During these weeks we had many visits and meetings with our HackteriaLab 2014 partners in UGM. It’s nice how much support and interest they have for our interdisciplinary open collaboration approach! Since our first microscopy workshops at UGM, this collaboration has endured and grown into many different branches.
“A community of scientist led by Irfan D. Prijambada and Donny Widianto, lecturers at Faculty of Agriculture Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta. The community is represented by Nur Akbar Arofatullah, also a member of lifepatch, and also several students, have been working in close collaboration with lifepatch members for several years. Several examples of art and science collaboration projects between them are Bio-ethanol fermentation and Jogja River Project.
more about HackteriaLab 2014:
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find more info on the hackteria wiki in Englishi and on the lifepatch wiki in Indonesian
… stay tuned for updates
after 5 years of activities of the hackteria framework, a global network of enthusiasts in bridging biology with art, hacking and DIY strategies, we would love to invite you all for local get-together with the regional people in Switzerland.
All of you have participated, contributed and shared interest in our recent activities, and we would like [...]
Ob Animationen aus Hefedrucken, hausgemachte DNA-Extraktion, Agar-Siedlungen für Bakterien oder cisgen- manipuliertes Gebäck im POP-UP Labor konnten die vielfältigen Möglichkeiten des DIY-BioHackings ausprobiert werden. BioHacker aus verschiedenen Teilen Europas kamen nach Dresden, um ihre künstlerischen und gesellschaftskritischen Projekte zu präsentieren und Workshops während des CYNETART-Festivals 2013 anzubieten. Text and Video by Katharina Groß
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We are currently updating our server and databases. stay tuned, hackteria wiki is ready for editing soon…
Denisa Kera just published an article about new bottom-up involvements using tinkering and design as models for both research and public engagement with synthetic biology and nanotechnology…
• Novel forms of public engagement in bio and nanotechnologies in the DIYbio and Hackerspaces.
• Decentralized, participatory, and design oriented practices based on open science and open access paradigms.
Why does Maribor need us?
We have heard about maaaaany problems with Rats in Maribor. So we thought we should come over and do something about it….
… and they eat babies!
First thing to do, is a bit of reading. Luckily my friend Mac Cowell, DIYbio, recently blogged about this book:
Full Revelations of a Professional Rat-Catcher, [...]