Welcome to the Hackuarium community's wiki.
As you might notice quickly, it is a work-in-progress. This page was launched during our 1st Ever Hackuarium Wiki Sprint that took place on 7 December 2014.
What is DIY Bio?
DIY biology (Do-It-Yourself biology) is a movement that wants to free the practice of biological research and innovation from the institutional and industrial laboratories. Pursued both by amateur and professional biologists, DIY biology is developing low-cost and low-tech solutions to problems identified by the community.
The movement is characterised by an extremely diverse set of practices and participants. Some call themselves 'biohackers', in reference to the hacker culture.
The Community at Large
- Every Wednesday, 19H00 #OpenHackuarium
- 2014.12.07, 14H00-21H00 1st Ever Hackuarium Wiki Sprint
- 2014.11.27, 18H15-20H00 Roundtable at EPFL organised by BNSL
- 2014.11.05, 18H00-20H00 NexTrends Bioart conference at UniverCité
- 2014.10.09, 19H00-21H00 Presentation by French artist Lia Giraud
- 2014.09.25-27 Design Days 2014
- 2014.06.06 Water Hackathon organised by Hackteria]
Here, you will find the projects going on in the Hackuarium.
- Reception d'images satellites
- Mycelium Structures
- Live Type
- LivingLab Design
- Quantitative Anthropology
- Impression 3D
- Projects:Dépollution des stands de tirs Suisses
- Projet Yann H
Here, you will find our tried and true working protocols, as well as how to edit the wiki, etc.
We welcome your contributions!
Renens is a hopping hub - and our members reflect the diversity that is in and around Lausanne/Renens.
Check us out, and find out what makes Hackuarium a good mix.
Hackuarium operates on a membership basis at this current time.
- @univercité by Republic of Innovation
Hackuarium is situated in the IRL building in Renens. We have documented our working environment as it has evolved.
We have a BIOLAB, a DIRTYLAB, and co-working space.
Do you want to contribute to making Hackuarium a diverse and lively community? Check out our wanted lists: