Lunar XPrize technology video and Jack Andrade part of the team competing for the Tricorder Xprize

A video compilation of the newest hardware, tech, and just plain cool stuff that comes out of the Google Lunar XPRIZE teams! If you like robots and rockets then you have come to the right place.

16 year-old scientist and humanitarian Jack Andraka has already changed the world. At 15, he won the Intel ISEF Gorden E. Moore award, the $75,000 top prize, for his invention of an early stage Pancreatic Cancer diagnostic test. Being referred to “the 15 year-old who changed the course of medicine” was not enough for Jack.

Jack has put together a team of teenagers from across the country and entered the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder X PRIZE competition that will be judged and decided in the end of 2015. The goal of the Tricorder X PRIZE competition is to create a device the size of a smart phone that can make reliable health diagnoses, which would be available directly to consumers at anytime, anywhere.

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