The Dutch Do It Yourself Biology (DIY Bio) community a growing movement of citizen scientists working with biology hosted by the Waag Society's Open Wetlab. Meeting topics are about the tools to do biology, such as hardware, software, wetware and DIY protocols. Invited speakers present their projects and/or insights. Please feel free to join and learn.

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  • December 17 · 6:00 PM

    DITBio #13: Personal algae production

    13 DIY Biologists

    Algae are remarkable creatures capable of converting the power of the sun into life. No wonder that they are quickly becoming one of the most favorite workhorses in... Learn more
  • December 16 · 6:00 PM

    Discussion night with Open Wetlab

    9 DIY Biologists

    On Tuesday 16 December 2014 the Open Wetlab of Waag Society and the Athena Institute of VU in Amsterdam are organising a special open night. There are three topics that... Learn more
  • December 2 · 5:00 PM

    Open Wetlab = Open

    7 DIY Biologists

    The Open Wetlab is a laboratory for open source and creative biotechnology. Bioartists, biodesigners and biohackers: join us every Tuesday from 17:00h till 21:30h for... Learn more
  • November 25 · 7:00 PM

    Open Wetlab Safety & Introduction Course

    8 DIY Biologists

    Want to do experiments in the Open Wetlab? Join the safety training in order to know your way around the lab. We'll give you the ins and outs on how to work safely in a... Learn more
  • November 25 · 5:00 PM

    Open Wetlab = Open

    5 DIY Biologists

    The Open Wetlab is a laboratory for open source and creative biotechnology. Bioartists, biodesigners and biohackers: join us every Tuesday from 17:00h till 21:30h for... Learn more
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