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EUvsvirus hackathon 1 year 7 months ago #1

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The European Commission is hosting an online pan-European hackathon to connect civil society, innovators, partners and investors from across Europe, including the UK, in order to develop innovative solutions for coronavirus-related challenges.
To register euvsvirus.org/#register. There is no deadline for registration.

What is #EUvsVirus about?

The #EUvsVirus hackathon offers a common organizational and technical framework in which the participants can get involved online and develop prototypes and solutions for technically, politically and socially relevant issues in the context of the Coronavirus crisis. It aims at collectively developing innovative solutions, e.g. high tech, low tech, hardware and software, using biotech, digital tech, societal science and other innovation domains. There are five areas that have been identified as targets for these innovative solutions: Health & Medicine, Business Continuity, Social Cohesion, Protection of Risk Groups, and Education.
Who runs the #EUvsVirus hackathon?

The Pan-European hackathon #EUvsVirus is a joint event between the European Commission and the most plugged in and nationally connected digital ecosystem actors from all over Europe. It builds upon already conducted national hackathons and their solutions. The organisers of the national hackathons related to coronavirus are the partners of the EU Commission on the pan-European hackathon.

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