PeopleSpace Hosted NASA Space Apps Challenge in Irvine

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The NASA International Space Apps Challenge was held at PeopleSpace on April 11-12, 2015. Entrepreneurs, techy-savvy citizens, scientists, innovators, and students were buzzing from the supply of caffeine on-hand but mostly from the ingenious ideas rattling around in their heads.

The NASA International Space Apps Challenge was held at PeopleSpace on April 11-12, 2015. Entrepreneurs, techy-savvy citizens, scientists, innovators, and students were buzzing from the supply of caffeine on-hand but mostly from the ingenious ideas rattling around in their heads. NASA posed 35 Earth-themed challenges in areas of Earth studies, space exploration, human health research, and robotics. The atmosphere was charged with the silence of genius at work. The open-source and open-collaborative aspect of this event encouraged participants to work with one another, across teams and specialties.

Watch the NASA Space Apps Irvine Challenge video clip here: https://youtu.be/jr6NVXiU1J4

It is the existence of creative spaces and collaborative-centric events like these that encourages the growth of high-tech developments in Irvine. The city itself has its very own think tank.

To learn about future PeopleSpace events, contact Melinda Kim at 949-381-1570. For more information about Space Apps Irvine, visit http://spaceappsirvine.com/.

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