Harvard scientists want your thoughts on how to improve Type 1 Diabetes research. $5K prize!

By March 8th, 2010 at 6:03 pm | Comment

Magnifying glass enlarging diabetes text from a book.

This is a very cool, new entry in the ScienceForCitizens.net database. It’s from the folks at Innocentive, the world leader in open innovation. (We’ll have more to say about our blossoming alliance with them shortly.) For now, check out this Innocentive Challenge which seeks to advance  knowledge about Type 1 Diabetes. Citizen scientists are invited to  define problems or areas they feel are in need of further exploration and research concerning Type 1 Diabetes. insights from citizen scientists will form the basis of new research projects pursued by scientists at Harvard University and elsewhere.

There is a $5,000 award for the best submission for this Challenge.

Categories: Citizen Science,Health

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