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DIY MedTech HSLU Personal Intro dusjagr feb2018

Overview of dusjagr's background from nanobiotechnology to making cheese and global workshopology. The role of temporary labs for collaborative prototyping, examples from Taiwan, Indonesia and Switzerland. Hackerspaces crossing digital- and biotechnologies.

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DIY MedTech HSLU Personal Intro dusjagr feb2018

  1. 1.     DIY MedTech @ Fablab Luzern – Hackteria | dusjagr introductioon How I ended up loving the Coconut Dr. Marc R. Dusseiller aka dusjagr  www.dusseiller.ch/labs HSLU, Luzern – Feb 2018
  2. 2.     What has this to do with Coconuts?
  3. 3.     DIY Biology | Generic Laboratory Infrastructure * Website * Knowledge Sharing * Instructions * Workshopology * Citizen Science * DIY Lab Instruments * Open Source Hardware * Global network Artists, Designers, Hackers, Researchers, Makers, Teachers, Geeks and YOU Radical Transdisciplinarity
  4. 4.    
  5. 5.     First Transdisciplinary Experiences  bridging Material Science and Biology
  6. 6.     The NanoBioInterface Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology, ETHZ Marcus Textor, Janos Vörös, Viola Vogel, Nic Spencer
  7. 7.    
  8. 8.     The NanoBioInterface Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology, ETHZ Janos Vörös, Marcus Textor, Viola Vogel, Nic Spencer
  9. 9.     Design of Cellular Patterns 2D HeLa Cells on patterned substrate, 20 hours timelapse Alexa Kiss, Gabor Csucs, ETHZ
  10. 10.     This is what I got a PhD for? Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology, ETHZ Janos Vörös, Marcus Textor, Viola Vogel, Nic Spencer
  11. 11.     SymbioticA is an artistic laboratory dedicated to the research, learning, critique and  hands­on engagement with the life sciences. Victim less leather ­ 2004
  12. 12.     University of Maastrich, 2 years at cost the of $325,000 A Lab­Grown Burger ­ 2013
  13. 13.     How I ended up making Cheese...
  14. 14.     Hackerspaces crossing  Digital­ and Biotechnology
  15. 15.     Hackerspaces / Makerspaces
  16. 16.     DIY / DIWO Why Making is not Hacking
  17. 17.     Hackerspaces – A Swiss Version?
  18. 18.     Workshops for Artists, Kids and Geeks
  19. 19.     SGMK since 2006
  20. 20.     MechArtLab, SGMK, Zürich, 2009 ­ DIY electronics Synthesizers Etching PCB Microcontrollers Workshops OpenLab
  21. 21.     Technology outreach for Children
  22. 22.    
  23. 23.     $ 10 Years SGMK ­ 2016  Festival of Mechatronic Arts
  24. 24.    
  25. 25.     playaround | 2008 ­ 2012
  26. 26.    
  27. 27.    
  28. 28.    
  29. 29.     What kinda strange fruit is this?
  30. 30.     How IHow I StoppedStopped Started to WorryStarted to Worry
  31. 31.     Let‘s watch some moviesLet‘s watch some movies
  32. 32.     iArmiArm
  33. 33.    
  34. 34.     The „Iron Man“ from BaliThe „Iron Man“ from Bali
  35. 35.     LabCourses for MedTech Students
  36. 36.     wetPONG – HomeMade Microfluidics
  37. 37.    
  38. 38.     DIYbio – global maillist
  39. 39.     Other labs... DIY bio general – 2009
  40. 40.     Other labs... BioCurious, Bay Area – 2012
  41. 41.     But what is Biohacking?But what is Biohacking?(It‘s about Life!!!)(It‘s about Life!!!) Also called:Also called: DIY (Do It Yourself) BiologyDIY (Do It Yourself) Biology Community Driven BiologyCommunity Driven Biology (Grinders / Self-Improvement)(Grinders / Self-Improvement) Topics:Topics: Playful Genetic Engineering / SynBioPlayful Genetic Engineering / SynBio Homebrew DNA testing/sensingHomebrew DNA testing/sensing Environmental monitoring / Citizen ScienceEnvironmental monitoring / Citizen Science Body Hacking / Self-diagnosticsBody Hacking / Self-diagnostics Building your own laboratoryBuilding your own laboratory Interdisciplinary approaches with Art&DesignInterdisciplinary approaches with Art&Design Science for the People:Science for the People: Democratization of tools and knowledgeDemocratization of tools and knowledge
  42. 42.     DIY Biology Generic Laboratory Infrastructure Global Network Radical Transdisciplinarity
  43. 43.     Background: Interactivos?'09
  44. 44.     Interactivos?'09 ­> Deep Data Andy Gracie, Deep Data – 2009 ­ ongoing a project arc exploring microorganisms and deep space
  45. 45.     Bioelectronix – Silicone Habitats PDMS silicone to embed electronics and waterbased life
  46. 46.     Tardigrades !!! Hackteria | Open Source Biological Art – 2009 ­ ongoing Many...
  47. 47.     Deep Data ­> Drosophila Titanicus Andy Gracie, Drosophila Titanicus – 2011 ­ ongoing a project arc exploring space exploration and astrobiology
  48. 48.     DIY microscopy Repositioning of the lens turns a  cheap webcam into a microscope
  49. 49.     DIY microscopy Build a stable stage for fine focusing, example from ArtSci BLR
  50. 50.     Kit or no Kit? Workshopology!
  51. 51.     Opening the Black Box study it, learn, reflect ­ Hack it! Thinking outside of the Box First you got to study what's in the Box
