How do we make DIYBio sustainable?

Interesting post on funding issues for biohacking – published as part of the SpotOn conference in New York, which dealt with many DIY science topics:

Funding is a serious issue in the “garage biology,” biohacking and DIYBio communities. This is largely the result of them being made up of a small number of disparate groups or individuals. And while homebrew or second-hand lab gear can be relatively cheap, the cost of regularly used chemical reagents, such as enzymes (vital for ubiquitous processes such as PCR) is quite expensive…

Continue reading on the SpotOn NYC webpage

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