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== The community ==
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The [http://bio.tmplab.org/ BioHacklab] at '''/tmp/lab''' is a local group of passionate people about '''biology''', each with his or her own area of expertise, interest and dedication. Some are from the computer side (read geeks), some others are PhDs, researcher, professionals and students from the biology side, all of them want to see new things and interesting projects in the biology domain.
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'''The BioHacklab is a research lab from the civil society''' with collaboration with private, research and academic sector.
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==Event==
 
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*'''July 27th 2010''', First meeting : keynote and project discovery
 
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== Our goals ==
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We are aiming to a very open, diverse and possibly opposed approaches to biology. We are open to '''new projects from non-members''' and encourage anyone to come meet us at our weekly meetings, '''regardless of your knowledge or age'''; only passion and interest matter.
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Our goal is to '''federate a community''' of Biohackers, in order to make biology easy and accessible for all. To do so, we are working on:
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* '''making biology and biohacking more visible to the public''', by making presentations and pedagogic actions. We are also working, with other, on different issues in order to make Biohacking a '''renowned discipline''' (safety, environmental, ethical and legal issues);
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* '''developping and distributing the tools''' needed to perform biological studies and experiments. By this way we are also '''contributing to the internationnal biohacker community''' by releasing our tools in an '''open source''' format;
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* '''managing an open-access laboratory''', where biological projects can be hosted.
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==Past Event==
 
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==Upcoming Workshop==
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== When and Where ==
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The members of the BioHacklab meet "physically" '''every tuesday''' at [http://bio.tmplab.org/contact/ /tmp/lab] in Vitry Sur Seine, 94400, France. But we are also working together everyday with collaborative tools.
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==Wanted Workshop==
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==Past Workshop==
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==Lessons==
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*[http://www.lsdlive.org/biology/biohack_101.pdf BIOHACK_101]
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*[http://www.lsdlive.org/biology/biohack_102.pdf BIOHACK_102]
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==Links==
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*http://www.tmplab.org
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*http://www.diybio.org
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The community

The BioHacklab at /tmp/lab is a local group of passionate people about biology, each with his or her own area of expertise, interest and dedication. Some are from the computer side (read geeks), some others are PhDs, researcher, professionals and students from the biology side, all of them want to see new things and interesting projects in the biology domain.
The BioHacklab is a research lab from the civil society with collaboration with private, research and academic sector.


Our goals

We are aiming to a very open, diverse and possibly opposed approaches to biology. We are open to new projects from non-members and encourage anyone to come meet us at our weekly meetings, regardless of your knowledge or age; only passion and interest matter.
Our goal is to federate a community of Biohackers, in order to make biology easy and accessible for all. To do so, we are working on:

  • making biology and biohacking more visible to the public, by making presentations and pedagogic actions. We are also working, with other, on different issues in order to make Biohacking a renowned discipline (safety, environmental, ethical and legal issues);
  • developping and distributing the tools needed to perform biological studies and experiments. By this way we are also contributing to the internationnal biohacker community by releasing our tools in an open source format;
  • managing an open-access laboratory, where biological projects can be hosted.


When and Where

The members of the BioHacklab meet "physically" every tuesday at /tmp/lab in Vitry Sur Seine, 94400, France. But we are also working together everyday with collaborative tools.

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