by Chris Smith
The Sunlight Foundation and its partner organizations make a variety of data on the influence of money in politics and the operation of government easily available to application developers. This talk will give a broad overview of the data sets and APIs available and the applications that have been built with them, including stand alone sites, browser extensions and mobile apps.
by Charlie Quinn
Case study in using open data and open source systems to enable research in personalized medicine. Will show how we leverage publicly available data along with clinical and experimental data from collaborators in 5 different countries to advance disease detection and personalized medicine.
The Explorable Microscopy project is creating open source devices to capture multi gigapixel images of small things: from frames from a bee hive down to individual diatoms.
by Luke Closs
Come learn the story of the award winning VanTrash open data app and the opportunities such apps can lead to for sustainable development of open data applications. Luke will show different models that open data hackers can pursue to turn their projects into small businesses.
25th–29th July 2011