Une rencontre pour le matériel scientifique open source. « Malgré les progrès technologiques, de nombreuses innovations scientifiques ne se concrétisent pas faute de matériel abordable et personnalisable, explique François Grey, professeur à l’Université de Genève et coordinateur de Citizen Cyberlab, un partenariat entre le CERN, l’Institut des Nations Unies pour la formation et la recherche (UNITAR), et l’Université de Genève – qui a co-organisé l’atelier GOSH!
2016. « Cette pénurie de matériel scientifique accessible est particulièrement gênante pour les groupes scientifiques d’initiative citoyenne ou les organisations humanitaires qui ne disposent pas des mêmes moyens qu’un institut correctement financé. » Accéder librement au matériel scientifique permettrait en effet de limiter les coûts liés à l’instrumentation et d’élargir le cercle des utilisateurs, tout en facilitant la réutilisation et l'adaptabilité. Plus précisément, la réunion GOSH! Le deuxième but de GOSH! Category:Open source scientific hardware. Mini-spectrometer 3D printable model. The miniaturized spectrometer is composed of 4 fundamental pieces, and a clip to attach it to the smartphone.
It is recommended to print the spectrometer in black color, to avoid light to penetrate. The components of the mini-spectrometer to be printed in 3D are: Base (download the STL file upb_base_01_2017.stl)Slider (download the STL file upb_slider_01_2017.stl)Cap (download the STL file upb_cap_01_2017.stl)Tube (download the STL file upb_tube_01_2017.stl) Base. Australian scientists use soybean oil to create graphene. Image copyright CSIRO Australian scientists have turned ordinary cooking oil into graphene, in a discovery they say lowers its cost to produce.
Graphene, a strong carbon material, is just one atom wide and conducts electricity better than copper. It was discovered at the University of Manchester in 2004, winning its inventors a Nobel Prize in 2010. Now researchers say they can make graphene with soybean oil, potentially making it more commercially viable. Michigan Technological University - Academia.edu. The rise of collaborative consumption, peer-to-peer systems, and not-for-profit social enterprise heralds the emergence of a new era of human collectivity.
Increasingly, this consolidation stems from an understanding ... more abstractThe rise of collaborative consumption, peer-to-peer systems, and not-for-profit social enterprise heralds the emergence of a new era of human collectivity. Increasingly, this consolidation stems from an understanding that big-banner issues—such as climate change—are not the root causes of our present global predicament. There is a growing and collective view that issues such as this are actually symptoms of a much more vicious, seemingly insurmountable condition: our addiction to economic, consumption, and population growth in a world of finite resources. Explicit cookie consent. TAKE a cardboard disc and punch two holes in it, close to, and on either side of, its centre.
Thread a piece of string through each hole. Now, pull on each end of the strings and the disc will spin frenetically—first in one direction as the strings wind around each other, and then in the other, as they unwind. Versions of this simple children’s whirligig have been found in archaeological digs on sites across the world, from the Indus Valley to the Americas, with the oldest examples dating back to 3,300BC. Now Manu Prakash and his colleagues at Stanford University have, with a few nifty modifications, turned the toy into a cheap, lightweight medical centrifuge. They report their work this week in Nature Biomedical Engineering. Gmail - Free Storage and Email from Google. LaserOscope II. Follow me on Twitter: @SteveSchuler20 and right here on Hackaday: KRA5H My original LaserOscope was featured on Hackaday.
Ethan Zonca, author of the article wrote the following about my LaserOscope: "If you’ve ever used an old-school analog oscilloscope (an experience everyone should have!) You probably noticed that the trace is simply drawn by a beam that scans across the CRT at a constant rate, creating a straight line when there’s no signal. The input signal simply affects the y-component of the beam, deflecting it into the shape of your waveform. CD/DVD based immunoassay - Wikipedia. Illustration of the basic componenets of a CD/DVD based immunoassay, which includes the disk (grey), a probe (green), gold nanoparticle (red), analyte (yellow), and silver particle (blue) A compact disk/digital versatile disk (CD/DVD) based immunoassay is a biochemical analytical test which determines the concentration of a compound by performing the test on a standard CD/DVD surface.
