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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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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: 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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SRI activities showcased at Science Hackday PDX
Science Makers and SynBio Fund projects were showcased at Science Hackday PDX, 7-8 Oct, an interdisciplinary event in Portland to create engagement with open tools and software.
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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: 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: 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: building better microscopes
Last year we heard from Brad Amos on smartphone cameras for microscopy and the marvellous WaterScope on their 3D-printed, Raspberry Pi camera. This year we're stepping up a notch to look at DIY approaches to better microscopes, from automation to novel imaging techniques and even some more expensive (not so DIY) kit that illustrates benefits of custom approaches to imaging.
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Science Makers: sensing with chemicals
From building electronic noses to detectors for toxic chemicals, chemical sensing is really useful and it’s becoming easier thanks to the availability of off-the-shelf components and microprocessors like Arduino. In this meeting we’ll delve into the art and science of chemical sensing.
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