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Urs Gaudenz, Switzerland – 1971

Urs Gaudenz is microengineer and worked for Swiss high tech companies in the field of micro sensor technology ( and brushless motor control. With his solid background in electronics, mechanics and software he is working in an concurrent style between the disciplines. After several years of experience as a consultant in innovation management he is now engaged as lecturer for product innovation at the Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts. He built his first diy microscopes based on a webcam and a cheap digital camera during a workshop with Marc in Berlin. His aim is to evolve towards more balanced collaborative entities in social action, business and technology.

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  2. […] Biolab. While the peeps in Amsterdam are building the newest version of the Hackstage made by gaudi, to build their own DIY […]

  3. […] We tested different PCR thermocyclers, a commercial T3000 and the two homemade PCRs made by Urs. We tested a sample of e.coli using a primer for the tuf gene, distrubuted the sample into all the […]

  4. […] and other stinky-fish enthusiasts came together; Urs Gaudenz, dusjagr aka Marc Dusseiller, Gian Gaudenz and Tuuli Utriainen, and we also got some visitors from the Argovian media for an insight interview […]

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