Samples are bound to the surface of the CD or DVD in a microarray format, and an antibody binds to the compound of interest. The CD/DVD based assays are read using standard CD/DVD readers. The technique using CDs/DVDs is cheaper than many comparable techniques. Principle CDs and DVDs have a polycarbonate surface and metal reflective layer which allow for storage and retrieval of information. Applications The technique has a wide range of applications. The SkyLight - design for global health & science education by Tess & Andy. Kickstarter Collections Projects We Love Saved.
BIOMIMÉTISME & FRUGALITÉ. Free and Open Source Automated 3-D Microscope. #recyclage - optical tweezer. A one-piece 3D printed flexure translation stage for open-source microscopy. ISSN: 0034-6748, Online ISSN: 1089-7623DOI: 87, Issue 2© 2016 Author(s).
James P. Sharkey1; Darryl C. W. Foo1; Alexandre Kabla2; Jeremy J. Baumberg1a); Richard W. Open source hardware has the potential to revolutionise the way we build scientific instruments; with the advent of readily available 3D printers, mechanical designs can now be shared, improved, and replicated faster and more easily than ever before.
#LOWCOST - #RECYCLE - ARTICLE - spectromètre visible à bas coût. PLOS Biology: Open Labware: 3-D Printing Your Own Lab Equipment. Abstract The introduction of affordable, consumer-oriented 3-D printers is a milestone in the current “maker movement,” which has been heralded as the next industrial revolution.
Combined with free and open sharing of detailed design blueprints and accessible development tools, rapid prototypes of complex products can now be assembled in one’s own garage—a game-changer reminiscent of the early days of personal computing. At the same time, 3-D printing has also allowed the scientific and engineering community to build the “little things” that help a lab get up and running much faster and easier than ever before. Foldscope Instruments. An Affordable Open-Source Turbidimeter. 1 Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St, Ames 313, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA 2 Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University, 108 Upson Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA 3 School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, 220 Hollister Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
Received: 22 February 2014 / Revised: 4 April 2014 / Accepted: 8 April 2014 / Published: 22 April 2014 Turbidity is an internationally recognized criterion for assessing drinking water quality, because the colloidal particles in turbid water may harbor pathogens, chemically reduce oxidizing disinfectants, and hinder attempts to disinfect water with ultraviolet radiation. #OPENSOURCE - #LOWCOST - Open-Source Photometric System for Enzymatic Nitrate Quantification. Pearce Publications By Topic: Energy Conservation • Energy Policy • Industrial Symbiosis • Life Cycle Analysis • Materials Science • Open Source • Photovoltaic Systems • Solar Cells • Sustainable Development • Sustainability Education Source Wittbrodt BT, Squires DA, Walbeck J, Campbell E, Campbell WH, Pearce JM. (2015) Open-Source Photometric System for Enzymatic Nitrate Quantification.
PLoS ONE 10(8): e0134989. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134989 open access Abstract Nitrate, the most oxidized form of nitrogen, is regulated to protect people and animals from harmful levels as there is a large over abundance due to anthropogenic factors. Enzymes and Photometers Poster at Pittcon 2016 W.H. NECi Superior Enzymes develops wet chemistry methods that replace metals and other chemicals with recombinant protein reagents. +Pending Methods. #LOWCOST - #I3D - RASPBERRYPI - ramanPi - Raman Spectrometer. Welcome to the hackaday.io project page for the ramanPi! The ramanPi is a raman spectrometer that I decided to build back in April of 2014 because I needed one for another project and could not afford the tens of thousands of dollars a commercial product costs...and there are no DIY or open source systems in existence until now.
I knew nothing about spectroscopy, let alone raman spectroscopy back then and everything here documents my learning process towards my goal.....A fully functional, and fairly high resolution raman spectrometer. When I started this project, I had wildly different ideas about how I was going to achieve my goal. The project logs begin very early in my design process and document how I changed my approach and what led to the form it is taking now.
