The biolab of Waag Society (the WetLab) is open for everyone interested in creating and executing awesome open source biology and technology related projects.
Examples of previous projects are:
- 3D printing with bacteria
- Colouring of textiles with pigmented bacteria
- Making sculptures using Mycelium (fungus)
- (Ongoing) development of open source lab devices (https://github.com/biohackacademy)now used in the world wide BioHack Academy (https://www.waag.org/en/news/fourth-biohack-academy-starts-january-2017)
- Using the cellulose biomaterial created by kombucha cultures as a paper or fabric
How it works
Collaborative projects are developed during 4-week cycles on Tuesday evenings.
The next cycle will start the 20th of September. Not able to make it the first evening? You are welcome to join in later.
18:00 - 19:00 Door open; bring your own dinner
19:00 - 19:15 Introduction
19:15 - 21:15 Projects and experimentation
21:15 - 21:45 Wrap up
/costs are 5.00 EUR. Drinks & snacks included.
/Are you interested, but no idea how you can contribute? Come visit, experience and enjoy!
/Uncomfortable with visiting on your own? Bring a friend!
/Please let us know you are coming by clicking on the RSVP button. If you have question you can email the wetlab
- Other events (https://waag.org/en/lab/open-wetlab) the Open Wetlab organises
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No[masked]