Want a Science Hack Day where you live? Make it so!
There’s going to be mini Science Hack Day at Lighthouse as part of this month’s Science Festival in Brighton. Come along — it’ll be fun.
Dublin is going to play host to its second Science Hack Day at the start of March. It looks like it’s going to be a fantastic event (again!) but they need sponsors. Do you know of any?
A nice round-up of the most recent Science Hack Day in San Francisco.
Oh My Science! It looks like the most recent Science Hack Day in San Francisco was great.
Nice! A feature on Ariel and her spacehacking ways.
The next Science Hack Day in San Francisco will be at the start of November. It would undoubtedly be a great event …but it needs sponsorship.
Do you know anyone who could help out?
Some of these hacks created at the Science Hack Day in Eindhoven are seriously nuts. That’s “nuts” as in “brilliant”.
Now this is what I call science hacking: building an open source fusion reactor.
What a fantastic location for a Science Hack Day: the Adler planetarium in Chicago! Get there if you can.
Dublin is hosting a Science Hack Day on the weekend of March 3rd-4th. Put your name down now.
They did it. Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad fulfilled that age-old dream: to put a Lego man into space. They have done Canada—and the world—proud.
A round-up of the hacks from this weekend’s Science Hack Day in San Francisco. Sounds like it was great!
One of the opening lightning talks at Science Hack Day in San Francisco by Sean Herron of NASA.
Hacking science: the intersection of web geeks and science geeks | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
Ariel pens a guest post for Scientific American all about Science Hack Day.
The story of the particle windchime—it turns subatomic particle collisions into sound—created at Science Hack Day San Francisco.
An absolutely fantastic write-up of Science Hack Day San Francisco ...as seen through the lens of Stephen Johnson's Where Good Ideas Come From.
A write-up of the "Wearable DNA" hack from Science Hack Day SF.