In the process of designing this system, and participating in TheHackadayPrize, I have learned a great deal.. #LOWCOST - #LED - A Simple, Low-Cost Double Beam Spectrophotometer for Colorimetric Detection of Nitrite in Seawater. 5–30 , but higher deviations elsewhere. At high concen- trations, deviations are primarily caused by the. Lab-on-CD microfluidic platform for rapid separation and mixing of plasma from whole blood. #OPENSOURCE - #I3D - Quartz Crystal Microbalance: the first scientific QCM entirely Open Source. #I3D - #OPENSOURCE - A one-piece 3D printed flexure translation stage for open-source microscopy. #OPENSOURCE - #LOWCOST - appropedia - Open source centrifuges. Open source scientific hardware is open source hardware used by scientists to do research or for education. This gallery and associated sub-pages are an extension of the book the Open Source Lab, which is about how to make scientific equipment following open source principles.
Click on the hyperlinks under the images to go to pages with hundreds of examples. #LOWCOST - #INNOVATION @ESPCI Paris : Un Prix pour Imad Lekouch. #I3D - #LOWCOST - Biropette: customisable, high precision pipette. TReND IN AFRICA. Accurate to a few microliters, approx. linear regulator customisable range and accuracy - use the customizer! Optional tip removal button ("Expunger") no supports, designed for stability & fast printing. Open neuroscience. Article - Maker Movement Turns Scientists into Tinkerers. To do science, scientists need money—and usually a lot of it because specialized equipment and tools don’t come cheap.
That means researchers often have to spend a significant amount of time pursuing funds from government agencies and private entities. But the era of open-source software and cheap hardware, including 3-D printers, is making it easier for them to quickly test innovative ideas and make their own research tools.
#Hackers - Article - Why Neuroscience Needs Hackers. #LOWCOST - #i3D - Flypi - cheap microscope/experimental setup. Scientists need to have the proper tools to perform experiments and test their ideas. These tools are expensive, because they normally use cutting edge technology and are produced in "small" quantities by only a handful of companies. This ends up restricting who and where research is being done, which aggravates the situation in a lot of places where simple research could bring a lot of improvement to society.
Gathering for Open Science Hardware. Bento Lab - experience genetics anywhere. $10 Smartphone to digital microscope conversion! Optical Microscope Projects. Advanced Microscope Projects. Murgen: open source ultrasound imaging. This project, Murgen, has a specific target of providing a technological kit to allow scientists, academics, hackers, makers or OSHW fans to hack their way to ultrasound imaging - below 500$ - at home, with no specific equipment required. Today, we have achieved the electronic design of the kit and are having it made by a PCB assembly, we have physically tested it with our in house transducer and we're getting images! To learn more, you can surf here, but you can also explore the internet and : Disclaimer: though an engineer, this project is the first of its sort, I never did something related.
Bear with us, and the discovery process – but I'm happy to learn on the way =) Public Lab: Infragram. Public Lab: Video Spectrometer Construction. This page documents the construction of the video spectrometer, which is no longer actively supported. ImageJ. Empowering Community Health Workers with Inkjet-printed Diagnostic Test Strips. 214 Allison Ranslow et al. / Procedia Engineering 107 ( 2015 ) 205 – 214 References  World Health Organization. Global Health Observatory Data Repository. [Internet]. 2011 [cited 2013 Sep 7].
Lynch open source syringe pump modifications. Low-Cost High-Performance MRI : Scientific Reports. Echoscope de l'association echOpen - #LOWCOST #OPENSOURCE. Ophthalmoscope & Otoscope. Cancer : un diagnostic en 3D grâce au smartphone - 14 avril 2015. #SMARTPHONE - #DIAGNOSTIC - A smartphone dongle for diagnosis of infectious diseases at the point of care. GynePunk, les sorcières cyborg de la gynécologie DiY.
Safecast. Mapping atmospheric aerosols with a citizen science network of smartphone spectropolarimeters - Snik - 2014 - Geophysical Research Letters. Public Lab: a DIY environmental science community. EPIDEMIUM - Challenge4Cancer. #LOWCOST (drone vs satelites) Des drones pour la recherche météorologique - Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques.
#i3D - Article - 3-D–Printed Flowers Lure Invasive Bugs.