May 4, 2020

EU vs Virus Hackathon

Between April 24 and 26, the European Commission hosted a pan-European hackathon to collectively address 20 imminent coronavirus challenges. The objective was to connect civil society, innovatiors, partners and investors across Europe to develop innovative solutions for the COVID-19 crisis. And so it did! More than 20,000 participants joined the event, together with +600 corporate partners, +500 volunteers, +1.400 mentors and +400 jury members. Check out the EUvsVirus website and twitter account to find out more about the winners.

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