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The size of things

Because we are talking so often about “how big are these beasts?” during the microscopy workshops. embedding this beautiful animation here: Copyright 2012. Magnifying the Universe by Number Sleuth. or another one can be found here. You need a more recent version of Adobe Flash Player.

Jogja River Project 2012 #2 Winongo River

Jogja River Project 2012 #2 Winongo River  (JRP 2012) is a collaborative project between with 30 friends from several communities from Yogyakarta.   This project is a continuation of the Jogja River Expedition 2011 which took place in Code river,  Yogyakarta. In the second project, JRP 2012, took place along the riverbanks area of Winongo […]

Hackteria @ SHARE conference, Belgrade

We are happy to be able to present at this year’s edition of SHARE conference in Belgrade. Scheduled on friday 13:00, is a presentation of hackteria as a project, a framework, a network, a website, an idea. Planned was dusjagr and yashas, but we’ll have maybe a surprise guest, cos visa / yashas issues. Additionally, […]

Rüdiger Trojok

Rüdiger Trojok studied molecular biology at the University of Potsdam and the University of Freiburg in Germany and currently he is working on his Master thesis about synthetic systems biology at the DTU, Denmark. He specialized on cellbiology and bioengineering and participated in the iGEM contests in 2009 and 2011 – the second time with […]

Hacked bioLED full instructions

Materials I finally got around of writing a proper instructions for the bioLED hacking workshop. This mini-workshop is great to be done also at clubs, late at night. All you need is some fresh plankton / daphnia cultures, which can be usually purchase in a pet-shop as life food for aquarium fish. Then you need […]

Birch tree sap tapping

Thanks to our inspiration from Finland, we were trying to tap some of the birch trees around the house, all with live stream to aalto media factory in helsinki. Interesting links sent were the birchboys and a great instruction by the university of alaska on scientific Birch-Tree-Tapping. After long discussion on the ethics of tree […]

Hackteria’s Hagen Lectures 2012

Lectures, Saturday 14. April 2012 After an evening of molten cheese eating-frenzy, we continue into the night with a series of spontaneous un-conference like lectures on topics choosen by the people present. Participants: Marc Dusseiller (host) Sachiko Hirosue Urs Gaudenz, GaudiLabs Denisa Kera, DIYbio Singapore,, “fMRI scans & DNA data” Alejo Duque (maybe remote […]

DIYbio article and interview in Neue Zürcher Zeitung

An article in today’s issue of NZZ (4. April 2012 Neue Zürcher Zeitung) gives a nice overview of the amateur biologist scene in LA. The journalist Lena Stallmach visited the people from LA biohackers in their own space/lab (which is currently in boxes, prepared for the move to a bigger space) and describes their working […]