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£1m GCRF grant awarded for open source, 3D-printed microscopes
Dr Richard Bowman, SynBio Fund grantee and now a 50th Anniversary Research Fellow at the University Bath, is collaborating with colleagues in Cambridge and at STICLab in Tanzania to develop 3D-printed open hardware for science. The group have just been awarded a £1m grant to drive forward their work.
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WaterScope wins Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award
WaterScope, led by Dr Alexander Patto (NanoPhotonics Centre), is a not-for-profit, impact driven company spun out of research conducted within the Department of Physics by Dr Richard Bowman and collaborators.
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Café Synthetique: synbio and open technologies for development
Café Synthetique is the monthly meetup for the Cambridge synthetic biology community with informal talks, discussion and pub snacks.
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