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DIYbio events for the week beginning February 21

February 20, 2016

scstowell

Here are your DIYbio events for the week.  On Sunday, Durham meets for show and tell, with a featured iGEM discussion, Oakland continues its Open Insulin project.  On Monday, Brooklyn begins its Biohacker Bootcamp course, Cork holds a conference on the future axioms of synthetic biology, accessible  through livestreaming, and Sunnyvale continues its quantum salinity detector work, using surface plasmon resonance.  On Tuesday, Amsterdam plans its collaborative monthly project cycle., Minneapolis shows how to do DNA extraction, and discusses further direction of their efforts, Oakland has a social, and Somerville is working on their projects.  On Wednesday, Durham continues its study sessions of MITs Principles of Synthetic Biology course offered through eDX,  London has a welcoming session,  Oakland continues with its fun fermentation, as well as its Open Insulin work.  San Diego continues its lab work emphasizing algae, Sunnyvale continues its course on biochemistry for newbies, as well as continuing their project on building a fluorescence microscope, and Vancouver has an open lab, where there will be a discussion of techniques and systems in development for supporting life beyond low earth orbit.  On Thursday, Baltimore will have a discussion from new members involved in a startup company developing a microfluidic product,  Ljubljana has an open day,  welcoming you to participate in their projects, London is featuring a presentation from Professor Doug Yu on the use of bioinformatics methods to assess biodiversity, Melbourne is asking for help to finish their lab, while building a glassware drying rack, Montreal is having an open lab night, Somerville coninues their study sessions on the eDX synthetic biology course, and Sunnyvale continues work on their community bioprinter project.  On Friday, North York has video lectures on the immune system and cancer.  On Saturday, Longwood continues work on its lab,  San Diego has an open lab, another group in San Diego carries on a bioinformatics study group, and Seattle is helping beginners study neurobiology through sheep’s brain dissection.

Sunday, February 21
Durham, NC, USA
Oakland, CA, USA

Monday, February 22
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Cork, IE
Sunnyvale, CA, USA

Tuesday, February 23
Amsterdam, NLD
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Oakland, CA, USA
Somerville, MA, USA

Wednesday, February 24
Durham, NC, USA
London, UK
Oakland, CA, USA
Oakland, CA, USA
San Diego, CA, USA
Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Vancouver, BC, CAN

Thursday, February 25
Baltimore, MD, USA
Ljubljana, SVN
London, UK
Melbourne, VIC, AUS
Montreal, QC, CAN
Somerville, MA, USA
Sunnyvale, CA, USA

Friday, February 26
North York, ON, CAN

Saturday, February 27
Longwood, FL, USA
San Diego, CA, USA
San Diego, CA, USA
Seattle, WA, USA

Other events coming up

Sunday, February 28
Charlottesville, VA, USA
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Oakland, CA, USA

Monday, February 29
Oakland, CA, USA
Sunnyvale, CA, USA

Tuesday, March 1
Sunnyvale, CA, USA

Thursday, March 3
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Ljubljana, SVN

Saturday, March 12
Austin, TX, USA
Austin, TX, USA

Monday, March 14
Austin, TX, USA

Tuesday-Wednesday, March 15-16
Madrid, Spain

Thursday-Friday, March 17-18
Boston, MA, USA

Wednesday-Friday, April 6-8
London, UK

To see when the next event is in your area, check the full list of usual suspects. Don’t see one near you? Why not have your own and get it posted here? Tell us about it by emailing events@diybio.org. It would be great to post some photos of your event somewhere. We’d love to see them. We do have some guidelines for what is posted, and are not capturing every event within the community.

 

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