BioCoder: Making biotech actually garage-ready #biotech
An interesting article about the movement towards making biotech possible in your basement, and access to reagents in particular: Open Source Biotech Consumables.
Lots of things I hadn't heard about - OpenPCR, ... I wonder when I can sequence parts of my own genome in my kitchen. Now that would be interesting.
"Open source plasmids" has a nice ring to it!
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