  52. 52.     ArtScience Bangalore | IGEM IGEM 2009 // 2010 // 2011 // Biomod 2011 Yashas Shetty (IN), Mukund Thatai (IN) and Srishi Students
  53. 53. (Art)ScienceBLR ­ IGEM 2010
  54. 54.     Synthetic Biology & IGEM IGEM since 2005 | E.chromi: https://vimeo.com/19759432 Global competition, meanwhile more and more designers & artists
  55. 55.     Jugaad
  56. 56.     Hurray to the Amateurs...
  57. 57.     Life Sciences / Wetware Biology, Medicine Pharmaceutics, Food & Agriculture 
  58. 58.     DIY Biology | Generic Laboratory Infrastructure * Website * Knowledge Sharing * Instructions * Workshopology * Citizen Science * DIY Lab Instruments * Open Source Hardware * Global network Artists, Designers, Hackers, Researchers, Makers, Teachers, Geeks and YOU Radical Transdisciplinarity
  59. 59.     Hackteria Workshops GlobalHackteria Workshops Global
  60. 60.     Formerly known as LA BioHackersFormerly known as LA BioHackers
  61. 61.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  62. 62.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  63. 63.    Version 1 – looks cool, but not so functional. Version 2 with cream blower works fine. Rüdiger Trojok, Freiburg/Copenhagen/Berlin WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  64. 64.    Biohacking and Synthetic Biology at the German Bundestag, Sep 2016 Rüdiger Trojok, Berlin WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  65. 65.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  66. 66.     It's glowing! It must be some product of an evil mad scientist! BioCurious and others | ETC group WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  67. 67.     It's glowing! It must be some product of an evil mad scientist! Eduardo Kac – GFP bunny (Alba), 2000 WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  68. 68.     http://hackteria.org/wiki/Explorations_in_BioLuminescence Phospho­Fluoro­Bio­Chemo whaddalescence?
  69. 69.     BioLuminescence Hacks It's glowing! It must be some product of … maybe we can just buy in the super market Brian Degger, Tuuli Utrainen, Asa Calow, Urs Gaudenz
  70. 70.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  71. 71.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  72. 72.     PechBlenda Lab for Elektro­Chemical­Biological Experimentation Klau Kinky, Paula Pin and Friends ­ PechBlenda WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  73. 73.    GynePUNK ­ Pechblenda / AnarchaGland, 2015 WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  74. 74.     DIY tissue engineering – UR Institute, Zagreb Gjino Sutic and the Radiona Team WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  75. 75.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS La Paillasse | Open Space for Biology and Biotechnologies
  76. 76.     WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERSWE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BIOHACKERS
  77. 77.     How I ended up stuffing Rats in HEL
  78. 78.     Lab Hacking, Berlin, 2009 Exploring DIY microscopes, tardigrades and sound experimentations dusjagr, Urs Gaudenz, Kaspar König, (Scott Beibin) et al
  79. 79.     House of Natural Fiber – Yogyakarta
  80. 80.     Haemocytometer – PS3 Eye Hacks Collaboration with House of Natural Fiber and UGM, Yogyakarta
  81. 81. 81 DIY Fermentation – Wine Making Collaboration with House of Natural Fiber, lifepatch.org and UGM,  Yogyakarta Winner of Transmediale Award 2011, IB:SC
  82. 82.     Jugaad PCR Thermocycler Cheap PCR thermocycler from hacked hairdryer // in progress... Bengt Sjolen (SE), Mac Cowell (US), Sachiko Hirosue (JP/CH)
  83. 83.     DIY implants? Tooth hacking? Claude Treptow, poolloop Festival 2011, Zurich
  84. 84.     DIY Gel Electrophoresis Box Separation of DNA fragments in electric field by size/charge, or food coloring :­) dusjagr
  85. 85.     Mobile Labs ­ Hacking Angkringan  MobileKitchenLab Workshop // MicroCells#02, Yogyakarta Marc Dusseiller (CH), Denisa Kera (CZ/SG), HONF team (ID)
  86. 86.     DIY Laboratory Infrastructure Open Source Hardware for Citizen Science Urs Gaudenz – GaudiLabs 2015
  87. 87.     Appropedia – Open Source Lab
  88. 88.     Field Trips Cave Safari ­ Jama Mačkovica
  89. 89.     Lifepatch.org – Yogyakarta
  90. 90.     Incubator – Egg Breeding
  91. 91.     HackteriaLab 2014 ­ Yogyakarta HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 2014 Lifepatch, Hackteria and friends
  92. 92.     HackteriaLab 2014 ­ Yogyakarta HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 2014 Lifepatch, Hackteria and friends
  93. 93.     HackteriaLab 2014 ­ Yogyakarta HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 2014 Lifepatch, Hackteria and friends
  94. 94.     HackteriaLab 2014 ­ Yogyakarta HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 2014 Lifepatch, Hackteria and friends
  95. 95.    
  96. 96.     Center forCenter for AlternativeAlternative CoconutCoconut ResearchResearch

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