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 …

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 …

OpenWorm

Travis Jacobs, a collaborator at the openWorm project was kind enough to provide us with a description of this very interesting project! Be sure to check it out here.

Open prosthesis and robotics

New prosthetics and robotics section in openeuroscience! Check it out here. If you know of any other projects not listed here, let us know!

December updates

Some new projects ranging from molecular biology to distributed computation IPipete: if you are tired of pipetting samples in the wrong wells and can’t afford a pipetting computer, this project …

Even more projects

Some new projects that range from centrifuge to fMRI analysis software Centrifuges: DremelFuge gogoFuge Open source syringe pump Motorised microscope stage Fiji – microscopy software Nipy – collection of neuroimaging …

3D printers!

3D printers are already starting to revolutionize the way manufacturing is made. It seems natural that they made their way into the laboratory environment. Check more about it on our …