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Could Open Research benefit Cambridge University researchers? An Open Technology Week event report
The Office of Scholarly Communication report on their event as part of Open Technology Week, where 50 researchers can together to discuss Open Research ideas and moving beyond compliance with funders’ policies on Open Access and research data sharing.
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Open Science Hardware in the Developing World
In the developing world it’s difficult to get and maintain the hi-tech equipment we associate with modern laboratories. But could open-science hardware provide a lifeline? Rachel Brazil of PhysicsWorld investigates, highlighting several members of our synthetic biology community!
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Open Technology Week
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Open Technology Week, Cambridge, 8-15 June 2016
Open Technology Week will take place across the city between 8-15 June 2016, culminating in a gathering and open source maker faire at the Cambridge University Engineering Department on 15 June.
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Open Technology Workshop and Biomaker Fayre 2017
This Workshop and Biomaker Fayre as part of Open Technology Week will showcase and celebrate open and open source technologies for research and education developed across Cambridge and beyond.
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Register now for Sensors Day - part of Open Technology Week 2017
Sensors Day will showcase highlights of sensor research and applications from all areas of science and technology.
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Register now to Exhibit at the Biomaker Fayre
Bring your demos! If you have an interesting project using open technologies, created as part of the Biomaker Challenge, or independently, you are invited to exhibit it at the Biomaker Fayre during Open Technology Week.
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Science Make-a-thon
The advance of open source software, open hardware systems such as Arduino, alongside 3D printing technologies and open biological tools, is boosting a maker ethos in science. Come along and try your hand at solving design challenges using open source technologies.
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Technology for the Bottom Billion Workshop - Call for Contributions
Cambridge is a global leader in science and technology, and advances pioneered in Cambridge have impacted significantly on the lives of the world’s poorest and most marginalised people. This workshop brings together people who are evolving innovative technological responses to challenges faced by people who live on less than $2 per day.
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