Biohackers are about open-access to science, not DIY pandemics

STAT article by Daniel Grushkin on biohacking This is an article written by Daniel Grushkin, CEO of Genspace, in response to a recent NY Times piece that was scaremongering about “biohackers”. Daniel takes the time here to really explain what biohackers try to achieve and the purpose of “hacker spaces”, i.e. community labs. My mossy work […]

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The Stuff of Life

Excited about this book I have just received as a present. The Stuff of Life, a graphic guide to genetics and DNA. The blurb from Amazon: Let’s face it: From adenines to zygotes, from cytokinesis to parthenogenesis, even the basics of genetics can sound utterly alien. So who better than an alien to explain it all? […]

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Co-lab – Open Science School

Co-lab – Open Science School The beauty of the Open Science School’s Co-labs lies in their interdisciplinary and experimental nature. Open to all – designers, artists, engineers, researchers, enthusiasts – you name it. I will be attending the upcoming Co-lab in London and would like to draw your attention to the next event on biomaterials […]

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