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Last semester, we held our Inaugural 3d printing challenge, and we received some really incredible submissions. With more 3d printing facilities and resources on campus, we see this as a quickly growing area of exploration and innovation. So this fall, we're teaming up with the DukeMakers and we’re going to do it again.
We are partnering with the American Underground @Main to welcome you back to Durham and the local entrepreneurial community! We invite you to come check out the incredible start-up scene here and take advantage of the opportunities in entrepreneurship right here in Durham. You will have an opportunity to connect with possible internship opportunities, get to know local start-ups, and hang out with a drink and a snack in one of the coolest and most innovative spaces in downtown Durham. Transportation included, so RSVP!
3D printing is becoming more accessible, and is opening up some incredible opportunities for product development, art, research and innovation at an incredible pace. We want to see your ideas for making use of this new technology
The Co-Lab is partnering up with HackDuke again this year, to bring a higher-ed track to their Code For Good theme.
The Innovation Co-Lab isn't all programming and engineers and hackers. We believe innovation comes in many forms, and one of those is in multimedia storytelling. There is so much incredible work happening at Duke - from student entrepreneurship to faculty research - and we want you to expose it.
SAP CodeJam will focus on SAP Mobile Platform. As a participant, you’ll get access to SAP Mobile Platform including tools, sandboxes, experts, and more! In the days prior to the event, you'll receive an email with a checklist and a couple of links that will help you get prepared.
In one of our very early Co-Lab planning meetings, a student wrote on a brainstorming flip-chart: "DukeMobile app: students should make this!" Well, here's your chance.
The Big Byte Challenge is a coding competition where students will be given a weekend to learn APIs and show us what they can create with real-world company data.
Iconathons are facilitated design workshops organized by The Noun Project in partnership with organizations and sponsors across the country. We'll tackle the visual language of innovative education in this local Iconathon.
The task is simple: we're looking for students to identify a need facing the Duke Community, and apply an innovative technological solution to address that need.