The International Diagnostics Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is organising an open challenge crowd-sourcing contest to create open-access AMR resources. In this contest, they are asking participants to submit multiple-choice questions (MCQs), infographics, and/or images related to AMR. The focus should be on antimicrobial resistance, but they are particularly interested in examples that highlight the role of clinical diagnostics in AMR. The goal of the contest is to engage the public to think more critically about this major public health issue and obtain urgently needed resources on AMR that can then be shared with and used by medical students, physicians, infectious disease researchers, and other healthcare professionals. Entries will be reviewed by experts in the field of public health and medicine, allowing you to tap into existing networks of AMR specialists. People who submit exceptional entries may win prizes such as Amazon and Visa gift cards, iRoomba, Kindle Paperwhite, and Amazon ECHO.