Aqua men and women put Akron on Erie Hack map

| May 1, 2017

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Two teams from the University of Akron hope to make a splash at this week's Erie Hack, a hackathon-style event, where engineers, scientists, researchers, coders and data and water experts try to solve Lake Erie's challenges.

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