Science Hack Day

Science Hack Day

Sponsored By Endnote®

ENDNOTE + Science Hack Day

Bringing together scientists, developers, designers and technology geeks
to collaborate, hack, and build cool stuff.

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What is Science Hack Day?

Science Hack Day (SHD) is a global grassroots movement aimed at empowering people to explore, participate in, and contribute to science. The mission is simple - get people excited to build things with science! How does SHD work?


EndNote and Science Hack Day are Teaming Up!

Science Hack Day is made up of participants from all different backgrounds and with unique and diverse skill sets. But these science hackers have something in common – they like to solve problems, they enjoy building solutions, and they are excited by science. Just like we are at EndNote!

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Featured Hack Day News

December 19th, 2014

science hack day, hack, plant-o-tron (Photo credit: Matt Biddulph) This fall, David Rieck and Robert Heinrichs, two computer scientists with a love for programming, attended Science Hack Day for the first time. Theresult? A winning hack with a dual purpose – a motorized platform for keeping objects in the sun, like a plant, or out of the sun, like a cold beer. Read on to see how it all came together. 

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March 5th, 2015
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February 26th, 2015
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December 4th, 2014
A look at Science Hack Day Berlin Claudine Chen, an organizer of Science Hack Day Berlin, talks about how she got involved... Full post >
October 27th, 2014
At this year’s Science Hack Day - San Francisco, two co-workers from ZipRealty took the Best in Show award by hacking a... Full post >
October 9th, 2014
Check out the video from Science Hack Day St. Petersburg! Video courtesy of Full post >