New Wellcome Trust Competition Aims to Let Public Play with Biomedical Research | GenomeWeb

Through its new 'Gamify your PhD' initiative, the Wellcome Trust is soliciting ideas from biomedical researchers for video games based on their doctoral work.

Selected ideas will go to what the organization calls a "two-day hack," in which "small teams of games developers [will] turn these ideas into addictive, challenging, and educational games." Of those games, the best will then be funded for development into a releasable game.

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