Today was the quarterfinals of the Erie Hack competition at the Global Center for Health Innovation.
More than a dozen local teams competed.
According to its organizers, the competition brings together the brightest in the tech industry – coders, developers, engineers, water experts – to solve some of Lake Erie's biggest problems, such as algal blooms and urban pollution.
Today was the last quarterfinal and, in the end, eight teams will compete for a grand prize of $40,000 at the May 2-3 Water Innovation Summit in Cleveland.
Get all the details at: www.eriehack.io