We’re so good we’re competing against ourselves! Not only is Ph.D. student Ricardo Martin nominated in the Video category for time-lapse mining from internet photos, but Nanocrafter, the game developed by UW CSE’s Center for Game Science to advance synthetic biology research, is nominated in the Interactive category.
While theoretically only one can win the “People’s Choice” award, we are hoping there will be a tie and both UW CSE projects will be able to share bragging rights (in addition to winning their respective categories, of course). Vote for Nanocrafter here, and for Ricardo Martin here – you can cast one vote in each category.
You know how the saying goes…vote early and vote often!