Please spread the word today: It’s your last chance to vote in the 2011 DiabetesMine Design Challenge. Polls close tonight at 6pm Pacific time.
We want to congratulate each of our finalists! From 95 entries this year, our judging team narrowed the field to 20 designs in the Grand Prize category, four as “Most Creative” favorites, and three top contenders in the Kids’ category.
As a reminder:
Your votes will determine the winners…
The day we’ve all been waiting for has arrived: Community Voting is now open on the 2011 DiabetesMine Design Challenge!!
We received 95 amazing entries in this year’s innovation contest. We’re excited to show off the semi-finalists and give you all a chance to weigh in. And tell a friend…
Remember, your votes will determine the winners of the Most Creative* Idea Category ($2,500 cash) and the Best Kids’ Concept ($1,500 cash prize).
Today marks the deadline for submissions to the 2011 DiabetesMine Design Challenge — our annual diabetes/medical device design competition that fosters innovation with $25,000 in prizes!
As a reminder of what it’s all about, here’s our contest “poster”:
We are SO looking forward to another bevy of creativity this year!
Submissions accepted until midnight tonight Pacific Time.…Read more »
If you’re at all interested in diabetes technology and patient advocacy, you should get to know Bernard Farrell. He’s a software architect, patient advocate, diabetes technology blogger and father of six (!) In his “spare time” he’s agreed to act as one of our expert judges in this year’s DiabetesMine Design Challenge, the $25,000 innovation contest open for submissions until this Friday, April 29 — coming up fast!
Bernard has had type 1 diabetes himself…
Two years ago, Roche was the first to take the plunge, inviting a bunch of diabetes bloggers to visit their headquarters for a day of frank conversations and an “inside look” at how they make the products that keep us ticking. And they hosted us again last year at the CWD Conference.
On Friday, about 25 of us online advocates from the diabetes community were invited to Los Angeles for a day of similar interaction…