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Biomaker Challenge 2018

last modified Apr 19, 2018 12:35 PM
Applications now open for the 2018 Biomaker Challenge! Whether you're a previous participant interested in continuing your project or curious to get involved for the first time, we're keen to hear from you!

BIOMAKER.ORG   2018

Electronics : 3dPrint : Sensors :Instrumentation : Biology

Apply now for 2018 Biomaker Challenge!

Learn more and apply here by 11 May 2018

Synthetic Biology meets the real world

This website contains descriptions of interdisciplinary team-based projects that explore the intersection of electronics, 3D printing, sensor technology, low cost DIY instrumentation and biology - and policy workshops and outreach events. These projects aim to build open technologies and promote development of research skills and collaborations. They tap into existing open standards and a rich ecosystem of resources for microcontrollers, first established to simplify programming and physical computing for designers, artists and scientists. These resources provide a simple environment for biologists to learn programming and hardware skills, and develop real-world laboratory tools. Further, the Biomaker projects provide a direct route for physical scientists and engineers to get hands-on experience with biological systems.

More details on https://www.biomaker.org/

 https://mailchi.mp/4cc97b364d17/mark-your-calendars-great-synbio-events-coming-up-1467969?e=06929db169

 

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