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Profiling hacked biotech equipment (made cheaper and more accessible), world-changing iGEM projects, and online group experiments.

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  1. ON EXPERIMENTING WITH OTHERS. THE RISE OF DIWO SCIENCE ERI GENTRY| [email_address] | @ERIGENTRY
  2. WWBD? What would Bill (Gates) do? “If I were a teenager today, I’d be hacking biology… Creating artificial life with DNA synthesis. That’s sort of the equivalent of machine-language programming.” - In an interview by Steven Levy, author of Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution
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  4. Growing Communities of Citizen Scientists
  5. A collaborative, collegiate environment. BioCurious doesn’t take IP. A place for education, collaboration, and innovation . Biotech: today, cheap enough to exist outside of university and corporate labs. And people are interested! What we need is a place to work, learn and have fun… safely. This is what BioCurious will bring. BioCurious? Experiment with friends. The Bay Area Community lab / non-profit Biotech hackerspace.
  6. Biohacks: fun and function
  7. Webcam Microscope
  8. Open Source Scanning-Tunneling Electron Microscope (STM) Sacha De'Angeli
  9. The Dremelfuge Cathal Garvey
  10. Pearl Biotech Tito Jankowski
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  12. Homemade Incubator
  13. DIY Microbial Fuel Cell Abbie Groff
  14. Homemade Clean Bench
  15. Homemade Shaker
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  17. First iGEM competition, Summer 2004 5 teams
  18. 2010 iGEM competition 130 teams, 2000 partcipants
  19. 2009 Winners: Cambridge E. Chromi: Pigment-changing bacteria
  20. University of Virginia 2009 iGEM team The “Arsenic Sponge.” GOOD! Arsenic. BAD!
  21. 2008 Winners: Slovenia H. Pylori Vaccine
  22. Open Source Standard Biological Parts
  23. $235 Ginkgo BioWorks and New England BioLabs
  24. “ Dry” group experiments
  25. This is your brain. This is your brain on butter. (no offense)
  26. Butter Mind . 21 days. 45 participants asking “will eating butter make me smarter?” Seems like. But, like any good research study, we’re doing it again. Butter Mind 2 coming soon…
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  28. You’re invited!: SpikerBox – Neuroscience for everyone Wed, March 9 th , 6.30p @ Hacker Dojo. more at meetup.com/biocurious
  29. THE END biocurious.org [email_address] | @erigentry

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