Posts Tagged ‘RHoK’

RHoK Jr

| “One of these students could be the first human to walk on Mars – we want to help inspire them as learners, problem solvers and explorers.”

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mWater

| space-inspired technology for preventing water borne disease in developing countries

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NASA Challenges featured at Random Hacks of Kindness

| One of the key elements of the Random Hacks of Kindness Sustainability Project announced earlier this year was to create a featured problem set for each RHoK event going forward that provides a series of highly curated, well-defined problems that have clear sponsors and clear paths to sustained impact. Stay on top of the latest […]

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Social Entrepreneurship and NASA

| Samantha Snabes shares on the significant correlation between survival in Space and Earth - and how it opens endless collaborative opportunities between those exploring the universe and living on Earth.

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A Summary of the 5th Global Event

| The 5th Global Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) event took place this weekend in 34 cities around the world, with close to 2,000 developers “hacking for humanity.” RHoK is a collaboration between NASA, Google, Microsoft, HP, Yahoo and Worldbank. With this weekend’s events, RHoK has now reached a total 99 hackathons worldwide and has engaged […]

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Hacking… for non-hackers.

| Random Hacks of Kindness is a community of innovation that brings together subject matter experts with volunteer technologists to develop open technology solutions to the global challenges. Collaborative teams came together at more than 30 sites around the world to “hack for humanity.” More than anything, RHoK is a glorious experiment in focus and fast […]

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RHoK-ing it out with NASA Data

| This weekend, 34 cities across the globe will play host to Random Hacks of Kindness #4. Random Hacks of Kindness is a community of innovation that brings together subject matter experts with volunteer technologists to develop open technology solutions to the global challenges. NASA has a long history with RHoK – we were one of […]

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