Diffusion Science radio: Biohacking Citizen Science

Biohacking Citizen Science


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Epidermal electronics and Lego Atomic Force Microscopes by Ian Woolf,
Andreas Siagian talk about his Indonesian Citizen Science Initiative and Hackteria,
Andrew Tuckwell talks about hacking synthetic biology competitions, IGEM and BIOMOD.
Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf

MC10 Stretchable electronics - Biotattoo
Lego2Nano Summer School
UCL students build low-cost, Arduino-powered, Lego atomic force microscope
First visualisation of the DNA double helix in water
Make Block
Toy AFM made from Lego to teach how they work

Dorkbot Sydney
Hackteria
LifePatch
Andraes Siagian's blog

IGEM Synthetic Biology based on standard parts
BIOMOD molecular design competition


June 2, 2014

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