Durham, NH
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    The Durham, NH location of the International Space Apps Challenge is being held at the University of New Hampshire's InterOperability Laboratory:

    121 Technology Drive, Suite 2
    Durham, NH 03824-4716

    The UNH IOL is located on the third floor of the Goss International Building. Please follow the signs to the Space Apps room; there will be a volunteer at the door to guide you in. Attendees are required to bring their own laptop/tablet/computer. Wifi and power is being provided. Please bring any accessories that you may need (USB, snacks, paper, etc.). Seating is somewhat limited, so please arrive on-time on Saturday at 8:30am. There are a few whiteboards available, but are first-come-first-serve. There will be name-tags for registered attendees at the Registration Table.

    As it is a weekend, there are no parking restrictions. Please park in the large parking lot next to the building.

    This is a working facility; there may be tours being conducted in the building. If noise is an issue for you, please bring headphones.

    By attending this event, you are authorizing use of your photograph for media purposes.

    Follow us on Twitter and Facebook at @SpaceAppsDurham and facebook.com/SpaceAppsDurham !

    To register for Space Apps Durham, please go to https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/register/ and choose Durham, NH as your location. We look forward to seeing you all there!

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    121 Technology Drive, Suite 2
    Durham, NH
    United States

    Caleigh MacPherson
    Email Caleigh
  • The following projects were worked on at Durham:

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      Project Members from this location
      • John Wyeth
      • Matt Ryan

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