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Call for discussion about best practices in open microscopy
- Stefano Coppola, Andrew G York, Ricardo Henriques have called for a badly needed discussion about best practices in Open Microscopy Data https://zenodo.org/record/3855608
- FishCam: A low-cost open source autonomous camera for aquatic research
- Low-Cost and Precise Inline Pressure Sensor Housing and DAQ for Use in Laboratory Experiments
- Low-Cost Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles from Reused Traditional Gold Leaf
- Improved library preparation method for cost-effective and high-throughput next-generation sequencing
- Low cost sensitive transrectal photoacoustic probe with single-fiber bright-field illumination for in vivo canine prostate imaging and real-time biopsy needle guidance
- Craniobot Update: Assembly and operation of an open-source, computer numerical controlled (CNC) robot for performing cranial microsurgical procedures
- Development of a Low-cost Ultrasonic Sensor for Groundwater Monitoring in Coastal Environments
- Low-cost 3D scanning systems for cultural heritage documentation
- Hackaday shows a fun 3D-printable toy to show kids one method by which exoplanets are discovered.
- You can now buy a Craniobot, a project we covered in March, directly from Labmaker.
- Check out Rice University’s emergency ventilator plans: