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Open Science Network

from the website:

We are a community of scientists, artists, makers, engineers, writers, tinkerers, hackers, citizen scientists, and professional scientists who have banded together to create an open community lab where we can gather to share ideas, knowledge, equipment, and opinions in a friendly and collaborative atmosphere.

 

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The Citizen Science Lab

"Pittsburgh's first and only community life sciences laboratory"

 

from the website:

 

A hands-on laboratory where inquisitive minds and science-enthusiasts can explore the life sciences! The Citizen Science Lab is open to everyone—from middle and high school students, to parents and educators, to undergraduate and graduate students, to professionals and DIY scientists. We invite the citizens of Pittsburgh to observe, experiment and analyze through discovery-based learning and STEAM education.

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Biology Hacklabs

written by Megan Scudellari, March 1, 2013 on the-scientist.com

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How Libraries Are Becoming Modern Makerspaces

Written by Deborah Fallows, March 11, 2015, on theatlantic.com

 

 

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A Librarian’s Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources

Written by Ellyssa Kroski, March 12, 2013 on oedb.org

 

Guide for librarians on Makerspaces

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La Paillasse

FIY, the website is in French so if you cannot read French you'll need to translate it (Chrome offers free translation, though it's not super clean and the translation often comes out a bit awkwardly).

La Paillasse is an intersdisciplinary open laboratory network that welcomes the public to join in open scientific research through a multitude of methods, community spaces and tools.

This site

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bioCURIOUS

from the website:

BioCurious is the World’s First Hackerspace for Bio, Built in the Heart of Silicon Valley.

We are a community of scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, and amateurs who believe that innovations in biology should be accessible, affordable, and open to everyone.

Located in Sunnyvale, CA, our co-working laboratory space and shared equipment is ideal for entrepreneurs, citizen scientists, hobbyists, and students.

 

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Brightwork CoResearch

"Where design thinking meets the scientific method"

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GENSPACE

New York City's community biolab

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BUGSS

BUGSS: Baltimore Under Ground Science Space - A space for creative biology

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DIY BIO

from the website:

An Institution for the Do-It-Yourself Biologist

DIYbio.org was founded in 2008 with the mission of establishing a vibrant, productive and safe community of DIY biologists.  Central to our mission is the belief that biotechnology and greater public understanding about it has the potential to benefit everyone.

 

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Public Lab

from the website:

Public Lab is a community where you can learn how to investigate environmental concerns. Using inexpensive DIY techniques, we seek to change how people see the world in environmental, social, and political terms.

 

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DIYLab - EU

from the website:

 

DIYLab- Do It Yourself in Education: Expanding Digital Competence To Foster Student Agency And Collaborative Learning.

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MakerSpace

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Fab Labs

from the website:

 

Fab labs provide widespread access to modern means for invention. They began as an outreach project from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA), and became into a collaborative and global network. You can find more information about Fab Labs on the Fab Foundation Website. The annotated photo below illustrates the facilities of a typical Fab Lab.

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