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Science Makers: 3D Printing for Science - Saturday 5 May

last modified Apr 26, 2018 03:33 PM
SynBio SRI Join us on Saturday 5 May for Science Makers: 3D Printing for Science! This will also be a great opportunity to share ideas and find collaborators for Biomaker Challenge 2018

3D printing opens up a world of custom science instrumentation that can be instantly shared and fabricated around the world. It has been used to build precision microscopes and alignment tools, modify all manner of standard lab kit, visualise 3D structures from imaging data and more.

In this Science Makers, we'll look at a whole range of ideas for 3D printing in science with both plastics and biomaterials. There will be an opportunity to try out some activities and play with hardware in the afternoon following lunch. Please bring along anything 3D-printed that you would like to show and tell!

Science Makers is a monthly event to discuss and build low-cost, DIY and open hardware for science and education.

 

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