H2O Hack: technology to drought-proof the agrifood sector hackathon

In partnership with the Bridge Hub 2020 Water Challenge, the Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT) and the Centre for Applied Water Science (CAWS) are hosting H2O Hack: technology to drought-proof the agrifood sector – an online hackathon from June 11-19 2020.

We’re calling on ambitious researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs to come together to participate in H2O Hack to create new solutions to future-proof Australian water.
The hackathon will be held over a five-day period, with online workshops and facilitated sessions taking place on three of those five days (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), and an Induction Night on the 11th of June.

Teams of up to six people will work together to focus broadly on the applications of technology to improve water-use efficiency in the Australian agrifood sector.

Do you have a team who could compete in H2O Hack? Sign up here.

Registrations close 10th of June.