August 8, 2016
Here are your DIYbio events for the remainder of the week.
On Monday, Minneapolis has local chemist Dan B show and test out some biochemistry card games in the making, and Oakland teaches people to use free online tools to design and visualize DNA constructs as part of their Biohacking Academy.
On Tuesday, Amsterdam has a biotic game workshop, to get people started into the world of biohacking through their Biohack Academy, Madison has Josiah Zayner (via Google Hangouts) discussing CRISPR at home, and Sunnyvale continues their quantum salinity detector project.
On Wednesday, Amsterdam has you capturing your own microbial “pets” through the red light district, Brooklyn starts a two session workshop on growing your own textiles, and Oakland continues its Open Insulin project and fun fermentation.
On Thursday, Baltimore does a short lab skills workshop on restriction digests, Cambridge continues discussions on building a biomakespace, Sunnyvale continues their bioprinter project, and Toronto continues their study of Herron and Freeman’s Evolutionary Analysis
Finally, on Saturday, Baltimore continues its Build-a-Gene workshop guided by Lisa Scheifle, covering cutting edge gene manipulation technologies including CRISPR, and Denver begins two days of hands on synthetic biology with their Bio-Bootcamp
Friday, August 12
Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Other events coming up
Sunday, September 11
Oakland, CA, USA
Saturday, September 17
Austin, TX, USA
Monday, September 19
Friday, September 23-Sunday, September 25
Oakland, CA, USA
Monday, September 26
Somerville, MA, USA
Saturday October 22- Sunday, October 30
Here is a recent hardware activity at MN DIYbio
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 email@example.com. 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.