Open wetlab

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1 Introduction

Open wetlabs are labs where participants can do life science experiments and designs.

For example the Duch Open Wetlab sponsored by WAAG: The Open Wetlab aims to offer a platform and discuss other forms of knowledge production in addition to the scientific one. Via a hands-on approach (where the public itself enters in contact and interacts with the technology) the Wetlab wants to give a different interpretation for the debate on usefulness and desirability of Life Sciences in society.

2 Links

2.1 Labs

Some examples:

2.2 Associations and communities

  • [1], The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation is dedicated to education and competition, advancement of synthetic biology, and the development of open community and collaboration.

2.3 Tools