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Science Makers: sensor networks
This month we're looking at sensor networks. Hear from researchers building and using sensor networks for science and get hands-on in the afternoon working on a project.
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Science Makers: Colour - science and senses
This month Science Makers be looking a colour - measuring it, creating it and being creative with it.
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Science Makers: DIY DNA Part 1 - Reading DNA
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is an essential technique in molecular biology. During this Science Makers, we'll learn about PCR, extract DNA from your choice of plant and assess relatedness to other plants.
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Science Makers: open hardware for STEM education
Science Makers is a monthly event to discuss and build low-cost, DIY and open hardware for science and education.
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Science Makers: drones for science
Science Makers is a monthly event to discuss and build low-cost, DIY and open hardware for science and education.
Science Makers: Programming with DNA
During this Science Makers, we'll learn about how to programme a logic gate with DNA and express it in a 'cell-free extract' that can translate it into a protein. We'll then visualise the results using DIY open hardware that we'll construct on the day.
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Science Makers: Molecular Gastronomy
Lab equipment and chemistry has made its way into the kitchen - with water baths, centrifuges, freeze dryers, 3D printers and more now involved in gastronomic creations. During this session, we'll hear about some of the techniques and try them out, as well as discussing cheap ways to 'hack' or create DIY equipment.
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Science Makers: control machines with your brain
Electrical impulses control our muscles and neurons, we'll find out how to amplify them and what that can teach us - plus we'll get hands on controlling Arduinos remotely with our minds (or muscles).
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Science Makers: Learn physical computing with Venus flytraps
Science Makers is a monthly event to discuss and build low-cost, DIY and open hardware for science and education. All are welcome for the talks, making or both! This month we'll be looking at data, sensors and closing the loop.
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Science Makers: Internet of Science Things
There is a new wave of sciences tools coming - science is getting connected in the lab and in the field through Internet of Things technologies, sensor networks, open source designs and protocols and more.
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