathon won P30,000 in cash prizes, while a Certificate of Accomplishment was handed out to all teams that completed the challenge.
This past weekend, social entrepreneur Analisa Balares’s global leadership community platform Womensphere partnered with Sustainable Green Synergy and NASA to present the 2018 NASA Space Apps Challenge in the Philippines.The widely successful event concluded with a first place win by the PCI Seaversity VR Team, while The ...
NASA Space Apps Challenge Philippines allows participants in Bonifacio Global City to "share ideas and engage with open data to address real-world problems, on Earth and in space."
From October 19 to 21, social entrepreneur Analisa Balares’s global leadership community platform Womensphere will be partnering with Sustainable Green Synergy and NASA to present the 2018 NASA Space Apps Challenge in the Philippines.The global hackathon will have participants work together to “address ...
The ESA's Director General calls it "Moon Village," and the rest of the world seems to be coming around to the idea.
Imagine an international research station on the moon, where astronauts and cosmonauts and taikonauts and any other-nauts from around the world conduct science experiments, gather resources, build infrastructure, study our home planet from afar, and erect a new radio telescope to probe ...
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