Sharing reagents! The Reagent project

The Reagent Project aims to upcycle reagents that are wasting away in lab fridges around the world. The idea is that researchers share their unused/ no longer necessary reagents with …

Companies selling open source hardware/software

Two companies have incorporated the open source philosophy into their business models and are now providing products for neuroscience released under know open source licenses: Sanworks: After the success and …

Flypi -100$ microscope/behavioural setup!

We’ve been working in collaboration with the folks of TrendinAfrica (trendinafrica.org) to develop a cheap, yet reliable, open source microscopy system to be used by scientists and DIY biologists. It …

Center for Reproducible Neuroscience

The Center for reproducible Neuroscience was founded in 2015 with the aim of helping researchers make their science stand the test of time, by making it more open and reproducible …

OpenQCM

Happy new year everyone! just a small note for you to check out the OpenQCM project, a complete open source, arduino run, microbalance!  

Tensor Flow, OME, e-health, Bitalino

Some updates to the website! Google has created an open source tool box, called Tensor Flow containing their deep learning algorithms     OME is a project concerned with the …

BMP biosignal

BPM biosignal is an independent project aiming at teaching how to build amplifiers dedicated to biological signals and how to interpret the signals coming from amplifiers, so that people are …

LED Panels

The projects in our new section describe how to build LED Panels for visual stimulation. These panels have a higher refresh rate and are much more portable than computer monitors. …

After a little spring sleep…

… We are back with 2 new sections! PCR machines that range from 5 Dollar machines to fully assembled ones for under 1000 dollars! Simulations and models, that emulate single …