MONTCLAIR, NJ – Google recently teamed up with local web developers to launch a campaign called 'Solve for X'. As part of the first qualifying event for North Jersey, the Google Developer’s Group (GDG) is participating in a global initiative to attract the best and the brightest in science and technology. The goal is for local inventors who are working on ways to solve some of the world’s problems to gain national exposure through the Google brand.

The first of the series of events across the tri-state area takes place at Montclair State University on December 11 at 6pm.

Participants are asked to submit ‘moonshots’, which are ideas that would, if executed, be able to solve some of the world’s problems.

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Do you or someone you know have an idea for solving the Ebola crisis, a cancer cure or better yet, a new water filtration method? If so, then now’s the time to pitch your ideas to the GDG North Jersey for a chance to be named among the North Jersey four finalists.

GDG North Jersey was selected as 1 of 12 sites in the world and 1 of only 2 in the USA to host an SFX as part of Google's first ever series of partner led events. At this event, participants will present their breakthrough solutions to huge problems in the world.

This event is open to anyone who would like to attend.

Due to popular demand, additional dates across the tri-state area have opened up. Follow the link below and click on "Submit Your Moonshot" to submit your concept and be considered for inclusion in the lineup. 

Submissions for events are being accepted at Google NYC and The Grommet (Boston vicinity).

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