[Brmlab] DIY Bio links

Dalibor Tomko dalibor.tomko at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 14:14:29 CEST 2010


Ahoj!
Abych vas jeste trochu nalakal na pristi utery, preposilam cerstvou
hromadu odkazu k DIY Bio, od kolegy z MIT Media Lab, ktery delal o
danem tematu na Fab6 konferenci osvetu. A prestavam spamovat :)
alwalda

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From: Jean-Baptiste LABRUNE <labrune at media.mit.edu>

Dear All,
here is the link to some ressources I mentionned during our Fab foo
session during Fab6.nl conference about the opportunity of creating a
wet lab in a fablab and of the potential relationships between the two
networks.
http://diybio.org/
http://www.biocurious.org
http://hackteria.org/
Cooking for geeks http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596805890
a rapid poster i made about DIY Bio Kits:
http://web.media.mit.edu/~labrune/estives/biokit/
http://2010.igem.org
http://www.openwetware.org
http://bosslab.org/
http://diybionyc.blogspot.com/
ARS Electronica Futurelab Wet Lab in the Fablab:
http://www.aec.at/futurelab_about_en.php ( contact irene.posch at aec.at
)
http://biodisplay.tyrell.hu/
http://www.artsgenomics.org/
http://bio.tmplab.org/
http://www.heybrian.com/
A lot of good idea of projects, things to do were discussed during
this meeting, among them, doing a bio inventory of items and machines
to start a wet lab, lots of good idea of machines for biological
research to make. Now it could be nice maybe to create a page
somewhere to link to bio resources in the fab network.
Cheers,
Jb
--
http://web.media.mit.edu/~labrune/
Jean-Baptiste LABRUNE
Tangible Media Group
MIT Media Lab
20 Ames St E14-464C
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA



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