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It is full-summer and mango season in Bangalore with room temperatures reaching the 30s, and we are enjoying the India-Indonesia Residency and BIO-DESIGN for the REAL WORLD meet up at (Art)ScienceBLR. Iyok, Dholy from Lifepatch and Nopel who works on the Lajur 14 project have arrived, joining Sachiko who had arrived in time for the sensors, probes and detectors course.
It has not yet been a week, but we have visited some markets, looking for materials, electronic and for the kitchen lab of Dholy, who has already started kombucha cultures. Food-sampling is definitely on the agenda. We tried circular chromatographies of soil and sediment sample collection at (Art)ScienceBLR. We had a chance to catch up on the projects here in Bangalore, and cocomake7 audio boot loader, the cocomake7 kit, and in the meanwhile, we built a 8 bit mix tape neo.
We also visited the NCBS campus meeting scientists and learning about research from gene regulation, emergent behaviours, to fly VR set ups (see more on biodesign.cc website).
We are on our way to preparing for a big open house and second workshop – planning at least one concert, field trips… more coming soon.
Going on now in GaudiLabs, Luzern, Suisse! Stay tuned for more info about the processes and experiments, discussions and great food together. Find more about the wild Open PCR on the wiki Documentation For the documentation of the event and lab-notebook, Stefan has been exploring the use of the online platform Benchling.org
Another great session in Tokyo! Thanks Take! See our new tumblr to follow future editions of How To Eat (Almost) Anything. inspired by HTGAA HTEAA Tokyo 2017 – Menu / Syllabus Lesson 1 – Micro: Euglena Ramen Lesson 2 – Small Insects (and frog): Myanmar Cuisine Lesson 3 – Big Animals: Raw Goat Balls and […]
チーズのための基本的なレシピ Tonite another session on Cheesemaking and CRISPR-geeking! Part of the Lifepatch, Hackteria, Bioclub「JAMU Party」hosted at Loftwork, Shibuya, Tokio. Find the Fanzine Cheese-making booklet here. Or directly download the .pdf in Japanese (thx to Yumi for translateion) or English. We are hosting an evening of discussions and hands-on experiments bridging topics of traditional fermentation (cheese […]
Biology and technology are currently believed to be the essence of the future. It is an exciting time to learn about both, the study of life and the application of science, because soon they will open new doors that we did not even know existed. Adeline Seah, a Singaporean biologist, bio-hacker and wildlife conversationalist paired […]
Finally it’s time to spread some tardigrade crazyness to Japan! It’s happening, dusjagr joins Lifepatch for a series of workshops “Rumah dan Halaman”, with Andreas, Ade and Dholy, during February 2017, mostly hosted in Tokyo at ICC, co-organized through Japan Foundation, and visits to YCAM, BioClub, FabCafe Tokyo and Loftwork, and hopefully many more interesting […]
Another great gathering in Yogyakarta, bringing together friends from lifepatch and the Berlin Biohacker, Rüdiger Trojok, with our partners from lab311, Prof. Kwanwoo Shin and his students from Sogang University, Seoul, for doing a workshop on 3D printing and a bit of tempeh fermentation, during a workshop hosted at Sanata Dharma University, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. […]