Open Wetlab = Open

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 our open lab evening. Bring your own experiment, get to know the lab and/or join projects. Curious about what's possible? Read the Open Wetlab FAQ to find out.

It is very helpful for us if you mail the Open Wetlab about your visit, or RSVP to this meetup event!

The Open Wetlab is located at the first floor of the Waag. More information about the activities of the Open Wetlab can be found here. If you are looking for participatory workshops, keep an eye out for our Do-It-Together Bio series.

Also, it is recommended to take part in one of the monthly  "Safety & Introduction Course" prior to joining an open evening.

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  • Lucas E.

    this might interest you:

    We are looking for an intern to be hosted in Cairo, Egypt for 4 months that can integrate art with environmental concerns.
    contact: [masked]

    icecairo, green tech innovation hub, would like to invite an intern in collaboration with our partners Townhouse Gallery. Townhouse mainly focuses on design and art related subjects and would like to team up with icecairo.

    Together, we would like to offer an intern a fully paid (including accommodation) internship for 4 months in Cairo.

    The project could be around recycling, sustainability, or have a focus on environmental benefit or awareness. Conditions:
    1. Dutch nationality
    2. Willing to stay in Cairo 4 months
    3. Innovative, collaborative, open to deal with and respect different cultures

    Complete access to our downtown hub:
    1. Co-working with access to wifi and iMacs
    2. Free access to our Fab Lab
    3. Fully paid accomodation & travel fees

    August 4

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