University of Rhode Island to
host HealthHacksRI 2017

FROM LEFT, Nic Dacosta, a fifth-year chemical engineering major from Cumberland; Scott Selig, a junior biomedical engineering major from Groveland, Mass.; and Dan Medeiros, a junior biomedical engineering major from Attleboro, construct an EEG headset that records brain signals for later analysis at the Makerspace on the University of Rhode Island Kingston Campus during HealthHacks RI, a health and wellness hack-a-thon, in 2016. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/MICHAEL SALERNO
FROM LEFT, Nic Dacosta, a fifth-year chemical engineering major from Cumberland; Scott Selig, a junior biomedical engineering major from Groveland, Mass.; and Dan Medeiros, a junior biomedical engineering major from Attleboro, construct an EEG headset that records brain signals for later analysis at the Makerspace on the University of Rhode Island Kingston Campus during HealthHacks RI, a health and wellness hack-a-thon, in 2016. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/MICHAEL SALERNO
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – In partnership with Aging 2.0 and the Social Enterprise Greenhouse, “HealthHacksRI 2017: The Internet of Things for Aging” student-oriented, maker and designer festival will be held at the University of Rhode Island later this month. The focus of the event, said Deedee Chatham, URI’s director of entrepreneurship, innovation and undergraduate research, in…
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