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North american innovation centers and community biolabs

Tour of (bio)hackerspaces and innovation centers by Aurélien Dailly and Quitterie Largeteau
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Transcript of North american innovation centers and community biolabs

VANCOUVER - VICTORIA

LOS ANGELES - SAN DIEGO
TORONTO - MONTREAL
Houston - Austin - SXSW
BOSTON
MIT Media Lab
Bosslab
Artisan’s asylum
Gingko Biowork
iGEM
Bits – Biology conf
GETLab/ conf
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
Brightwork CoResearch HOUSTON
TX/RX Labs HOUSTON
ATX hackerspace

SXSW

Pumping station one
Milwaukee makerspace
Bucketworks
I3 detroit



Biotech&beyond
MakerCity LA
Crash space
Think tank

CHICAGO - MILWAUKEE - DETROIT
Hacklab Toronto
Synbiota Montreal
Bricobio/Sensorica



NYC
Genspace
NYC Resistor
BUGSS


Noisebridge
Sudoroom
BioCurious
Counter Culture Labs
Berkeley Biolabs
Langton lab
Fort awesome
Tech Shop
Mothership hackerMoms

BIL&TED Conf
Decentral Community
MakerMobile
VHS hackerspace
Victoria Makerspace



North american innovation centers
and community biolabs

Ethical issues - DiyBio - Amateur Science
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