BioBridge

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*[[BioBridge/Equipment]] - list of relevant equipment available at Noisebridge
 
*[[BioBridge/Equipment]] - list of relevant equipment available at Noisebridge
 
*[[BioBridge/Hackerspace Challenge proposal]] - self-explanatory
 
*[[BioBridge/Hackerspace Challenge proposal]] - self-explanatory
 
 
*[[BioBoard]] - project overview
 
*[[BioBoard]] - project overview
**[[BioBoard/Equipment]] - list and discussion of hard- and software we'll need for the BioBoard
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*[[BioBoard/Equipment]] - list and discussion of hard- and software we'll need for the BioBoard
**[[BioBoard/Time line]] - week-by-week break down of the project
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*[[BioBoard/Time line]] - week-by-week break down of the project
**[[BioBoard/Documentation]] - project documentation wikis (under construction!)
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*[[BioBoard/Documentation]] - project documentation wikis (under construction!)
**[[BioBoard/Archive]] - old equipment discussion and preliminary project overview
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*[[BioBoard/Archive]] - old equipment discussion and preliminary project overview

Revision as of 14:05, 3 May 2011

Welcome to BioBridge, a new initiative at Noisebridge that has formed as an offpsring of the kombucha brewing and destillation activites at Tastebridge.

The Biobridge project aims to take our efforts to the next level by taking offset in simple, practical, DIY projects such as kombucha fermentation, beer & alcohol brewing/destillation, sourdough culturing, youghurt production, algae growing, etc. Using these projects to demonstrate how scientific tools and rigour can be used not only to improve upon our culturing techniques, but also to provide valuable insight into the underlying biological processes, we want to make serious (micro)biological/biochemical science available to a wide public

We have been accepted for the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge with a project we've entitled the BioBoard. See the full proposal on the sub-page below, as well as the BioBoard pages for more info.


Sub-pages so far:

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