Updates in the DIY open-source world of science from the past week! Sign up for our newsletter here.
- A cost-efficient approach for simultaneous scanning electrochemical microscopy and scanning ion conductance microscopy
- Design of a Low Cost Control System for an Astronomical Observatory
- Low cost and open source software-based CNC router for machining contours
- Development and Validation of a Low-cost Polymer Selective Laser Sintering Machine
- MagnetoShield: Prototype of a Low-Cost MagneticLevitation Device for Control Education
- Design and performance of a low-cost, automated, large-scale photobioreactor for microalgae production
- 3D Pen: A low-cost and portable tool for manufacture of 3D-printed sensors
- Super-resolution localization microscopy: Toward high throughput, high quality, and low cost
- Conversion of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Mask to Open Source Powered Air-Purifying Particulate Respirator for Fire Fighter COVID-19 Response
- Open Phytotron: A New IoT Device for HomeGardening
- An open-source experimental framework for automation of cell biology experiments
- Handyfuge-LAMP: low-cost and electricity-free centrifugation for isothermal SARS-CoV-2 detection in saliva.
- Physics Today is hiring a Books and Media editor
- The Miniscope V4 is now available for ordering from the Open Ephys Production Site, with warranty & support!
- 3D Print a Motorized Pan and Tilt Mount for a Camera with this project on GitHub.
- PipetteJockey writes about sending plasmids in plastic bags instead of on filter paper. A faster, scalable method with less change of cross contamination.
- A simple series of images shows how to use an electric toothbrush as a homogenizer.
- Jim Haseloff continues to update his work on designs and testing for ultra low-cost thermal microreactors based on fan-forced convection of heated air.