DIYbio at Maker Faire this weekend in San Mateo, CA
May 28, 2009
Want to see a gel box in action or extract DNA from your saliva? Come by the DIYbio booth at Maker Faire this weekend. DIYbio SF is in the main Expo Hall on Saturday and Sunday, ready to spark your imagination!
I’ll also be giving a talk on gasoline made from sugar cane, houses grown from trees, and chairs made of ivory — from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday, Stage B at the Maker Faire. Interested? Come on by!
DIYbio In Action!
Saturday + Sunday (May 30 and 31)
San Mateo County Expo Center
3:00 – 4:00 pm Saturday
Stage B, Maker Faire
If you’ve seen our booth at Maker Faire — sign up for our mailing list at Google Groups – DIYbio SF
Also check out another Maker Faire group — they build remote control replicas of WWII submarines, arm them with BB gun cannons powered by CO2, and battle until only one floats the winner!
Hi, I am frustrated with current rheumatalogical tests available to my doctors. I have an idiopathic effusion of only one knee that no one can diagnose. Its a wierd one. Just Polys. 20K-45K/CC for a 2.5 years. Will the quest for understanding this sort of medical anomaly be the target of the DIY Bio effort?
I am interested.
Check out Sky News’ feature on DIYbio at skynews.com: http://tiny.cc/moIyK
Also, explore Kay Aull’s lab with our clickable video-graphic: http://tiny.cc/qcJ20