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Overview of transdisciplinary approach bridging art and science in the global hackteria network.
Concrete examples of building low-cost scientific laboratory equiment.
Various DIY electronics for data logging.
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Overview of transdisciplinary approach bridging art and science in the global hackteria network.
Concrete examples of building low-cost scientific laboratory equiment.
Various DIY electronics for data logging.
what is art?

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UGM 2022: Open Source Biological Art and DIY / DIWO Scientific Instruments

  1. 1. Hackteria | SGMK | GaudiLabs | GOSH ...and Coconuts!!! From Open Source Biological Art to DIY/DIWO Scientific Instruments Dr. Marc R. Dusseiller aka dusjagr https://hackteria.org/wiki/Dusjagr Open Science Hardware Data Loggers, UGM – April 2022
  2. 2. What has this to do with Coconuts?
  3. 3. Workshops for Artists, Kids and Geeks
  4. 4. SGMK MechArtLab since 2006
  5. 5. Maker, Art & Tech Workshops for Kids
  6. 6. NanoLabCourses, FHNW, Muttenz, 08-12 Lab Courses for Students in LifeScience Technology DIY Microfluidics Paper based Sensors Make Your Own NanoLab The „first“ microscopes
  7. 7. DIY / DIWO Do It Yourself / Do It With Others Why Making is not Hacking
  8. 8. Make Something Useful (or funny… or good enough!) From DIY to DIWO - Do It With Others Collaborative Development Create Something Beautiful Hack the Planet!!
  9. 9. Open Source Biological Art DIY Biology Generic Laboratory Infrastructure Global Network Radical Transdisciplinarity
  10. 10. DIY microscopy Repositioning of the lens turns a cheap webcam into a microscope
  11. 11. DIY microscopy Build a stable stage for fine focusing, example from ArtSci BLR
  12. 12. Continuity, Openness and Sharing
  13. 13. Continuity, Openness and Sharing
  14. 14. Automated OpenFlexure Microscope https://openflexure.org/
  15. 15. How I How I Stopped Stopped Started to Worry Started to Worry
  16. 16. Haemocytometer – PS3 Eye Hacks Collaboration with Akbar Nur Arofatullah / Lifepatch and UGM, Yogyakarta. Ongoing since 2010… still alive
  17. 17. What kinda strange fruit is this?
  18. 18. Incubator – Egg Breeding
  19. 19. The Community Dense choreography of Setting up a Lab-Space Field Trips Symposia Collaborative Prototyping Massive Workshopology Exhibition HackteriaLab 2014 - Yogyakarta
  20. 20. DIY Laboratory Infrastructure Open Source Hardware for Citizen Science Urs Gaudenz – GaudiLabs 2015
  21. 21. Product? Kit or no Kit? Workshopology!
  22. 22. Opening the Black Box study it, learn, reflect - Hack it! Thinking outside of the Box First you got to study what's in the Box
  23. 23. From Innovation to Disnovation Translation, Adoptation, Implementation
  24. 24. It's a website (and a wiki) http://hackteria.org/wiki/Generic_Lab_Equipment http://hackteria.org/wiki/Generic_Lab_Equipment Hackteria Wiki – Large resource, but hard to find stuff
  25. 25. Appropedia.org – Open Source Lab https://www.appropedia.org/Open-source_Lab
  26. 26. Bioelectronix @ cellsbutton#03, 2009 Bioelectronix @ cellsbutton#03, 2009
  27. 27. HackteriaLab 2011, Switzerland The Retreat Collaborative and quite week in a 12th Century Monastry
  28. 28. Jugaad PCR Thermocycler Cheap PCR thermocycler from hacked hairdryer // in progress... Bengt Sjolen (SE), Mac Cowell (US), Sachiko Hirosue (JP/CH)
  29. 29. Pocket PCR https://github.com/GaudiLabs/PocketPCR
  30. 30. Pocket PCR https://gaudishop.ch/
  31. 31. From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost
  32. 32. From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost
  33. 33. From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost From Low-Cost to (almost) No-Cost
  34. 34. GOSH Board and DIY Spectrophotometer GOSH board for prototyping your own Spectrometer
  35. 35. Turbidity Meter V x.01.c292 https://github.com/GenericLab/TurbiGnUSB
  36. 36. DIY Gel Electrophoresis Box Separation of DNA fragments in electric field by size/charge, or food coloring :-) dusjagr
  37. 37. GeneGun Version 1 – looks cool, but not so functional Rüdiger Trojok, Freiburg/Copenhagen/Berlin WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  38. 38. Open Fiber Spectrometer http://www.gaudi.ch/GaudiLabs/?page_id=825
  39. 39. From Prototype BioPrinter to ... https://hackteria.org/wiki/DIY_Micro_Dispensing_and_Bio_Printing
  40. 40. OpenDrop http://www.gaudi.ch/OpenDrop/
  41. 41. OpenDrop http://www.gaudi.ch/OpenDrop/
  42. 42. OpenDrop http://www.gaudi.ch/OpenDrop/
  43. 43. https://reseq.hackteria.org/
  44. 44. HUMUS Sapiens – Open Soil Research https://mikrobiomik.org/en/projects/humus-sapiens
  45. 45. UROŠ - ROŠA Ubiquitous Rural/Regional Open Science Hardware & Art
  46. 46. UROŠ - ROŠA CO2 Soil Respiration Chambers First tests with MH-Z16 & MH-Z19, NDIR CO2 sensors ( 25$)
  47. 47. UROŠ - ROŠA CO2 Soil Respiration Chambers
  48. 48. UROŠ - ROŠA CO2 Soil Respiration Chambers https://gitlab.com/nanocastro/camara-respiracion-suelo/
  49. 49. UROŠ - ROŠA New CO2 Soil Respiration Chambers https://www.hackteria.org/wiki/Testing_and_hacking_the_SCD_41
  50. 50. GOSH – Global Open Science Hardware http://openhardware.science/
  51. 51. Open Science is here to stay *Jean-Claude Burgelman (Head of Unit Science Policy, Foresight and Data, at European Commission) Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou - http://www.projetsoha.org/ Conference: Biohacking in the Medical Field - Yaoundé, May2017
  52. 52. GOSH – Global Open Science Hardware http://openhardware.science/
  53. 53. GOSH – AfricaOSH, 13th - 15th April 2018 http://www.africaosh.com/ https://forum.openhardware.science/ appel à la traduction
  54. 54. GOSH 2018 – Shenzhen https://openhardware.science/
  55. 55. GOSH – Global Gathering 2022 https://gathering2022.openhardware.science/

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