Science is all around us. Many find a love for it at an early age, but few continue to learn after leaving educational institutions. For those who continue to seek to know, there is DIYbio. DIYbio is is a community in which burgeoning biological engineers can come together to learn and share ideas, bringing back that enthusiasm for science we experienced as kids. DIYbio promotes the responsible and safe practice of scientific techniques. We meet in the Vancouver area to discuss topics such as best practices, advances in related technology and market scope for new products as well as participate in workshops and projects. We are totally volunteer run so if you have a great idea for a project that you think our membership would be interested in then do contact us.
Our community lab is located at MakerLabs (http://www.makerlabs.com) in Strathcona. Come visit us during one of our Open Lab Wednesdays events. Sign up for our newsletter on our website linked below. If you would like to connect with the Directors of OSN you can use the contact form (http://www.opensciencenet.org/contact-us/) on the OSN website to email them.