Girls Do Hack
The Adler held the second annual Girls Do Hack on November 15, 2014. High school girls from around Chicagoland worked in teams with female STEM mentors to complete a variety of skills-based workshops. Workshop topics included mobile phone hacking, exoplanet detection, and wearable tech.
Learn more about Girls Do Hack 2014
Science Hack Day
Science Hack Day returned to Chicago on April 12-13! We had an epic 30 hour hackathon as software developers, designers, scientists and educators came together to create and prototype amazingly unexpected hacks. At the Adler's first Science Hack Day, hacks ranged from mind reading video games to Galaxy karaoke–so we expected the unexpected.
Learn more about our 2014 Science Hack Day
Random Hacks of Kindness Junior
On Sunday, April 27, teams of middle-schoolers assembled at the Adler to address some of the most complex challenges facing our society. Working alongside local charities and web developers, these young innovators learned more about local community needs and helped design practical, open source technology solutions.
Civic Hack Day
On Saturday May 31, 2014 the Adler held it's second annual Civic Hack Day as part of the National Day of Civic Hacking. At the event citizens of all ages worked together to improve our communities by developing technology-based solutions to civic issues.
Check out the projects from Civic Hack 2014