[ok-cambridge] Fwd: Global Health Hack Day - apply today!
lucy.chambers at okfn.org
Mon Mar 12 09:08:21 UTC 2012
Detail on an upcoming Global Health Hackday - Saturday March 24th - thought
may be of some interest to the list!
From: "CUTEC" <cutecmarketing1 at gmail.com>
> Date: 9 March 2012 08:52:29 GMT
> To: <slavon at hermes.cam.ac.uk>
> Subject: Global Health Hack Day - apply today!
> Dear Sir or Madam
> Could I please ask you to forward this email again to any graduate or
> postgraduate students as well as any post docs in your college who might be
> interested in this project? It is the last chance to apply!
> Thank you for your help!
> CUTEC team
> As part of this year's Cambridge Science Festival, the Humanitarian Centre
> and the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) have
> joined forces to run the Global Health Hack Day.
> This exciting 'open innovation' event will see eight teams of bright,
> enterprising individuals presenting their solutions to real global health
> challenges in front of a panel of expert judges. Participants will be
> introduced to their topics on Saturday March 17th, and will have a full
> week to work in their mentor-supported teams before the final judging on
> Saturday March 24th.
> This is a rare opportunity to work with leading organisations tackling
> problems that face some of the world's most disadvantaged people. Want to
> get involved?
> Visit globalhealthhackday.**eventbrite.co.uk<http://globalhealthhackday.eventbrite.co.uk>to register or to find out more!
> To discover more about CUTEC and the exciting array of events it
> organises, please visit www.cutec.org
Sean Durman Department of Slavonic Studies
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages
University of Cambridge
Email: slavon at hermes.cam.ac.uk
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