Together with Juanma Garcia (Institut Pierre Gilles de Gennes) and Ryan Fobel (Sci-Bots) we organized a one week Co-lab for microfluidics in Paris (July 2017). Latest development on digital microfluidic devices were presented in the AIC/CRI Masterclass and in a Demo-Session at Espace Pierre-Gilles de Gennes. In a open week-end session at CRI maker and bio labs (Faculté de Médecine Paris Descarts) we experimented with new ideas on microfluidics that we later presented on a big poster at FLOW17 (Conference on Fundamentals and Applications of Micro- and Nanofluidics).
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Building OpenPCR thermocyclers in a workshop and testing them by running a polymerase chain reaction. Two workshops, in Biotehna, Slovenia and GaudiLabs Lucern brought together artists, engineers and biologists to do some hands on work. We got some great results and plenty of ideas on how to use our new devices.
During a one week public lab session we explore different forms of glow in the dark and the natural appearance of bioluminescence. The collaboration was initiated by the artist duo Heidy Baggenstos und Andreas Rudolf together with hackteria.org. GaudiLabs was mentioned in this context in an article in Neue Zürcher Zeitung and focused mainly on the research of gimmickry around the topic of luminescence sometimes used in bioart projects.
Field Trip to Maribor and Vitanje,