2013 National microMedic contest

Posted on Thursday, February 21st, 2013 in contest, Development, Parallax Propeller by the machinegeek

The U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center, and Parallax Inc. are sponsoring the 2013 National microMedic contest.

Now YOU have the opportunity to help others through your medical application invention! Using microcontrollers and sensors inventors and students will create medical applications and products for possible use in the healthcare industry, medical simulation training, and the battlefield.

Up to $25,000 in awards will be given away to winners of the contest. Students and the public are encouraged to participate. Free kits (100) will be given away to qualified participants on a first come first serve basis. Those who do not qualify for free kits will be able to purchase a kit online. Finished applications will be due July 31, 2013.

For contest rules and complete details visit the Parallax microMedic contest page.

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One Response to “2013 National microMedic contest”

  1. tayken says:

    “Open to educational and public applicants of all ages in the United States and Canada.”

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